Sonia Paston accepts a huge job promotion. Accepting this promotion means she must leave her home in New York City and move to a small town near Boston. However, someone in her life is not ready to live without her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Trusted Man
Sonia Patton accepts a huge job promotion. Accepting this promotion means she must leave her home in New York City and move to a small town near Boston. However, someone in her life is not ready to live without her.
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bill s (gb) wrote: One of my least favorite Eastwood directed movie but Spacey is up to his usual high standard.
Graham C (jp) wrote: Look away from this boring sequel, the acting is extremely poor...
Corpse M (kr) wrote: actually quite a bit better than i was expecting. well produced hoiod flick "spoiler" "spoiler" id have to say though i wish there was a less honorable conclusion for that rat ass bitch.
Maurcio V (it) wrote: Apesar de algum momento mais tenso e/ou criativo, 'Grave Encounters' al (C)m de copiar a frmula utilizada (muito melhor) em outros projetos e ser cheio de dilogos cansativos, tem atuaes irregulares, furos imperdoveis no roteiro e um desfecho ridculo.
Alaine B (us) wrote: I was going to re-watch Marty, but watched this instead. What a surprise to hear Marty mentioned throughout the film. It was basically Marty, but with some humor. Definitely not the caliber of Marty. Some quirky characters and only a little "what do you want to do tonight?" Not as satisfying an ending as Marty, either. The question of why would anyone do a remake of Marty was put in this. Good question.
Mikael K (de) wrote: The title of Franois Ozon's nuanced relationship drama "5x2" refers to five episodes that make up the movie, all presenting a key moment in the romantic relationship of Marion and Gilles, a married couple, "2". The episodes are told in reverse chronological order, beginning with an immensely uncomfortable scene where the couple is divorcing, ultimately ending up in bed for an intercourse so loveless that it looks for all intents and purposes like a rape. Very similar to an episode of Ingmar Bergman's brilliant series "Skener ur ett ktenskap" from the 70s. Similarities between Bergman's masterpiece and Ozon's creation don't end there; "5x2" has just the kind of intensity, honesty and rawness combined with poignant analysis that makes "Skener" such a classic. Ozon plays homage to that predecessor repeatedly throughout "5x2".A whole universe of storytelling can be fitted within an intimate relationship, a fact which is constantly being overlooked in predigested mainstream cinema. Ozon engulfs us in the troubled entity that is Marion & Gilles, almost making us drown in its dysfunctionalities. This movie is basically an antiromance, but it's a thoughtful, wise and seemingly realistic one. It showcases the damage that results when two strong individuals reach a deep level of intimacy and their identities collide, but its as much about the characters separately as its about their union."5x2" is a film with layers and gray areas. One that resonates psychologically and exposes restrictive gender roles shamelessly. It analyzes problems with resolving sexual yearning and the longing for intimacy through a volatile institution in turmoil without offering easy answers or sermons. A human consciousness is a complex system. Trying to make two of them work together is a chaos, for better or for worse.
Charles P (nl) wrote: Perhaps the bloated running time and labored pacing are the inevitable result of making a big-budget drama. With these appealing performances and such magnificent photography, the camera can't help but linger, albeit for far too long.
Matthew R (de) wrote: definitely a better film than its predecessor but the only thing that scares me is that the post apocalyptic world is full of crazy people who are into bondage other than that the future doesn't look to bad
Bruno D (gb) wrote: Star Trek: The Motion Picture is the first Star Trek movie created after the very successful tv series that spawned one of the most enormous cult followings in film history. Unfortunately this movie isn't all that good. The movie has the intriguing characters from the series that we all know and love by now but the films plot is un interesting and boring. Theres no real villain up against our heroes its just a giant blue cloud. Also this feels like a really long episode from the tv series based on how it plays out and how simplistic the plot is. Overall its worth a watch if you've never seen it before and are trying to get into Star Trek or if you're marathoning the entire series but at the end of the day its just a really long and boring snooze fest. If you pretend its an episode of the original tv series then its a bit better 2.5/5
Tom H (mx) wrote: Pretty good flick. i laughed my ass off when the so called Norwegians opened their mouths. luckily there was english subtitles so i could understand what the hell they were saying.
Matt D (nl) wrote: And here it is: the final film from the greatest film director to have ever worked in the art form - 'Family Plot'. And while it can certainly be said that this lacks the complete package panache of the film's from his 1950s and early 60s golden age, 'Family Plot' is an immensely enjoyable film that allowed my hero to retire with pride. Thanks to a fun and quirky cast the film breezily flows through its interweaving plotline between two couples out to make a big score. The out of control car scene is a particular highlight that made me scream and gasp a little bit and I'm not ashamed to admit it.And honestly, how amazing is it that the final shot of Hitchcock's career features one of his trademark blondes looking into the camera and winking at us, the audience. Thanks for the wonderful films, Mr. Hitchcock. You gave the world a bundle of gifts that will unquestionably outlive us all.
Weul S (de) wrote: Two strangers, a middle-aged widower & a young fiance, meet in an empty apartment & start a lusty anonymous affair, which goes awry when emotions become involved.
Sean L (nl) wrote: After being framed for treason and losing his wife to an after-hours assault, a former state executioner seeks revenge as a ronin, walking the dusty trails of rural Japan with his three-year-old son in tow. The hallmarks of a generic '70s samurai/kung fu movie are all over this one, from the exploitative camerawork to the bad makeup and sprays of hyper-saturated blood, but despite the obvious tropes it delivers some deep, ruminative storytelling and efficiently lays the groundwork for the five sequels which are soon to follow. Often, we're shocked by an act that seems vile and emotionless, only for a subsequent explanation to flip the script and offer unexpected rationalization. The audience constantly sees Itt? (the protagonist) in different lights, filling the character out from all angles while the man himself (stoically played by a convincing Tomisaburo Wakayama) maintains a stiff, honorable composure. Despite the eccentricities mentioned above, I was impressed by the fight scenes, which are shockingly - yet appropriately - swift and decisive. With his blade drawn bare, Itt? doesn't fool around: he kills with immediacy and precision, though he's often fighting such steep odds that the battles aren't over too quickly. A real jewel for fans of the genre, which storms through a few clunky patches and sets itself up to soar in later installments.
Lanky Man P (br) wrote: Cheesiest of the cheesy. Some of the worst acting I've encountered. The story didn't have enough structure.
Sebastian A (es) wrote: I don't know whats wrong with reviewers here. The movie is great, real, touching. Reminds me of Linklater. Recommend!
Emod L (kr) wrote: B+Return of the Jedi more than makes up for its tonal and structural inconsistency with eye-popping visual effects, exotic locations, striking symbolism, and memorable characters.
Athmika T (ru) wrote: A rather disturbing movie.