A drama centered on the romance between Ernest Hemingway and WWII correspondent Martha Gellhorn, Hemingway's inspiration for For Whom the Bell Tolls and the only woman who ever asked for a divorce from the writer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hemingway & Gellhorn
Writer Ernest Hemingway begins a romance with fellow scribe Martha Gellhorn.
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Dario R (ru) wrote: Thor as a teenager, who the hell wants to see that? The cover was misleading, I thought it would be Thor kicking ass, what I got was a teenage Thor not be taken seriously. Marvel's animated movies don't come close to DC's.
Caitlin L (br) wrote: A cute movie for the whole family. Sad that its true though.
Eric H (nl) wrote: Very good movie. the cover is misleading. this is not an action movie. The pacing of the movie is slow but handled quite well. Though i imagine a lot of idiots are gonna pick this one up looking for Desperado. Thankfully Antonio Banderas is nowhere near this film, instead you will find some of t...read morehe most accurate portrayals of Mexican migrant workers on film. and an interesting comment on the clash between two very different cultures.
Amber E (nl) wrote: More Disney stars stepping onto the movie circuit. Cute movie, but Lizzie Maguire was still better.
Roni K (jp) wrote: Best movie everrrrrrrr for metalhead
Robyn M (ru) wrote: "I've come to the conclusion: Dame Judi Dench cease to disapoint in any role thrown her way."I found watching Young Victoria before Mrs. Brown to be useful and insightful into the eyes of Queen Victoria and her love for Albert.The rumor mills begin to turn as Queen Victoria, post-Alberts passing from Thypoid, begins an unlikely friendship with John Brown, Alberts loyal friend and Servant. Through this blossoming friendship, Victoria develops a new zest for life.
Greg R (au) wrote: I watched the Siskel and Ebert reviews, saying that this is one of the worst movies they ever had to review. That's saying alot considering they reviewed Batman and Robin, Godzilla not to mention the Tom and Jerry movie. While I don't think it's really that bad, I'm not saying this is that good of a movie either. It's got a creative story that I think could have potential, but it just didn't work out that well as a whole. The ending really pissed me off though. Wait....Rob Reiner directed this? I guess this might be where his list of weaker films started.
Matty S (us) wrote: The set-up is not really believable and there are unneeded singing "moments" for Streep -- but this film has bite. It works especially well when Shirley MacLaine (doing a dead-on impersonation of Debbie Reynolds) is on the screen. She and Streep work so well together one has to forgive some of the film's weaker aspects. In the end, Carrie Fisher's book is far superior, but this is fun entertainment.
John B (de) wrote: This one was a long time coming from me. In the end, it measured up well. Brooks is one of the few directors who gets away with very cheesy humour. Wilder is fantastic as usual.
Manolo P (de) wrote: A comic drama that, far from provoking laughter, presents a relatively well-founded idea about destiny, and the search for love, being the most salvageable themes of this history full of clichs. It is a film that deals with the relationship between Tom and Summer who find themselves working in a company dedicated to the production of gift cards. Over time, they are discovering which are the intentions of one with the other and this is made through a trip in the time in which is navigated between the memories of Tom, that are narrated by a third that never appears. The story unfolds in Los Angeles, and the name of the girl makes an interesting analogy regarding the season of the year, which functions as how brief and momentary an encounter of any kind can be but that being little or much, occupies an important space in our lives. The fact that the argument is not chronological, which does not confuse unless you really have problems as to the notion of this, is a strength in the film because it reveals that memories usually have no order and that after a painful experience, these events are satiated and constantly jump from the sad to the joyful. I loved the fact that the story is being told by a man and not a woman, which brings to us a new perspective of how different can these roles be developed in real life. The problem with it is that it is simply not funny, although it has funny moments but they are not enough to make the plot dynamic, but rather quite relaxing. The most serious is that the relationship between them is uninteresting and as you move forward, their feelings are shown very superficial and unconvincing. The character of Deschanel is completely detestable, confusing and impossible to be wanted or even understood. Even so, the film retains this tender touch and sweetness that this genre must have, however the main idea is lost several times in how banal and mechanical are the characters all the time.
Andrew M (au) wrote: Elf is an all time Christmas classic. You can't have Christmas without watching this movie. Will Ferrell does a great job on playing Buddy the Elf. The movie is hilarious and the plot is hilarious. I would very much suggest this movie.
Tero H (fr) wrote: hurjat ja onnistuneet matsit, henkilt ja juoni kliseist pahvia.