A nursing student (Cross) forced to quit school for family reasons winds up taking a job as a doorman in an elite apartment building in New York City, where he sparks to one of his residents (Roemer). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A nursing student (Cross) forced to quit school for family reasons winds up taking a job as a doorman in an elite apartment building in New York City, where he sparks to one of his residents (Roemer).
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Khepri N (jp) wrote: Okay movie. I dread African stories and pains being channeled to Europeans for monetary reasons(his wife). But it was an okay movie nothing I haven't seen before
Gema R (ag) wrote: Talented guy. His cold as ice parents reminded me of Ordinary People.
Johnny N (gb) wrote: No... Pretty mediocre story. Does not leave any lasting impression. Though I'm beginning to admire Tang Wei as an actress...
Amelia T (it) wrote: fills one with courage & a conviction of clarity and morals .. always heartwarming in the portrayal of relationships .. what a film.
Tim W (jp) wrote: The whole film is like a Behind-the-scene footage. Who would have done such a thing? But it's funny.
Robert R (it) wrote: Bridge to Terabithia was to me a really silly, over the top, sappy, unrealistic melodramatic kids film until the third act which made up for it.
Kyle M (es) wrote: Hard and strong in emotions and the well-executed controversial concept, this courtroom drama is one of the finest with a great cast performing emotionally as the film has power and putting great points out there when it's "one of the first mainstream Hollywood films to acknowledge HIV/AIDS, homosexuality, and homophobia." However, it can also be looked as a film focusing on dangers to a person's health that's hard to watch. Overall, the film's worth watching. (B)(Full review coming soon)
Karl P T (de) wrote: "I am a Mozart, Shakespeare and Einstein.."With the same old plot of melodrama like every single ones, though this movie is full of good stuffs and people who thought they themselves are 'the ordinary' shouldn't miss at all.
Katrina A (ca) wrote: Good reminder of what people can be capable of.
Marcus W (it) wrote: A silly and dull Goodfellas wannabe.
Jason M (gb) wrote: Not a western as one would expect from the Duke, this is a story of oil field fire fighters, based on the true life story of Red Adair. John Wayne plays Chance Buckman, owner of an oil field fire fighting company, and costars along side Katherine Ross, Jim Hutton and Vera Miles. Some really good fire scenes, with a good plot, and a fantastic bar room brawl, this is worth seeing!
Alex S (nl) wrote: Talk of sexual conquest and repeated losses of dignity. These two things are found in every weekend trip to Vegas but they also serve as the foundation of this depressing account of down-on-their-luck circus performers looking for an escape from an industry that really offers no room for career advancement possibilities. So we have the ringleader, Albert, and his mistress, Anne (who, by the gods, could probably get away with murder if she weren't busy getting director Bergman away from his marriage). While Albert wants to abandon the nomadic performance lifestyle to return to his family he abandoned three years prior, Anne wants to find someone to love her in fear that Albert won't stick with the team. Enter theatre performer, and master swindler, Frans. Albert's dreams are crushed, Anne is victimized (a few times), fist fights break out, a bear is shot and no one walks away happy (par for the course for Bergman, though). There's something "off" here that, while keeping me from outright loving this, I cannot put my finger on. It's not the bizarre story sequence about soldiers leering at a nude woman who, in reality, is hard to take pity on. It's not the characters, though Frans really hams things up. The pacing, maybe? I don't know. Not for everyone but not a bad 90 minutes at all.