Jim Sanders is getting ready for his upcoming marriage to rich, spoiled Patty Winston, but when he wakes up after a bachelor party thrown by his friends, he finds an injured angel in his pool. While trying to convince Patty he is not cheating on her, and to save the angel from being discovered by the media, Jim starts to fall for the otherworldly being. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Date with an Angel
Jim is soon to be married to Patty, but when he wakes up after a bachelor party thrown by his friends, he finds an injured angel in his pool. When Patty sees her, she thinks he's seeing ...
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Kristina W (de) wrote: I thought it was an entertaining movie. And I'm not a big fan of baseball.
Josh B (mx) wrote: A neat behind-the-scenes, if not tiny, look behind some of Disney's more memorable outings. Witness the rebirth of a studio that had lost it's way but through hell and high water discovered the magic yet-again.
Melanie F (mx) wrote: His southern accent was too strong for me. I usually like his movies but found this one dull.
Judy J (br) wrote: amusing story. tho honestly, anyone who's got virginie ledoyen as a consolation prize isn't much as a schmo as the story would like one to believe.
HP H (gb) wrote: a great family movie with indian and american cast in it
Sylvester K (nl) wrote: Exciting and fun, despite the small budget, it managed to fund for good actors and nice special effects. The plot was clever, filled with one twist after another. It's got everything a good horror film needs: Gore, serial killer, weapons, supernatural elements, cat and mouse chase and nudity. It's certainly ground breaking and filled with surprises. Shallow ground will not disappoint any horror fans.
Deadly K (kr) wrote: The craftiest film ever. Perfect for those of us who make everything with our clammy paws. And you can't beat a bit of Bernal. Esp naked...
Greg R (jp) wrote: Man, I haven't seen this movie since it came out in theaters back in 2004, and I hardly remembered much from it, but when I looked back on it, It's not too bad.
James D (it) wrote: I own it, so I might as well see it once.
Michael C (us) wrote: This is definitely a film that will not be a comfortable viewing for most, but I was honestly surprised by how potent it managed to be. It was a very low budget film with a very small cast, and rather short in length. And its main source of intrigue for most viewers is its subject manner (amorous and physical relations with the deceased), but the film does not portray the material in an exploitive manner, but instead attempts to explore the rationality behind such behavior. I always feel a movie is very effective when it manages to have me look at a situation in a way I never thought I would. This film definitely succeeded in doing that to a degree I wouldn't expect. It is highly disturbing though not in the way you would expect, and it even is touching at some moments, which I certainly was surprised by. If you have the stomach to not judge the film by its central plot, you will end up finding a really fascinating look at a really unnerving subculture.
sub r (ag) wrote: -_- canadian wilderness at its finest...beautiful -_-
Melissa D (es) wrote: I would give this a shot just because of the actors in it.
YONUTZDANYEL P (au) wrote: SA NU VAD FEMEI LA VOLAN
Nolan M (nl) wrote: Steven Spielberg should stay far away from gag-filled comedies.
Edgar C (ca) wrote: Eric Rohmer's 6th Moral Tale-->Possible moral topic(s) treated: Infidelity and poligamy.Jesus, what a powerful closure! I'm not talkinng about the film as a whole, which remains as my least favorite moral tale (and it is still very good), but about the ending. Again abrupt, direct, heartfelt, even realistic... That's how you close a 10-year cinematic cycle.Infidelity and poligamy... two very different terms with mutually exclusive definitions, but that can coincide in particular situations. Let's simplify both terms. True that such serious matter shouldn't be simplified, but let's do that for allowing this review to flow. Polygamy implies having several women. It doesn't mean that you love them all, but simply that one consents having extramarital relationships. Infidelity is adultery (often used interchangeably with "unfaithfulness"), but it also involves desiring the woman/man of another man/woman. A physical act is not needed, not even establishing communication with the person."But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart."Matthew 5:28The prologue remains my favorite part. With (again) Rohmer's elements of using a voiceover narration, a literary tone discovering the unspoken thoughts and feelings, an impressionistic depiction of the streets of France, and an inner demon - call it impulse, fantasy, irrational behavior - that challenges the moral wall of the protagonist, we meet a man who is an admirer of the physical beauty of women.Now, before we make a moral condemnation or immediate judgment, let's look at ourselves in the mirror. I am talking especially to us men. We admire women. There are too many beautiful women in the world, and normally the women that like us are physically unpleasant. I find that hilarious, but