Get up close and personal with 16 of the most successful women in the adult film industry as they shed their clothes for an intimate photo shoot with director Deborah Anderson. As questions are asked, personal stories about their lives are revealed, from why they chose the business of sex to how they got into it in the first place. These porn stars have always been discreet about their private lives in the past, yet Anderson has a way of opening up a dialog allowing them to share more than just their naked skin on screen. Their true inner vulnerability is touching, yet the characters they have created are confident and intoxicating. Once you hear their stories, you'll never look at them in the same way again.
Cary P (gb) wrote: Aging makeup. Various ages. Looked stiff. Heist romp.
Donna H (de) wrote: Not the best movie ever, but very enjoyable and has a good feel to it. I quite liked it.
Ken S (jp) wrote: Imagine a comedy with no jokes, where Bill Murray looks bored to death and hangs out with an elephant...imagine the most humdrum 90 minutes of your life, and then imagine its even dumber than the premise "Bill Murray hangs out with an Elephant" would lead you to believe. It is not an entertaining movie on any level really. I like Murray, but he didn't even try to save this movie.
DJ T (gb) wrote: A recording of the original off-Broadway hit
Sabrina T (ca) wrote: The poster might mislead you, like it did me. It's just important to disregard the poster altogether, and you'll like the movie anyway. This movie to me is like your average Korean romantic-comedy. Tough guy, and no-nonsense girl, High school bullies, even gangsters. Characters so unlikely to get together, in the end fall in love anyway. You kinda predict your way through it, but getting to the end is the fun part. Though, I really thought his realization (that he actually does like her) was kinda abrupt. He got jealous out of nowhere. A little longer than I expected, but overall, if you like the 'lightness' of Korean cinema, then this is a movie for you.
Mark A (nl) wrote: Essentially Scream without any wit, likable characters, or plot coherency; it's really really bad
Christine D (br) wrote: Loved it, even if not accurate.
Luc L (au) wrote: A realistic police film.
Joel A (ca) wrote: A clever thriller about a woman dropping her daughter to school & her strangely disappearing that day but as the film progresses you begin to ask yourself is the child real?Filled with some wonderful performances especially the unstable uncle & Lawrence Olivier as the key detective.This is an intense film that requires your focus but will no doubt keep you on the edge of your seat...a truly great film.
Private U (it) wrote: the best film of jack palance! though politically incorrect at some scenes, palance captured his audience in an enthralling portrayal of the scourge of god.
Greg W (br) wrote: good WWII actioner & total propaganda 'let's get in the war' pic
Troy R (jp) wrote: Mel Gibson plays the role well with what he's given, but unfortunately, the movie has so many twists and unusual turns, that it doesn't leave a satisfied feeling of closure at the end. However, there is some action and fun to be had with Mel in this unique Mexico-based prison tale.