Father's Little Dividend
In this sequel to Father of the Bride, newly married Kay Dunstan announces that she and her husband are going to have a baby, leaving her father having to come to grips with the fact that he will soon be a granddad.
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Carlos M (ca) wrote: A solid film that intertwines four compelling stories loosed based on real events about the senselessness of violence, aggression and brutality, as well as people's obsession with it - which, as the film suggests, makes us not so different from animals, only perhaps worse.
Orlok W (nl) wrote: Malignant is a cautionary tale about the nature of addiction and the technology to control our behavior that is rapidly becoming reality--Science blends with science fiction in the creepiest of ways in Malignant!!
John H (br) wrote: I thought Roman Coppola had talent, I guess even a talented person can be hit and miss, this one is a miss, I'm half-way through the movie so far, and felt the movie was so un-entertaining that I took the time to pause the movie, register on rotten tomatoes and give this review, it's the most un-entertaining movie I've seen in years with such big stars as Bill Murray & Charlie Sheen, if you have a chance to skip this one I highly recommend it! Luckily I only lost 79 cents from redbox over this fiasco of a film.
Miles S (fr) wrote: A really interesting reinterpretation of film noir, Bla Tarr has once again slowed time to a crawl. Certain aspects of this film are quite traditional (the constant use of dramatic music), but the overall flow and look is completely within the world Tarr has created time and again. I'm in awe of how the French mediterranean could look like central Hungary (much of the film was shot on Corsica). The cinematography is beautiful and stark, at times recalling the best of noir (The Third Man or Night And The City) stretched till nearly the breaking point of both time and contrast. Not wholly successful when compared with Tarr's earlier efforts, but this seems like a hold-back from a lost era. worth nearly every minute, even when bordering on tediousness.
Jeffrey S (fr) wrote: The best biography of person ever .
St John P (kr) wrote: A young Joseph Gordon-Levitt fists a guy.
Andrew L (au) wrote: Although it put me in mind of watching Bruce Wayne play Ghenghis Khan (no kidding, he really did make such a movie), this wasn't as bad as all that. Jason Scott Lee showed some surpising talent. Mark Dacoscos' role on the other hand could have been a little meatier. There's some lovely scenery, some slightly awkward armour moments with overly large helmets and overall, I think this is worth a watch - on a Sunday arvo with beer and chips.
Kristelle E (br) wrote: Wow, everything a classic flick would offer!All the cast are great actors, they fit well with their characters and it doesn't feel force or anything. The story's kind of cliche (because I have only watched it at this time of the year and it's been a decade!) This is a very clean and fresh teenage romance classic flick I would probably still enjoy watching after a decade or more.
Olaolu A (mx) wrote: A top-notch debut for the Wachowski Brothers who went on to even better things with their sophomore effort, The Matrix (before the sequels ruined that movie's legacy). What could have been a cheesy, trashy exploitation film has been turned instead into a top-notch modern-noir thriller that is intelligent, sexy, stylish, unpredictable and darkly-humorous. Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly light up the screen as the two lovers and co-conspirators and Joe Pantoliano oozes equally parts menace and charisma as the intended dupe of the lovers who isn't quite as naive and foolish as expected. The cinematography is gorgeous and the use of certain primary colors (mainly black, white and red), shadows and light add to the already intoxicating atmosphere. If this movie were not about anything but its looks and sense of style, it would still be a success. Luckily however, the movie has a plot, in addition to the visuals, that keeps the viewers involved from start-to-finish with plenty of unexpected twists and turns; moreover, by keeping the action mostly within the confines of an apartment building, the Wachowski Brothers keep the levels of tension and suspense at a maximum. As with any movie of this sort, there are logical flaws, but the movie is so involving that very few (if any) will be noticeable until after the movie is over. In the grand scheme of things however, the mixture of ultra-stylish film-noir, thrills, chills, romance, eroticism and intelligence make this one an entertaining and engrossing thriller that is worth watching again and again!
Robert I (it) wrote: One of the greatest kid/family films ever. I watched this a ton as a kid. John Ritter rocked so hard... it was a sad when he really died.
Sal W (us) wrote: This Rambo movie was 100% pure crap.The 4th movie made up for it IMO.
Nathan S (nl) wrote: This was a big dissapointment to watch. Great actors from SCTV making a trashy slapstick innuendo movie that is more toward the Porkys crowd than the witty SCTV fans. If I tell what this film is about, you'll wouldn't even be interested in watching this!!!!!A thumbs down!!!!!!
Dan B (ca) wrote: I seem to recall this one being a total bluescreen nightmare.
Zachary T (br) wrote: I only wanted to see it because of John Lennon. From reading synopsis, I thought it was just going to be another gay romp through history. I was pleasantly surprised to find that they wanted to communicate far more with the picture. A good film for all who have an afternoon.
Eliabeth N (fr) wrote: This movie so so utterly charming. <3