Laura is a young woman living in a mansion with her reptilian lesbian maid Andrea. She meets and falls in love with Carlos, a man of high society who sees in her a vivaciousness he so longs to have in his life. But little does he know what troubles lie in store for him. Laura suffers from a dangerous case of nymphomania, desiring any man she lays her eyes on.
- Stars:Isabel Sarli, Armando Bo, Alba Múgica, Miguel A. Olmos, Oscar Valicelli, Mónica Grey, Marcel Zenklusen, Hugo Mújica, Roberto Airaldi,
- Director:Armando Bo,
- Writer:Armando Bo
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(br) wrote: I came at this movie from two perspectives: First, as a fan of Benedict Cumberbatch, and second, as an astrophysicist and high school teacher. I thought the film had a good combination of "hard science", but wrapped up in understandable terminology and a sweet human story. Benedict's physical work as Hawking is really amazing, and the scene with Penrose at the station was what sealed this for me as a favorite. I felt it was a bit short, and ended a bit abruptly, which is why I docked a star. But overall, as a fan and a physicist, I really enjoyed it and hope to share it with my advanced students.My biggest gripe is that it isn't available on Region 1 DVD!! Come on, BBC!
(gb) wrote: Might be Robert Wise's best movie that I've seen.
(gb) wrote: Interesting, weird, funny and depressing, and not necessarily in that order.Not sure what to make of this film but it certainly got my attention.Pat Healy was very good. The rest of the cast was good too.Great direction.
(jp) wrote: "cut sleeve" is Chinese for "gay". It's a good movie with a good story and some situations one might relate to, or not. I think it's worth a look.
(jp) wrote: A very sweet little movie about breaking out from the norm and discovering who you really are.
(jp) wrote: This starts off in a quite slapstick fashion but one brutal attack leads Millia's Kat to take matters into her own hands finally wanting to put an end to her mental & physical torture. He's a drunk wheeler dealer. You want it, he can get it. Mainly guns.Several admirers would like to take Kat for their own, she uses them all to execute her plan.A good cast put in solid performances but it's quite short & the characters are not really built up. The attacks are quite heavy but performed well.
(kr) wrote: To me, believing in fairies is as important as believing in ones own dreams and yourself. If you don't believe in something you cannot see, then one will never understand, love, respect and faith.
(jp) wrote: While the soul-pop flourishes slightly redeem the story's tepid boorishness, it's still suitably crass and ugly.
(mx) wrote: Woody Allen wanted to do something different after Alice (1990), and he made this tribute to the German expressionist cinema movement of the 1920's and 1930's by Fritz Lang, G.W. Pabst and F.W. Murnau. Despite it's bleak look and European feel, the result a good Woody film, with an excellent cast and mixing humour and suspense. It has lowly clerk Max Kleinman (Woody) being awoken from a deep sleep by a mob of vigilantes who are looking for a killer known as The Stranger. However, no-one tells Kleinman what is going on, or what part he's playing in their plan, leaving him to go through the night clueless, looking for someone who knows what's going on. Meanwhile, circus performer Irmy (Mia Farrow) and her clown boyfriend Paul (John Malkovich) have a row when Irmy discovers Paul is having an affair with tightrope walker Marie (Madonna). Irmy runs away, and finds herself with a group of prostitutes (Lily Tomlin, Kathy Bates and Jodie Foster), and Irmy has a fling with rich student Jack (John Cusack). However, she ends up with Kleinman, and he ends up being suspected as being the Stranger, and they go on the run. It's a well made film shot in a stark, sharp black and white, with some good humour and design on display. It's one of Woody's better films of the 1990's, coming after a few duds in the 1980's. This has a good supporting cast including Kenneth Mars, Donald Pleasence, William H. Macy and John C. Reilly.
(au) wrote: The politics of the film are a bit questionable (particularly nowadays) but the quality of the film itself cannot be denied.
(nl) wrote: Ziegfeld returns from the dead, not to eat the flesh of the living, but to stage new shows. This film is precisely the sum of its parts.
(jp) wrote: It has its charms, wit, and good acting; but at its heart, it's a cynical film with no truly likable characters. It might, in fact, make you squirm in your seat.
(kr) wrote: This is a great romantic comedy. Nancy Meyers hits gold again, Mel Gibson is at his best, and Helen Hunt is gorgeous.
(kr) wrote: Incredible movie! This is seriously a fantastic thriller and Val Kilmer rocks!
(mx) wrote: 6/10: A surprisingly non-commercial film directed by Joel Schumacher. He uses a hand-held camera throughout which makes it gritty and realistic!