When David Lindholm, Sweden's most famous police officer, found shot in bed identifies herself quickly with his young wife Julia. Julia is threatened with life imprisonment for murder, both her husband and her missing four year old son Alexander. However, Julia refuse. It was not her. There was another woman who shot her husband and kidnapped her son. While life is falling apart around Annika digs herself deeper into the murdered police's violent past.
When David Lindholm, Sweden's most famous police officer, found shot in bed identifies herself quickly with his young wife Julia. Julia is threatened with life imprisonment for murder, both her husband and her missing four year old son Alexander. However, Julia refuse. It was not her. There was another woman who shot her husband and kidnapped her son. While life is falling apart around Annika digs herself deeper into the murdered police's violent past. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Matt V (es) wrote: I really wish I could have given it less than a 1/2 a star! Way to completely take a classic and RUIN this one guys!
Christine D (ag) wrote: Very poor attempt of trying to simulate the movie Crash.
Andrea A (es) wrote: Love This Movie!!!!!!!!
Ondrej (es) wrote: Sweet and funny. All around solid.
Era M (gb) wrote: Emocionante de principio a fin, con un final espectacular y llena de poderosas actuaciones.
Tim G (jp) wrote: Plot:Jonathan goes on a vacation in France where he meets the sexy Sasha who says she is only interested in him because he is a virgin. She takes him with her to East Germany where they are separated and he has to escape back to the west on his own, all the while being trailed by East German spies.Another one of my favorite 80s movies.
Hamad S (it) wrote: Gena Rowlands' fantastic performance was the only good thing about this production. Everything else was just plain annoying.
The Movie W (it) wrote: Not just one of Minnelli's best but one of Hollywood's greatest movies of any era, "Some Came Running" is unjustly forgotten. It features a career best performance from Sinatra, playing on his surly persona to great effect as the returning soldier and failed writer. Hyer wants him to return to writing but he has no interest, not as confident in his talent as the sycophants of his town. She doesn't desire him as the man he is, rather the man she naively dreams he could be. MacLaine on the other hand can't fulfill him intellectually but is in love with him just as he is. The moment of revelation comes when he cross-examines her about why she liked one of his stories. She replies that she may not have understood it but enjoyed it because it came from him. Sinatra suddenly realises that finally he has someone who respects him for himself and not some perceived potential. There's a dark shadow looming in the shape of Steve Peck, a drunkard who has eyes for MacLaine and wants vengeance for a humiliation at the hands of Sinatra. In the movie's most famous scene, a chase at a fairground, Peck is first seen lit by red neon in an alley, recalling a fantasy scene from one of Minnelli's musicals. He steps out of this movie world and begins his pursuit of Sinatra. Where "Two Weeks In Another Town" features a character who wants to escape reality for the world of fiction, Sinatra aims for the exact opposite here. He wants to escape his past as a writer and etch out some sort of life in the real world. Fitting then that Peck should seem to step out of a fantasy world to throw a spanner (or a bullet) in the works. Elmer Bernstein provides a bombastic score, like a nightmarish Saturday night in a forties roadhouse. William Daniels widescreen framing is the perfect accompaniment to the skillful staging of Minnelli. The scene where Sinatra seduces Hyer features a surreal twist on the usual romantic lighting of such scenes, turning the characters into silhouettes, a foreboding premonition of how this relationship will pan out. German magazine "Der Spiegel" rated this as the greatest movie of all time. I wouldn't go that far but it's certainly in the mix, the pinnacle of the fifties melodrama.
Brian D (ca) wrote: Absolutely riveting. Breathtakingly refreshing version of Hamlet. The best I've ever seen. David Tennant is perfect as the tortured Hamlet. One thing that amazed me about this version is that the scenes seem to be actual characters as well in the play. The backgrounds were real and surreal at the same time. The reflective black floors and the imagery of mirrors all over the sets gave rich depth and meaning to the scenes and the overall play. Definitely a masterpiece.
Bill W (au) wrote: Greatest Christmas movie ever? Yeah, baby! Suck it "It's a wonderful life!" It''s not Christmas until Hans Gruber falls from the Nakatomi tower. Be aware there is ALOT of swearing so keep that in mind if your kids are not cool enough to hear the f word yelled multiple times, but if that is the case then they don't deserve to see this most awesome movie.