In 1928 Los Angeles, single mother Christine Collins (Angelina Jolie) takes on the LAPD to her own detriment when it stubbornly tries to pass off an obvious impostor as her missing child, while also refusing to give up hope that she will find him one day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Will K (mx) wrote: There's a ton of knock-off found footage films out there, "The Black Water Vampire" doesn't stray too far from what you've already seen before. It nearly takes every aspect of "The Blair Witch Project" and regurgitates it with a winter backdrop and throw in a vampire to the mix. Regardless of its unoriginality, I couldn't help but like it for what it was: a guilty pleasure film with a neat twist ending. It's a minor step up from the recent horror disaster that was "Devil's Due".
Lilian W (de) wrote: Very naive! Angelina is better as an actress than a director. And why for the life of me is a film about Bosnians and Serbs, with Bosnian and Serb Actors, be in English?!
Matt R (ru) wrote: ...& this is exactly why Kim Basinger no longer has a career... putrid.
Rebecca C (ru) wrote: Oh my god! It is the horror movie from the very near future! :O
Kelsey S (au) wrote: Great Movie. cool rebellion thing.
Jason S (au) wrote: Violent twisted fun. One of my all time favorite films and better than all the Hunger Games flicks combined.
Michael S (jp) wrote: Here is Woody at the end of his tether, a ninety-minute self-examination of yet another thinly disguised alter ego which he will repeatedly defend as not being a representation of himself. Harry Block, a fiercely monstrous man whose core struggle is that he has so severely seperated himself from his life and art as to make the two indistinguishable, has alienated several women over the course of the years, has ruined many of their lives, and sees his life as a complete and utter fuck-up. So it is indeed dark and I can also see why many people dislike this film especially above most of his other works. It does have so much in its favor though and has stood strong over the years as my favorite Allen film.It boasts one of the most impressive casts ever assembled for a film and given everyone something juicy to do. Judy Davis waving a gun around spewing obscenities ("You turn everyone's pain and suffering into gold, literary gold!"), Billy Crystal as the Devil ("Sure we get air conditioning down here, it fucks up the ozone layer!"), Richard Benjamin screwing Julia Louis Dreyfuss from behind in front of a blind grandmother, Kirstie Alley running around spewing obscenities ("So now you're blaming me because I don't go out with you enough, to meet strangers to FUCK?!"), Demi Moore giving thanks before blowing Stanley Tucci, Robin Williams as an out-of-focus blob, and Tobey Maguire as a doomed, adultering shoe salesman. It is definitely Allen's sharpest and angriest and most foul-mouthed, foul-deeded film yet. Employing well executed jump cutting to reflect the main character's fragmented self, a personality the equivalent of a broken mirror, we are dragged along the bumpy road as we jump in and out of stories from the character's past and his own works of fiction, which mirrors his life exactly. It is a confusing, hazy, prismatic film about disappointment, immaturity, and the struggle with whether a man's art can ever save him.
Ben R (au) wrote: If there's one thing I've learnt from the movies, it is that classic novels make for some of the greatest films ever made. Stories such as Gone With the Wind and Sense and Sensibility were perfect because of the magnificent story and character developments throughout, as if it were a novel that you could read in a few hours. With Howards End, we get the same feeling. It's not like watching a bunch of actors play characters in a movie. It's like reading a novel, and the characters are all their own and completely natural. It's a magnificent movie and one of the greatest adaptations from novel to film. It's a story that intertwines the lower, middle, and upper classes in an intriguing tale of love, pity, and pride. Margaret Schlegel (Emma Thompson) inadvertently gets involved in the affairs of the upper class Wilcox's after befriending the eldest of them, Ruth (Vanessa Redgrave). While her sister Helen (Helena Bonham Carter) gets involved in the affairs of a lower class man named Leonard Bast (Samuel West). It's a realistic portrait of how people acted in the 'late 19th/early 20th century'. Forget Downton Abbey, Howards End is a much more interesting story. The acting is perfect. Emma Thompson never misses a beat. Every line that is spoken is calculated, heartfelt, and believable. She deserved her Academy Award for Best Actress. Helena Bonham-Carter actually upstaged Thompson in this film, for she played the more passionate and fiery character. Anthony Hopkins and Vanessa Redgrave also gave perfect performances as the upper-classed Wilcox's, while Samuel Best gave a very sympathetic and likable performance as the lower class Leonard. I would call this a perfect film, however, it didn't always keep my interest. At times I was bored with the story, and frustrated with the characters. Sometimes I wish that film adaptations would include the main characters thoughts and feelings through narration. That way we can fully connect with them, and see them as real human beings. You never really get to know the characters as well as you want to, which unfortunately made me lose a little interest. Overall, Howards End is a brilliant story that is cast perfectly with well calculated performances. It contains brilliant costumes and cinematography, along with wonderful music to accompany it. You get transported into a time where the difference between classes are gigantic, and the women (no matter how intelligent or feminist they were) still felt the need to get married. Although we never fully connect or sympathize with the characters, it's still a beautiful film.
christopher y (us) wrote: Story of poles trying to settle in former German land that is now part of Poland just at the end of the war. For some reason, this pair picked a building that is almost uninhabitable. Unlike a previous reviewer stated, this building, was not 'bombed out'. Why they picked this dump, I don't know, probably a plot device. Many towns in east Germany, now Poland, had no war damage. So the mother has a serious leg injury that is infected so she stays in bed most of the movie. This is too bad, she's a better actress than the woman who portrays her daughter. The daughter, who is suppose to love painting but is only shown painting once, in an abandoned car. Why would someone paint in an abandoned car? She meets an American soldier because he's about to take a leak in thru the car window she's painting in before he realizes she's in there painting. Yes, that was the scene! Meanwhile, she bakes a couple cakes for money but thugs break in, molest her and steal their money. The American soldier, who seems to be able to take the jeep out for a spin at whim, is an American actor of dubious talent, unable to portray strength and has no charisma. Where did they find this guy? They actually have a couple dates if you can believe it. This is entirely implausible considering the circumstances. The movie continues with characters making choices that are not true to human nature in dire times.
J K (ru) wrote: You'd think with this comedic talent that this would be funny. But it's really a sad story.
Patricia George (ca) wrote: The best movie I have ever seen!27 years later I still laugh as hard as I did the first time I saw it. Truly a classic.
Jc T (ca) wrote: Space Jam is known to be everyone's favorite back in the 90's, but to the early 2000's lead to some disappointment to the film. The film should've been added more sequences than it should be. The movie would've been always good if it was all animated. The only thing that deserves some good things is the music (such as Seal - Fly like an Eagle, R. Kelly - I Believe I can Fly, Monica - For You I Will, etc.) and the new character, Lola Bunny. (Lola Bunny was nice being introduced to us, but not judging the way she looks, her personality is inappropriate to young audiences.)