A woman moves from NYC to LA after a murder, in which she is implicated. She is followed by what is apparently her evil alter- ego. She moves into a room for rent by a writer, and he begins having an affair with her, but after some strange things happen, he's not so sure if the affair is with her or her doppelganger.
- Stars:Drew Barrymore, George Newbern, Dennis Christopher, Leslie Hope, Sally Kellerman, George Maharis, Peter Dobson, Carl Bressler, Dan Shor, Jaid Barrymore, Stanley DeSantis, Sean Whalen, Thomas Bosack, Sarina C. Grant, John Cardone,
- Country:USA, UK
- Director:Avi Nesher,
- Writer:Avi Nesher
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Doppelganger torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Nothing new in this film
(br) wrote: Might as well be called American Dream: The Movie, and that is in no way a derogatory statement. An epic study on power and how it corrupts those it touches, nearly perfect in every way. This will go down as one of the seminal movies of our time.
(jp) wrote: sorry this clown couldnt scare a sparrow but theres some good bits lol
(us) wrote: What could have been a inspiring story is nothing but a slowly paced and dryly narrated 2+ hour film. It surprises me this got nominated for best documentary feature.
(ru) wrote: I loved it! The writing and acting were superb. The relationships between all the characters were real life and give you a renewed hope for humanity.
(au) wrote: cool movas i like ok
(us) wrote: Have you ever known a movie was going to be so bad but you watched it out of curiousity anyway when a friend wanted to? Adrienne Barbeau has fallen on hard times and Ryan Starr (American Idol Season 1) should of stuck to a singing career that wasn't going anywhere lol. The delightfully cheesey opening boy band scenes reminded me of why I always made fun of Backstreet Boys. Just might be the worst thing I've ever seen to the point of being so hilariously awful that we had to finish it.
(jp) wrote: When a rich old man dies, her much younger wife spends some time with his son's family. Not at all related to Samperi's Grazie, Zia, this film is one of the many exponents of the trashy Italian comedy of the time, of very dubious taste but still weak to not even seem controversial. What is interesting to note is that this film stars a young Valerio Fioravanti, who would later be associated with a right winged Italian terrorist group.
(au) wrote: Hideo Gosha's directorial debut is just as integrally beautiful as his other films. As you might expect with Gosha, Three Outlaw Samurai is gorgeously shot, brilliantly choreographed, and its story beautifully told. The score might not be up to snuff with his other films, but it still does add to the many amazing subtleties of the film. The story is simple and direct but it still manages to feel complex. Gosha displays his keen ability to mix intricate storytelling with intense sword battles to satisfy the chanbara fan and the arthouse fan inside of everyone. Just like Hideo Gosha's other films, Three Outlaw Samurai is simply magical.
(kr) wrote: view Lillian of the Field for a true social statement film.
(br) wrote: Aaaaagh, things you can't unsee! It's so horrible, it's funny. And creepy with a capital creep!
(fr) wrote: This could be the earliest example of a phenomen which has become commonplace in recent sci-fi films: the idea that when something goes wrong with the world, the way to fix it is to drop bombs on it (see Deep Impact, Armageddon, The Core, Sunshine for example...). The movie has a fine, pacy script and excellent acting, using cut-scenes from real life disasters to illustrate the ensuing calamity of the earth being shifted in its orbit to move closer to the sun. How likely this scenario actually is is questionable, but it's perhaps closer to the edge of plausibility than a lot of movies one could name. Sadly, it ends with a shot of a church spire. What's the message here? That when science fails, prayer is a viable option? This kind of "nod to God" is all too common in sci-fi films. Although at least they don't try to pretend that God would (or could) actually do anything...
(jp) wrote: Mel Gibson stars Lieutenant Colonel Hal Moore in We Were Soldiers. The film documents there entry into the Vietnam in what was considered to be on of the worst battles of the war. We Were Soldiers starts slow in an attempt for you to get to know the soldiers in their wives. The film then goes on with an onslaught of continuing violence and war as if to remind and ingrain that war is bad. Costars in the film include Chris Kleine, Sam Elliott and Barry Pepper as a reporter. The film clearly does this to insinuate the chaos that had to have been the war. Without much room for breath, or much other elements to the film, the film does get weary. The film does at least tie to film the actual victims along with some statistics of the war, which did make for a stronger and more powerful ending.
(br) wrote: Entertaining horror-comedy from James Gunn pays homage to the horror-comedies of the 1980s, and it is a lot of fun. It has some good gore effects, a solid cast, and some ridiculousness that never takes itself too seriously. If you like stuff from the 80s like "Night of the Creeps" or the "Evil Dead" movies, chances are you'll find something to enjoy in this.
(ru) wrote: OK. Good concept, well acted, too melodramatic an ending. Too bad...