After losing their restaurant in a fire, a husband and wife come up with a strange plan to rebuild their shattered finances: marrying the husband off to a series of lonely women and defrauding them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dreams for Sale
After losing their restaurant in a fire, a husband and wife come up with a strange plan to rebuild their shattered finances: marrying the husband off to a series of lonely women and defrauding them.
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Clarence (it) wrote: I think this was good i mean it really tells his life and what made him kill.
Jason L (br) wrote: Take the annoying and dorky Broomfield, with his bald spot and excessive audio equipment (seriously....no sound guy?) barging up on ppl and doing POINTLESS interviews out of the equation and its somewhat watchable. And wtf....he loses sound during an interview with Mopreme, where he actually pisses Mopreme off LMFAO???! Some great unseen photos and videos though.
Wayne K (ca) wrote: A film of insufferable pretensions and relentless ugliness, Irreversible occupies a special grubby little spot in the world of reprehensible cinema. If the 10-odd minute anal rape scene doesn't make you puke, then the God-awful camera-work will. Some scenes are a single, smooth, continuous shot like in films such as Birdman, my favourite movie of 2014, but many others are what you might get if you strapped a video camera to the back of a fly. The camera spins and tumbles all over the place as if being operated by a drunkard, and that combined with the fact that some sequences are so appallingly lit mean it's often impossible to decipher what is actually happening. The dialogue is banal and far too excessive, the 'hero' goes out of his way to make you despise him, the reverse chronology feels like more of a cheap gimmick than a way to enhance the story, and, judging by the incessant flashing in the final shot, it seems the only people this movie hates more than women and homosexuals are epileptics. Uninteresting, unlikable and deeply unpleasant, this is one to avoid at all costs.
Lisa D (jp) wrote: OMG!! Hilarious and true!!
Thomas E (gb) wrote: Sketchy but worthwhile SF arty film. I'm a huge Faye Wong fan, so for me this was a must-see.
Shane L (gb) wrote: Mommie Dearest the movie is not Mommie Dearest the book; the movie probably covered about a third of the plot that was captured in the book, but as a movie by itself, it is actually quite solid. It is built on a foundation of stark simplicity and plays like a minimalist version of itself. Though it is weak in parts, it entertains. It entertains, and really, what else matters?
Michael T (ca) wrote: Puzzling at times, but never enigmatic thanks to a strong performance by Huppert.
Grant F (ru) wrote: Ostensibly a documentary about Monsanto!
Mike S (au) wrote: If hadn't been a William Powell-Myrna Loy film, then it would have been a bore. It's only them that carry the film.
Ane B (fr) wrote: The Last Witch Hunter is a generic fantasy film set in the present time, with some really mediocre performances and okay CGI. Even though there is nothing really special about the film, many might find this an enjoyable guilty pleasure and I personally wouldn't have anything against a sequel if they decide to do it. Vin Diesel really shows he has fun in the role and you can't help but feel the same watching the film.