In 1987 during the time of war, bus driver George Lennox encounters an exile named Carla and is soon impressive by her sad life: her back is scarred, her family dispersed, her lover missing, and she is about to suicide. While trying to help the hapless women, George gradually grow a feeling to her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Walter M (fr) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"9 Star Hotel" is a documentary about a group of Palestinian itinerant workers who illegally cross over from the West Bank into Israel to work on the building of a city. Like other migrant workers around the globe, there is little work at home and they make the hard journey to support their families at home.(Some even work two jobs or find other ways to supplement their income.) But here, there is also the spectre of the Arab-Israeli conflict hanging over them, along with the Security Wall on the horizon which will make their crossings nearly impossible. These workers live in makeshift dwellings, sometimes even sleeping in the open air, all the while keeping an eye out for Israeli patrols.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]What separates "9 Star Hotel" from other documentaries of its type is the level of access the filmmakers have with these men and the level of risk they take on themselves.(In a couple of sequences, it seems like the cameraman is running as hard as everybody else.) The movie is shot in a verite style, watching and listening to the men as they tell their individual stories without commenting. [/font]
Monet J (us) wrote: The description says it all. I was kinda glad when it ended.
Giffy G (gb) wrote: I can honestly see this movie becoming a guilty pleasure of mine. First of all, yes, I saw this movie because David Boreanaz is in it. Sue me. I was surprised how entertained I was by this movie, though. I severely disliked the way the female characters competed with each other, but upon further reflection I realized that no character in this movie was entirely morally upright. Not an amazing movie, but entertaining with plenty of eye candy.
gary t (mx) wrote: wow umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a great movie 2 watch....its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie...i think that robert lang, millicent martin, michael culkin, marcia warren, lorcan o toole. joan plowright, anna massey, clare higgins, gerogina hale, rupert friend play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this heart-warming drama movie....i think that this is just a brilliant movie 2 watch its got a fantastic cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie....this is just such a heart warming movie 2 watch n its absolutley brilliant movie 2 watch
Chloe B (kr) wrote: A good plot with good characters
Trevor H (ca) wrote: Disappointing. I had heard a lot about it but it didn't grab my attention, I didn't think much of the acting, and not a lot of interest happens.
Max B (ca) wrote: Renner channels Dahmer with eerie perfection. In what might have been a by the numbers "based on a true story" afternoon movie, he imbues the character with enough depth to keep us locked in cover to cover.
Sean D (ca) wrote: I believe I'll enhance my viewing experience by indulging on a fatty before hand. Far out.
Doctor S (au) wrote: Slow moving, low-key, low return French thriller (of sorts) follows rich playboy Harry's peculiar obsession with the long-dormant writing talents of a former schoolmate as he infiltrates his current family life. While I was modestly intrigued about where the paths would lead, the final half hour finds the characters reacting implausibly and the payoff is minimal, which is ironically suitable for this minimalist approach, and therefore the resulting disappointment precludes a recommendation. I have no doubt the dubbed version I saw was a hindrance as the voice acting, particularly for Harry's schoolmate, was hollow, but on the other hand I can't see any instances where there should've been fireworks.
Jeremy S (es) wrote: But not on the screen. Saw this on a bus. Every bit as good as the type of film one would generally see on a bus.
Jennifer D (us) wrote: These critics are stupid and gay and should die. I've always thought that and always will think that. How do you even get a job as a critic? Especially when these people could be doing things that would actually be beneficial to society instead of just contributing midless effort inside an eloguently written piece of trash review. And what has our society come to that we need the sole opinion of, let's face it, brainless idiots to make up our mind about if we like or dislike something. Like I said, die die die. Garbage.
Blais E (jp) wrote: Stupendous romantic comedy/drama detailing the intense & difficult relationship between a young blind man (Edward Albert, son of "Green Acres"' Eddie Albert-) and his formidably-domineering, over-protective, yet loving mother (An astounding performance by character actress Eileen Heckart, who won an Oscar for this role-), set in the early 1970's, in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco. Enter goofy-&-gorgeous free-spirited & chirpy flower-child Goldie Hawn (In a role that seems tailor-made for her eccentrically-effervescent persona-) to turn their world completely upside-down, & point Albert in the direction of independence. Hawn is sexy & enchanting here, spending the majority of the film clad only in bra-and-panties (Girl-watchers rejoice!), cavorting around Albert's apartment with reckless abandon. An alternately very comical & vastly-moving film with great performances throughout, with Heckart in the role of her career. A little preachy at times & somewhat dated, what with its rampant Hippie-philosophiy & sensibilities, but mostly still very relevant & extremely entertaining. Look for early appearances by Paul Michael Glaser ("Starsky" of TV fame-) & Michael Warren, Officer Hill on "Hill Street Blues".
andi dul r (fr) wrote: saya bingung soal alur film ini yang tidak begitu menarik, tidak ada ketegangan sama sekali dan twistnya pun biasa saja.
James G (kr) wrote: Very good film with deep topic.