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A man switches plane tickets with another man who dies in that plane in a crash. The man falls in love with the deceased one's wife.

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Eduardo B (ca) wrote: Cast Away meets Weekend at Bernie's, on acid. Certainly not for everyone, but if you want a funny and whimsical adventure about friendship, then look no further. Farts included.

Denise S (de) wrote: Sometimes there's a reason the same boy meets girl formula is used...it works for so much more

Jonathan D (jp) wrote: REVIEW (GRADE: D+) A rare double-misfire by director Clint Eastwood and star Matt Damon, Hereafter opens with one of the most gripping scenes I've ever witnessed: a tsunami sweeps through a resort town, with buildings, cars, and people swept up in a massive tidal wave. Initially similar to scenes in various disaster films, Eastwood shows his talent as a director when he scales down from massive special-effects-driven destruction and follows one person as she struggles for life against the current and debris. It's a harrowing, realistic scene, effectively opening with a bang a film that sadly whimpers along for the rest of its running time. Essentially a feature-length promo for psychic mediums with a few blatantly anti-Christian overtones, Hereafter is flatly-written, sluggishly-paced, and dramatically unsatisfying. To their credit, the actors do the best they can with the meandering script, and a few scenes are emotionally effective, but the end result is underwhelming and unfocused.CONTENT OVERVIEW: Hereafter is rated PG-13. It contains intense, but not graphic, depictions of a natural disaster and a terrorist attack. There is a moderate amount of foul language, including one f-word. It is implied that a man and a woman are having a sexual relationship, and both are briefly scene in their underwear in a hotel room (it is morning and they are waking up/getting dressed).MESSAGES TO DISCUSS: Do family relationships continue beyond the grave?

Gary F (mx) wrote: i never saw this this function just works so badly i have to abuse it

Bruno V (kr) wrote: Great one ! The Rocky for Divers , Great acting again by De Niro and also Cuba Gooding Jr. Movie stays fun to see ! My 32th De Niro- Movie . SOMDVD

Brando R (ca) wrote: After watching the trailer for this, it was difficult to expect this movie to match expectations. Upon viewing, I feel confident in saying it's absolutely worthwhile. T reminds me of a blaxploitation version of Harry Callahan -- a badass with his ear to the streets and gets the right thing done in spite of the rules. Of course, the other big difference between T and Harry: Harry only has his 45 Magnum, while T has two guns -- one gun to stop trouble, and another to start it.

Stuart K (au) wrote: Sam Peckinpah had found box-office success for The Wild Bunch (1969), but after falling out with Warner Bros. over The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970), he lost out on the chance to make Deliverance (1972). Looking for something to make, he was offered this adaptation of The Siege of Trencher's Farm by Gordon M. Williams, it was set in England, but it was perfect material for Peckinpah, and it's a suspenseful thriller too. In the West Country of Cornwell, American mathematician David Sumner (Dustin Hoffman) moves to the village where his English wife Amy (Susan George) grew up in. He just wants peace for him to his academic work, and there is tension between the couple as he wants to work, but she wants fun. However, some of the locals, including Chris Cawsey (Jim Norton), Norman Scutt (Ken Hutchison) and Charlie Venner (Del Henney) have been renovating the farmhouse and adjoining barn. But, they taunt David for being so immersed in his studies, and some strange things happen. But after Amy is raped and the locals turn on David, he snaps and becomes heroic to save his home. It opens up the main debate of how far one would go to defend their own home from people bringing violence against it. Peckinpah assembles a good little who's who of British film and TV to act as the villagers, good and bad, but the final half hour which see's Hoffman go from meek geek to violent defender is gripping and exciting.

Christopher K (br) wrote: One of the better movie adaptations of a video game

Emilie B (it) wrote: The filmmaker has translated a poetic memoir into film. Certain adjustments were necessary - material elided or invented - but on the whole it is true to the written account. What is missing is Arenas' particular sense of humor, and also his very specific way of setting down facts - a poetry of specificity, in fact. Still, it's a serious and successful account of an important writer. Recommended to all who have an interest in poetry, the Cuban revolution, and human rights.

Morgan F (us) wrote: Just watched this movie for the first time today (as part of my Halloween movie marathon), and I will definitely be making a tradition out of it.

Smackdown G (ru) wrote: Favourite movie as a kid