The complete innocent, Michael Jordon, is drawn into a web of secrecy and government secrets when a girl carrying a mysterious package gets into a taxi with him. When she is later murdered, Michael is the chief suspect and on the run.
- Stars:Gene Wilder, Gilda Radner, Kathleen Quinlan, Richard Widmark, Robert Prosky, Josef Sommer, Johnny Sekka, Jay O. Sanders, Sam Gray, Larry Bryggman, Pat Corley, Johnny Brown, Bill Beutel, Nat Habib, James Tolkan,
- Director:Sidney Poitier,
- Writer:Henry Rosenbaum, David Taylor
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(au) wrote: Quite a wonderful film that I found quite by accident on YouTube. I was showing my husband something on Stephen Hawking when, much to my surprise and joy, I found this film starring Benedict Cumberbatch, who I absolutely adore. And he knocked it out of the park with this one. His acting was out of this world. I totally believed his performance. The film on the whole was very good, only one part was a little laggy, the rest was wonderful. A solid 8.5/10.
(kr) wrote: This film is a total masterpiece and a first feature-film that will blow you away. Not for the squeamish.
(de) wrote: Loved it, Really fun movie to watch.
(fr) wrote: Ehk turhin vhn aikaan nkemni elokuva. Sinns kyll huvittava sellainen, kun alkoi laskemaan kliseit sit mukaa, kun niit tuli vastaan. Eli kai siit sitten jotain sai irti...Ja kuinkahan moni kohtaus oli kuvattu nimenomaan mieskatsojia silmllpiten.. =P
(jp) wrote: MMMMM..... not sure if I want to see this, I will wait and see if any of you comment.
(it) wrote: The acting seems relatively wooden, but the detective/horror aspects of the story are certainly entertaining. One of the better Hellraiser sequels.
(es) wrote: I do love my people. Even if we are somewhat pathetic..
(fr) wrote: Nice to see Glenn Plummer in a lead role rather than "token black guy" ones. The film is only so-so but he is good.
(us) wrote: Even if Eustache's romantic side takes the lead in the end and reduces a bit its power, this is a vibrant film that pulses with a youthful verve and feels so alive even in its imperfections, and it feels nearly impossible not to fall in love with Laud's adorably annoying character/persona.
(ca) wrote: A CLASSIC! you wont find a better werewolf biker flick!
(ru) wrote: A powerful drama about lies and human nature. Bergman explores his flawed characters with a new narrative technique; he splices in footage of what his actors think of the characters they are playing. He also experimented with some new camera work.Being an avid Bergman fan, I noticed how powerful his scenes are because of his monologues and close-ups of his character's faces. Hollywood is used to show don't tell, while Bergman's is the opposite. His characters deliver interesting and compelling stories and it keeps you interested, instead of showing the gratuitous event they are talking about.Combine all this experimentation with excellent acting and heavy symbolism and you have another Bergman masterpiece.
(nl) wrote: I expected more but it had some good bits.
(it) wrote: They don't make movies like this anymore - thankfully. Pure schtick.
(es) wrote: *** Average I was sort of lost in David Cronenberg's "Maps to the Stars". It's not that I did not understand the movie, it's just that it was not mapped out as it should have. Cronenberg, who has done some wonderful innovative direction in the past, fills "Maps to the Stars" with prototypical Hollywood archetypes; such as the young tween star who is spoiled to riches, the dysfunctional Hollywood family whose past can't derail them to brighter pastures, and so and so on. I am not going to tour you too much of the plot of "Maps to the Stars" cause that would be an exercise of stupidity. Sorry David! Your movie did not give me the chills of your classics as "A History of Violence", this to me was more a "Hollywood History of Silence". Now, the movie was not a total disaster because of the great Julianne Moore. Her performance as the obsessive actress Havana Segrand was quite grand. But I can't say the same for the humdrum performances from John Cusack, Mia Wasikowska, Olivia Williams, and Robert Pattinson. David, you just should have, to quote Britney, "Gimme Moore". It's a shame because I originally thought that "Maps to the Stars" was going to be a tactical cinematic discovery, instead it played similar Hollywood strings we have heard & seen before in Hollywood archetype movies. So the only reason to find your way to "Maps to the Stars" is to witness Julianne Moore's electrical performance.