Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench

Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench

Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench is about the often uneasy but always beautiful relationship between music and love. It tells the story of a young Boston jazz musician who drifts from affair to affair, his trumpet the only constant in his life. He makes a promising connection with an aimless introvert named Madeline, who immediately takes to his music. Their relationship is cut short, however, when Guy leaves her for another, more outgoing love interest. The two separated lovers slowly wind their way back into each other’s lives, through a series of romances and near-romances punctuated by song.

Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench is about the often uneasy but always beautiful relationship between music and love. It tells the story of a young Boston jazz musician who drifts from affair to affair, his trumpet the only constant in his life. He makes a promising connection with an aimless introvert named Madeline, who immediately takes to his music. Their relationship is cut short, however, when Guy leaves her for another, more outgoing love interest. The two separated lovers slowly wind their way back into each other’s lives, through a series of romances and near-romances punctuated by song. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Roger B (it) wrote: As a Vietnam combat veteran, who has worked with returning veterans from our contemporary wars, I believe the movie accurately portrays the deep wounds which beset the returning vet. The great difficulties faced by our veterans in recovery and readjustment to civilian life is complicated by society's general, but not surprising, inability to comprehend the complex and profound damage done to our young warriors. This movie reaches across that chasm to show that compassion and love are necessary, and offers the same message to the veterans themselves. The somewhat surreal climax is a measure of the bridge of empathy we each need to cross if we are to save our brothers and sisters, and ourselves from an irreversible downward spiral. Use heart to evaluate and learn from this valuable movie. Roger Backes

Melinda K (br) wrote: Do not watch this movie. Kevin Sorbo (Hercules) is what made me curious but I can't imagine why he lent himself to this movie. Amateurish with cariactures of characters.

Camille L (br) wrote: RONIN est un film plutot reussi, mis en scene par le vieux briscard JOHN FRANKENHEIMER de facon efficace, avec ses nombreuses courses-poursuites et son intrigue a tiroirs (un peu trop d'ailleurs). Les acteurs sont plutot bons et le duo DE NIRO - RENO marche du tonnerre. On regrettera alors que le film soit un peu trop long.

Steven G (kr) wrote: Kirstie Alley and Tim Allen seriously should have had a sitcom together. They have so much chemistry, and they bring humor to a movie with a comedically stunted script and a cliched plot.

bill s (ag) wrote: I'm a fan of the Hughes brothers films and this is one of their best.

Mandela W (mx) wrote: The civil rights era is one that still stands the test of time and the 1960's was when it was at the height of its notierty. Martin Luther King gave his I have a dream speech, Malcolm X was assissanted along with MLK, The march on Selma happened, the Freedom Riders and the murders of Civil rights workers. Mississippi Burning winds the clocks back to 64 when those murders happened. The movie looks at the efforts of two FBI agents to find some measure of justice for the blacks in the south, but just like any task of this kind it is not easy. Alan Ward and Rupert Anderson are sent down from DC to Mississippi to investigate the disappearance of three civil right workers. Ward is a deadest no nonsense agent while Anderson is a bit of shady realist type agent who knows the south well. Ward and Anderson quickly find out how much the a small town in the state is on edge and how the KKK has installed fear in everyone, especially the blacks. This makes the investigation the agents came down for that much harder.its very real film about a time where everything was tense. Alan parker really captures mississipi well at this time. it was a real nightmare for blacks. I mean parker does a really great job of instilling a tenseness in the atmosphere of Mississippi. the racism in the state is so evident thanks to this. interesting how they applied the news broadcast elements into it as well with the interviews. adds a sense of realism to this ficitional story based on real eventsgene Hackman never seems to disappoint. Anderson knows the ways of this small town and yet makes it really unclear if he is trying to derail wards investigation or is trying to give him the right guidance in solving this murder. he played him as not only someone who jumps both sides of the fence but is fearless against the white supremiscts of the south. willem defoe plays an slightly idealistic and no nonsense man who doesn't know what he's messing with here in Mississippi. frances mcdormand was excellent here! I was worried she was gonna play a generic like character but this one was intriguing as she was one of the few townsfolk to actually sympathize with black folks and was fascinated by this rare attempt at order by the fbi agentsI really liked the script for this film It was so nicely written. I liked the music too I was trying to find that main theme online but no luck. Anyway folks go check out Mississippi Burning

