Dempsey Cain is an honored cop, a loving husband and father, and mentor to his handsome younger brother. Then a drug dealer's bullet paralyzes him for life and Dempsey's world is shattered. Suddenly, his wife and brother seem to care less about him than for each other, and a million-dollar insurance.
- Stars:Christopher Reeve, Joe Mantegna, Kim Cattrall, Edward Kerr, Geoffrey Rivas, Finola Hughes, William H. Macy, Ron Canada, Natalija Nogulich, Clark Gregg, Marty Levy, J.J. Johnston, Blake Foster, Frank Medrano, Joanna Miles,
- Director:Steven Schachter,
- Writer:Jerry Lazarus, William H. Macy, Steven Schachter
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Above Suspicion torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Apparently Rotten Tomatoes have their own opposite political agenda to give such a harsh criticism on this interesting and sad documentary.
(it) wrote: B- Peculiar and unsettling.
(es) wrote: A murder mystery in the vein of Clue, with the look of a 1940's melodrama. What's not to like?
(ag) wrote: Aside from one chuckle, the movie is forgettable, predictable and obviously not worth Nielsen's obvious talents.
(kr) wrote: Enjoyable and high-spirited fun. Jody Foster's Southern accent is not very good.
(kr) wrote: "Graffiti Bridge": A laughably incompetent and hopeless vanity project from Prince. The film is quite directionless, meandering around a weak "fairy tale" storyline in the hopes that the film will become charming. The writing is some of the worst. My favorite awful line being, "You know what your problem is? You've got too many problems! That's your problem!". Prince spends ninety minutes embarrassing himself on a cheap set, spouting lyrics that make "Alphabet Street" look dignified. As a piece of Prince's filmography, how does this hold up? Well, I didn't really care for "Purple Rain" as a film. Visually, it was interesting, and it had a great soundtrack. It was basically a bunch of music videos intercut with cheesy scenes of romance and Prince being a jerk. "Under the Cherry Moon" was a very misguided comedy, but had an interesting atmosphere to it that I kind of liked. This film was dead from conception and had very little to offer. Saying that I hated this film would imply that the film elicited an emotion. It didn't.
(es) wrote: With a cheery script and great animation, My Neighbor Totoro is one of those rare films that can match Disney. It made me smile throughout.
(ca) wrote: Rutger Hauer was pretty cool back in his younger days. This was a good movie about how "normal life" gets rocked by the start of WWII.
(fr) wrote: Pretty bloated at points, but beautiful to look at.
(kr) wrote: Luckily, I enjoyed the ending. This movie spends a long time tackling the process of script writing. Of course, that's the main theme of this film, a film within a film. The main characters Richard Benson (William Holden) and Gabrielle Simpson (Audrey Hepburn are also the characters in the story that they both made, fictional but relative.Ms. Simpson comes into the hotel unit of a well-known screenplay writer Richard Benson. She is his official typist. It's another typical story of boy meets girl. One is rich and well-known, one is ordinary. they share great moments, fall in love, and that's it; a romantic story. The fact that this film stars two of the most popular movie personalities of that time is a quantifiable idea. This was a big hit in the 60's. But I can see why; the film is bold in nature. It establishes some kind of watermark to its audience - that imagination is all that it takes to make a long shot to success. To find something is to invest, for a good relationship maybe, and always find time to be eager to pursue whatever the priorities are.The start of the film (or should I say the first half) is a really interesting one. The story is predictable but at least one can see its progress. The guy, Richard Benson makes his way to Ms. Simpson, for no reason at all. Of course, they are two beautiful people inside one room, how would you expect them to react? Unusually, the girl, Ms. Simpson gives in and they become lovers with a snap of fingers.This film is witty and intelligent. Honestly, to write something about writing is not an easy task. You might want to consider several factors to start with your story. One must be confident enough to expose that whatever he's doing results to the right outcome, and being not just posing and hovering around like crazy dogs. For that, I commend the story.But aside from that, I did not like the idea in general. The characters are just flirting around. Ms. Simpson has a fiance but still falls in love with another man just like that. In "Casablanca", I adore the character Ilsa Lund (Ingrid Bergman). The expression on her face reflects that she still has feelings for Rick Blaine (Humhrey Bogart), but she did not give into temptation. She left him, because she's committed. That's one way of showing your certainty in whatever decisions you have done.Richard Quine's "Paris When It Sizzles" is a fantastic watch, except that for so many reasons, I think the events are a sort of a mess.
(fr) wrote: Judy seems stressed, and the hair and costumes rarely do her any justice. Her performance still shines(most of the time) and Johnson isn't bad as her co-star. Could use a good rewrite with some fresh songs, but it's ok.
(us) wrote: This movie is simply a justification to place lots of orgies and naked girls in the movie. The movie is almost nonsensical, and doesn't end with anything of value. Just that 'what the f*' did I just watch feeling you occasionally get from those supposedly 'artsy, mystery, I don't know' movies.
(gb) wrote: Fun and heartwarming comedy is worth your while. 7.2/10