Hamlet returns to Denmark when his father, the King, dies. His mother Gertrude has already married Hamlet's uncle Claudius, the new King. They urge Hamlet to marry his beloved Ophelia. But soon the ghost of Hamlet's father appears and tells Hamlet that he was murdered by Claudius and Gertrude. Hamlet must choose between passive acquiescence and the need for a vengeance which might lead to tragedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Frank N (jp) wrote: Small town love perils. A soulless, formulaic, average movie with very average actors.
Kayleigh P (ag) wrote: Cried all through the ending!
Gary S (ca) wrote: Think that Al Jazeera is just as unbiased as any other news channel. With the way that the military top brass tried to manipulate the news (with the admission from some of their own people) it is a good thing that news channels from different countries are there to pick up on this. Still makes my blood boil to see how the Baghdad museum was looted .
Remko C (it) wrote: Some beautiful shots.
Allan C (de) wrote: Between low budgets 70/80s cheesy nature-gone-wild films, like "Food of the Gods" or "Alligator," and the SyFy Channel resistance of the likes of "Sharknado" there were a few big budget Hollywood nature-gone-wild flicks like "Lake Placid" and "Deep Rising" that were actually pretty quality, if admittedly corny, films. Taking most of it's cues from "Jaws" for underwater suspense, the film tells the story of a sleepy small town that had a giant crock living in it and eating all sorts of folks. Bill Pullman plays the local Fish & Wildlife official, Oliver Platt plays the quirky crock expert, Bridget Fonda plays the paleontologist, Brendan Gleeson plays the hot headed town sheriff, Betty White plays the colorful old lady who lives on the lake and Meredith Salenger (who I always had a crush on) plays a cute deputy sheriff. And look fast for Adam Arkin and Mariska Hargitay in small parts. There's not a lot to the story, but the film is populated with a likable cast and much better of developed characters that you typically get in these films. The film was written by David E. Kelley, who is more often known for writing smart TV dramas with a healthy dose of quirky comedy, so a monster film is quite a change of pace for him, but he really does pull off an exciting, funny and entertaining films. The film was competently directed by Steve Miner ("My Father the Hero," "Friday the 13th: Part 2," "House").
Justin W (es) wrote: great movie a must see more
Emma I (au) wrote: Meat Loaf is fantastic in this and he looks cute too... Love it !
Eliabeth M (ag) wrote: from the bible king solomon
Alexander H (ca) wrote: About Last Night seems to be at the highpoint of barren love and articulate smug. One of the best romance movies of the 80's with an amazing cast and hilarious dialogue.
pete 1 (it) wrote: one of the best out of the series,with the underrated cribbons in the leadpretty good gags & cast
Barry H (fr) wrote: Reasonable little movie.
Ryan B (es) wrote: Insultingly unfunny, tediously drawn out and ultimately aimless, the "first" feature-length adaptation of the fairly funny sitcom summons the fear of Brendan O'Caroll making a "trilogy".