Evan S (nl) wrote: "Eat lead sucker!"Peter Jacksons first theatrical film, Bad Taste, is nothing but pure gory fun! Considering Mr Jackson took four determined years and a ton of wood to make, it is a low-budget gore fest cult horror comedy that simply cannot be missed!

Aaron E (de) wrote: Some nice ideas but feels more hammy 1960 than 1980. Douglas tries his best.

Sarah d (nl) wrote: Damn, what a great way to make an animated/sports film featuring talking animals.

gw s (ag) wrote: This movie takes several different horrific concepts and throws them into one story. Pretty rad, a little campy but totally worth a look.

Cedric L (jp) wrote: Well-acted and claustrophobic.

Elton G (gb) wrote: It's fun and has great action, but Malekith is such a terrible, awful, boring, thinly written, annoying, confusing, forgettable, useless, random and barely developed villain that he drags this film into the lower ranks of the MCU.

Tyler A (kr) wrote: derivative but aware of and cleverly exploits genre tropes with well executed story, acting, cinematography and scares.

Ben F (au) wrote: There are a surprising amount of moments in "Timecop" that flash some kind of value or quality. Visually, the film itself is a pleasure to watch. Van Damme is at the top of his game in terms of his physical capabilities, and the action sequences are done quite well. The only problem is that the film's insanely linear story and blatantly predictable outcome rob the picture of having any kind of lasting effect on its audience. "Timecop" is another let down. In 1994, Walker (Van Damme) gets attacked at his house by a bunch of criminals. His wife and unborn daughter are killed in the process. Ten years later, time travel has become a definite possibility. Walker learns that there is a corrupt senator who is using the time travel for his own personal gain. He needs to stop this from happening, while simultaneously uncovering the mystery of his wife's death. The predictability doesn't necessarily come in the film's plot, but in the execution of it. Mark Verheiden takes the easy route in several instances throughout the course of the screenplay. Because of this, you'll see things coming from a mile away; including one-liners and premeditated character exposition. The action sequences are actually top notch in this picture. Watching Van Damme do what he does best in this film was absolutely entertaining without a doubt. The well done visuals accompany some pretty well choreographed fight scenes. The pretty well done cinematography is actually thanks to Peter Hyams, who does cinematography and direction in this film. These aspects were definitely a breath of fresh air, while viewing a film that was drowning itself with dimwitted linearity. Van Damme himself puts at least enough effort into the film to be believable in some way, and the rest of the cast as well pretty much does their part. As mentioned before, the disappointed comes in Peter Hyam's definite insecurity and Mark Verheiden's inability to concoct individualistic qualities. Surrounded by a shell of intrigue, these two individuals manage to hit every conceivable cliche possible. Its almost as if they don't think they can concoct something original so they incorporate recycled elements from other films. This nearly killed the entire picture. Van Damme and the rest of the cast is primed up and ready to go. Each actor for the most part does what they are supposed to do, and with solid cinematography, and well done fight sequences, each department is let down by a flawed director and a mediocre screenplay. The film's lackluster outcome might have something to do with the stress of the Peter Hyams, who attempted to do two jobs at the same time. The only thing that is certain is that "Timecop" goes from a potential entertainer, to a run of the mill bore.

Riff J (br) wrote: Great movie. An adult super hero movie that's definitely not meant for kids. It's full of action and humour. The plot is moved along brilliantly by Henry Rollins, the super hero. I don't want to risk spoiling it for anyone, so just watch it. You'll know in the first few minutes if it's your cup of tea or not.