Kati and Steffi have been best friends since they were six. Now they're both 17 and enjoying the ups and downs of becoming adults together. While Kati's parents are religious and conservative, but argue constantly, Steffi comes from what appears to be a harmonious and liberal family. But the girls discover how quickly their attractive world can fall apart when, at a hip nightclub, they happen to see Steffi's father in the arms of another woman. Steffi is shocked, her trust in her small perfect world shaken to the core. She can only think of one thing: revenge.
Kati and Steffi are best friends since childhood. But as they step into adulthood, both their perfect friendship and their personalities get harshly tested by a series of unfortunate events... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jayakrishnan R (nl) wrote: 85%Saw this on 21/6/16Woody Allen's craft is top-notch and his exploration of pathtic and condemnable lives is a true reflection of humanity that is deeply disturbing despite the film being covered in a comedy. Cate Blanchett does not act here, she lives the character. Allen is the director who is most often branded to genres while my experience with the director's films have made me realize that no genre has yet been made to contain his films. The film however holds some cliched plot points in its final act which might make people look away from the big picture.
Paul A (mx) wrote: 5,00 record tempters in US in the last 3 weeks. Global warming is real and man made. STFU!
Jason W (nl) wrote: It's great to see Richard Dean Anderson back, and this was a better closer to me than Ark of Truth. Great way to end the SG-1 series!
dan b (ag) wrote: ok when Traci Lords has top billing and it's not a porno u know what kind of movie you're getting yourself into. My inner 13 year old liked it just enough to watch again sometime.
Thomas A (gb) wrote: Duplex is a dark comedy that keeps the audience to the edge of the seat while laughing out loud. It is that good. Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore make an odd couple, but they play their roles well. Plus, the ending has a twist too.
Brett B (fr) wrote: This must be the most underrated movie of all time seeing as the DVD has been discontinued by the manufacturer and it's rarely ever shown on TV. Definitely a shame as it's such a great movie. Way better than most of the garbage that these movie channels repeatedly show.
Joey F (au) wrote: this was an excellent film
John P (de) wrote: Romero and Argento re-unite for.... Well, nothing special, really. This Poe double feature is somewhat mediocre, but not terrible, but not... Good. Does that make things worse? Well, I'd rather be remembered for being terrible, than not being remembered at all...Perhaps a pessimistic statement to make, but ah well. Romero's "The Facts in the Case of Mr. Valdemar" is somewhat dull, but the climax is pretty scary, and the dread levels are brought up high. Adrienne Barbeau is good in it too, even if her tits deliver a mediocre performance.Argento's "The Black Cat" is probably the most faithful "Black Cat" adaptation I've yet to see (even though I've seen only two others), delivering a creepy and disturbing, if a bit draggy, story. Harvey Keitel is suitably creepy as a disturbed photographer with a love for Mezcal and a hatred for titular cats.So, it's not bad, but I'll bet nothing here will stick with you past your first viewing. For Argento/Romero teamups, watch Dawn of the Dead, which... I assume you've seen if you had any interest in watching this movie.
Olly H (mx) wrote: not really my kind of movie...but a very nice acting by miss maclaine
Andrew S (br) wrote: Best movie ever made hands down no questions about it.
Daniel v (ca) wrote: Nice Charles Bronson movie and especially the great final ending, that's the orginal way to finish gangsters (not with bullets but with a great 'boom').
Mary B (nl) wrote: Definitely got me addicted from the start! A very well executed film with brilliant actors 'Candy' (Abbie Cornish) and 'Dan' (Heath Ledger) that take us through the ups and downs of their love-life and addiction as junkies.
Gabriel C (de) wrote: Weak acting, abysmal writing, and some misogynistic overtones make FSOG a chore to watch on any screen.
Jace A (es) wrote: God awful, and unfortunately i bought it. The wife chose it and then decided to pretty much stop watching it half way through. Can't really blame her. God it's bad. Poor acting, poor story, poor effects, POOR. The bad guy is the lad in Transformers 2 as well. Just give it such a wide birth. TOSS!
Louis M (au) wrote: Gonna watch it tonight and see if it is good.
Dave C (ru) wrote: One of my favourites
Jenn M (ca) wrote: This was absolutely ridiculous. Turned it off halfway through, just couldn't take it anymore