An elderly businessman is about to marry someone old enough to be his daughter who is under the impression that he saved her from drowning. Obviously, things get complicated when the girl's ex and actual savior show up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bröstsim & gubbsjuka
An elderly businessman is about to marry someone old enough to be his daughter who is under the impression that he saved her from drowning. Obviously, things get complicated when the girl's ex and actual savior show up.
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Twan V (mx) wrote: A fun movie with great acting. Especially Mel Gibson's part in the move was amazing
Nolan B (es) wrote: first one had a better story to cover but this one still had me nerding out.
Wes S (fr) wrote: In the vein of psycho (but without all the bloodshed), this film shows a first-hand and introspective look into the life of a very disturbed man who routinely acts out his disturbing, and seemingly schizophrenic, pattern of playing the role of both himself and his female alter ego. It's an unnerving and strange film to say the least, bu Cillian Murphy plays the role brilliantly.
Eric P (ru) wrote: Boll is running out of ideas copying the story from his film "Bluberella" and it still not like the video game it came from
John R (mx) wrote: How can Michael Madsen go from this to the H8ful Eight?
Asma F (jp) wrote: another best work by tabu
Stephanie J (de) wrote: worst movie I've seen in a long time.
Jasmine J (mx) wrote: Gr8 movie. The first thing thats comes to mind is... "It's time to get live its time to represent! Sunset park what times is it?"
Jr L (br) wrote: pretty good, actually its pg-13
Katie R (fr) wrote: Unfortunately, huge chunks of this film are lost, but it has been partially restored using stills and screenplay excerpts. What remains is a very good Swanson vehicle.
Eric H (au) wrote: I thought it was a good movie. Maybe not the best but by far the worst.
Michelle Kontny K (ru) wrote: SpEnTaCulaR, moves with life, a little surreal though
Karsh D (ru) wrote: Group of teenagers head into the woods for a wild adventure....and encounter bigfoot.....Poor!
Logan M (de) wrote: Toe-tapping good and very original.
Gordon H (jp) wrote: I Love This Movie!Originally Written December 12, 2002--The sequel to the Golden Globe-nominated and AFI Award-winning 'The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring,' 'The Two Towers' follows the continuing quest of Frodo (Elijah Wood) and the Fellowship to destroy the One Ring. Frodo and Sam (Sean Astin) discover they are being followed by the mysterious Gollum (Andy Serkis). Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen), the Elf archer Legolas (Orlando Bloom), and Gimli the Dwarf (John Rhys-Davies) encounter the besieged Rohan kingdom, whose once great King Theoden (Bernard Hill) has fallen under Saruman's (Christopher Lee) deadly spell. Meanwhile, a mysterious new wizard makes an unexpected appearance.Oh wow how I love this movie! All of the characters I loved reading about in Tolkien's classic novels are brought to life on the big screen in this incredible new chapter in the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy. From the cinematography to the costumes to the spot on performances of the actors, this movie rocks! I have been waiting for more than twenty years for someone to make a faithful adaptation of this story. Peter Jackson, you have made the little boy still inside of me thrill with these movies! Walking and talking Ents! Holy cow! Five stars!
Pam R (ca) wrote: I honestly couldn't wait for this to be over. It had a slow pace, five-second stills of the ground, the woods, and the fields, and long stretches where the characters were walking, running, or driving. Or just sitting there doing nothing. And worst of all, no closed-captioning so I could watch it at a faster pace. I got to the end and couldn't decide what made me more upset--that the ending made no sense, or that I lost two hours and five minutes of my life I'll never get back. The only reason it gets two stars instead of one is that the acting is superb and believable, the setting realistic, and the dialog snappy. But the pace and plot leave much to be desired.