The perfect gay couple are having a wedding in their backyard and they've invited the family and all their emotional baggage.
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Ted W (us) wrote: Garbage al pacino movie.
Jared P (fr) wrote: This is not a great heist movie but it is a fun one with enjoyable performances.
Dave G (br) wrote: The script was kind of weak but Cheadle still made it work.
Mohammed A (br) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Tsukasa A (fr) wrote: What a gorgeous casting! Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster and Christoph Waltz are Oscar winners and John C. Reilly is an Oscar nominee. I'm intimated if the strongest actresses Kate and Jodi crush head-on in the bloodiest fight but the movie is well-balance by Jodie and Christoph taking aggressive roles while Kate and John taking softer roles so that the movie would not fail due to series of dreadful fights.All scenes except park scenes are shot in a house and actors were requested to learn the script from cover to cover by heart. They repeated rehearsals to reflect direction in the performance and real performance was shot in real time without rests. Thus indoor performance in the house became thrilling with dynamism of lines and tension of real time take. It is funny that, at first, they have assailant and victim structure in a fight of their kids but the structure changes as the husbands sympathize each other and wives collude each other depending on dialogues they have. Carnage in the title means genocide but I believe the title implies:-Human beings have a nature of carnage-Irony to exaggerated reactions to their kids' fight-metaphor of dreadful scenesIn the ending credit, a puppy urinate in the park. It is difficult to control its behavior completely by a leash but I don't think it's smart to start a war because its urination may destroy environment.
margarita c (mx) wrote: This movie is so cool. Cult classic for me. oh so forgotten but it's hilarious.
Muffin M (de) wrote: After refusing to conform to the rigid, strictly ordered society of the future, Paul Anders (Steve Railsback), Chris Waters (Olivia Hussey) and Rita Daniels (Lynda Stoner) are delivered to a maximum security behaviour-modification camp. They soon discover that their only chance of freedom is to survive the "Turkey Shoot", a manhunt devised by ruthless camp warden Thatcher (Michael Craig). The odds are stacked against "the turkeys" and the hunt is on...Who will survive?also stars Carmen Duncan, Noel Ferrier, Roger Ward, Michael Petrovitch, Gus Mercurio, John Ley, Bill Young, Steve Rackman, John Godden andOriana Panozzo.directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith.
Jordan T (ca) wrote: Warren Oates is mesmerizing while barely saying a word, Harry Dean Stanton smarms as the slick Sunbelt nemesis, and Ed Begley Jr. does the best work of his career. Adapted from the batshit crazy Charles Willeford novel, this is another exhibit in the case for Monte Hellman as the most overlooked directors of the 70s
Sophie B (ru) wrote: I don't quite know how to describe this. I watched it expecting nothing great and I still feel quite confused as to my feelings on it but I really enjoyed it. It was interesting and understandable (not always common in 'old' movies) and it touches on themes I can completely understand despite the age gap. I feel I may have liked it better at Christmas time, as the beautiful images of a snow covered cottage with a young deer outside was magical. I truly felt for Cary, as her whole world changed and ended up feeling satisfied at the end. A good romance.
Michael A (it) wrote: With tons of twists and turn this will keep you guessing right up to the end.
Ann M (au) wrote: This has to be one of the worst movies a great actor could possibly make. When will "someone" realize that few want to watch anyone having sex on a giant screen or any other screen. Someday, Hollywood will catch on when people just stop going to their movies. What could have been an incredible movie with incredible actors, turns into a complete waste of everyone's time and money.
John M (de) wrote: They're old. It's kind of OK I guess.
Bishwamina P (de) wrote: seems 2 b nice movie....
Stephanie L (kr) wrote: It's like Some Kind of Wonderful 10 years later in a parallel universe. Eric Stolz and Craig Sheffer are both in love with the same woman! 2 scenes stand out for me and mostly for the music. When Eric Stoltz/Parker Posey and Meg Tilley/Craig Sheffer have their sexual interactions to the sounds of Syd Straw's Howl and when Pere Ubu closes the movie with Wasted. Great dialog, with lotsa funny, lotsa tense scenes. A good movie.