Irreverent adaptation of great writer Machado de Assis's masterpiece "Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas" ("Brás Cubas's Posthumous Memories"). A dead man tells about his love life and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Irreverent adaptation of great writer Machado de Assis's masterpiece "Memórias Póstumas de Brás Cubas" ("Brás Cubas's Posthumous Memories"). A dead man tells about his love life and ...
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Tucker S (nl) wrote: The 90s version of animal house. Piven will have you laughing.
Natasha B (us) wrote: A brilliant adaptation of the film! Very good indeed!
Royce K (mx) wrote: Not usually something I would watch, but Oldman is great
Jonathan S (gb) wrote: It's pretty awesome in its own stupid way. Using his training in karate and gymnastics our protagonist must survive "The Game" and get the girl.
Walter M (au) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]Directed by Peter Yates, "John and Mary" starts on a wonderfully simple note. A man(Dustin Hoffman) and a woman(Mia Farrow) wake up in bed together on a Saturday morning. That first impression is only the beginning of an incisive exploration of the relationship between the two genders. The irony of this particular situation is that the two people involved had sex but that is all they know of each other, having just met. So, clues are just as important as anything they might say to form their opinions of each other.(Confirmed by their inner thoughts which are overheard by the viewer.) For example, what does the apartment say about the person living there?[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]Since the man and the woman meet while discussing "Weekend," then it should come as no surprise that the movie has a very unorthodox structure despite its static setting of the apartment. The movie flashes back to a definite past while imagining what the future may bring. Of special concern is how long the woman will stay, compared to how much the man wants her to stay. What is always true is that men will always try to impress women by how much they think they know about music.[/font]
Byron B (nl) wrote: won best British film from BAFTA
Jennifer T (ca) wrote: Horrible. Pretty sure this film had a budget of about $45. I've seen 10 year olds make better horror movies.
Hunter W (ca) wrote: It's a bit too long, but likewise dramatic to a fault; Titanic works most thanks to the chemistry of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
Hunter M (jp) wrote: Not my favorite toy story movie but very rememberable.
Garry A (it) wrote: Beautifully shot and acted. Equal parts funny and sadistic.