I also see it as a sweet challenge that life puts us. The most beautiful women normally could live without our existence, they don't even notice it. Still, like dumb lambs, we run to them.What I always found striking in Rohmer's psychological realism was how truthful it was, and how directly it was stated. People thinking about his subject matter will immediately understand him. I had that impact particularly with his last four moral tales (3, 4, 5 and 6), which were delivered with more introspectiveness and a credibility as high as a radiograph. Regarding this, there is one phrase, a damn phrase told in the movie which put into words perfectly what our lustful male minds are most of the times seeking:"I dream of a life comprised only of first loves and lasting loves. [...] I dream that actually I possess them all."By the time I heard this, I thought: "Jesus! That's true! That would be wonderful, to cancel the will of all women and make them yours. That would mean their emotional slavery, but as long as it satisfies my egotistical desires, then this "paradise" could be conceivable. However, there is some moral impositions by societal rules that prevent us from doing so. Oh, Frdric, I just hope that you realize that what you want is literally impossible."Well, Rohmer, getting ahead of me, places the following phrase as the immediate subsequent dialogue:"I want the impossible, I know."Lol! Is Rohmer a genius or what?That's when I realized that in almost all of the moral tales, the protagonists of the stories always confessed with their own words that they were aware of the immorality of their own actions according to their own code. So there is this state of self-awareness of incalculable proportions, and still, they proceed, irrationally, to continue their actions, like bears that fall in a trap, but willingly.Certainly, this is the most introspective, realistic, honest, truthful, dissective and psychologically intelligent series of films in the history of cinema. I was floored by how this film ended not only the preceding 94 minutes, but the whole array of characters we witnessed struggling against their nature for sticking to their own principles, failing miserably in the process and not regretting it too much. That's us...This kind of films makes me want to be truthful and loyal to my beautiful woman, whom I hope is OK right now. I want her to be happy with me, and I want her wanting to be the mother of my future children, if God allows."Drink waters out of thine own cistern, and running waters out of thine own well. Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad, and rivers of waters in the streets. Let them be only thine own, and not strangers' with thee. Let thy fountain be blessed: and rejoice with the wife of thy youth. Let her be as the loving hind and pleasant roe; let her breasts satisfy thee at all times; and be thou ravished always with her love. And why wilt thou, my son, be ravished with a strange woman, and embrace the bosom of a stranger?"Proverbs 5: 15-2084/100
Matthew H (au) wrote: While it may be a bit overlong, Fiddler On the Roof is a great American classic piece of cinema with great performances and an amazing story.
AJ S (kr) wrote: Much like the situation with his ??Scandal?? five years earlier, Akira Kurosawa follows up what many now consider a classic ?? and, in this case, one of the best films of all-time (??Seven Samurai??) ?? with an inspired, but undulated dud. This film came after what could debatably be described as the best four-film-run any director ever accomplished. So, it is confusing why the Japanese master was prone to relinquishing much of his creativity for subjects he felt strongly and, perhaps, too vehemently about. This instance covers the looming threat of the Hydrogen bomb and his intentions are warranted because the subject is as relevant as it is interestingly frightening. The only problem is that there is little structure in the story to handle the well-formulated idea. Much more could have been done to convey the feelings Kurosawa grazes, but never fully hits straight on as there is plenty subtext at hand yet no substance. Even his common visual style is oddly forsaken. What is remarkable is Toshir Mifune??s performance where his appearance is altered beyond recognition in playing somewhere around forty years his senior. On the other hand is Takashi Shimura who is uncharacteristically dull and unneeded here, amounting to nothing less than a waste of great talent. There are some comedic moments, reminding that even in Kurosawa??s lesser received fair his lows are better than most other??s highs. Disappointment cannot be helped, though, when his usual magic is not achieved; this is as selfish a demand from a viewer as bewildering the digressions are from the director.
angel m (it) wrote: This gives you a peek into what it was like for Bob hope to travel to all the war zones and try to be funny BETTE Is Amazing at the Vintage Pinup singing style Sooo Vargas Soo Cool ;p
Alexander Z (it) wrote: It's almost a so bad it's good movie, but about 45 minutes in it starts to become so bad it's bad.
Michael D (it) wrote: I saw this movie though I am not sure what I took away from it. I may need to watch it again.