Framed for the murder of her husband, Libby Parsons survives the long years in prison with two burning desires sustaining her: finding her son and solving the case. Libby suspects her husband is still alive; and as she has already been tried for the crime, she can't be re-prosecuted if she finds and kills him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A woman framed for her husband's murder suspects he is still alive; as she has already been tried for the crime, she can't be re-prosecuted if she finds and kills him.
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Benjamin O (au) wrote: Dysfunctional parenting.
Boon K (us) wrote: This was a great hidden gem. Watch it if you have Netflix now! You won't be disappointed.
Diana S (gb) wrote: I'm probably spoiled on Robin Hood movies, having seen too many darker versions to really appreciate the technicolor spectacle that is [b]The Adventures of Robin Hood[/b]. Errol Flynn ("Cuban Rebel Girls") is very charismatic and the Merry Men have a joviality not even matched by the Disney version. The film has all the familiar legend highlights, including the archery contest, and everyone is into their parts. Maid Marian's handmaid brings in some excellent comic bits. But no one will every be as good as Alan Rickman in the Sheriff of Nottingham role.[b]WarGames[/b] is a really fun thriller from the '80s with the lovable Matthew Broderick ("Bee Movie") and a surprisingly cute Ally Sheedy ("Steam"). Broderick is a computer geek who stumbles upon a military computer and gets it started playing a nuclear simulation "game." The computer is so huge it takes up a room, and Broderick has a telephone line especially for his modem. It's so cute. Anyway, despite the outdated technology, the story is very tense. Broderick and Sheedy are adorable together. Lots of fun. And a good moral about the misuse of technology with personality.[b]Room 6 [/b]seemed promising. A woman's in a car crash and her husband gets taken away in an ambulance. Then she can't find him in any local hospitals. Weird dreams, visions and creepy little girls ensue. And boringness, unbelievability and ridiculously twist endings. Lame.I also thought [b]The Hamiltons[/b] would be good. But it wasn't. The style was very film school. One of the annoying main characters even carries around a hand-held camera, so we get those shots, too. Great. Weird family keeps hostages in the basement where they drain the victims blood and feed it to something mysterious in a cage. I just didn't care. Avoid. Avoid.Mira Nair's ("Vanity Fair") [b]The Namesake [/b]was amazing. I loved it. I feel in love in the beginning of the film and just stayed there all the way through. The story follows and Indian family over the course of about 30 years. It focuses on their family relationships and the struggle of the son (Kal Penn, "Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay") with his heritage and the modern American world. I enjoyed the earlier part of the film with the parents, Irfan Khan ("The Darjeeling Limited") and Tabu ("Fanaa"), more than the later half. The film had so much going for it that I ignored any flaws. I bawled like a baby more than once. And I thought about the movie for days. See it now.
Amanda (nl) wrote: Really nice and heartfelt movie about a foreign young man who gets washed upon 2 old ladies shore after a storm. They then bring him in and restore him back to shape. But they soon find out he is a very talented violinist. Anyway, this movie is really nice and pleasant to watch. It's kind of interesting, too. The acting also, was wonderful. It may be a tad too slow sometimes, but in all it's quite a relaxing film to watch, with wondrous setting and warm storyline.
Paul D (de) wrote: Paul Newman, well into his twighlight years still manages to pull off a watchable performance, especially in a rather generic film
Debra F (ca) wrote: this movie is sooo good! i cry everytime i c it!
Craig W (de) wrote: I enjoyed this comedy-horror flick. It's definitely more funny than scary - so those looking for an edge of your seat movie will be disappointed. I did buy this DVD if that matters.
jay n (gb) wrote: Highlighted in the book "Bad Movies We Love" which is just the place for it and an apt description.Super cheesy mid 80's crime drama played straight but good for many unintentional laughs. Cast full of B actors this "suspense" thriller is full of dialogue that will have you laughing out loud especially since it is said in deadly earnest. Berenger is a decent actor and gives the best performance, not that the bar has been set too high here. Melaine is horrendously bad. The opening and closing title sequences including the music are classic examples of 80's techno-pop excess, that does however contribute to the squalid, trash wallow feeling of the entire enterprise. This is only for when you're in the mood for a guilty pleasure viewing experience.
Graham F (ru) wrote: Hoffman and Christie at their best....great cinematography as well
Avid C (nl) wrote: The Housemaid (original title: Hanyo) will present to you a young woman trying to take her destiny into her own hands. She lets her desire run free and the result is a very hot sex scene.The scenario is nothing new, but the plot is interesting is not always obvious. The intrigue of that high class family is very interesting.The house is gorgeous, the setting push, and the actors beautiful for the most part.If you're in the mood for a asian subtitled drama about the a rich family and its secret with a dark humorless story and a steamy undertone of sex, you should watch it.
Matthew T (it) wrote: Hold That Ghost was one of Abbott and Costello's best movies. When I was a child I was terrified by the scene where the hand reach out from the stove in the basement and strangle Charlie Smith. The performance by the Andrews Sisters is wonderful.
Private U (mx) wrote: That was a terrible comedy of the `80s, and if it was a sci-fi that case every James Bond movies were a sci-fi as well. :))