Cleopatra Jones

Cleopatra Jones

Cleopatra Jones is a United States Special Agent assigned to crack down on drug-trafficking in the U.S. and abroad. After she burns a Turkish poppy field, the notorious drug-lord Mommy is furious at the loss of her supply and vows to destroy Cleopatra Jones.

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Eric G (ag) wrote: Directed by Paul Weitz and staring Paul Rudd, Tina Fey, Nat Wolff & Lily Tomlin Admission is an adaptation of Jean Hanff Korelitz's novel of the same name.The premise is about a Princeton admissions officer who is up for a major promotion takes a professional risk after she meets a college-bound alternative school kid who just might be the son she gave up years ago in a secret adoption. Review: Tina Fey's character Portia is very interesting, her life is monotonous and predictable, she's the opposite of her mom, who is brilliantly played by Lily Tomlin. Portia is almost obsessed by the idea of not turning into her free spirited mother, so she has one of those boring, perfectly controlled life, and it made for an interesting journey when everything started to crumble.The movie is not as predictive as I expected it to be. It's not the best movie ever but it has its charms, and feels very realistic at times. Obviously with Tina Fey and Paul Rudd there is some comic relief but giving the premise it would have been foolish to expect a full on comedy - that would have been a mistake - so the movie is a little bit of both a drama and a comedy with some romance thrown into it. It has a British feel to it but giving that it's an American film it seems a bit off.Admission is a quirky little film with a lot of charms and a British flair about it. I enjoyed it. @wornoutspines

WS W (es) wrote: Jolie's screenplay + directorial debut for a fictional feature. Good intentions (I guess) but mediocre.

Gianluca B (jp) wrote: Ennesima versione de "il ritorno alle radici", "i valori familiari" e il classico road movie, delicato e ben fatto, tenero, ma non appassiona realmente.

Karsh D (gb) wrote: a survivor of child abuse takes her revenge but unleashes a new hell

Ellen T (us) wrote: Same ole horror format...dead coming back for revenge. Poor Tom Sizemore he sure gets shitty parts.

Luis L (us) wrote: meryl streep awesome...

Kristin R (gb) wrote: Not bad. Still shows just how prejudice the church is. Good ending.

Carlson C (fr) wrote: En av de bsta filmer jag har sett. Vldigt roligt !!

Calum B (br) wrote: Perhaps. I must say that "Cinderella II: Dreams Come True" is one of the worst movies ever made. First of all, the movie was made during the height of Disney's sequel rampage. It was created around the same time as "The Little Mermaid II," "The Jungle Book II," and "Peter Pan II," all of which were disservices to their original film classics. (Disney also made "The Hunchback of Notre Dame II" and "Atlantis II," but I'm going to drop that topic because their original movies were never really classics in the first place.") Let me go ahead and say that I am an avid supporter of good Disney films, and I absolutely adore the original Disney "Cinderella." The sequel to "Cinderella," however, was a waste of time. The character of Cinderella in the sequel was so very unlike the original girl that I grew up watching. In the original, Cinderella was kind and loving. The new Cinderella had very out-of-character moments with current-era phrasing like, "I'm going to do this banquet my way!" Let me also tell you that new Cinderella (as I have affectionately named her) says, "Ewww!" That is the anti-Cinderella. I try to find the best in people, but in the sequel, Anastasia, one of the stepsisters, is good! What the heck? Why? They made it all out to be like Lady Tremaine and Drizella are just horrible family members for poor little Anastasia. My question to the world: did the people at Disney watch the original "Cinderella" when making this sequel? Well, it surely doesn't seem so. If I remember correctly, Anastasia was just as abusive to Cinderella as Drizella and Lady Tremaine. I am all for redemption and forgiveness, but there was no point of redemption for Anastasia in this movie. In the first one, Anastasia was evil. In the second one, she is good. One just can't leave a story like this. I hope Disney realizes that this movie, among other movies, is shaming Walt Disney's name. Perhaps now that Michael Eisner is gone, things will start shaping up around the House of Mouse.

Michael W (ca) wrote: Ex-CIA tackles big business and environmental issues in top-notch actioner. Preachy, self-indulgent and over-the-top; with a superb collection of bad guys in Caine, McGinley, Shattuck and Emery. Seagal produces, directs and stars--finally a film done Seagal's way and no coincidence it is his best. Highlights include a fine barroom tussle where Seagal teaches a bully the meaning of tolerance.

Ro I (ag) wrote: OMG, everyone was so young here. It was a great movie. I just loved Anne Bancroft, when she spoke directly to the camera. It was sad that Frank and Helene, did not get to meet.

Aaron W (mx) wrote: Forced to watch this adaptation of Tempest as a requirement for a course. An interesting interpretation.

Dustin G (ca) wrote: Sammy Fuller's ode to pickpockets and the era of the 'red scare' is a fun, entertaining, and typically for Fuller, tough as nails flick that, while lacking here and there in directorial greatness, makes up for it with every frame being chalk full of the realness of Fuller's first hand experiences with the characters and the subject matter. Fuller presents an unapologetic view of the shady and dangerous life of someone hunted not only by the police, but also the government. In short, classic Fuller.

Kate M (ag) wrote: I enjoyed this movie a lot and i love how jessica alba always gets so into character. Watch this if you love dance and music and if you enjoyed any other dance movie