Jay Killion (Charles Bronson) had been the presidential bodyguard, but for the inauguration of the recently elected president, he is assigned to the first lady, Lara Royce (Jill Ireland). ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jay Killon is the bodyguard of the recently elected US president, but he is assigned to the first lady (Lara Royce). Lara hates Killon so she does all she can to escape. The story complicates when someone tries to kill Lara.
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Jordon J (kr) wrote: Big Miracle, beyond its bland, nondescript title, delivers exactly what the coming attraction promised, an enjoyable save-the-whales" tale. I say SEE IT!!!
Ri A (nl) wrote: Ash is too pathetoc to watch in movies, she was good on lo'real's ads but not on cinema's screen, anywau she's no more a brand ambsdr of any big good brand.
Martin G (br) wrote: Visuellement intressant, l'histoire se droule pendant la guerre civile espagnole mais le scnario est sans buts. Une musique intuile pour certaines scnes. Acting correct. Mais pour un film de VVS c'est quand mme pas si mal
Peter R (br) wrote: This film has a nice concept for its plot but it's love relationships don't develop well at all, its filled with bad writing and this film's 2 other protagonists come off more as annoying and unfunny rather than the exact opposite. Despte these issues there are a few funny moments in it, but they are very few and very far between and the only real person making this film seem funny is Scott a.k.a. the main character. As a whole this film sucks, it's highly unwatchable and unfunny. It fails as a comedy film as well as a drama/romantic one. 2/10
Riley H (es) wrote: Though there are a number of very effective moments, this doesn't work as well as the first feature. The artiness doesn't work at all and much of the film seems concerned with showing how these people live regardless of pacing. That said, it's still fascinating and the preacher is a pretty evil character, which is very effective. But it's nothing compared to the first movie.
Jim M (gb) wrote: Penelope Cruz.............AyeWatching all of the Almodovar films this summer and Volver is one of my favorites!
Daniel T (us) wrote: Just awful. The best thing about it was finding out my penis is bigger than Eric Balfour's
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Tiffany B (es) wrote: Alan Rickman and Mos Def? I'll take it.
Trevor D (gb) wrote: The three lead performances are rather good, particularly the lovely Claire Danes. It's also a hoot seeing Jason Schwartzman in an unexpectedly offbeat grunge slacker-type role. I enjoyed "Shopgirl" well enough, but it just didn't really stick with me-- it's not funny enough to be a great comedy, not romantic enough to be a great romance, and not powerful enough to be a great drama. The score is also super cheesy. Pleasant, but totally forgettable.
James M (kr) wrote: A less than average black comedy/Hollywood satire which could've been much better.
Aaron B (de) wrote: This movie is two things a horror film should never be: boring and not scary.
Jessica H (kr) wrote: No matter how many times I see this film is a remedy for sleeplessness and not because of the subject matter as much as the attempted plot with questionable acting.
Jeffrey N (fr) wrote: It can be difficult to translate the experience of watching a play to traditional film. The strength of the story is tested when it changes mediums. In the case of "Hyde Park on Hudson," it may have been a benefit that I knew it had been a play first, even though I had not seen the play. I watched it as a play, so it wasn't as poorly received by me as it appears to have been by others. Maybe it is my generation, but seeing Bill Murray continue to take on roles like this does my heart good. While I can't say he did an admirable job of portraying a president I've never seen in social situations, he definitely holds his own in the company of veteran Laura Linney. The history of the story of "Daisy" and her special relationship with FDR has been challenged, so knowing how valid the story is becomes important if the reason for watching is to understand history. However, the historical components that include the King and Queen of England are known and add to perceived authenticity of the overall story. Also, given Daisy's length of service with the FDR library and museum years after FDR's death, one can make an assumption that a good portion is probably true. However, the blunt nature in which their relationship begins makes the viewer have to adjust rather suddenly in ascertaining exactly what the point of the movie is, which I'm sure is the reason for many viewers being turned off by the film. Once past that early scene, though, I was able to appreciate the story for what it was. Yes, it could have gone a more traditional route and helped establish more depth around just who Daisy was, but again, this was a play. Characters just don't often get constructed that way. There is little time to do them justice and to have done that for the film may have been perceived as tarnishing the source material. While it isn't a bad film, one has to question why it was deemed worthy of translating to film. It didn't accomplish enough or have the historical strength required to be a story worthy of the big screen.
Jason B (kr) wrote: Sarah Snook and Ethan Hawk deliver outstanding performances in this super-twisty time travel tale. The stellar acting, screenplay, and directing more than make up for the fact that a couple of the plot twists were a bit over-forshadowed.
Harrison W (fr) wrote: Surprisingly good, I didn't think that I'd like it as much as the other two, as Donnie Yen wasn't in it. But Dennis To still portrays a great character. Ip Chun as Leung Bik was also a surprise but he was still very good.