Paul and Camilla’s marriage is in trouble. They head to a picturesque cottage in the South of France to work through their problems and try to inject some love back into their marriage. As their relationship unravels, the holiday is hijacked by an American and his French girlfriend. Looking for an excuse to pause the hostilities, Camilla invites them to stay at the cottage...
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(mx) wrote: Then they gathered the viewers in the place the Hebrews called Armageddon, and the seventh angel turned on the film and a voice cried out of heaven "it is done". And there were voices and lightning and thunder, an earthquake the likes if which has not been seen since man was on the earth. The world split in three parts and cities and nations collapsed. Thanks for ending the world makers of this offensively bad excuse of a movie
(au) wrote: The '15th Minuet' of Carlos Mencia's 15 minuets of fame
(mx) wrote: Beautifully shot in the amazing Kazakhstan landscapes but it is hard to have compassion for the main characters. Schlondorff certainly did better flicks.
(ag) wrote: not bad for a movie about baseball
(gb) wrote: A Ringu sequel that trades scares for explanations. Creative and well thought out, but feels as though everything was written around the theme. Just be warned: It's nothing like Ringu/The Ring/The Ring Virus.
(ca) wrote: My only concern is that nobody let Priestly in on the joke.
(us) wrote: Really cheesy, but a must-see in the campy-horror genre. And it has David Carradine! Sweet!!!!!
(mx) wrote: Cushing and Lee crush it but the script takes far too many, mostly puzzling, liberties with the original text.
(ru) wrote: gritty and moving. excellent performancesWell shot. A genuine feeling of being a part of the story
(mx) wrote: Basically a series of monologues, paced well enough to keep you watching, but ultimately without quite enough cohesion. It was kind of fun identifying the who's who of not so famous actors that paraded across the screen. I can't decide if Julianne Nicholson's role as the interviewer/observer was necessary or not.
(us) wrote: Good. Kept my attention.