Domestic Import

Domestic Import

Well-intentioned Marsha and David hire a foreign housekeeper, Sophia, to care for their new baby and put some 'sanity' back in their lives. What follows is a situation that spirals out of control. In a frenzy to find an American husband before her visa expires, Sophia manipulates poor Marsha and David into caring for her ten-year-old daughter while she goes on a dating marathon. Pretty soon, who is employing whom, becomes the question. Also thrown into the mix are Marsha's hypochondriac father, Sophia's eccentric Mama and cousin Sasha from the Moscow circus.

Well-intentioned Marsha and David hire a foreign housekeeper, Sophia, to care for their new baby and put some 'sanity' back in their lives. What follows is a situation that spirals out of control. In a frenzy to find an American husband before her visa expires, Sophia manipulates poor Marsha and David into caring for her ten-year-old daughter while she goes on a dating marathon. Pretty soon, who is employing whom, becomes the question. Also thrown into the mix are Marsha's hypochondriac father, Sophia's eccentric Mama and cousin Sasha from the Moscow circus. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kendra A (de) wrote: I take it back I loved this movie

Alexander A (gb) wrote: At first i was a little bit wary as i really didn't want to humanize a band i revered so much but as it went on i was drawn into the subtle interactions between the members and of course the music just can't be beat.

Leonardo Malacay S (it) wrote: Hermoso documental, que es toda una inspiracin para aquellos que queremos ser maestros.

Kair K (it) wrote: An incredibly honest look back on the life of a man who, at his time, was probably one of the most influential people in the world. This documentary should be mandatory for anyone in a place of power. An absolute masterpiece.

MF J (jp) wrote: This third chapter was probably the one they should have not done but money being the main engine of films these days, it was obvious we would get a third episode after the phenomenal success of the two previous films.

Greg W (mx) wrote: another sports/boxing pic-yawn.

Conner R (it) wrote: Maybe I saw a different movie than most because I really like Mobsters. It's basically a Young Guns type movie with a gangster setting. I guess if you only take it straight forward and don't consider the context of when and why this was made it will make no sense. Christian Slater is at his prime here and does what he does best. I can't really tell you what that is, it's just a type of atmosphere he sets that I haven't quite been able to commit to words. While him and the rest of the cast do overly slimy Italian accents and the characters are almost cartoonish in nature, that's sort've the charm with these 90s period pieces. Then you've got an almost comical take on violence because it's so overdone and every death consists of twenty bullets plastering each victims face. This is not something like The Godfather or Goodfellas, it's basically just a slightly goofy yet fun movie that showcases young hollywood stars and pits them back in the bootlegging era. While some may certainly lose their mind over this idea and call it "hollywood trash", I certainly found a lot to like in this movie.

Sam A (nl) wrote: Vigilante is such an awesome b movie.fred williamson is the best as a no nosense bad mofo out for blood against gangsters.The movie has this sense of realism but still feels like a grindhouse movie.