Eunice is walking along the highways of northern England from one filling station to another. She is searching for Judith, the woman, she says to be in love with. It's bad luck for the women at the cash desk not to be Judith, because Eunice is eccentric, angry and extreme dangerous. One day she meets Miriam, hard of hearing and a little ingenuous, who feels sympathy for Eunice and takes her home. Miriam is very impressed by Eunice's fierceness and willfulness and follows her on the search for Judith. Shocked by Eunice's cruelty she tries to make her a better person, but she looses ground herself.
Writer:Frank Cottrell Boyce, Frank Cottrell Boyce (idea), Michael Winterbottom (idea)
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Cody L (us) wrote: Wow. This movie doesn't even try to be original. It essentially takes the plot of The Ring 1 & 2 minus the videotape/curse and uses it in a haunted house story. Predictable all the way through. It was amusing watching it because of its unoriginality though. As far as the acting, it was pretty bad except for the actress who played the youngest daughter and Kay Panabaker had some decent moments. Oh and of course there's a black woman friend who they bring in to "rid" the house.
Michael M (us) wrote: I love loud over the top comedy, but I also appreciate something like this which is much quieter but equally as funny. John C. Reilly is pretty much the goofiest looking person in Hollywood and he's excellent in this movie. Jonah Hill is as well. Probably never heard of this movie, but it's definitely worth 90 minutes of your life.
Marah R (br) wrote: Slightly entertaining with its down to earth cast and genuine performances.
Bram T (kr) wrote: This is the best movie of the 21st century. Kevin James deserved an Oscar for best fupa. The segway also was the best inanimate object in a movie since Wilson the volleyball from Castaway since being able to handle all that weight is quite an achievement. 10/10 golden movie stars
Andrew K (es) wrote: Neo-noir meets the hierarchy of high school ... and it works. Very nicely done.
Ashley T (es) wrote: As intriguing as it is disturbing, with a heavy-handed yet poetic script. Agnes Bruckner is an incredible talent, I'm amazed that she isn't famous yet. David Strathairn, always reliable, plays a brilliantly complex character you can't decide whether to like or not. Karen Moncrieff shows great promise with this debut feature, I can't wait to see what she does next.
Mikko K (es) wrote: siis mita vittua taas. milla jovovich ei ikina ottas itelleen tollasta apinan nakosta miesta. sama kun seuraavan terminatorleffan terminatorina olisi martti suosalo. eli elokuvan uskottavuus karisi jo heti alussa. ja tarina oli paska. ja denise richards ei osaa naytella edes vahan alusta. tohon pikkuapinan tilalle joku komea ja karismaattinen mies niin leffalla olis edes jotain toivoa. mutta talla kokoonpanolla vain arsytti. ja mita vittua, miten talle on monet antanu jotain viitta tahtea. siis joku jarki tahanki hommaan, en antais viitta tahtea vaikka loytaisin ne tahdet koiranpaskan seasta ja joku maksaisi minulle siita. hauskinta leffassa oli sen suomennos, pohkona pihkassa. tsemppia suomentajalle, olet varmasti jossain muussa hyva. kiitos nelonen tastakin elokuvaelamyksesta.
Steven C (br) wrote: "Dr. T & The Women" is a very underrated film from Robert Altman. While it's far from his best work and the comedy is much broader than his other films from the 00s, it's still immensely enjoyable. At it's heart, this is a film about women and how wild and unpredictable they can be. The film ends with a tornado, so the symbolism can get a bit heavy handed. Thankfully, Altman uses his trademark overlapping dialogue to great effect and he pulls out some lovely and funny performances from all the women and especially an understated Richard Gere. Like we saw with "Nashville," "Short Cuts" and now "Dr. T & The Women," this is a film about a city. Altman understands what makes Dallas tick as much as he got Nashville and Los Angeles. Don't go into this film thinking it's a romantic comedy, like many do, because it's far from it.
deana p (gb) wrote: definetly different!! best necrophilia flick I've seen!!YIKES!!
James M (ru) wrote: A weak sequel with poor jokes and an annoying Rosie O'Donnell performance.
victor l (au) wrote: The film is worth a watch thanks to Susan Sarandon's outstanding performance as Nora Baker, a character which keeps some similarities to the real Nora Jean Baker (Marilyn Monroe). Sarandon plays a tough and sexy woman, a wild but vulnerable one, that pretends to be aggressive to hide a life of suffering. She falls in love with Max, a young man who recently lost his wife. A story that began with just sex, ended in a touching love story. Luis Mandoki did a fine job directing this movie.
Michael R (br) wrote: The best movie ever made. End of story.
Penelope D (de) wrote: The theme tune was by Marianne Faithful, The ballad of Lucy Jordan, this was an excellent and unforgetable movie for me.
Antonia C (mx) wrote: One of the most indimenticabile (unforgettable) Film made of some atrocity in war war 2.
Suellen P (br) wrote: Interesting to see Dietrich as a secret agent. Cold as ever and extremelly talented acting skills! Very interesting movie.
Rachel D (fr) wrote: Love this type of animation! Really good action film. I thought Tin Tin was a child so was bit surprised when saw him shooting people!!!
Joe M (mx) wrote: Has the unfortunate timing of being released within months of Birdman. It's also unfortunate for The Humbling that Birdman is a superior film in every way.On the bright side, it's good to see Pacino giving a damn again. This is his best performance in years.
Rotimer J (es) wrote: A remarkably fresh tale. Well executed and well acted.