Carrie is an attractive high school history teacher who one day decides to help a troubled student, taking an special interest for him, unaware of the ruthless and perverse scheme masterminded for her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Teacher's Crime
Carrie is an attractive high school history teacher who one day decides to help a troubled student, taking an special interest for him, unaware of the ruthless and perverse scheme masterminded for her.
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Ben G (br) wrote: Steve Carell, Olivia Wilde, Steve Buscemi, and Alan Arkin do a great job of acting in this movie. The movie started off a little douchey, with Jim Carrey and Steve Carell acting like total egomaniacal idiots, but had a hilarious ending.
Amy E (ag) wrote: Can't decide if I want to see this one..
Andrew P (ag) wrote: Little Manhattan is beautifully choreographed. It wasn't your typical romantic love story, and as a person who has experienced a first love, the movie brought back all of the feelings, the highs and the lows, the whole deal. This is one I'm sure to show my kids when they come of age.
Duncan K (us) wrote: Michael Moore does well with this documentary because his natural sarcasm prevents it from being too forceful, and by leaving his unrelated political views, that he has been known to put in his films, out of this one, he is more likely to convince a much larger audience that America's health care system is flawed and should be fixed.
Russell G (it) wrote: It is not a bad sequel, but this is very familiar ground. The filmmakers went to great lengths to replicate the first movie. The only difference is that this time the setting is New York City, instead of the suburbs of Chicago. Pretty big difference, huh? The unsupervised kid in Manhattan provides some sense of an exploration adventure, but it does not do much for the overall movie. Even though it makes little sense for them to be in this, I am thankful the same robbers were back. With Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern falling for Macaulay Culkin's rudimentary traps, there is plenty of physical slapstick humor. The dynamic between the kid and the scary pigeon lady in the park is too recycled from the first movie to forgive. It is a shameless rip-off of the creepy next-door neighbor. I did enjoy watching Macaulay Culkin outsmart and slip around Rob Schneider and Tim Curry in the plaza hotel. These parts act as nice plot transitions and are the only new aspect of the sequel. Luckily, the original was so enjoyable that a second lap with just a few slight changes is agreeable.
Justin B (nl) wrote: It actually has a promising beginning in a pulpy, Showgirls sort of way but at a certain point it just starts to feel too much like a lazy comeback vehicle for Christina Aguilera's singing career.
Liam M (it) wrote: Red Dragon may be treading on old ground, plot wise, but it's a compelling pre-sequel with a strong cast. It almost goes without saying that Hopkins was fantastically chilling in his reprised role of Dr Lecter
Sharad Y (kr) wrote: Visually, at the best... Story, plain simple...