A man and a woman go out on a "big" third date. He's ashamed to admit he just lost his job, and she's afraid he'll run away if he finds out that she has a kid. Small lies lead to bigger ones and the night gets crazy very soon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Cross My Heart
A man and a woman go out on a "big" third date. He's ashamed to admit he just lost his job, and she's afraid he'll run away if he finds out that she has a kid. Small lies lead to bigger ones and the night gets crazy very soon.
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Amanda G (ru) wrote: I found it all awfully cringey with the whole cliche 'Pre-teen-starts-a-new-school-and-saves-the-day' kind of thing. Very predictable and really wasn't good at all.
Erin M (es) wrote: Very sad and hard to watch at times. Very well done film though
Eduardo B (kr) wrote: Not too bad for a slow-paced love story in which thirty-something Nora takes a leap with a Frenchman. This one comes off somewhat real with a mix of drama and comedy.
Ricky J (mx) wrote: This is an okay western.
Vivian G (mx) wrote: I love Jessica Alba and lil' Romeo and also good music, it's also an all around good dance movie but also I liked that they used some kids and talking them out of the bad streets also has lots of inspiration.
Roddy T (jp) wrote: It's called "Midnight Sting" here in the UK.
Dean B (fr) wrote: The most vile film I've ever seen.
Silvia C (us) wrote: I saw this movie again the other day .... and it is still as brilliant as it was when I first saw it .... A story about life and politics and love .... subtle, cynical and melancholy .... Brilliant actors all around.
Senor C (us) wrote: Like Witchfinder General Vincent Price once again is a witchhunter & does a damn fine job of it (not quite up to scale to Peter Cushing in Twins of Evil though). After he & his henchmen slaughter a coven of witches Price is cursed by the head witch & he goes out of his mind w/ suspicion even burning a village girl because she had blonde hair & big tits
Eric B (mx) wrote: I've been grinding through the Nagisa Oshima catalog for the past year or so, and "Violence at High Noon" was the last of his major films that I checked off.Sorry to say that I didn't enjoy this one as much as I hoped. Much of the film's renown comes from its quick editing -- over 2,000 shots in all, according to whoever had the patience to count. But in this age of hyperactive, high-tech thrillers, the cuts aren't as jarring as they would have been in 1966. At this point, what's more notable is that no other Oshima movie is cut this way and, in fact, he has films such as "The Ceremony" that rely on unusually *long* shots."Violence at High Noon" opens with an intense, nine-minute sequence of a home invasion that leads to one woman being raped and another being murdered (both crimes occur off-camera -- no need to shield your eyes). From there, much of the story occurs in flashback. The attacker, Eisuke, is his victim's former lover. He has assaulted numerous women, and the police are on his trail. He is married to Matsuko, but the two have been apart due to his outlaw lifestyle. The raped woman, Shino, also was briefly married to Genji, a man who committed suicide for weakly defined reasons. Previously, Genji was involved with Matsuko too. All four characters once worked together in some failed, agricultural commune, but whatever insinuations Oshima is making about organized youth in Japan (a dominant concern of his work) are subordinate to the more specific tale of a crime spree.Really, the above covers most of the story -- the film gives background more than it advances a plot. The script does not focus on Eisuke's mayhem but rather the reactions of Shino and Matsuko. Both women know he is the culprit whom the police seek, but wrestle with their consciences about whether to report him or not.Kei Sato and Saeda Kawaguchi are excellent as Eisuke and Shino and they need to be, since so many harsh closeups force them to act with their faces alone. Akiko Koyama (Matsuko) is also quite good with her edgy air of smiling distress, but has a less demanding role.I anticipated a more shocking, flamboyant film -- perhaps with a virtuoso, lightning sequence that did for rape what the shower scene of "Psycho" did for murder. "Violence at High Noon" does not supply this, but it does dig into some interesting, volatile characters.