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An Autumn's Tale torrent reviews
Linda W (fr) wrote: I struggled to make out what Anne Heche was saying in terms of her voice seemed to be too soft. And then no one seemed to change gloves before going patient to patient. If a handshake is enough to transmit the virus, its pretty virulent even if not airborne I'd be wearing a mask. I mean, the patients had their immune systems compromised, anything could make them sick. If I could figure that out so should the movie makers. It had the right ingredients, but not well executed. Anne Heche - speak up woman, enunciate!
Jimmy C (jp) wrote: Wow that was quite boring..
Manny C (us) wrote: If you were totally fascinated by Charlize Theron's Oscar-winning performance as Aileen Wuornos--executed in 2002 for murdering seven men--in Monster, then this documentary from Nick Broomfield and Joan Churchill is for you. It's essential viewing. For one, Aileen's actual performance as herself trumps anything Theron ever accomplished. Aileen was a truck stop hooker who claimed she killed out of self-defense. This doc serves as a searing indictment of America's justice system, and it delivers. The Aileen on display in a final interview showcases a shattered soul that will haunt your dreams. Despite her mental condition, no stay of execution was ever ordered. Broomfield had already made a doc focusing on Wuornos, 1992's Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer, which chronicled Wuornos' family and enemies efforts to get Aileen's story to Hollywood. This new film is all about the actual person, digging deep into her battered soul. It's a wipeout.
Adam R (mx) wrote: The cool opening credits lead us to believe that we are in for something special, but everything soon falls apart. This is a terrible movie with particularly bad acting. I especially couldn't stand Angelina Jolie. I tried giving it a second chance after ten years, and it is even worse this time around. (First viewing - December 2004 in theaters)
ulfiqar a (kr) wrote: A very interesting movie to watch. I love to watch it again.
Kay K (ag) wrote: Watching this intriguing movie again, after 10+ years. It's as magical and drawn me in so much as it was the first time in Cine-art Wanchai. Gloomy Sunday's message is not only about Andras falling for Ilona, but about hanging on there until the last trace of dignity is eroded, during a time of insanity (WWII).
Bruce s (gb) wrote: this film is an erotic /murder type of film. rest its up 2 you if u like but think a long the lines of Basic Instinct & Sliver
Shawn W (ru) wrote: Man has fling with friend's young daughter while on joint vacation in Rio. Somewhat of a subtle comedy but it works and maintains interest throughout. Caine again shows his versatility as an actor.
Jose Luis M (nl) wrote: Considerada por muchos como una obra maestra, esta es una pelicula que tiene una frescura que pareciese que no fue filmada en el 37.
Harnawa B (fr) wrote: Not that powerful of a message, but at least there's a revolution
The N (kr) wrote: El amor no cura la licantropa
Nick R (fr) wrote: This film makes some of the worst horror films look good.
Gordon T (fr) wrote: CLASSIC SATURDAY AFTERNOON HORROR MOVIE FROM CREATURE DOUBLE FEATURE that used to air here in PHILADELPHIA from 1973 to 1982. COUNT YORGA is an AWESOME VAMPIRE MOVIE (for its time of in 1970) and Robert Quarry as COUNT YORGA is one of the BEST VAMPIRE counts of the 1970s. ROGER PERRY plays DR. HAYES. For decades only a cut version of COUNT YORGA was available yet the DVD (and earlier, the cable-tv station CIINEMAX) uses an uncut print of COUNT YORGA entiled "THE LOVES OF COUNT IORGA" in the aforementioned uncut print, there's more dialog and a longer scene of the dead kitten. come to think of it, RETURN OF COUNT YORGA has more scenes and dialog as well. Thank God for DVD and BLURAY (and CINEMAX and LASERDISC)-- all the great movies that were cut over the years are now available in extended versions; for better or for worse sometimes: sometimes the cut-version is better (like LIFEFORCE-the 90 minute version is better than the 121 minute version). FOLLOWED BY RETURN OF COUNT YORGA and DEATHMASTER (where ROBERT QUARRY PLAYS KHORDA) YORGA spelled backwards is "GORY" with an extra 'A'