A seedy bar owner hires a mysterious Croatian to commit murder, but a planned double-crossing backfires when a young waitress is taken hostage. A suspenseful, yet darkly humorous chain of events builds to a bloodcurdling climax.

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Shajie K (us) wrote: lol, the fuss the kiss between Hrithik and Aish caused was hilarious!!Anyway i just didn't like the movie much, not sure why... :L

Roselle S (ag) wrote: This movie sucks, big time! It's super slow, and everything is in slow motion. More drama than action. The "fighting" scenes are vey boring. Don't waste your time watching this!

Curtis W (fr) wrote: Disjointed, unfocused look at Hunter S Thompson's later life, around the time he was facing a DUI trial in Aspen and when his book, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, was being made into a movie. Highlights include him spraying Jenn Wenner with a fire extinguisher during a visit to the Rolling Stone offices in New York. He also erupts at Alex Cox during the director's visit to his "fortified compound", Owl Farm, when Cox was in talks to make Fear and Loathing (there was a lawsuit, details of which are covered in extras on the Criterion DVD of Fear and Loathing). Thompson is most upset by Cox's plan to animate Steadman's drawings, thinking he's being trivilised. Ironically, a new director is brought in -- Terry Gilliam, a former animator. But by then, the producer knew how to handle Hunter, and probably making him a cartoon was never again mentioned. To ensure Johnny Depp's place in the film, Hunter agrees to teach Johnny's mynah how to talk, a surreal scene, when the bird gets loose in Hunter's house. Hunter also meets Eugene McCarthy and George McGovern at a 75th birthday bash for McGovern. And, he attends the Fear and Loathing premiere with George Plimpton in tow. Sad, both these writers are now gone.

Rufam S (jp) wrote: . A likable and also typical crime adventure movie.

Nick F (it) wrote: from beginning to end Danny Boyle's rejuvenation of the zombie genre uses it's financial modesty to create a more realistic venture into the post apocalyptic roller-coaster ride of horror that will shake you to your very bones

Andrew J (br) wrote: This was the first movie that Clooney directed and it is by far the best one. He does an excellent job of recreating the 70's atmosphere and made an overall very entertaining movie.

Zachary M (nl) wrote: For years Disney's animated films lagged behind Pixar. This was their attempt to get their own films going again, and honestly, I think they did a very good job. Having fun little characters and a very simple, but well-structured story, makes it feel very polished and good fun for the entire family.

Mark B (ag) wrote: "Throw Momma from the Train" is the ultimate Un-Happy Mother's Day flick.

lucy w (ru) wrote: Beautifully filmed, "My Brilliant Career" focuses on a young woman pursuing her dream of becoming a writer. Judy Davis is excellent in her role, and Sam Neill too; but despite the rather "unromantic" ending, they manage to light up the screen each time they are together with their obvious chemistry. A brilliant film!

Ainur E (kr) wrote: When I went to see this silent gem, I thought I knew what I was getting. The story is quite different from the more genre-faithful sci-fi novel by Alexey Tolstoy, and in any other context, the addition of an "unnecessary" relationship drama and dream framework would be a horrible travesty of the original. But in this case, the focus on ordinary life and intrigue in early "New Economic Policy" Moscow brings added value to a history enthusiast. The material poverty, pure misery, fanatical enthusiasm and novelty craze of the early 1920's is raw and touching. The costumes and sets in earthly Soviet Russia and futuristic Mars provide an appealing visual contrast. But the crowning glory was the live music accompaniment by Cleaning Women. More than just a melodic score, their unique sound defined the mood mingling industrial noises and vaguely oriental tunes in the minor key. All in all, this is a movie for connoisseurs - if your knowledge of the early years of the Soviet Union and Russian culture in general is limited, and if you don't have the opportunity to watch the film as it was intended, on the silver screen with live music and a lively audience, you may miss a lot of the fun.

James H (jp) wrote: Chasing Amy is a brilliant heartfelt, unorthodox romantic comedy with an electric screenplay and excellently realistic performances. It is directed seamlessly, each scenes transition into the next one is so smooth that you almost don't notice it. Ben Affleck in particular gives one of his very best performances, he is completely believable and his subdued method of acting merges with his character and the story expertly. On a side note, it was fun to see small cameos from stars like Casey Affleck and Matt Damon. On a deeper meaning, this offers life lessons and an interesting outlook on sexuality, relationships and love and also manages to delve extensively into topics that are usually untouched and ignored. Chasing Amy is a beautiful film.

Julius G (kr) wrote: Meet the Parents is just classic comedy in my opinion super fun to wach and it never gets old. Tt's hilarious and hold up even 15 years later i remember watching this movie when i was just a kid so it brings some nostalgia to it.

Weul S (nl) wrote: A poor mining family is thrust thru the highs & the lows of life in a small Welsh village. Although this is a beautiful picture, it is far from Ford's best.