In the modern day (1920s) story, Adam, a plumber, is happily married to Eve, a wardrobe-obsessed housewife, until she accidentally meets a supercilious fashion designer. At the prompting of her neighbour, who has secret designs on Adam, Eve secretly becomes a fashion model by day, knowing that her husband would disapprove. This tale is book-ended by a sequence of the two principals in the Garden of Eden, having the same preoccupations amid the dinosaurs and boulders.
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(ag) wrote: Je m(TM)attendais beaucoup rire et passer un trs bon moment mais a n'a pas vraiment (C)t (C) le cas. Le rythme est discontinu et je n(TM)ai pas rit autant que je pensais.
(au) wrote: Surreal, plausible and entertaining. Demonstrating artistically the flaws of art business as a waging war, the film has successfully indulged those who follow the lead of indirect messaging in several occasions such as film-within-the-film that spectacularly mischievous. Although it may sound corny but "on further consideration" the movie is so real to retreat the first word in this paragraph. Huston was fantastically shining and he had proven how easy to fill a dead character. On the other hand, Winstone's exaggerated performance has paled the painting, while Anderson's character has spiced up Jean, and so, the entire film.
(nl) wrote: Tons of gun fights..tons of style...Loved it..
(br) wrote: PATETICAMENTE MALA, HORRIBLE! No es arte, ni cine, ni nada que se le parezca. Encima fantasma y ridicula. No da miedo ni asco de lo irreal que es. DEJEN DE HACER PELICULAS CHOTAS DE ZOMBIEEEES!!!NO LE PONGO CERO XQ NO ME DEJA!
(au) wrote: not as good as the first and quite slow
(es) wrote: An excellent HK action thriller. It was really different from what I was expecting, which is a good thing this time. The acting is strong, and the plot was very entertaining. there were some emotional tender moments to balance the action sequences.
(br) wrote: Terribly filmed, choppily edited, poorly acted with terrible special effects, Mortal Kombat Annihilation is one of the worst sequels and one of the worst movies ever made.
(au) wrote: For Sam Raimi/Coen Brothers/Bruce Campbell completists only, CrimeWave is really trying way too hard to be a funny, wacky comedy but fails on almost every level. It's interesting to see some of the cogs in the Raimi/Coen genius cranking but I don't know if we should be too beat up that this flick is out of print. A little charm, but not much. VF.
(gb) wrote: Grueling and great. Another triumph for both Huston and Finney.
(ag) wrote: A truly crappy Jaws rip-off with a cheesy environmental message, Barracuda might have been entertaining if it had featured more barracuda attacks....the only thing that could have made it watchable....
(es) wrote: There are lots of little issues I could have with this movie, a number of things that upon reflection might not make sense. On the other hand, it sort of goes places I didn't think it would. It's unique and it's presented in a way that is unconventional. I like how he deals with the problem he creates: that the man is evil. One would think that it would be better to have the man as good, but Chabrol tackles that head on.
(ru) wrote: Not to be confused with the recent comedy troupe, this is a fun little crime caper from the 1960's, written by Bryan Forbes and directed by Basil Dearden, this is a good little British film with a good ensemble cast all giving good performances. It follows Lieutenant-Colonel Norman Hyde (Jack Hawkins) who sends out invitations to former army officers, including Major Peter Race (Nigel Patrick), Captain ??Padre?? Mycroft (Roger Livesey), Captain Martin Porthill (Forbes), Major Rupert Rutland-Smith (Terence Alexander), Captain Stevens (Kieron Moore), Captain Frank Weaver (Norman Bird) and Lieutenant Edward Lexy (Richard Attenborough). Hyde wants them all to partake in what he believes to be a perfect crime, which is known as Operation Golden Fleece, in which they're going to rob a bank in London, but they're going to obtain weapons from the army to ensure this goes off without a hitch. It's a good little crime caper, with some wonderfully witty dialogue to it's name, the cast are pitch perfect, (Hawkins is wonderful, and look out for a camp Oliver Reed!!) It's up there with all the great heist films, but this one has a good sense of humour.
(ag) wrote: We saw the Mystery Science 3000 version of this movie. It was inspiring. I love the giant lobster.