After Ben Keefer kills Gil Reardon's wife, Reardon seeks revenge. To get to Keefer he has to outdraw one of Keefer's henchmen. But Keefer makes it look like murder amd he is convicted and ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nathan P (au) wrote: Being a devoted doctor Who fan, this was a first in the long line of films, tv and theatre that i wished to see our beautiful Who cast in. Not Another Happy Ending follows the story of quirky writer Jane lock heart and her relation with her difficult publisher. The movie is worthy of a 'Comedy' title at moments but romance? Well you be the judge of that. All in all its worth a watch but make sure you have your phone in hand for a cheeky text or Facebook update whilst in the mid's of those occasional dull scenes.
Bromeo K (fr) wrote: a great doc on the human condition.
Keiron B (ca) wrote: It's been a long time since I've seen a sci fi film this original. I won't say too much to avoid spoilers, but expect to be appalled at the class divide and the way the human race lives on in this apocalyptic future.
Kristin J (nl) wrote: This movie is a form of "the hills have eyes" type of movie. Massive amounts of torture that would not be for the faint of hearts to view. This is a pretty sick movie, yet an eye opener of how a girl is IN LOVE with her older brother, insane to the fullest degree and trying in her mind to make "bad apples good ones"
James H (mx) wrote: This is an excellent documentary, I was not that familiar with Jack Wrangler, But he is certainly a fascinating person, and someone who would be interesting to know. Great interviews, especially the ones with him. Good use of footage, well edited together.
Stuart K (de) wrote: Written by Louis Mellis and David Scinto (Sexy Beast (2000)), this is a script they'd had stockpiled with it's star in mind for years, but it took forever to get it funded. Despite it having a very theatrical look and feel, it is after all at the end of the day, just another British gangster film, and it doesn't really add anything new to the well worn and now tired genre, it tries to be clever, but it ends up being another Revolver (2005), if only partially better. Colin Diamond (Ray Winstone) discovers that his wife Liz (Joanne Whalley) is having an affair, and she feels the spark has gone out of their marriage, Colin gets his friends homosexual gambler Meredith (Ian McShane), racist Old Man Peanut (John Hurt), down to earth Archie (Tom Wilkinson) and destructive Mal (Stephen Dillane) to find Liz's new lover and kidnap him. They find 'Loverboy' (Melvil Poupaud), and lock him up in a cupboard in a derelict house, while they wait for Colin to come round and sort him out, but it's not as simple as it seems, and Colin seems to be losing his mind as he tries to sort 'Loverboy' out. It's a well made film, but that's not enough, it's like a chamber piece for most of the film, used to show off the talents of the actors on display, but it doesn't really go anywhere, despite good intentions. It's a lot less clever than it thinks it really is, and it ends up being more dull than provocative.
Jocey D (mx) wrote: Dark. Slow. Shallow and disjointed narrative. Intriguing but unsatisfying. You don't share the main characters obsession. There's no point to the whole mystery. Big waste of time.
Ellen R (de) wrote: a low budget B movie for sure, but the acting isn't bad (yayyy jackson!) and the story itself was pretty decent as well.
Tim M (au) wrote: Tibetans need some tips from Iraqis and Afghans if they want to do anything. The Chinese don't have anything to distract them like the British had.
Gordon C (mx) wrote: Ah, the old time travel paradox.If Ben went back in time and saved his daughter, then he would no longer have had a reason to go back in time, so she wouldn't be saved after all. Which would mean he would have to go back in time to save her. Which would mean he wouldn't need to go back in time....And so on.You gotta ask yourself the question, though: having discovered a means of going back in time, why didn't he go back far enough to save his wife? After all, if his wife hadn't died, his daughter would never have been in danger in the first place. I don't think he thought things through.
Erik G (us) wrote: A bit of a poor showing for all three...Meyer, Hackman and Baryshnikov. Kind of a cross between The French Connection and White Nights... funny that. But Meyer...Meyer...what happened? Not convincing at all and uninspired acting and editing. Caught somewhere between the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the Clinton era...it's references and inside jokes are lost. Good thing Hackman is always fun to watch.
Jim B (jp) wrote: The theme gets to me every time. The British version of Dangerous minds.
Ann B (jp) wrote: This is proving scarily accurate now, i visited Battersea FunFair as a kid, the locations are superb, ok may seem a bit dated now
Logan M (fr) wrote: "Ali" is well acted, but is seriously lacking in memorability.
Raffy R (us) wrote: A largely enjoyable and credible coming-of-age film, despite some forced broadness and uneven pacing.
Chris H (de) wrote: Utter garbage, an insult to the already lousy original. Uninspired, void of a single scare and tame even by PG-13 standards. Quite possible the worst horror remake and I've seen both Black X-Mas and April Fools Day.
Bruce20 W (us) wrote: This movie is very cartoonish and hard to watch, but it has a few strong points.