Fortune

Fortune

Two lives collide and then change forever when a suicidal psychiatrist is interrupted mid-attempt by the ambitious son of his wealthiest patient- a young man who claims to desperately need help and won't take no for an answer.

Two lives collide and then change forever when a suicidal psychiatrist is interrupted mid-attempt by the ambitious son of his wealthiest patient- a young man who claims to desperately need help and won't take no for an answer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Whitney B (br) wrote: This movie was HILARIOUS. How did this get such low ratings?! I laughed so hard I cried. Billy Bob and his dry humor are amazing. Gets me every time.

Neil G (kr) wrote: Could have been made into a tv series not a film

James D (es) wrote: I own it, so I might as well see it once.

Fascade F (nl) wrote: It was okay...first scene was as close to that movie "Heat" from back in the days...it was okay...

Ashley H (it) wrote: Cold Creek Manor is a boring film. It is about a family who relocates to a dilapidated house in the country that was once a grand estate. Dennis Quaid and Sharon Stone give horrible performances. The script is poorly written and slow paced. Mike Figgis did a terrible job directing this movie. I was disappointed after watching this motion picture and would not recommend it.

Zach H (fr) wrote: Add in the kills, and malcom mcdowell gettin bloody, and this flick would freakin rule.

Rachael D (fr) wrote: funny, the first one is the best.

Thomas B (gb) wrote: Sometimes sequels should not be made. This movie is a prim example of that...

Paris S (fr) wrote: Aside from the sibling angle and great character acting, this is about as forgettable as any James Stewart western could be.

Mike D (kr) wrote: Great low, low-brow flick

Ian C (br) wrote: DePalma goes all Hitchcock again. This time it is 'Vertigo' meets 'Rear Window'. As per usual it is stylishly shot and has the suspense to match but by the closing credits one can't think that the plot was abit ridiculous. As in all Brian DePalma flicks that he stars in Dennis Franz is the balls.

Dillon L (nl) wrote: very funny love this movie

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