May is waiting for her boyfriend in a run-down American motel, when an old flame turns up and threatens to undermine her efforts and drag her back into the life that she was running away from. The situation soon turns complicated. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fool for Love
A woman is waiting in a motel for her boyfriend, when an old flame turns up and tries to take her back to the life she is trying to leave behind.
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Daniel H (au) wrote: First hour isn't the best but the second half is great!!!
Si V (fr) wrote: The acting in this made me physically nauseous.
Cindy L (ca) wrote: What really happens after you say I DO!!
David Ray G (ru) wrote: I was in my very early teens when I first attempted watching this movie, and I clearly remember stopping it at 6 minutes. The second time around, and much maturing later, I found it absolutely terrific. Frears is a director who is capable of pulling unbelievably fantastic performances from every one of his actors - no matter if they are leading or secondary ones. Alfred Molina probably in one of the best roles of his career here. As for the ever-glorious Gary Oldman - I really cannot think of an actor who would have been a better Joe Orton in his shoes.Partly reminiscent of Fassbinder, a tragic biopic of an even more tragic figure in what is one of the best movies of the late 1980's.
Donald W (jp) wrote: John Ford made some of the best Western movies ever made, but every once in a while he had to try to make a political statement in his movies. in 1959 and 1960 the country was in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement so old John Ford decided to make a movie about it. Only he set it in the Old West to take some of the edge off it. The story is about a black soldier accused of raping and murdering a white girl. As usual with a John Ford Western the heros are 20th Century characters transplanted into the 19th Century. Jeffery Hunter plays an Army lieutenant who is both the defense attorney and the commanding officer of Sergeant Rutledge. His attitude is not that of a 19th Century soldier but a 1960's liberal. Sergeant Rutledge is a member of the 9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers. He is accused of killing a superior officer and raping and murdering a white girl. As a Western it's good. It's set during the Apache Wars. There are some good fights with renegade Apaches. As a crime drama and a court room drama it's little weak. The original story was set in post World War II Germany not the Old West. In the Old West if a black man so much as looked at a white woman he'd be lynched. There would be no trial. As for the trial itself the procedures were all wrong. The trial was just a dramatic device to tell the story in flashback. Also the murder of a civilian would have been in a civilian court not a military courts martial. He did kill the superior officer which would have been handled in a military court but he wouldn't have been defended by combat officer and he would still have been punished even if it had been self defense. Then in the end there is a court room confession by the real killer like a Perry Mason story. The Sergeant is then restored to his former rank as if nothing had happened.
Karsh D (ru) wrote: Classic cop drama with Eastwood as tough cop Harry Callahan trying to track down a sniper in San Francisco.
Jonathan B (jp) wrote: Certainly Ferris Bueller is a lot of fun and Matthew Broderick is great, but I didn't buy into all of the exaggerated outrageousness in the second half and some of the film's surprisingly weird mixed messages. I can see why a lot of people consider it a classic, but in the end it is a sentiment I do not fully share.
Dustin K (mx) wrote: 1,2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19. . . I could go on and on.
Stephanie Z (es) wrote: 2.75. Wow, not quite sure why everyone hated this movie. Maybe it was a little too realistic not enough Hollywood for them. I think I liked the message more than the movie itself. The paranormal is very real, but like everything people don't understand, they fear it and think that if they ignore it that it will cease to exist. It's important to learn about this stuff and know that it is absolutely possible to take a scientific approach on the subject. Actually, it's already been done. We can learn a lot by studying it, if nothing else, how to better protect ourselves from it when necessary. But you should never turn your back on what you fear because if you do it could eat you alive. It is always best to study, to learn about and to fight your enemy.