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Gray Wheeler just lost everything. But it could be the best thing that ever happened to her. After the death of her fiancé, Gray moves in with her late love's best friends. While Sam and Dennis do their best to cheer Gray up, Fritz doesn't seem to care. Once Gray breaks through Fritz's defenses, however, she finally sees why her fiancé thought so highly of him. As they spend more time together, Gray learns that her chances for love have not died out with her fiancé. But when some surprise guests show up on their doorstep, it'll take the love of all of her new friends to help Gray learn that life may be messy, but love is messier.
- Stars:Jennifer Garner, Timothy Olyphant, Sam Jaeger, Kevin Smith, Juliette Lewis, Joshua Friesen, Fiona Shaw, Tina Lifford, Georgia Craig, Christopher Redman, Joyce Krenz, Sonja Bennett, Yorgo Constantine, Dan Parker, Nancy Hower,
- Director:Susannah Grant,
- Writer:Susannah Grant
A woman struggles to accept the death of her fiancé and the secrets he kept from her as she rebuilds her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: Gay-themed Israeli movies are no longer a novelty. With their increased popularity, especially among the film festival circuits, they more often than not lean towards the political, combining regional conflict with romance, normally doomed as a result of its implications. OUT IN THE DARK is no different except that its schematic nature insists on educating the purportedly ignorant audience as to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict which is a the heart of this forbidden love story. Almost everything is spelled out for us. Still - as a result - from start to finish, OITD is gripping and its suspense-laden drama has a sense of topical urgency. The drawback here is that there's little to no subtlety and however authentic it tries to be it feels no different than an average episode of REVENGE.
(es) wrote: Interesting Cute Pretty
(gb) wrote: There are some really funny jokes, but the story is awful.
(de) wrote: anything but fantastic,but was FART PLEASINGLY DECENT with good laughable sayings.
(us) wrote: Didn't enjoy watching this movie at all.
(br) wrote: Honestly, most of the characters in this film seemed rather obnoxious and irritating. SLC Punk lacks punk ideologies and feels about as authentic as Hot Topic stores.
(it) wrote: Campy and silly, "To Wong Foo" may have dated costumes but it still holds up in the fun department.
(au) wrote: I believe Dario Argento sees his pictures as fairly serious horror thrillers but each one does have elements of insanity. These such sequences in 'Phenomena' just about make putting up with the poor acting and unusual score worthwhile.
(au) wrote: Why is is that certain stars fade from our memory while others linger more firmly? This is what I ask myself after watching IN NAME ONLY (John Cromwell, RKO, 1939). I ask myself this because this film is maybe the second or third film I have seen with Carole Lombard as the female lead and it puzzles me why she isn't remembered quite the same way as other great stars of her time. She was just as big as any star from the era, made many memorable films with her playing amazing roles. But many more people remember Katherine or Audrey Hepburn. They know Monroe or Dietrich. It seems that Lombard is forgotten some and for me this is a shame.Because IN NAME ONLY she shines like no other. From the very first shot of the film as she clumsily fails at fishing we are captivated by her amazing grace, subtle beauty and an innate likability that resides within her and her performances. She is beautiful, though not overly so and she definitely resembles the theories archetype of femininity. She holds herself with style and grace, much like the later Audrey Hepburn and I feel there exists to an ease in which we relate to her, adding to her charm. And her performance in this film is really good, matching all they way with her two co-stars.Cary Grant and Kay Francis co-star in the film and both give tremendous performances. Grant, always the gentlemen we all aspire to be, gives his normal top class. There is not a role he does that doesn't exude his persona (although his best roles are his comedic ones). And Kay Francis is spectacular as the jilted wife Maeda, struggling to remain in a marriage of status, all she desires in life. Her performance is cunning and ruthless, cold and aloof all at the same time. The narrative to the film is quite good. It is romantic and endearing; at times funny and of course it hits the methodology of a romantic comedy quite well. I compare it favorably to LOVE AFFAIR (Leo McCarey, RKO, 1939) and can only surmise that the often interminable sadness which accompanies that film makes it so it is remembered more romantically when compared to IN NAME ONLY. One is just as good as the other, to me.
(fr) wrote: "Crimson Tide" is an above average submarine film, which is no doubt due to the skills of director Tony Scott and uncredited screenwriter Quentin Tarantino, who's influence is seen throughout this film.Gene Hackman and Denzel Washington both embody their characters extremely well - Washington as an analytical academic officer, and Hackman as an old-school shoot-first officer, both working to avert nuclear war between Russia and the United States of America.The film is also helped along by some snappy action sequences, some suspenseful confrontations among the crew, and supporting roles from the likes of Viggo Mortensen and James Gandolfini.A good film.