Anatomy Of A Murder
The film pits a humble small-town lawyer against a hard-headed big city prosecutor. Emotions flare as a jealous army lieutenant pleads innocent to murdering the rapist of his seductive, beautiful wife.
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Zach M (es) wrote: Not the most enjoyable of Scooby-Doo movies, but still a decent watch.A bit of a musical for this movie has Mystery Inc fighting vampires.A little predictable, but it did have some fun to it still.Matthew Lillard and Frank Welker should always be Shaggy and Scooby.
Christopher E (it) wrote: That was the most depressing movie I have ever seen in my life.
Anneliese P (kr) wrote: Hmmm... It's always hard to rate a Telugu flick next to any other mainstream genre cause, basically, they're in a league of their own. Siddhu ji is also the master Telugu hero, the most beautiful man perhaps to grace a screen probably, I don't know, like, ever. Within the space of the first ten minutes we learn Srikrishna (Siddharth) is the hyper-imaginative son of a projectionist who has learnt all his life lessons from stars of the silver screen. Fast forward to an early twenties Srikrishna, racing away from some bootleggers to deliver a film reel to his eagerly awaiting Father, here we see the fruits of his filmi life lessons, with Srikrishna becoming a regular BMX bandit. Flash to a New Year's eve party where Sathya (Ileana D'Cruz) is meeting her friends. One, Jyothi, accidentally bumps drunken rich kid thug Vicky and thus incurs his wrath. Within the next two minutes, poor old Jyothi is dead and Vicky has already been vindicated by the corrupt arm of the law. Srikrishna then takes an excursion to a holy place to deliver a film and bumps into the beautiful yet agitated Sathya. What follows in a series of flashbacks is a collection of songs featuring aforementioned hero and heroine reluctantly falling in love whilst eluding the super bad dudes, who are so bad they have infiltrated the police force too, looking super cute and wearing some questionable outfits while they do so. So basically, Aata is tops. Eventually, Srikrishna outsmarts the dumb as dog-poop baddy Vicky, his horrible parents, and a host of black-clad nasty pasty henchmen. Sunil expertly plays yet another role getting slapped around as the butt of everyone's jokes and the recipient of everyone's anger, a role he is brilliant at, and hilariously funny in. If you can put aside the rampant madness of it all and just commit to enjoy, Aata is a couple of hours well spent,with Siddharth undoubtedly the master Entertainer, and consumate King of Prema. He's funny, he's charming, he can sing, he can dance, oh, and he can act. Siddharth starts almost every project as the unlikely hero of the piece and ends with the heroine, and the audience, like putty in his hands. This one is no exception. Not bad, Siddhi, not bad at all!!!
John S (kr) wrote: A rather atypical Hong Kong actioner from Ringo Lam. Rather than travelling down the well worn "John Woo bullet ballet" route, Full Contact's primary influences are western: 70's tough guy movies and 80's, Tony Scott-style, action films. Expect a great deal of casual bloody violence, misogyny, a homosexual subtext that verges on being text and Chow looking pensive as guitars wail.
Jason T (ru) wrote: I love B movies but this was just a nightmare. If there was a script, it was whipped together in 5 minutes. It did have a fair amount of 80's charm though.
Luke R (br) wrote: Even though the whole film is basically a guy talking on the radio, the dialogue is exceptional and the performance by Bogosian is phenomenal.
Richard D (mx) wrote: An invigorating - and funny - exploration of the fallout from May 1968 gives way in the second half to a surprisingly tender analysis of a relationship overshadowed by politics and sexism.Godard's trademark use of colour, framing and staging are all present and correct, and it doesn't leave the audience feeling like they've been shouted at or lectured for an hour and a half, unlike many of Godard's film from this period.Well worth a watch, whatever your opinion on Godard.
Jeff D (mx) wrote: Errol Flynn takes the easiest role of his career in the cheesy romp Adventures of Don Juan. What makes the film so memorable is the brilliant score by Hollywood's first legendary composer, Max Steiner. Steiner's score takes the average story, average acting, and average directing to a higher level. Adventures of Don Juan is the perfect example of the power of the musical score. It's also Sloth's favorite movie.
Chris F (fr) wrote: Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn have really great chemistry in this film. Unfortunately their relationship is only hinted at and I would have liked to see a little bit more of it. Overall a cute harmless romantic comedy starring two great actors.
Private U (it) wrote: One of (or the?) first films to deal with gay rights. Very sad that so much of this film has been lost to time. Like one netflix viewer wrote, you should watch this as bit of history, not a movie (because a lot of it is explained with title cards).
Becky T (us) wrote: This was an ok movie. Good acting, but kind of slow and without a ton of drive.
Eliel L (ca) wrote: Tiene su corazn, pero se pierde en una marea llena de chicles de perdedores que resulta ser divertidas por momentos, pero su gracia desaparece rpidamente.
Hobie P (ca) wrote: Its worth a watch but nothing to get to excited over!