A documentary retracing the haunting quest of a famed reporter, closely tracking a father's heart-rending, twelve year odyssey in search of his vanished son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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d m (au) wrote: Omg this is the most stupid movie I have ever seen. Wasted 40 minutes of my life watching this before I had to turn it off.
Aditya N (nl) wrote: should be revieved in 2 parts.1st half: ***1/22nd Half: **
WS W (ca) wrote: Way too slow, plus irrational.
Private U (us) wrote: Probably out of most peoples' league but probably worth checking out if you liked other kaufman written movies.
Pablo G (mx) wrote: With some very solid performances and an amazing tone, Stay is a mind bender that may be a little unbalanced in many of its ideas, and the conclusion might not be quite as impactful as the ride itself, but it is ultimately heart-felt and very interesting film with great ideas and amazing visuals.
Hyam Q (us) wrote: awsome movie !! i like it
Clay B (kr) wrote: BIRTHDAY GIRL (2001)
Randi S (kr) wrote: I think this was my first actual bollywood film. I really liked the costumes and the dancing was hilarious, but I hated the way I had to pay attention to the words of the songs, especially the love ones. bleh. the riot scenes in bombay were crazy though and the music for them was pretty rad.
asd s (au) wrote: how is moonlight 97% but forrest gump is only 72%. they need better critics
Allan C (es) wrote: Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder are one of my favorite comedy teams, though I think "Stir Crazy" is their only great film. The others are merely good or at worst watchable. This film fits into the merely good category. Wilder plays an uptight deaf man and Pryor plays a foul mouthed blind man. The two get involved in a murder mystery with bad guys chasing after them as they seek to solve the mystery. Those bad guys are played by the very attractive Joan Severance, who'd later become a regular in Zalman King's films, and Kevin Spacey plays the mustache twirling villain Kirgo. Anthony Zerbe plays the head bad guy, but doesn't show up until the end. But the story really isn't why you'd watch this film. It's the banter between Pryor and Wilder why you want to watch this film. It's not as good a "Stir Crazy" but there are a number of funny bits, including a fight scene where Wilder helps Pryor in a fight or when a car chase where the two help one another. Prior and Wilder both have some good scenes on their own, such as when Pryor uses "Big Mo" or when Whilder holds-up Severance with a "gun" in his pocket. But my favorite surprise of this film was that I'd forgotten that Stewart Copeland did the music for this film and Copeland delivers a soundtrack in his usual style, which I personally love and now really want to find this soundtrack. Directed by Arthur Hiller, this film isn't close to being a classic, but it's an entertaining enough of comedy and is particularly entertaining if you're a fan of Pryor and Wilder.
Scott R (br) wrote: pretty rotten but not the worst ever made by a long stretch.
Mo J (au) wrote: Really weird, super creepy. Dennis Hopper is great as the depraved psychopath who is constantly huffing fumes and cursing. Unsettling to watch at times, but I sure won't forget this movie anytime soon.
Greg W (jp) wrote: gr8 cast including some good 3rd act career stuff from russell
Jiri B (de) wrote: Iconic film from Spielberg. Great acting from Richard Dreyfuss, with a fresh story line and creative plot. A great story with fantastic visuals, not over done unlike today's films. Solid story.
Colin P (ru) wrote: This movie is obviously terrible, but it's also accidentally pretty incredible.
Samuel H (ag) wrote: Bradley Cooper impresses in Limitless. His character is both convincing and compelling. I'm not sure of the implications made about drugs in this film, but I do believe that Limitless provides interesting commentary about the potential of the human brain. What if we could use the entirety of it? Would we even want to know that much? Regardless, Limitless is a much watch for any Sci-Fi/Thriller fans.