Certain People

Certain People

A small group of friends are gathered at Katinka's summer house to celebrate her birthday. The guests are all in their thirties, upper class, art world, liberal humanitarian bohemians. They...

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Kevin W (mx) wrote: Predicted rating: 4.5

Jason B (it) wrote: This is a ghost story of epic proportions, a classic in the making, and a must see for any horror fan.

Matt G (mx) wrote: Meditation created as film. Never really felt before the sensation that this offered. If you can let go of yourself, exist in the time/space that the filmmaker provides, let these images/feelings wash over you, it is a tranquil experience. Also, I kind of believe in past/future lives now.

Anthony R (gb) wrote: This is a great movie, very inspirational, very well performed, it's one of the recent best.

Janet G (kr) wrote: This a excellent movie, love the way the story is told in it.

lucia c (it) wrote: c diana... god damn, you fuck, oh jesus, oh sweet god letme die, please let me die... ill kill you bastard , ill kill you!!

Hikaru I (ca) wrote: I watched this a lot as a kid so I have a fondness for it. It's actually pretty smart for a kid's movie.

Lesa H (br) wrote: Seen it over 100 times, one of my all time favorites

xGary X (ag) wrote: A private eye is hired by an ex-con to find his old girlfriend but gets sidetracked when a man who hires him as a bodyguard is murdered for a precious jade necklace. Murder My Sweet is one of those Noirs that ticks ALL the boxes. I must admit that I prefer Bogart's more mercenary and intense Marlowe but Dick Powell's more jaunty approach still works, especially when teamed up with Claire Trevor's deliciously amoral femme fatale. The script stays faithful to Chandler's hard boiled dialogue and there are also some really nice directorial touches in the vein of Hitchcock, notably during the scenes when a drug addled Marlowe escapes from the clutches of an insidious doctor and the cinematography pretty much wrote the book for every Noir that followed. It takes a little concentration to keep track of all the balls Marlowe has to keep in the air, but it's a satisfying mystery that oozes classic style. Not in the same league as The Maltese Falcon or The Big Sleep, but one of the standards nevertheless.

Arslan K (gb) wrote: Magnificent film with am amazing dialogue. What amazes me is how different this movie was. The fourth wall breaking or the messed up timeline or even the weirdness of it. This film was very ahead of its time and gave us tricks and storytelling ways we use in cinema today.

Peter E (ag) wrote: I felt it was an allegory of Nazi Germany, made even more poignant as a result of the time and place of the setting. It has a dream like stagey feel that I think suits the seriousness of the content.

Anthony L (mx) wrote: Hot tub time machine isn't particularly funny although it has its moments. I really liked its attitude though, it didn't waste any time on back storeys or character development, it just got on with it - quite relentlessly actually. Part of the story was predictable but it's best selling point is that it doesn't even try to be preachy or have a moral to it, it is what it is. Recommended as something original with a couple of laughs.

Andrei D (jp) wrote: Weird Campbell Scott! Dar cam att