Three girls meet by chance in a hospital. Struggling to come to terms with their fate, they all look back on a decisive moment in their life: Sara, a professional swimmer relentlessly urged on by her ambitious father, was deprived of her only real chance of happiness. Mette has left her deeply religious family, finding it too hard to bear that they have accepted her fate while she hasn't. And Stephanie has brutally rejected her boyfriend in fear of being rejected herself. Although their stories are very different, the three girls are brought together in their search for love and companionship. Based on the Oscar nominated short fiction »At Night«
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Alex G (gb) wrote: The bad reviews kind of startle me. I really enjoyed this film. It was a great look into the question many couples end up going through. Mick LaSalle says it best: "Aselton gets a lot said in 78 minutes. I think the main thing she says is something never overtly spoken, that life is essentially a lonely experience - even when we're surrounded by activity, and even if we never shut up."
Sayan C (de) wrote: Reallly I Love This Movie
JeanSbastien C (fr) wrote: excellent documentaire
Tyler W (ca) wrote: First Werewolf Film I've Enjoyed In Literally Forever!
Gabriel C (mx) wrote: Chasing Amy is a raunchy and surprisingly thoughtful Kevin Smith flick that demands multiple viewings.
Bethie W (au) wrote: oh loved it...a fine b movie
Sarah Lindsay C (ag) wrote: Seen it once. Not to impressed on the ending but, it was okay.
Emily L (kr) wrote: So Charles Walters took one of my favourite movies (The Philadelphia Story) and made it a musical. How can I complain?
Art S (us) wrote: Okay, if you strip away (so to speak) the explicit over-the-top sexual content and the unnecessary characterization of lesbian or bisexual women as murderers, Basic Instinct might actually contain a solid noir-ish plot. But then this wouldn't be Paul Verhoeven's sleazy movie or Joe Eszterhas's sensationalistic script, I guess. I skipped this one back in the day and I only watched it now because Jonathan Rosenbaum has it on his 1000 essential films. Perhaps he too has also reflected on the noir aspects of the story that might have been filmed in the '50s with Dana Andrews or Glenn Ford in the lead as a traumatized cop investigating a suspect who befriends murderers to understand their psychology in order to incorporate it into characters in her novels. (Let's set aside how badly psychology is misunderstood on screen - it's a time honoured tradition). Sure, the sexual tension would still be present (if not explicit, and perhaps more tense for that reason) and the cop and other characters (internal affairs cop, police department psychologist) could still have more or less the same relationships. Michael Douglas isn't right for the part - he seems too phony at times (even Mickey Rourke might have pulled it off better) -- but I'm happy just to reimagine the film as directed by Fritz Lang or Joseph H. Lewis and to forget about all the tawdry bits.
Sean H (ca) wrote: Fifty Shades of poop
daniel m (ru) wrote: big crock in a lake eatting bear,cow, and people. betty white gets her elderly lady swag on as u root for the beast against the rest of the goofy cast.
Liam M (it) wrote: The Strangers has tension to spare. It's the very antithesis of claustrophobia. It's a tad too workmanlike to really elevate itself from the rank and file of the genre. It's good for a spell, it's a quick kill. Nasty, dirty, fast and cheap; unfortunately...just not strange enough.
Epi C (es) wrote: I cannot believe the low percentage by professional critics for this movie. This is one of my favorite movies ever. There are few movies I can watch over and over but this is one.
JUSTIN A (br) wrote: FOR A WHILE I THOUGHT THE PROTAGONIST MIGHT HAVE LOST IT. TO A SUPRISE THE SLOW THRILLER HAD A SHOCKINGLY INTENSE ENDING , THAT I THINK WE ALL WANTED TOO SEE. I ENJOYED PERSONALLY HOW EVERYTHING WAS SLOWLY UNWINDING.