Based on a true story, Fatal Honeymoon tells the shocking story and controversy surrounding a newlywed who tragically dies on her dream honeymoon and the subsequent investigation as to whether or not her husband was guilty of killing her.
- Stars:Billy Miller, Amber Clayton, Gary Sweet, Harvey Keitel, Liz Alexander, Gael Ballantyne, Andrew Buchanan, Dane Carson, Glenn Cartrer, Laurence Coy, Michael Cuckson, Gemma Forsyth, Andrew S. Gilbert, Julia Harari, David Harrison,
- Director:Nadia Tass,
- Writer:Teena Booth, Mac Gudgeon
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(it) wrote: an odd choice for the director of Dream Home ( a gory slasher ) but still a very funny international film.
(jp) wrote: This film is a refreshing coming of age film about a runaway polygamist Mormon girl in Vegas. Culkin does a great job acting. The music and cinematography are amazing for this first time director/writer Thomas. It's nice not to see a typical over produced Hollywood crap movie for a change. Highly recommended.
(de) wrote: Katherine Heigl needs to apologize for making this movie.
(jp) wrote: Pretty good Christian movie about a teen bit who is ridden with guilt after a old friend takes his own life at school. It takes a tragic event for him to find God and a race against time to put his life back on track
(ag) wrote: Fue divertido ver la interaccin entre las cuatro, los papeles fueron muy buenos, la historia entretenida, haban cosas que para mi no tenan sentido, pero a pesar de eso, chevere y que podra volver a ver.
(gb) wrote: Terrible terrible movie which drags on and on with only bad acting for company...
(ca) wrote: Sam: You knew you were dying from the start? George: We're all dying from the start. I just got moved to the head of the line. I didn't pay much attention to this movie until I saw that Hayden Christensen was playing one of the main characters. With little expectations I started watching the movie and wauw! It was so beautiful, raw and full of emotion. In this movie Kevin Kline portraits a father who is diagnosed with cancer and wants to spend his last summer building a house, together with his troubled son (Hayden Christensen). Hayden pulls off the anger and frustration and he perfectly acts the rebellious, outraged teenager of the 2000s. I must say this is one of the most touching and heartfelt movies I've seen in a while. It made me laugh, cry and appreciate life even more. Sadly, Life as a house is overlooked and underrated by most people...
(mx) wrote: plutotun film a ecouter en famille bien mais jai deja vue mieux
(mx) wrote: Wonderful touching movie about a relationship between a 55 year old and a 5 year old. It's a lovely movie, slow, detailed and beautifully directed.
(us) wrote: I'm really going to have to read this book so Gwyneth Paltrow and her horrible accent can't fucking ruin it like she did the film.
(it) wrote: Oh, fu*k you! Michael Cain was in it! Still, it's painful to see how some people just can't (big emphasis on CANNOT) backport the Theater into the Big Screen. Shame.
(nl) wrote: This movie is predictable from the start, and if you read the synopsis on here you'll know everything about the movie. It's not terrible, but it's not worth watching either.
(ca) wrote: This is probably one of the sleaziest movies that's ever been released by a major studio and featured big-name actors, and there is no chance in hell a film like this would get made today; "Prime Cut" contains everything from dead people getting ground into hot dogs and naked young girls being put on display and sold off like cattle in a barn! That said, it's an incredibly entertaining piece of sleaze and one of the more unusual and offbeat crime melodramas you've ever seen and the B-list material is completely elevated by the A-list talents of the cast and the filmmakers. Lee Marvin shows why he's one of the coolest movie stars of all time as he even makes the simple act of locking a door seem badass, Sissy Spacek makes a very memorable film debut as a very naive, exploited young girl, and Gene Hackman and Gregory Walcott (best known as the hero from "Plan 9 From Outer Space"!) make wonderfully hateful villains. The whole thing moves at a brink pace, features many unique and colourful characters and locations, and contains a number of memorable setpieces, the highlight being a chase sequence that climaxes with the amazing sight of a car being chewed up by a combine!
