Over the course of this drama's six separate stories, a variety of couples struggle with the infidelity, dishonesty and heartbreak that plagues their varied pasts. In overcoming their challenges, these diverse individuals embrace a brighter future.
- Stars:Kathy Bates, Gerard Butler, Julie Delpy, Andrea Di Stefano, Anna Faris, Frank Gallegos, Alex Hughes, Eva Mendes, Harriet Rogers, Charles Rubendall, Charlie Sheen, Stellan Skarsgård, Shane Snipes, Imelda Staunton,
- Director:George Augusto, Savina Dellicour, Phil Dornfeld, Ravi Kumar, Benjamin Ross, Paul Black, Krystoff Przykucki,
- Writer:George Augusto, Paul Black (segment), Phil Dornfeld, Ravi Kumar, Barry Langford, Greg Lessans, Jennifer Mullins (script), Victoria Peters (script), St
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Guilty Hearts torrent reviews
(es) wrote: creepy and unpredictable. the most disturbing part to me was the way the dude sarcastically said 'are you not feeling well, sarah?' on the phone.
(jp) wrote: Hillarious. Great story teller.
(ru) wrote: Wonderful study of marriage & the ties that bind us. I look forward to more SSoldini directed films.
(nl) wrote: I'm biased too... But a fantastic film nonetheless.
(nl) wrote: Epic, epic movie of war, redemption, and love. It is like nothing I have ever seen before. Beautiful in every way.
(kr) wrote: Not the worst creature feature I've ever seen, but certainly not the best. Pickens are slim when it comes to giant spider movies but you would obviously do better to go with The Mist, Return of the King or Eight Legged Freaks. It was kind of fun to try and figure out everything the doctor was saying though. Honestly the only reason I watched this was because there was a cool looking pic of the spider in the John Landis book Monsters in the Movies, and the monster was indeed kinda cool, but the movie was pretty bad. And the opening stuff with the aliens was so pointless.
(gb) wrote: Zwigoff's smart, deadpan adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name is funny, endearingly odd and bolstered by a pair of strong, likeable performances from Thora Birch and Steve Buscemi.
(mx) wrote: 15 years past, still feels like terrifying!!
(es) wrote: 5 stars for realism and great acting - picked it up because I enjoy Jim Carrey in his serious roles. Really enjoyed picking apart the movie plot and guessing the secrets of the characters :D The movie reminded me somewhat of "Everybody's Fine" - if that's your type of movie, you'll like this <3
(es) wrote: I haven't seen this film is year and it definitely holds up. I remember when I originally saw this in the theater that there was a real novelty value of seeing high powered Shakespearian actors Kenneth Branagh and Derek Jacobi in an what is very much a genre picture. Having come off of his huge success with "Henry V," I suspect Branagh didn't want to get pigeonholed as a stuffy classical actor and wisely made something quite different with this Hickcockian thriller. Branagh plays a PI who helps amnesiac Emma Thompson figure out who she is, but things get complicated when Thompson has repeated visions of a past life involving her, Branagh and murder. The film is a class act all around and Branagh delivers all the thriller good. The script was written by Scott Frank, who only had one film credit prior to this, but who would later go on to write some modern classics like "Get Shorty," "Out of Sight" and "The Lookout." Matthew F. Leonetti gives the film a slick look (even if the black & white flashbacks to the past lives were originally shot in color, they still look great) and composer Patrick Doyle, who also only had a few credits before scoring films like "Brave" and "Thor," provides an exciting score. There's also a fun and unexpectedly eclectic supporting cast that includes Andy Garcia, Jacobi, Wayne Knight, and Robin Williams. I think my main complain about the film is that it does seem a bit overly operatic at times, though that may also be part of the film's charm. Regardless, it's a solid thriller with an amazing cast. And I do have to say that Branagh and Thompson look like a couple of kids in this film. When I looked them up on IMDB, they were both just barely out of their 20s when they made this film.
(mx) wrote: It was supposed to be great...
(de) wrote: Quite a poor movie to say the least..... Certainly not worth the time to watch it.
(mx) wrote: A painfull, dispirited, wanna-be experimental follow up to a cinematic classic. This travesty, along with Staying Alive, is one of those sequels that never should have happen.
(jp) wrote: A fantastic social drama, and still relevant today too! Field is perfect, and she even won an award for this performance, so if you're a fan don't miss this one. It's a really good movie.
(jp) wrote: A good introduction to the cowardly braggart that Hope did so well. A very, very funny film. Love the Harvard monograms. "I'm the CAPTAIN of the team!"
(mx) wrote: 91/100. A very heart warming film, wonderfully written and believably done. There is a fine attention to detail and the film has a loving feel of the time. Superb cinematography, good art direction but it is the marvelous cast that makes this film work, as well as George Stevens sensitive direction. Irene Dunne is so perfect in the title role and gives one of her best performances. The movie boasts an amazing supporting cast, Barbara Bel Geddes, Oscar Homolka, Ellen Corby and Edgar Bergen. The scene with the cat is a classic! Bel Geddes, Homolka, Dunne and Corby were all nominated for Oscars, as was the fine black and white cinematography.
(es) wrote: My Rating: 4/5 stars; Grade: B+; Gesture: One Thumb Up; Status: Fairly Better (Fresh); Emoticon: :-).