In the 1950s Odessa a charming woman is running an underground brothel. She's tired of the business hassles and is dreaming about having a family. Finally the destiny gives her a chance, but there's no way out. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In the 1950s Odessa a charming woman is running an underground brothel. She's tired of the business hassles and is dreaming about having a family. Finally the destiny gives her a chance, but there's no way out.
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Eleanor E (ru) wrote: I really really enjoyed the movie. Watched it Netflix via Roku. I'd give it a 5 stars.Wish there were more movies that provided a happy feel. Characters were well developed.
Josh A (fr) wrote: The lack of an even remotely funny script is pretty glaring, not to mention the fact that this appears to be the same exact script as Bushwhacked, yet it somehow manages to make Bushwhacked look like comedic genius. This is a pretty unfortunate blip on Oswalt's resume, and, if he's going to be the leading man, he's much more suited to dark, twisted humor than stupid comedy like this. David G. Green's involvement is also very questionable, as I'm not sure why he'd lend his name to this piece of garbage in any way.
Phil H (ru) wrote: Obvious homage to the spaghetti western and of course Mr Leone's work with Mr Eastwood but this made for TV film is really quite absurd and daft.Using Estevez for his 'Young Guns' fame was a neat move as he looks good as someone you wouldn't think of as a butch heroic sharp shooter but that's where it ends. For some reason Quintano decided to go over the top with his shooting scenes and blend the classic gunman approach with slow motion and ridiculous stunts much in the vein as John Woo.What you get is a reasonable western at times with sequences of hilariously bad and impossibly stupid stunts which show Estevez's character to be an invincible flying ninja who has eyes in his arse as he doesn't even have to look where he shooting.Its all a bit hokey, looks cheap and has Howie Long as a bad guy, nuff said.
Matt C (es) wrote: Meh. It was pretty stupid and unsure of itself, and almost as ridiculous as it was non-redeemingly convoluted. Neve Campbell was still great, but she's actually too good for the rest of it.
Matthew D (it) wrote: Filmed with a brutal authenticity, even if some details are changed from historical truth. There are fine performances all round but the power behind Spielberg's adaptation lies in making the people captured as slaves characters rather than MacGuffins, despite speaking nary a word of English and without subtitles.
Connor G (es) wrote: Much more entertaining than the first, and just worked better as a whole.
K D (au) wrote: I wish I could do that
Mike S (it) wrote: Ok. Imagine, in beautiful technicolor, a beautiful naked japanese nun being whipped, in slow motion, by her fellow nuns wielding boquets of roses. Petals slowly fly around her and she bleeds bright fake blood. That is the punishment for lesbianism! This movie has stunning cinematography and is a great pinku flick.
Alex G (jp) wrote: See it's a great plot about cop in a building with crimanals ??
Akiko A (au) wrote: A family secret in the Hollywood industry is slowly revealed when a young girl Agatha comes to town searching to make amends to her family. She meets a limo driver Jerome who is intrigued by her eccentric behavior. She tells Jerome the story of how Carrie Fisher met her online & she decided to come from Florida to see Holywood. An actress suffering from mid career crisis hires Agatha to be her assistant based on a recommencation by Carrie Fisher. John Cusack is Stafford who is a self help therapist who has a huge sucess and is married to Cristina who manages her son's acting career. Benjie is a recovering addict child star with a dufficult disposition. All of these lives are changed when a secret hidden for many years surfaces, destroying the thin veil of Hollywood fantasy revealing truths about the people who compete for a spot in the spotlight. Good film, twisted commentary about the inside lives of people in Hollyowood.