A man visits a prostitute but just wants to talk. She goes along with it until he starts asking questions. Is he just a loner or is there a different reason for him to come here?

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Josh H (au) wrote: Although I didn't see it in 3D it was still really interesting. In the end, I just wanted to know more and more but maybe that was the point.

Seth H (de) wrote: Boring and immature, I shut it off because I couldn't watch it anymore

David W (mx) wrote: Very good story! Real relaxed pace overall. Mild language, so it may not be good for young children. I do recomend seeing it!!

James H (ru) wrote: A good story overcomes the obvious low budget. The story is believable and gritty, but a bit extreme, but it's a film worth seeing. The acting is above average but no one is outstanding, good Chicago locale footage.

nangialai r (jp) wrote: it is a fantastic movie

Robert H (kr) wrote: Despite some genre clichs and uneven pacing, MUSIC OF THE HEART is still a heartwarming, inspirational story about the transformative power of music.

jonathan b (ca) wrote: Sonatine is the yakuza film equivalent of japanese modern architecture. It's minimal, practical, sparse, beautiful, peculiar, thoughtful, and at times inventive. The narrative is very slow with occasional moments of extreme violence. But it's take on the gangland violence is cold and very matter-of-fact which exacerbates the existential nature of the film without being too overtly heavy handed ( as opposed to doing it with dialogue ). Now Kitano does have an agenda here. He's establishing a style, a very anti-hollywood style. And at times it might not feel entirely genuine ( such as the scene where a yakuza man gets offed and Murakawa ( Kitano ) and his girl friend just stare into the abyss, sans any type of normal reaction, supposedly soo deep in their existential angst that they can't bother to react or are too apathetic to. But despite a few of these moments, the film wins by focusing on the frail, candid and odd beginnings of relationships that Murakawa is building here on what he seems to think is his last mission as a gangster.

Aswin W (es) wrote: This was a very good movie. It had a interesting story of how change the past to a better future thing. I got engaged through the whole film as the guy got his wish facied the good and bad consequences from the wrong decisions. James Belushi and Michael Cane were good in this just if only an angel came up to me to change the past.


Gergely K (es) wrote: Kellemes szellemid (C)z (C)ses B mozi. Jobb szn (C)szekkel (C)s kvetkezetesebb trt (C)netvezet (C)ssel kiemelkedhetett volna a kz (C)pszers (C)gb'l.

Irvin C (de) wrote: At first I thought I was going to be watching a sort of-kind of remake of "Sunset Blvd." (much "Ali: Fear Eats the Soul" is a remake of sorts of "All That Heaven Allows"). But it turned out very, very different (and a bit darker, in a way). A sports writer meets and finds himself drawn to a fading movie star with whom he has an affair. But she masks a dark secret of being addicted to morphine and being essentially tortured and controlled by a money-grubbing doctors. The film is beautifully photographed in very expressive black & white and is often punctuated by beautiful, almost surreal production design. Great performances too. Now I need to see the rest of Fassbinder's BRD trilogy

Grayson W (mx) wrote: Mainly consists of bad things happening to Divine and her gasping "oh!" in shock (try That for a drinking game!). It's strangeness and over-the-top-ness make it a fun viewing.

FilmGrinder S (ru) wrote: 68% "We've got a cockamania circus on our hands!"-Sam Freeman Opie is involved in a chase thats causes thousands of dollars worth in damage.

Dorothy M (nl) wrote: Frankly, the acting in this film is dreadful! The story deviated unbelievably far from the original fable of King Arthur. And some of the battle costumes for the men were laughable. There are so many other films of this genre that are so much better.

Sylvester E (jp) wrote: A very good film worth adding to your collection.

Kyle C (nl) wrote: Ok, that was definitely more than 3 days so not quite sure what the title is supposed to mean, but anyways, as for the ending, (minor spoiler) was the shot working, or not, because what he does with it doesn't really explain anything. The action is good, when it's there, and the story is dramatic and somewhat decent. Kevin Costner who I don't usually prefer isn't all that bad, but he has no emotion whether it be happy, sad, anxious, hurt, nothing, he's just kind of bland, but I'm guessing that's how he always is. Now a big problem for me in this, was the daughter, played by Hailee Steinfeld, I cannot believe that this girl was nominated for an Academy Award because she is awful, her facial expressions, her dialogue and just pretty much everything that she does in this, she is not good. Overall it wasn't atrocious, it was just kind of all over the place. MILD RECOMMENDATION.

John C (ca) wrote: I think I know why Bonton liked it so much but I found it quite disappointing. It's a classic blaxploitation and with the exception of some great lines, it was overall boring. Lots of talk and little action.

James M (it) wrote: This was a great start to this awesome concept. I feel like I need to watch this more. I have seen the second, and I like them equally.

Sean C (fr) wrote: Not nearly as good as the first one, but you have to give them credit for not taking the obvious route with the sequel and doing a retread of the fish-out-of-water scenario - something like "Tibbs Goes to Tokyo." Actually, now that I think about it, that would have been pretty cool.