(jp) wrote: Chicago is directed by Rob Marshall, and it stars Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta Jones, and Richard Gere in a musical criminal comedy about a desperate girl that wants to be in the spotlight, but the guy that she thinks will help, turns out was lying to her, and that made her mad enough to kill him, and she goes to jail with the other girls where they wait for a lawyer that'll help get them out of jail for special occasions. In terms of careers, this is still one of the highest well liked films from director Rob Marshall, which makes sense as the film is written by Bill Condon who did Dreamgirls, Kinsey, Gods and Monsters, and some more that critics and people enjoy, well besides the final two Twilight films, but it could've happen for any director. While it wasn't as great as I remember it, I still thought Chicago is a solid film. The acting is really good, although it is Richard Gere who is stealing the show because he's having the most fun out of what he does for his character and you can just tell that his character loves his job. The dance scenes are great to watch when it transitions from reality to the musical stage, which is done very well that doesn't feel distracting. The characters are decent at best, but I think I wanted a bit more of them, but you had to take away some of the elements that were in the musical for cinematic purposes, so I understand why they did that, and the movie does flow very well in the story of it. There were some chuckles that I got, but it wasn't really as funny as people say it is, and from my opinion only, I found the songs to be unmemorable, not that the songs are bad, I mean He Had it Coming is the only song that I enjoyed and is the best part of the film, it's just I find the songs to be all right, not something that I listen to. It has some smart moments that were unexpected to me, and the writing by Bill Condon is pretty good at understanding the source material. Chicago is a really good movie that while it's not one of my favorite musicals, I still like what was of this movie.
(ca) wrote: A difficult but powerful (and funny) script based on a true story, combined with top-notch performances and direction, gives us a mature story that reveals what really matters among people.
(ca) wrote: This movie was not the same without Matt Damon!
(au) wrote: Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe kicks off with a bang.I've been a big fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe ever since its inception, and have stuck with it seeing almost all of them in theaters. The movies themselves have their ups and downs, teeter-tottering between genuine character developing storylines and mind-numbing summer popcorn action. This movie, I'm glad to say, focuses on the MCU's character development and is an improvement on the semi-disappointing Avengers: Age of Ultron.The Positives: One big positive I had with the movie was the introduction to the new characters; specifically the two new heroes, Black Panther and Spider-Man. I felt as if both Black Panther and Spider-Man were great additions to the universe and did not feel shoe-horned in at all. Tom Holland absolutely killed it as Spider-Man. I'm extremely excited to see his standalone movie because he already has me rethinking my favorite Spider-Man portrayal. Another positive I had with this movie was its fight scenes. The Russos focused in on more stick-to-the-ground, hand-to-hand combat (much like they did for The Winter Soldier) rather than big CGI explosion-fests. The airport scene (which is shown pretty heavily in the trailers, but doesn't spoil any of the good parts) is probably my favorite scene in the movie. I geeked out pretty hard when each side had 6 team members and they both started slowly walking up to each other, then started running towards each other, and finally it was an all out brawl. It was just such a fun, nerd-out scene of probably 15-20 minutes of action. Finally, my last positive I want to talk about is the final "twist" in the movie. I don't want to spoil anything in the movie, but two characters have a certain connection that the audience doesn't know about and neither does one of the other characters. This leads to the last fight scene in the movie. It was one of the few times the MCU has truly shocked me. I'm glad they included this.The Negatives: One kind of severe gripe I had about this movie was the first act. Holy crap was it bloated. There was just way too much going on. In the first act there was a flashback from the 90s about the Winter Soldier, an Avengers mission which included Crossbones, backlash because of the mission, Tony Stark talking at MIT, Tony's relationship with Pepper is rocky, a Hydra subplot, and eventually the main plot of the movie which is the mixed feelings about the Avengers being controlled by the UN. Although a lot of what I mentioned that happens in the first act eventually makes sense and is fine by the end of the story, it was just a lot to take in for the first third of the movie.Verdict: It's a great MCU movie, definitely in the top 4. I highly recommend seeing this movie if you love the Marvel brand, or comic book movies in general. Don't be afraid to geek out in the theaters, folks!