The story of a man who wakes up in bed suffering from memory loss after being in an accident, only to begin to suspect that his wife may not be his real wife and that a web of lies and deceit deepen inside the house where he soon finds himself a prisoner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Paul C (us) wrote: Sick, fun, twisted, surreal Japanese comedy
Richard M (mx) wrote: This is a lovely movie about three people who come together at the right time. It's not as if the "conventional material" as one reviewer calls it is complicated but the actors bring a real life feel to it and seemingly simple things are more complicated than we think sometimes. I loved it.
JuanKa P (kr) wrote: Una frmula algo gastada, solamente que nunca se entiende, a diferencia de las otras dos dnde est la parte de 'Hangover', dado que lo nico que repite es el poner a Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galiafanakis) Chow (Ken Jeong) y Jade (Heather Graham) intentando el mismo xito en vano. Las escenas iniciales son de mal gusto, si bien en algn momento logra arrancar alguna risa ms lo logran desde un humor fsico o desde la ilgica de Galiafanakis en su personaje de Alan
Jason T (kr) wrote: The great performances from the leads work well with an interesting concept and story. Shame nothing is explained why they look so much alike and was hoping for a better ending. Robin Williams fans take note his role is an extended cameo. An ok but flawed romance.
Greg W (au) wrote: good action/thriller
Graeme H (gb) wrote: One of my mothers constant favorites. Cliche, predictable and implausible, it has a strange filmic quality that makes it enjoyable, which isn't to say it's made well. Somehow it just works. If it's one of your mother's favorites, finding a some sort of tolerance is almost inevitable, perhaps.
Noosa m (ag) wrote: Couldn't finish it. I don't get absurdism.
Blake P (ru) wrote: Any movie that opens with a murder ensnared in the throes of sexual passion is immediately intriguing. Not intriguing in a wet dream kind of way; intriguing like what kind of monster could commit such a crime? "Basic Instinct", an underrated neo-noir, contrasted the silkiness of a Hermes scarf and a femme fatale's voluptuous body with the sudden stab of an ice pick. "Sea of Love", on the other hand, doesn't distract with full-on sexuality; it instead chooses to obscure the body of the supposed woman committing the dirty work. When the quick gunshot to the head of her partner arrives, we find ourselves so shocked that we figure we may as well keep watching the movie to figure out who did it. Things get even saucier when murders continue in the exact same fashion. The killer, thought to be a woman, answers Lonely Heart ads and shoots her dates during intercourse. Assigned to the case is Detective Frank Keller (Al Pacino), suffering from a recent divorce and sometimes crippling alcoholism. The police department is dumbfounded. Eventually, and desperately, they decide the best way to nab the culprit is by placing Frank himself in an ad. After dinner, they swipe the fingerprints of the women. Most don't make an impression. But when Helen Cruger (Ellen Barkin), a sexy single mother, shows up, complications arise. There is much evidence to suggest that she is, in fact, responsible for the crimes, and Frank, against all odds, finds himself seriously attracted to her. So the two embark on a twisted, dangerous affair, with Frank never completely sure if this woman will be the one who kills him. "Sea of Love" is a convincing thriller, making use of its naturalistic dialogue instead of only focusing on its more erotic moments. And the film is superiorly erotic; it just doesn't dwell on it so much that it obscures the material. Pacino is effective as a man so much a hazard to himself that partaking in a possibly lethal affair doesn't seem all too surprising; Barkin is tough and likable as a woman who very well could be in possession of secrets that could spell death to her male counterparts. "Sea of Love"'s issues don't arrive with Pacino and Barkin; they come with doubt, doubt so strong that the entire premise slowly but surely caves in on itself. Only for a little while does it seem possible that Helen is the killer. As it becomes clear that she isn't quite Catherine Tramell, that the film is too smart to announce her as the bad guy, the relentless menace dwindles until everything crashes into a highly unsatisfying ending. "Sea of Love" was most likely doomed from the start; of course Helen isn't the murderer, but the film spends so much time trying to trick us into thinking that she is that any conclusion that doesn't find her guilty won't be rewarding. But "Sea of Love", for the most part, is smart entertainment with a shaky basis. It's entertaining, all right, but it doesn't offer much that we haven't already seen.
Emily W (br) wrote: I watched this on you tube recently without subtitles, but its so simple, i think I got the idea.
Maymay A (es) wrote: It wasn't good but it was pretty funny and interesting. Worth a try.
Felipe F (fr) wrote: Steven Soderbergh's masterful grip combined with a sharp script and magnetic performances from Andie MacDowell and James Spader results in a piercing, humane and inteligente film about sex.