A dying Doctor, who plans to check out on his own terms, takes a reluctant detour when he inadvertently winds up on the lam with an 'anything-but-normal' 22-year-old girl. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cas & Dylan
A dying Doctor, who plans to check out on his own terms, takes a reluctant detour when he inadvertently winds up on the lam with an 'anything-but-normal' 22-year-old girl.
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Alexander L (gb) wrote: Hilarious and very perceptive. Breaks the usual canto romcom mold but is an excellent primer on urban life in Hong Kong.
Miles W (it) wrote: I bought the album 30 seconds after
Janette R (de) wrote: A strange story about a group of psychotic people.
Don R (ag) wrote: I was ready for a spiritual high or a heart warming message about Christmas, but, what I got was a story with great potential, which also left me puzzled about just what happened. I finished the movie with these questions in mind... Who the were the boys in the picture at which "Jack" kept looking? There was a fair resemblance in appearance between "Jack" and the "Reverend" and I expected the search for his parents to include the idea that the boys in the picture were seperated at birth and found each other with the arrival of "Jack" in the small Texas town of Sweetwater. But noooooo... it never happened. Why was the sheriff such a pain? Was he the father? Why did the Judge at first say that he could not help and then did help? Now "Jack" was going to Dallas, how did he decide to go to Clearwater? A premonition? Why didn't the wife tell the jerk husband who insisted on working Christmas Eve, that she was preqnant BEFORE he left for Texas?..instead of after? OK, the wood carver was going to become the great-grandfather, so why all the mystery who the father was? Great acting by Meg Fellows, the lady inn keeper, the sheriff and the archives christmas lady. But why did the black lady be-friend the journalist from Chicago? Unreal. Sorry, I like my fiction to be a little reaslistic or within the realm of possibility. This was neither. There were too many happy people bending over backwards to help a Yankee out-of-towner. I did like the southern drawl which added some realism to the movie. Yes, Max Lucado is living in Texas, so I understand him choosing Texas as the setting for the search. This was my least favorite story by Max Lucado.
Asif K (mx) wrote: A fun Bollywood themed film, some very entertaining musical numbers. It?s all very familiar but it is well done. I enjoyed the cast. It?s nothing great but it entertains along the way. A good film to watch.
Tim F (ru) wrote: Very cool way to look at the job of a DEA agent! good movie, good cast!
Prime P (jp) wrote: An alright movie, some humor. Wouldn't necessarily recommend it but i won't tell you to stay away.
Lamar W (kr) wrote: House burger nigga this show is so fucking funny I was laughing the whole fucking time I couldn't stop laughing me busting up laughing this shit is funny its mother fucker came raw as fuck for real for real for real and check this shit out you want to fucking die it is so fucking funny n is fucking funny I give this movie 5 stars because yes it made me laugh throughout there wasn't a dry moment
WS W (jp) wrote: It might be some kind of controversial piece back then in the early 1980s. By re-watching it tonight, shamefully just found flaws were all over the place.
Antonius B (ru) wrote: Audrey Hepburn burst onto the movie scene with this film, her first role. She plays an English Princess traveling in Rome who is bored with her official duties and the tight schedule she's on. One night after getting a tranquilizer to calm her from the stress of it all, she sneaks away into the streets of Rome. She's found by a newspaperman played by Gregory Peck, who takes her to his place to sleep it off. When he finds out who she really is, he realizes he's on top of a gold mine of a story, and enlists his photographer friend (Eddie Albert) to get candid shots of the two while they sightsee. Hepburn and Peck are such an attractive couple, and director William Wyler gets lots of beautiful shots of Rome, including the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Castel Sant'Angelo, and of course the classic scene they have at the Bocca della Verit. It all makes for a very romantic film. Hepburn played her part perfectly, expressing frustration and joy with such economy, as well as the restraint that comes from being a royal. Among several others, the scene with her getting her hair cut short is captivating, and it's no wonder that she won an Oscar for her performance. Peck's performance is also excellent, and Eddie Albert pulls off the part of a young rogue quite well despite being 47 at the time. I won't spoil the ending, except to say it's touching and poignant, and so perfectly shot in the Palazzo Colonna. At the end of the day this is 'just a romantic comedy', with its share of silliness, but it's so mature and magical, and with these stars in this setting, it stands head and shoulders above so many others.
Emily D (br) wrote: It was funny! Bugsy's eyes! Oh. My. God. So freaky!
Vaughan M (de) wrote: What a weird movie. It was ok I guess, but I didn't like the casting of Julianne Moore- she's been in too many similar roles before.