In Torino, Celine, an American model, is abducted by a taxi driver while en route home to meet her sister Linda, visiting at her apartment. The next morning, Linda reports that Celine is missing - the sergeant in charge directs her to F.B.I. agent Inspector Enzo Avolfi. He's from the Special New York City Department investigating a serial-killer that kidnaps foreigners to destroy their beauty. When a Japanese woman is found at nearby a fountain, Enzo and Linda find that the girl is calling the abductor's skin is "Yellow" in color and Linda concludes that the guy might have jaundice. They go to the Policlinic di Torino to find the killer.
In Italy, a woman fears her sister may have been kidnapped. Inspector Enzo Avolfi fears it's worse. They team up to rescue her from a sadistic killer known only as Yellow. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Adrian B (de) wrote: I'd rather watch UFC in real live rather than the fighters try and act. No offense Kimbo Slice lol
Chrystal M (us) wrote: The Funnest Movie you will ever see. Except for the Family Guy Movie
Jana A (de) wrote: My all time number 1 movie. A perfect depiction of mental illness, without overly saddening the audience. A beautiful story of how two struggling individuals saved one another without even realizing it.
Asia C (es) wrote: You have to take it not so seroiousle and you will have some fun. Good commedy!
Jerry C (de) wrote: Directed by Tony Krantz (executive producer of '24'), and scripted by one of the writers of 'Band of Brothers, this is a disgusting mess, and looks like a hybrid between a Zalman King movie and a Z-horror thriller.
J B (kr) wrote: Not as good as the sum of its parts.
Bryan M (gb) wrote: Pretty bad excuse for a comedy. Three women (Meg Ryan, Diane Keaton and Lisa Kudrow) who stay in connection constantly over the phone, mostly chatting about their curmudgeonly father. A few scenes generate mild laughs, but it tries too hard to be a moving story about the relationships between the four characters. It's sentimentality, and sometimes downright inexplicable behavior of these people, makes it sappy instead of warm-hearted. This was the final appearance of Walter Matthau, who had been wonderful only five years earlier as a lovable Albert Einstein in "I.Q." (also with Meg Ryan) and had enjoyed recent hits with his pal Jack Lemmon, just mugs a lot here. He's not particularly likable, even annoying in several scenes. Ryan comes off best, but even her character is horribly written and we lose interest half-way through. The same is true of the usually dependable Keaton and Kudrow. Keaton directed this. If I hadn't seen her terrific work on "Unstrung Heroes" (1995), I might have said 'stick to the day job.' This one's a mess.
Mark L (it) wrote: One of my top ten. A powerful movie with three powerful women but terribly damaged in one way or another affect each others destiny's in ways they dont even know. So good. Although, being from New England there are times when I shudder as the Maine accent is utterly butchered, but past that, a wonderful movie, with amazing performaces! A not to be missed film by those who love strong roles for female leads.
jay n (de) wrote: Unexceptional crime thriller benefits from London location filming, a cast full of good actors and John Wayne in the lead. The main story is average but it moves at a good pace and has an enjoyable car chase thrown in. The theme music over the opening credits is classic terrible 70's junk but fortunately the rest of the supplemental soundtrack is much more in synch with the feeling of the film.
Kevin R (au) wrote: Rough and tough street tale about a brutal pimp (Wings Hauser of all people, firing the screen up as psycho Ramrod) hell-bent on vengeance against prostitute Season Hubley. Vicious, gritty, raunchy. A winner.
Zack L (mx) wrote: Terrible movie... don't watch it.