Medical student Paula Henning wins a place at an exclusive Heidelberg medical school. When the body of a young man she met on the train turns up on her dissection table, she begins to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death, and uncovers a gruesome conspiracy perpetrated by an Antihippocratic secret society operating within the school.
- Stars:Franka Potente, Benno Fürmann, Anna Loos, Sebastian Blomberg, Holger Speckhahn, Traugott Buhre, Oliver Wnuk, Arndt Schwering-Sohnrey, Andreas Günther, Antonia Cäcilia Holfelder, Rüdiger Vogler, Barbara M. Ahren, Werner Dissel, Gennadi Vengerov, Thomas Meinhardt,
- Director:Stefan Ruzowitzky,
- Writer:Peter Engelmann (dramaturge), Stefan Ruzowitzky
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(au) wrote: I love this movie! We're Burning Daylight. john Wayne's the best cowboy there ever was
(nl) wrote: I just saw the latest movie from the director 'The Boy and the Beast', which was amazing. So I had to look up his other movies and so thats how I came to find this one. I also saw summer wars which I enjoyed very much. I would its a great flick on par with summer wars but I felt his true masterpiece was in the Boy and the Beast.
(jp) wrote: With "Do You Like Hitchcock," Dario Argento attempts an homage to the venerable Alfred Hitchcock...it's just a shame that his homage turns out to be such a derivative flop. Some reviews say fans of Alfred Hitchcock will enjoy this movie. Well, I disagree. It's not that the film isn't adeptly made...it's just ridiculous the way it builds its story by blatantly knocking off ideas from popular Hitchcock movies...I can't respect something so futile. In the end, all I could think to myself was this movie must have been a vanity project for Argento that was thrown together quickly without much enthusiasm.
(mx) wrote: This sure ain't a Christmas movie ... but we enjoyed it on Christmas day anyway. There's a vein of love running through this. Should it be funnier to make up for the melancholy?
(fr) wrote: Quirky Australian comedy that works on many levels, with some hilarious lines and great acting. One of my favourites. Dug's lines when bailing lucy, Lewis and Nick up at home are funny no matter how many times you see it.
(kr) wrote: Took me quite a long time to see this one, which is quite silly, because it's ridiculously up my alley. I guess I just didn't know how up my alley. Btw, Richard Kelly ripped this off like crazy for Donnie Darko. Anyway, see it. Just see it.
(mx) wrote: Gah. Good thing that fashion designer's studio had a rock crusher AND a giant vat of acid.
(gb) wrote: Michael Poulter used to love Kim Basinger in this movie.
(de) wrote: Clever and unpredictable, David Mamet's House of Games features excellent dialogue as well as direction showcasing Mamet's filmmaking talent.
(mx) wrote: I loved these movies as a kid but sadly time hasn't been kind to this film. The jokes are very flat but Ernest is well cast and gives everything. From that perspective the film does very well.
(it) wrote: That moment when Belmondo says: "Make up your minds. Breathless is on TV tonight" Priceless. 5/5
(jp) wrote: Yeah another very good fuller flick. Set during the Korean war the film concentrates on the emotional aspects of the rear guard platoon, and incorporates the typical fuller manly dialogue. Recommend.
(kr) wrote: There is no woman like Pandora and no-one to play her other than Ava Gardner. I am so besotted with this woman that anything she is in has me quivering like a fag at a Streisand gig. In this, she is a femme fatale wooed by a mysterious sea-faring immortal who literally asks her to die to save him from eternal damnation - and she does, with an almost mythical grandeur and lashings of cleavage and wind-swept hair (I could look at her gazing out to sea forever forever). Mason is as stern and romantic as always and plays the role of the Dutchman with terrific gravitas and deep, doom-laden tones. Beware though - this is as camp as fuck and not for those who like their romances shot cinema verite style. Hollywood at its most intensely romantic. Gorgeous!
(kr) wrote: Even if you forget this is a remake that totally disrespects the original, "Mr. Deeds" is another typical Adam Sandler film filled with cheap laughs and lunacy as Sandler plays a pizza delivery man that inherit's his rich father's estate when he dies.