Don't Drink the Water

Don't Drink the Water

Somewhere behind the early 1960s cold-war iron curtain, the Hollander family cause an international spying incident when Walter photographs a sunset in a sensitive region. In order to stay out of jail, the Hollanders take refuge in the American Embassy, which is temporarily being run by the absent Ambassador's diplomatically incompetent son, Axel.

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Don't Drink the Water torrent reviews

Yoshi S (fr) wrote: It was good but not great. Based on Japanese video game and looks like it. Professor Layton was smart but movie was not really smart... CG animation and dts surround were great but characters were not really... Never available in US and I got Blu-ray from UK. and I'll sell it on ebay! haha...

Sebastian I (ru) wrote: Not bad, I was expecting worse with Van Damme... The problem is that is this movie JCVD looks too old to act again, he looks depressing, but his combat moves are still good. The story was good too and Vivica did a great acting.

Chris C (de) wrote: Funny and charming, Serendipity delivers a match made in holiday heaven with solid and enjoyable performances by John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale.

Blake A (br) wrote: oh my word you did not make this movie.

Sherry (gb) wrote: So funny and very cute

Ian F (nl) wrote: I was surprised I liked this because it's a western (of sorts- it was filmed in Banff!) as well because Monroe is spellbinding and I really, REALLY need to see more of her work. She was phenomenal! Sure she overacted, but that was the 50s; everyone did by today's standards!She provided a lot of the soundtrack and sings beautifully; the rest of the soundtrack was suitable. It looked great (again, bad green screen, but it was the 50s) and... I don't know, it just worked! Well!And yes, the ending is bad, especially since Monroe's Kay almost gets raped by Robert Mitchum's Matt but really, did you expect it to end any other way? It was fitting for the times, we'll say that! But Monroe makes the movie!

Dave R (us) wrote: For some reason European critics like Loach's films (about Britain, made in Britain) much more than the British. So they know this is a modern classic, beautiful yet violent, political yet moving. If it was subtitled it'd already be on one of those dumb 'best films ever' lists.

Rendan L (it) wrote: The third installment in the long running franchise brings things to a series high with some fun action and interesting set pieces. Yet W.S Anderson's script continues is typical nonsense. Grade: C-

Allen G (de) wrote: One of the most emotionally brutal films that I've ever seen- 'Tyrannosaur' flourishes thanks to a trio of great performances by Colman, Mullan, & Marsan.It's Lars Von Trier-level miserable here- completely unrelenting and deeply upsetting at times. It would be easy to resent the film for this and dismiss it but the cast give such compelling and rich performances that you allow yourself to become invested and you, basically, let the film make you feel like crap. Set in bleak suburban England, literally everything about this picture is bleak and unpleasant. Enough of this is justified, however, through the movie's focus on emotional abuse, as much as physical abuse. The film's look at masculine aggression in particular is extremely impactful and completely justifies sitting through it. It's a side point but, I must say that I really liked how the title of the film came up in the story- I was hoping that it would and it's brief mention actually resonated with me a lot so, bravo,Anyway- not for the faint hearted- 'Tyrannosaur' will leave you feeling sick but not every film is sunshine and rainbows, nor is every life, unfortunately, as is shown here.

Dalton L (nl) wrote: I loved this movie. The cast was great and the story was well-told.