Count Max

Count Max

Alberto, a newspaper man, tries a one-time shot of living the good life with the help of his penniless mentor.

Alberto is a newspaper vendor in Roma fascinated by the local high society. His secret dream is to be part of it or at least socialize with that people he can only watch on the newspapers ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Trey B (ru) wrote: Gone Girl is a one time deal between the viewer and movie, that is sure to surprise and keep you on the edge of your seat. Rosamund Pike also gives one of the scariest performances I've ever seen.

Ankur B (de) wrote: Liberal Arts offers fresh perspectives of various individuals who are in different phases in life. It's amicable and light-hearted, but has insightful dialogue as well.

Spandy C (jp) wrote: fantastic performance by Ranbir.... love dis movie

Aaron F (nl) wrote: Not a bad movie at all.

Phil W (br) wrote: Typical J-horror but still gave me the chills at times. Story was a bit lame but still kept me in suspense, and Erika Sawajiri looked great.

Christopher B (au) wrote: 2 stars only cause of Seagal, but DMX...still to hip hop..

Mistress J (ca) wrote: Kinda cheesy but I loved it - dark humor ;)

Thomas B (ru) wrote: A good movie and based on a true story. (They leave out how the FBI really got the info on finding those three young men. "The mob" went down and beat it out of a KKK member)

Cathleen K (de) wrote: Horrible movie, but I did learn that nail guns are waterproof and rapists wear green polka dot hats. My favorite quote: "You know, it seems like someone's just gone plum loco with a hammer and a box of nails. What do you think would make someone do something like that?"

Richard R (it) wrote: The twelfth Bond film, first of five in a row directed by John Glen (Octopussy/A View to a Kill/The Living Daylights/License to Kill). A return to a more realistic spy thriller, "For Your Eyes Only" is one of the best Bond films of them all.A British spy trawler, sinks in Albanian waters with the top-secret ATAC (Automated Targeting Attack Communicator), a device used to transmit orders to nuclear subs. The Soviets are also trying to recover the ATAC, and it's a race to get to the wreck first. Bond's travels take him from Spain, to Cortina d'Ampezzo in Northern Italy, to the waters off of Albania, and then Greece. Along the way he must battle Aris Kristatos (Julian Glover), with the help of Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) and smuggler Milos Columbo (Topol).Great acting all the way around, with Glover and Topol giving really good performances. It also has some of the best underwater camera work since "Thunderball" in 1965. Plus, another one of the best theme songs by Sheena Easton.

Riley F (mx) wrote: I'm sure this movie was awesome back in the day, and it still is, but the lack of character development leaves you wondering why you should bother caring whether or not these characters make it out. Also, the Warden was having a good setup to be the "Villain" of the film, I just with they would have fleshed him out more. Worth checking out, but only if you really like Clint Eastwood movies.

bill s (fr) wrote: Wildly inventive no but mildly amusing,maybe.

Luke N (us) wrote: Are there really women this hopelessly romantic and irritatingly optimistic running around this world? Looking on the bright side of life is one thing...frying your retinas and getting skin cancer from prolonged exposure is another altogether. Otherwise...not a bad flick.

Al M (br) wrote: Brilliant surrealistic exploration of the artist and his/her relation to pain, death, life, and dreams. Beautiful and compelling images follow one upon another as Cocteau constructs a dreamlike world akin to the ones Bunuel builds in Un Chien Andalou and L'Age D'or, but Cocteau does so with more of narrative arc. Techinically a talkie, Cocteau's film still relies mostly upon its breathtaking images to convey its stories and themes, the ultimate theme being the marks that art leaves upon the artist, the wounds that are so deep that they can even colonize other spaces and people.

Larry W (ag) wrote: Even a blind finds a nut every now and then, and this is a good film about what happens when you do.

Ginger M (ag) wrote: Like looking through a window and watching something that you shouldn't be seeing. It has one of the most beautiful, erotic sex scenes I have ever watched outside of real life.