Celebrity Chef Anita hasn't seen her family for twenty years. That is until her son Michael decides to do some soul searching and track down his aunt.
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Dan M (gb) wrote: It's a beautiful love story. Catch it if you can. (BOATS)
Private U (de) wrote: definitely my favorite movie EVER.
Jam T (jp) wrote: dumbest movie I ever saw. somebody needs to burn it and disperse the ashes and then put everyone involved in making it in a sealed underground bunker that has no means of contact with the outside world so nobody in the future will ever know of its existence.
Zack B (es) wrote: It's beautifully filmed, and at times interesting, but for the most part I was left, well, bored. I didn't care about Mr. Badii one bit. I was actually more annoyed with his intrusive nature, asking ridiculously banal questions in order to ease each stranger he meets into helping him be buried or saved. It was interesting from a film making stand point, but other than that, I just didn't care.
Darrin C (fr) wrote: I still liked this better than most of my friends did. It has a little more action and follows-up the 1st movie fairly strict. This is probably the only Death Wish sequel worth seeing though...
Ian P (ru) wrote: Classic B movie with it's tongue planted firmly in it's check. Poorly made, poorly written, poorly acted, yet utterly hilarious. Fantastic entertainment. Worth watching just to se a Pre-Rocky Sylvester Stallone.
Al S (us) wrote: A riveting and dazzling film. A masterful, intelligent and tremendously tense cat and mouse thriller. It`s a hypnotic, stylish and superbly acted masterpiece. An intense, frequently witty and shattering screenplay by Harold Pinter. Director, Kenneth Branagh creates a solid and electrifying masterwork. It keeps you on the edge of your seat no problem all the way to the end. Michael Caine and Jude Law are an outstanding tour de force. They give amazing performances, showing different and great styles of their acting and in their character development. Some truly brilliant and unforgettable acting from Law and Caine. Wonderful work from two great actors of two different generations and a great writer and director. It`s a knockout that's just as frightening as it is entertaining.
Steve R (kr) wrote: The cliche about Ozu, which as cliche disables any potentially productive thought about what goes on in his films, is that he's a conservative director who holds onto tradition in the face of change. Without abandoning tradition - in particular, Ozu's love for silent physical comedy shows through here - as early as this film in 1932 Ozu was able to show how Japanese families (and particularly fathers) were forced to adapt to changing mores about authority. And forget all that crap about Truffaut being the best director of kids in the history of cinema: no one ever did it with more spirit, humor, or artistry than Ozu, and this is particularly evident in his extant silents. (These thoughts could pretty well encompass the other two excellent films in the 'Silent Ozu' box set, but since I think this is the best of the three I'll just review this one).
nipp s (au) wrote: Best Movie Ending Ever! It was a good sequel to a great movie, but hell yeah man blow the whole god damn planet up! oh yeah.... spoiler alert
Andrea M (kr) wrote: One of my favorite childhood gems. Its goofy, yet very emotional when it tries to be.