Three intertwined stories to celebrate the the centenary of romance publishing house Mills & Boon. The first concerns Charles Boon's tempestuous relationship with his wife Mary, and is complemented by story lines set in the 1970s and the present day.
- Stars:Jodie Whittaker, Daniel Mays, Patrick Kennedy, Olivia Colman, Patrick Baladi, Marcia Warren, Nicholas Sidi, O.T. Fagbenle, Emilia Fox, Antonia Kinlay, Ben Joiner, Robert Horwell, Nicky Ladanowski, Simon Chandler, Sarah Winman,
- Director:Dan Zeff,
- Writer:Emma Frost
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(gb) wrote: Little Rascals update is a silly, awful mess of a comedy. I say SKIP IT!!!
(gb) wrote: A decent reference to the Phantom of the Opera with a killer clown as the main character. Finally I get to see something more or less enjoyable with adequate effects and make-up. A bit assumable twist in the end and lousy performance of James Duval can get somewhat annoying, but the clown is done in a simply admirable way, especially his motion around the opera house and the manner of taking his victims, because it's obvious he's a human and not some silly ghost.
(de) wrote: really goodmust see
(de) wrote: From the title, it's really hard to predict what the movie will be about. Based on the title, I had an open mind. I only have one thing to say, I was pleasantly surprised! "The Hunters" is a great and thrilling movie for everyone! I absolutely love how many things there is in this film! There is comedy, romance, action, adventure, thrilling scenes, a great and engaging story line and, of course, a puzzle to solve! The adventure begins when three people are looking for some artifacts to build together a legendary item. When one turns on the others, everything goes wrong. The two kids of the couple who are searching for this item and their friend, go on a epic adventure to save the world and their parents! If you want to find out if their parents are ok and if they were successful in this quest, you have to watch the film!This film brings so many perks! It has especially great actors and the directing is also very good. The camerawork will impress you for sure - there are so many actions - climbing and jumping and even some scary stuff. But, the picture if very clear and the storyline easy to follow! I have to say that my favorite scene is when the older brother discovers his little brother has skipped school and he is very mad at him. I can greatly appreciate this scene. It has brotherly "love" or as I call it "bromance." It's extremely funny and will hit home with many viewers.I recommend this movie to ages 8-18, because it is a very intense film. I also give it 5 out of 5 stars and wouldn't be surprised if they eventually turn this movie into series. I know I will be watching out for that.
(kr) wrote: Review written in October, 2012.If you're a Gen-X'er then you will probably know who Elvira is. She was a cult figure of the 80s who hosted horror movies on late night tv... she was a modern Vampira. At the hight of her success she co-wrote and starred in her own movie, Mistress of the Dark. Its a terrible movie.... just terrible... and not surprisingly it became something of a cult classic. Elvira is currently in Melbourne for Monsterfest and the movie has recently been re-released to dvd. It gets filed in the "so bad its good" annals and believe it or not, it actually is a fun and schlocky sexed up comedy. The character of Elvira is supposed to be a strong female figure with a women's lib message... but the hilarious thing is that she spends the entire movie flashing her tits and using her sex appeal to get what she wants. Men's eyes pop out wherever she goes and teenage boys want to hump her. She rolls into a small conservative and religious town to claim an inheritance... at first she is seen to corrupt the youth but she eventually infects the minds of all the townsfolk and hey all turn into wild liberated sex maniacs. If anything, it's worth it alone to see Edie McClurg lift her dress and sit on a preacher's face. ROFL! Good Halloween fun!
(de) wrote: To be fair, you have to look at Creepshow 2 in context. What it is is an entry intro a film series that was expected to continue with more films like it. If that's the case, then some of the films are probably not going to be as good as you'd hoped they would be. Such is the case with this sequel, which didn't really have a proper follow-up (Tales from the Darkside: The Movie is considered the real Creepshow 3, and not the cheap Part III made much later on). On its own, it's a mediocre affair, with mediocre stories. None are truly effective, but they are interesting. Like Tales from the Crypt, there were interesting episodes and some not so interesting. It's a watchable movie, don't get me wrong, but it's certainly not as playful or fun as the original film.
(br) wrote: To say this is a slow burner is an understatement... It nearly stopped at one point!
(kr) wrote: This is an enjoyable film, unfortunately is can hardly be called a fact-based story. There's about as much fact in this film as there are peaches in peach tea. Balto led a team of dogs (which has been debated ), that ended up being the final team in a relay of about 20 mushers. Only doing so by bypassing a fresh, rested team. He was neutered at six months old, so had no "sequels". He was also not a wolfdog. There's embellishing a story, and there's laying linoleum over marble. The true story is so much more amazing.
(es) wrote: This is cheesy and dated, not to mention John Wayne looks like he is wheezing when he breaks down doors to begin his quasi-fascist cop routine. Still, it's fairly amusing to see Wayne in a cliched cop movie that isn't very good as opposed to his usual Western roles.
(ag) wrote: One of the best and most original thrillers of the 60s It has a terrific story, great performance by Michael Caine, one of John Barry's best scores and a smashing title song by Shirley Bassey. The pacing is difficult for those raised watching Sesame Street and MTV and may be beyond their short attention span...
(gb) wrote: one of those movies u watch and u kinda wonder what's going on then starts to get ok then out of nowhere a monster in the woods comes into things starts killing everyone and your like WTF
(de) wrote: An ode to classical video gaming, Wreck-It Ralph is one of those movies that bring the past and present together to create a new and interesting world in which any gamer would love to venture. Despite a rather predictable "emotional realisation" plot line, the film's many hidden references and lovable characters, both old and new, make this film fun for all the family!