When Mike Hagen and Marilla Brown marry after a whirlwind romance on the west coast, they return to New York to find that they don't have much in common. She is a clothing designer who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A sportswriter who marries a fashion designer discovers that their mutual interests are few, although each has an intriguing past which makes the other jealous.
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Eric B (ru) wrote: As aggressively arty as its title, "(Untitled)" is ostensibly about a romance between an avant-garde musician (Adam Goldberg, sporting his usual neanderthal scowl) and a trendy gallery owner (delicious Marley Shelton), but the script has more provocative questions in mind about art itself. Does it require technical skill? Can it be created or collected for profit? What ingredients are off-limits? Can music have no tempo or key? Can everyday objects make music? Aesthetic issues like this rarely come up in a romantic comedy, and the far-out musical pieces (mostly conceived by composer David Lang) are alternately fun and exasperating to behold.The film takes an interesting turn as it goes, initially presenting experimental works as something arcane and impressive (too much for the common man -- hmpf!) but gradually becoming more critical to imply a hollow charade between artist and patron. Zak Orth adds some sharp scenes as a flaky, nouveau-riche collector who buys art to make himself feel important, and Vinnie Jones plays a British conceptual artist who may be a cruel parody of Damien Hirst. Ptolemy Slocum is quite funny as a listless "visionary" who sticks Post-It notes on walls and calls them conceptual art, while Eion Bailey (currently seen on TV's "Once Upon a Time") is Goldberg's deluded painter brother, churning out interchangeable product that reaps unholy riches as doctor's-office fodder. The script is rather heavy-handed in making its points, but the setting is unusual enough to be oddly refreshing.
jarrad b (ag) wrote: half decent horror flick
Jennifer T (br) wrote: even though this was clearly the work of an amateur, it was a very good documentary. the close-up shots of the boys' faces highlighted the complex emotions that (must) accompany working as a prostitute. i think that this film made it easy to have sympathy/empathy for the young men b/c it highlighted how human they are (i.e., how their paths in life were changed dramatically by only a few experiences).
Kelsey W (ag) wrote: If you can look at the cast and not want to see it, you're crazy.
Jens B (jp) wrote: Plot is simple, but the acting between Fishburne, Martin and Charlie Sheen makes all the difference! Catchy 'chain gang'-song too..
Jonathan B (mx) wrote: "If you build it, he will come," has to be one of the most familiar and misquoted lines from a film from the 1980s. It stems from this charming film where Kevin Costner plays a baseball obsessed farmer who hears a mystery voice, telling him to build a baseball pitch on his land so that various deceased sporting legends can come back from the dead to play games that were denied them when they were alive. An unlikely premise maybe but it works. It is a story full of quiet appeal and lovely characters. Great performances by Costner, Ray Liotta, James Earl Jones and a swan song from Burt Lancaster mean that the sentimentality is pitched just right such that even the non-sporting types (such as myself) who care nothing about baseball will find a lot to enjoy.
The A (gb) wrote: Too hilariously bad to condemn nor earn a passing grade. HARD TICKET TO HAWAII is recommendable for all the wrong reasons.
Lachlan B (es) wrote: Is it bad that this was my favourite childhood movie? And when I say "childhood", I mean it! Around 10 years old! Still love it!
Athinaeos P (us) wrote: Wonderful movie, the dialogue is a gem, enjoy it as absurd as it may seem on the surface!