A family visits an idyllic five-star resort in the Mayan Riviera in order to spend some quality time together for the first time in many years. A series of events will affect each member of the family that will change them forever. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A family visits an idyllic five-star resort in the Mayan Riviera in order to spend some quality time together for the first time in many years. A series of events will affect each member of the family that will change them forever.
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Anne H (de) wrote: A masterful performance by Guy Pearce. Pattinson good also. Transfixing drama.
Cameron The A (ru) wrote: Favorite movie when I was little
Heather M (nl) wrote: Making a sequel 27 years later is a risky move. It could have had a more believable plot, but all in all this wasn't too bad.
Jason D (ru) wrote: i almost stopped after ten minutes and was prepared to give it a bad rating, but i'm glad i stuck through it. i believe a documentary should be artfully done since that is one thing that differentiates a documentary from a mere video report. this is not the most artful of documentaries. in fact, it is a bit cheesy in the first and last ten minutes. but in between there is a lot of meat. there is some hard evidence for their claims and to hear of the sheer incompetence and blatant disregard for their employees on the part of the companies means this doc serves its purpose. then again, the military and government have never been efficient in their dealings, so what i hear in this film is not all that shocking to me. also, even if you are a civilian, you should expect to be in danger in a war zone. that is just the risk you take. in my mind, this is a good documentary that makes its point effectively, but its not a great documentary that changes your thinking in a highly artful fashion.
Troy K (ag) wrote: 2.5/5 Nothing to write home about, but it was okay.
Tash O (br) wrote: decent...not good...not great...just decent...there were some funny parts though...
Jeremiah L (kr) wrote: This film was pretty good warning to me on why I should never live in a city with a lot of film viewing opportunities.
Jeff M (fr) wrote: What a load of crap, and a waste of talent. I can't believe that so many people like it.
David M (us) wrote: THE original zombie gets his own movie, indeed. Hinzman continues to be creepy in this, his own film, but the screenplay seems a bit schizo. The film jumps from one scenario to the next with little interest in making a full arch. Solid and creepy, and funny in some ways, but not good enough (or bad enough) to watch frequently.
Paul D (de) wrote: One of Bogey's bogeys. The brooding love story isn't as interesting as it might be, nor is the action around it, although for fans of the television series MASH this certainly holds some interest as the themes and location are the same.
Bob S (br) wrote: Decent "B" caper flick w/ some noir touches.
Tara H (ca) wrote: The first half of this movie is very good. Clark Gable and Carole Lombard - who would later become one of Hollywood's most glamorous couples - worked together for the first, and sadly only time. Their chemistry is great, as is the supporting cast. Unfortunately, 'No Man of Her Own' reverts from energetic comedy to being a rather conventional romance in the second half, and the ending is rather abrupt.
Robert F (it) wrote: awesome movie just carnt find at all anywhere now
Ricardo A (jp) wrote: Despite being far from perfect, The Roommate is an entertaining and even exciting teen thriller. Ignore the cliches and have a good time.