In 2011, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas outed himself as an undocumented immigrant in the New York Times Magazine. 'Documented' chronicles his journey to America from... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Leslie M (jp) wrote: Flynn, Niven, AND Rathbone? How could ya refuse?
Sonika B (au) wrote: cud've been a nice disney movie.. but weak direction killed it...
Alex Y (ag) wrote: Interesting movie. I just realized that LAu Ching Wan is kinda cute.
jay n (kr) wrote: Meditative family drama about healing old wounds as the family's matriarch is approaching her sunset. Jean Simmons, terribly feeble-she passed away less than a year after the film's release, gives a gentle but resolute performance. Nice that she could make her final bow above the title of a film that while it's not a masterpiece is a respectable showcase for her great often under-appreciated talent.
Marcus M (jp) wrote: A nice little mystery, with a against type cast Colin Firth as a pill popping bastard of a man. Although i felt Alison Lohman let things down a bit.
Rinaldo H (au) wrote: Charlotte Gainsborough was adorable
Dan H (jp) wrote: Awesome biography of Stu Ungar... it's possible it could have been five stars had it been financed properly.
Tanner K (gb) wrote: Can a crook go straight without really trying? Maybe; by the logic of Blue Streak- it's an absolute yes. But the bigger question at hand: can a movie be good without really trying? No, it can't.
Nikki V (ca) wrote: stai crisement platte
Dann M (ru) wrote: "What is all this shit about the corn?" Uninspired schlock, Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice is a convoluted sequel that only serves to muddle up the series. After the events of the last film the surviving children of Gatlin are taken to the next town over and placed in foster care, but the call of the corn raises up another prophet to carry on the cleansing of the adult impurity. The story is poorly written and the characters aren't very interesting. Additionally, some reconning is done in order to make this plot work (to the extent that it does), but in the end it just creates a bunch of inconsistences and over explains what's best left ambiguous. Poorly made and horribly executed, Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice is a desperate attempt to turn a one-off B-horror film into a series.
Timm S (br) wrote: Didn't Mind It. Passed The Time With An Interesting Story Of Torn Love In A World Of Financial Stress. Some People Just Find Each Other At The Wrong Time But The Right Place.
Jaime R (de) wrote: A charming musical from start to finish, which simply can't be found anywhere nowadays.
Ken T (au) wrote: An all-time great film often ranked among the best films ever made. This is perhaps the finest example of Max Ophuls' canon. A bourgeois woman sells a pair of earrings her husband gave her as a wedding gift for money. The earrings travel about from different people and gain in significant. Once just an insignificant wedding item, the earrings are now given intrinsic value to the three main characters. The woman, madame de... (her name never given) is married to a French General (Boyer), but their marriage is not a love match and each proceeds with their owns lives and affairs. The woman (Darrieux - ravishing) meets an Italian Count and falls in love with him. A woman who has lived a life of superficiality not has found true love. The film contains exquisite sets and costumes. Ophuls elegant roaming camerawork is stunning - particularly in the opening sequence and in a ballroom dance. The script is terrific. It would be impossible to imagine this story told in any other fashion other than on the screen - in other words, this is cinema at its very best.
M C (kr) wrote: Somewhat entertaining, but never risky or ambitious enough to find many real laughs. 36/100