Robert Talbot, an American millionaire, arrives early for his annual vacation at his luxurious Italian villa. His long-time girlfriend Lisa has given up waiting for him and has decided to marry another man. Meanwhile, his sneaky business associate Maurice secretly misappropriates the villa as a hotel while Talbot is away. The current guests of the "hotel" are a group of young American girls.
- Stars:Rock Hudson, Gina Lollobrigida, Sandra Dee, Bobby Darin, Walter Slezak, Brenda de Banzie, Rossana Rory, Ronald Howard, Joel Grey, Ronnie Haran, Chris Seitz, Cindy Conroy, Joan Freeman, Nancy Anderson, Michael Eden,
- Director:Robert Mulligan,
- Writer:Stanley Shapiro (screenplay), Maurice Richlin (screenplay), Stanley Roberts (story), Robert Russell (story)
Younger generation vs. "older" folks on vacation at an Italian villa. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: After looking for it everywhere for months, it turns out it was on Amazon Prime the whole time. Anyways...this was a great documentary on voice actors. It covers a pretty good selection of voice actors through the ages. I'm surprised out of everyone that was showcased, H. Jon Benjamin wasn't in it. Overall, If you are a nerd, which is everyone here, you should check this out.
(nl) wrote: Wow. This movie is awful. Terrible action, bad special effects, corny plot, just overall bad. Not the slightest bit scary, not even mildly. Suffice it to say that I don't like it and recommend not watching it. Bleech!
(nl) wrote: Interesting idea, not quite sure if it works, particularly by the end. Did seem to be a lot of unnecessary running around by Halle Berry. The actually story was quite good, although at times couldn't figure out why the ghost was such a b* to Halle when she was trying to help her. You do find out the connection at the end, and it is horrible. My mother picked this on Netflix to watch and I will admit to some eye rolling, and probably last movie I would have picked (which isn't actually saying a lot), but actually it wasn't entirely awful.
(de) wrote: Not too bad. Surprisingly so, as it contains the first sign of a B-grade movie, Luke Perry. Interesting plot, based on a true story. While this could easily have become a paint-by-numbers docu-drama, it is more interesting than that, as the human side is explored.I only watched this because it stars Ashley Judd, and she doesn't disappoint. Even Luke Perry is believable in this.
(ag) wrote: Not much of a story in this and some of the acting sucks but I don't watch it for that. I love it for the Capoeira (Brazilian Martial Arts). It's mesmerizing to watch. And it doesn't hurt to have Mark Dacascos in it either.
(fr) wrote: It's as good as an adaptation of Adams' novel as we are likely to get, blending the hopeful fable elements with the moments of bleak violence pretty well. Bound to continue to traumatize generations of children for years to come.
(es) wrote: Though this film may look dated it still has a lot going for it. The acting is superb, the action and violence is really well done, it tackles serious issues like racism and police brutality in a really good way and the score/soundtrack is top notch.
(br) wrote: A beautiful and sublime masterpiece from Federico Fellini.
(ru) wrote: Kind of silly and a bit overacted, but also very funny.
(mx) wrote: We all think enough is enough at some point, and now that is the general feeling around Resident Evil. I know I know, why it couldn't have ended after one movie but to be fair it stuck to itself and did what it wanted to do, sure the movies are terribly written and directed but, well OK that isn't acceptable at all. This was a series that had room to improve, all it had to do was make it less bat-s*** crazy and try to make it feel more personal and less obsessed with stupid things when all it had to do was make it alright. The man, who produces, writes and directs this is Paul W.S Anderson who is now for me nearly at a point of no return, where even if he makes something good, this will be on his back forever. Now maybe my introduction seems a little harsh I mean after all this is what it says on the tin, big action, more zombies than seen before and an actual kind of interesting plot(emphasising kind of). We see Alice searching and looking for the place where survivors may be, she flies around everywhere in this plane and even lands it in impossible places. The plot is hard not to ruin because straight away it jumps right into it and that I can respect, but my main problem is not with the plot, it's with the technical decisions. Anderson manages to blast out this movie that's scenes are chosen horribly, it feels Anderson somehow destroys his own script and after it is all over you just feel some opportunities were missed. A problem I have always felt with this franchise is that it goes too big scale, it can't settle for street to street zombie fighting with normal guns and never feels like the characters do what actual people would do in that crazy situation. It builds Umbrella as this corporation that just has too much money, I mean it builds huge underground complexes which seem to figure in every movie and make it even more insane. The villain of this movie is just so badly created that it just seems stupid to have made that character, the person just seems to be straight from the video game which this uses too much from, and then the movie feels OTT. Can Resident Evil ever get any better is the question on my lips, on this it cannot and this is the first one so far I have actually found bad and not just another poor movie. It doesn't try and that is what I can't respect, it's not like this movie isn't worth a watch but it certainly isn't one I would recommend to many, fans of the series maybe and I know people who love action movies will also enjoy it, but even some will find this an overuse of special effects and one movie that ruins this series even more so.So Resident Evil marches on earning money from a very disappointing attempt and I feel there is a lot of this kind of thing left to come in the future. Whether Anderson feels this is going somewhere is really a hard thing to work out, it rakes in money but critically they are smashed, it's like a moral film question, do you keep on making bad movies if a lot of people don't like them?, my answer is actually to keep on going, but improve your craft and don't keep going at the same old stuff that you've been doing for years.
(gb) wrote: Well, we were at the Vegas premiere, might as well see it...