As a common birthday approaches, five very different people are faced with very similar problems. Jim, a gay, overweight telemarketer (for a weight loss program) faces his self esteem issues. Ron, is a minister who preaches about conversion but practices watching gay porn whenever he can. Javed living in the US with a gay porn actor faces deportation as a Pakistani and condemnation from his Islamic family. Javed living in the US with a gay porn actor faces deportation as a Pakistani and damnation from his Islamic family. Kelly, a young lesbian weathers a breakup with her lover and considers an earlier unrequited love. Tracy, an asian lesbian, goes back in the closet when her mother visits.
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ThrillShow (es) wrote: This movie was reasonable.There were few things that made this movie interesting however the acting was good and aside from a mildly confusing story it was good enough. I would prefer many other movies to this one, however it was a reasonable enough movie. I give it a pass! It is a bit odd, but it is decent.
Diane M (kr) wrote: This is a superior, classic movie. If you have never see it, do so.
Michael T (au) wrote: Documentary asks some important questions.
Kim B (br) wrote: It was jumping all over the place and pretty campy. Basically telling a movie about different halloween legends a kid might believe. It wasn't really scary or interesting. Meh. Expected something better with more of a narrative. Im not sure why so many ppl like this crappy halloween movie.
Patrick M (gb) wrote: Umm...I guess it was decent. William H. Macy steals the show when he's onscreen.
Emily B (de) wrote: A somewhat average thriller from Chabrol. It starts out well enough, but losses it towards the end and ultimately leaves too many questions unanswered. However despite it's weaknesses it's always worthwhile watching Huppert and at least you get to listen to Liszt's 'Funerailles' pretty much throughout the film.
Jamine B (au) wrote: Lucas is my fave character; He's odd & cool.
Nadia C (it) wrote: An excellent 90's noir. This beautiful woman is the devil. She knows what she wants and she knows how to get it.
Reinout T (jp) wrote: A classical western
Omar A (kr) wrote: Terribly disappointing. Movie started with promise than crumbled.
David G (es) wrote: ok, the concept was interesting, and this adaptation of the bell witch legend had some chilling shots. the scariest part of this movie is that appearantly, this area of Tennessee is where everyone carries there own personal cameras and documents their lives. The electrician wad a little far fetched, but who carries flashlights with cameras attached? According to the father they are "up to their eyeballs in debt", but he can buy his son a state of the art video camera (only it looks like something from 1970), and the son has 6 security cameras with night vision capabilities just laying around. it started out as a B rated, T & A horror flick with the kid living his life through a video camera apparently obvious to all the weird stuff he is recording(ah...he must not have time to review his stuff), then tries to become a combination of the exorcist and the Blair Witch Project, and fails on all accounts. I have seen worse, but not ny much. lastly, I think if I was the cop that is constantly being asked to investigate all of this weird and gross stuff (with a camera on my chest! see what I mean!) I'd either leave the force or demand a raise.