The young jazz saxophonist Morris Poole is at the height of his career. When his wife dies he is almost overcome by grief and blames himself. When after a while he finds a new love, he ends... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Heather M (de) wrote: Watson and Rue were adorable together, but the plot was bad. I never expect much from tv movies so I wasn't disappointed with this one for the most part.
Jim A (au) wrote: Great British cast,but found it a bit boring
Ji H (us) wrote: One of the most remebrable and influencial womens in politice ever and with an absolutley extraordenary performance of mail actressProblm is the style of storytelling is Just boring But finnale is Just greatIn short i rocomend but it is not great Just upper avaradge
Cole M (gb) wrote: To his credit, Jack Sholder has claimed that this is his least favorite film of his own.
Gregory G (de) wrote: This debut feature by director, editor, and producer Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu, a TV commercial director, helped establish renewed interest in Mexican cinema and launched the career of a major international talent. The title translation is Love's A Bitch. Set in Mexico City, it tells three interlocking stories - connected around a gruesome car accident - about violence perpetrated by man and dog. The first segment involves a young man (Gael Garcia Bernal) who wants to use money earned from dog fighting to run away with his sister-in-law (Vanessa Bauche), who he is in love with; the second segment is about a beautiful model (Goya Toledo), incapacitated after being injured in a car accident, and how her relationship with a married man begins to unravel; the final story is about an assassin (Emilio Echevarria), hired by a business man to murder his partner, who begins to regret his life and the loss of the daughter he abandoned. The violence is graphic but never exploitive - even the dogfights are judiciously edited - and we are always made aware of the consequences. Shot using hand-held cameras with a grainy, slightly bleached out color scheme by cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto that gives the locations a seedy reality. Inarritu overlaps scenes and plays with continuity in a manner that suggests "Pulp Fiction" and "Before the Rain." Written by Guillermo Arriaga. In Spanish with English subtitles.
Travis H (nl) wrote: Highly underrated and unfairly dismissed. "Halloween" die-hards love to complain that this installment doesn't exactly fit with the continuity established prior. What they don't mention is that the main reason it doesn't fit is because this one is scarier and attempts something deeper than the other films. Who cares that they departed from the yawn-inducing, plotless drek that came before? If you're bored by most of the "Halloween" films, you'll probably love this one. As a bonus, it features a strong performance from Paul Rudd.
Angie Y (gb) wrote: The movie WAS good for its time but some of the lines and scenes are what kills it. Nowadays, it is a terribly unfunny musical-comedy with nails-on-blackboard performances.
Eric J (it) wrote: I saw this film when it came out. It, along with "Monster's Ball" and "Alien 3", are the most depressing films I have ever seen. NOTHING good happens to these kids in this picture. The gang rape scene probably is the creepiest rape scene ever made.
Helena M (it) wrote: A very entertaining musical about answering service operator played by Judy Holliday.
Bilal S (ru) wrote: A interesting plot... you will be glued to find who did it...
Amandeep S (kr) wrote: A respectable movie. While it wasn't completely entertaining to me, the meaning behind the movie made it worth watching. The action sequences were very good especially with a comic book character no one's seen anything of. Overall, the movie felt a bit lackluster but the story made it great.