Gails agoraphobia keeps her inside where she escapes into romance novels. She shares a house with her Nan, recently back from the hospital. Gradually, they both try to reach out to each other to break their isolation. Rob plunges further into his addiction as a way of numbing his heartbreak over the death of his girlfriend. In his stupor, he dreams of embracing her again. Mr & Mrs Gladwin are going through a shift in their 60 year relationship. Years of resentment and unspoken truths have built a barrier between them that Mrs Gladwin, in her abiding love, tries to erode in little gestures.
Mayank F (nl) wrote: I'll be frank...........I love poonam pandey (not obssessed as the guy in the movie), but this film was all sorts of immature.For the last time........people (especially amit saxena): pick heroines for movies not movies for heroines.
mark v (nl) wrote: Fun movie. Amusing chemistry between to creative characters.A good feel good couples movie.
greg t (ag) wrote: Its been a long time since I have stayed awake all the way through a movie, however to keep me awake through a movie that lasted well over 3hrs with commercials is absolutely amazing.Where do you start.????????The script writer was definately on some exotic drugs all the way through this movie from the Surfie guy telling the girl to check out his grove on the waves to having more than a dozen people eaten by sharks at the start without one person even noticing them missing, [b]even when eaten in front of[/b] [b]others.[/b]Its amazing that so many people have ballance issues falling off boats and jetties all the way through the movie and being eaten without anybody blinking an eye, Whats also interesting is everyone falling into water around 100ft deep with no structure or bottom around them even when they were in knee deep water or off a jetty.How do the main characters get out of the shark cage and not get eaten by a million sharks, when they sink to the bottom of the sea, and everybody else who farts near the water gets taken without anybody seeing.Why do they leave the big boat, which they strangely secure and overpower from those who are heavily armed, and take the little rubber dinghy that everyone else in the film have been eaten out off.Why do they keep on kissing every scene of the movie even when someone is trying to kill them.How do "[b]four couples all related find love at the end" (with nice back ground music)[/b] smile and be happy just after another 20 or more people have just been eaten.Probably the best part was left to the very end when [b]1 year later[/b] while diving , someone mention that something is not right and looks up in the merky waters where we see half a dozen shark tails going past then one of the main characters says [b]Dont' worry. there only Manta Rays[/b] (with these words were viewing Manta Rays in 100ft clear visible water) This movie was so bad that I had to watch it just for the [b]CRAP FACTOR[/b]
Alvin S (ag) wrote: there's something about korea!
Corey n (mx) wrote: One of U2 most successful tours ever. The ZOO TV tour is a musical and eye spectacular. With U2 pumping out their hits from the Achtung Baby and Zooropa albums plus the previous hits make for a fun show. U2 shows why their tours are a must see. A great musical movie for any rocker or U2 fan to see.
Erin W (de) wrote: Especially loved the graveyard scene!
Dean M (nl) wrote: This sequel of The Man from Snowy River is so impressive that possesses every essential characteristic of the first film; sensationally beautiful cinematography, a stunning focus of the Australian high country, the second most impressive footage of horses ever filmed. Director Geoff Burrowes has done a superb job with this film so are two actors, Tom Burlinson and Sigrid Thornton, who returned to their characters. I really liked the horse scenes that makes you go exciting like a roller coaster ride.
JamesMasaki R (gb) wrote: It's impossible for the sequel to live up to the bloody violent classic original, but "Satsujin Ken 2" is so worth it for its insanity. Does it make a lot of sense? Barely. But you wouldn't really care when you watch it. What is worth it? Eyeballs being punched out of their sockets, a fake Martin Scorsese getting his dues with eye-gouging, and Sonny Chiba saying 'Houuuu!", ready to spit. The only thing you will miss is the x-ray inserts from the first film, but don't let it stop you from watching one of the best in Japanese exploitation in action.
Robert I (us) wrote: A classic, but very long and it does drag.
Tatsuhito K (kr) wrote: It's not a perfect film and there are things in it that don't make any sense, but man, I had a lot of fun watching "Grand Piano". It is an efficient, tense, and very entertaining thriller with some good performances and ingenious camerawork. Really good fun.
Gary F (de) wrote: I enjoyed it immensely! I love Time Travel SF and this was unexpectedly good.Good writing ... great actors and a plot that I found very stimulating.Cheryl Ladd and Kris were fine. Well worth viewing.