Rosa Moline is bored with life in a small town. She loves Chicago industrialist Neil Latimer who has a hunting lodge nearby. Rosa squeezes her husband's patients to pay their bills so she ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Clay K (us) wrote: Tedious. It may look beautiful, that's about it.
Matt P (ag) wrote: This was not as bad of a movie than what I expected even though it was a subtitled German film which I didn't know when I started it but overall it a pretty descent low budget scary movie. It kind of reminded me of the "I Know what you did last Summer" movies. I give it 3 stars***.
Jacqueline S (ru) wrote: havent seen not sure if I will
Melissa H (jp) wrote: Words cannot describe it.
Ola G (us) wrote: In the 23rd century, Earth has become a space-faring federation. While colonizing new planets, humans have encountered an insectoid species known as Arachnids or "Bugs", with their home being the distant world Klendathu. The bugs appear to be little more than killing machines, though there are suggestions that they were provoked by the intrusion of humans into their habitats. In the federation, citizenship is a privilege earned by serving through such activities as military service, granting them opportunities prohibited to basic civilians. John "Johnny" Rico (Casper Van Dien), his girlfriend Carmen Ibanez (Denise Richards) and best friend Carl Jenkins (Neil Patrick Harris) attend high school in Buenos Aires. Fellow student Isabel "Dizzy" Flores (Dina Meyer) is in love with Rico, but he does not reciprocate. They enlist in the Federal Service after graduation. Carmen becomes a spaceship pilot assigned to the Rodger Young, while psychically gifted Carl joins Military Intelligence. Rico enlists in the Mobile Infantry expecting to be with Carmen, but is surprised to find Dizzy, who wanted to be near him. At Mobile Infantry training, brutal Career Sgt. Zim (Clancy Brown) leads the recruits. Rico is promoted to squad leader and befriends Ace Levy (Jake Busey). He later receives a Dear John letter from Carmen, as she desires a career with the fleet and serves under Rico's high school sports rival, Zander Barcalow (Patrick Muldoon). After a live-fire training incident that kills one of Rico's squad, he is demoted and flogged. He resigns and calls his parents, but the call is cut off when an asteroid, launched by the Arachnids, obliterates Buenos Aires, killing his family and millions more. Rico rescinds his resignation and remains with the Infantry as an invasion force is deployed to Klendathu...Roger Ebert, who had praised the "pointed social satire" of Verhoeven's Robocop, found the film "one-dimensional," a trivial nothing "pitched at 11-year-old science-fiction fans." I personally didnt like "Starship Troopers" when it came out and now when I gave it another chance my opinion hasnt changed. The problem here is that Paul Verhoeven doesnt manage to make this work satire wise, production wise nor value wise. Its such a b-movie with mediocre acting, bad green screen set ups, bad CGI and classic over the top Verhoeven goriness and I am not sure if that was the main point in Verhoevens head, but to me that is as failure as the script has interesting anti right-wing militarism and anti-violence angles, however everything falls to pieces as Verhoeven has put mediocre actors and actresses in the main roles and the so called satire only becomes cheesy and bad compared to "Robocop" and the interesting main plot ends up in the background due to the bad handling of the material. I simply dont like the result and I believe it couldve been so much better.
Eric H (au) wrote: Man, this movie is even cheesier than I recall. It's somehow totally obvious and yet totally preposterous at the same time. But there are a few reasons to watch if you ever happen to catch it on light-night cable. First, Rodney Dangerfield is always worth a look. Every line of dialogue he has is invariably a one-liner. In LADYBUGS, most of those one-liners are embarrassingly forced, but every once in a while he comes up with a good one, well-timed. Secondly, Jonathan Brandis- who has since died a tragically Hollywood, drug-related death- is actually pretty good. He was one of those rare child actors who could actually hold his own. He's natural and not nearly as annoying as you would think.
Peter H (gb) wrote: Artistically innovative and narratively brilliant story superbly realized by Indian master Guru Dutt, who once again combines emotional drama and social commentary to masterful effect.
Priyu K (us) wrote: stupid french bro story
Matthew D (kr) wrote: The trouble with Hitchcock is that when he tries to do pure comedy it feels so forced, not at all like many of his best thrillers, which have some great natural comedy that emerge organically from the situation or from the witty personality of a character. No such luck here and so we are left with a comedy drama that has precious little comedy or drama; we don't even get Hitchcock usual inventive visual flourishes to give us something to find interesting. Instead we do get the small mercy of the beautiful background of Vermont and some often sweet romances but little investment in the titular mystery.
Tim M (au) wrote: Cronenberg's representation of Freud's rigidness and Jung's veracity to push the limitations of their field is conveyed well in this very brief glimpse into the careers of such influential psychoanalysts. As a film, "A Dangerous Method" succeeds as being provoking and engrossing, but feels somewhat incomplete...
Mark S (br) wrote: Beautifully filmed...poetically told,but ultimately leaves you wishing that there had been more retaliation and revenge from the bullied against the suppressors and bigots.
Nicki M (kr) wrote: I watched most of this but didn't really connect with it. Honestly I think it's my mood at the moment because I've had 4 in a row like this. I'm going to decline to rate for now and will probably try this another time. I didn't give it 100% of my attention and I think it's a film to watch carefully or not "get".