- Stars:Wallace Shawn, Neil Pepe, Stephanie Roth Haberle, Larry Pine, Radha Mitchell, Michael J. Farina, Jonny Lee Miller, Chloë Sevigny, Matt Servitto, Arija Bareikis, Brooke Smith, Zak Orth, Will Ferrell, Andy Borowitz, Amir, Andy, Conny Dachs, Denise, Fanny, Nicole Hauser, Steve Holmes, Monique La Belle, Jens Marquart, Sabine, Titus Steel, Sty, Kelly Trump,
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Josh A (nl) wrote: Poorly acted, poorly written, and embarrassing to watch; It makes Trust look like a masterpiece, and the creation of this film borders on being a crime against humanity
(es) wrote: I loved this movie! The best thing about this movie besides Shahid Kapoor is his acting! I like seeing how Shahid is growing as an actor. After "Dil Bole Hadippa" and "Kaminey", this is the third movie in his hat trick. I thought Shahid was very versatile in this movie because he made you laugh and cry. Shahid was very funny in this movie which I loved. We knew he was a great dancer, which was showcased very well in the movie, but this is another peek into what he can really do as an actor. Genelia was a pleasure to watch alongside Shahid. They're both young and gave fresh performances. I loved the movie's music especially "Pe Pe Pepein". Shahid looks hot in that number! Very enjoyable movie all around.
Gary M (nl) wrote: It was an alright movie. Had very few funny points. Good twist at the end.
Tony V (jp) wrote: Ok, Ok, Ok, The director Made a pretty Good Story And better Monsters, But still, The actors were more Terrible!!!
Joe D (jp) wrote: Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder are a great odd couple with excellent chemistry. However, this wasn't my favorite movie with these two. I thought Silver Streak and See No Evil, Hear No Evil were better films with a stronger storyline and humor. However, I had a few chuckles here and there with Stir Crazy.
Jerry C (nl) wrote: More Scorpion Lady, more violence, more brutality. This time, she gets the bad guy at the end! The cinematography is gorgeous and so is the art direction. Western 'Women In Prison' movies always have a certain vulgarity about them. The Japanese took this genre and made an art out of it. Can't wait for the third one (of six!).
Edgar C (br) wrote: Inspired more by Bergman than by a dream, 3 Women is a strikingly nightmarish take on alternate personalities and how psychological patterns are shaped through uncontrollable circumstances. Eerie imagery is presented throughout with the purpose of symbolically speaking what neither the screenplay nor the characters can't, yet they remind us of meanings we must take into consideration, even if we meditate about them in our sleep. It is better to know the least about the movie as possible so it can speak more strongly in its first viewing. Quite possibly Altman's best.Back in noir times, Carol Reed intrigued us about who the third man was. Altman does the same now with women, but does not answer directly. The mystery is solved by itself.98/100
Christopher C (au) wrote: This movie was made so Sony could keep the rights to the Spider-Man movies and keep him off the MCU Sony did not do a good job. I know the special effects are great and there are some good performances but this movie is just ok.
Kristen P (nl) wrote: I don't know who you are Peter Strickland, but I like you.
Ruth T (kr) wrote: Gives an amazing insight into the personal cost of a dictatorship to initial innocents and the political games that get played