Six newly-married, diverse, honeymooning couples face marital bliss and discord, finding out more about themselves, their significant others and life in this happy-go-lucky, quirky drama. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.
Six newly-married, diverse, honeymooning couples face marital bliss and discord, finding out more about themselves, their significant others and life in this happy-go-lucky, quirky drama.
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Joshua S (kr) wrote: An Asylum film. This was a low 5 million budget film. They were only allowed 48 hours to write the score. For a B movie, it had a good storyline. It did lack decent CGI effects though. Great performances by all of the actors, as well as a great car chase scene, kept the movie flowing smoothly. The problems they were faced with made me want more storyline info and I wanted to know more about the characters. I actually anticipated the ending because I couldn't wait to see how they were going to exterminate the widespread piranhas. I'll say this again, don't judge this film by it's cover.
Jacob B (nl) wrote: While a bit uneven at times, Chris Hemsworth's stellar performance as the son of Odin, Kenneth Branagh's sure-handed direction, amazing visuals (especially in Asgard) and some great action sequences as one would come to expect from a Marvel film allow Thor to be another entry (ahem) worthy of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
James F (fr) wrote: the first time I was wondering how much money you can find out
Fredd E (kr) wrote: HAHA . . its funny BUT the storyline is bad . . but the fact that it still made me laugh was good enough . . and PLUS its true, you can meet a lot of singles in the supermarket haha
Alfredo S (kr) wrote: I, Robot has a confusing plot, but in its defense it has Will Smith's presence, acceptable special effects, and some unforgettable factors in its characters and story.
Mark W (nl) wrote: Despite him regularly being the support with smaller roles, Philip Seymour Hoffman was an actor that always grabbed my attention with his consistently excellent performances, while the bigger 'stars' around him struggled to keep up. This was the film that gave Hoffman a rare lead role, helping him cement his reputation as one the finest actors of his generation. Following his wife's suicide, computer designer Wilson Joel (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is left with a goodbye note he cannot bring himself to read. His grief takes a peculiar turn when he becomes addicted to sniffing gasoline and becomes involved in flying toy planes just to feed his petrol habit. Sometimes a film comes along that's not entirely classic stuff but gives an exceptional actor a showcase role and a chance to show what they can do. This is that very film for Hoffman. His performance is marvellous, shifting effortlessly from one emotion to another as he conveys the depths of his despair and emotional suffering. This is an actor displaying his full acting range and when his performance was lavished with superlatives, it deserved every one of them. The film itself is an offbeat little drama, that doesn't follow the conventions of it type. It has touches of brilliance and director Todd Louiso (in his debut) shows that he can confidently craft a good character study. The supporting roles are also well played by the ever-reliable Kathy Bates as Wilson's mother-in-law and especially Jack Kehler as Wilson's childlike friend Denny - who all but reprises his small role of The Dude's landlord in the "The Big Lebowski". The problem with the film though, is the pace. It's only 90mins long but feels longer somehow, as sharing a character's mental and emotional anguish isn't good for the time flying. If sitting through a film where the main character is in a constant state of suffering and losing his grip on reality, doesn't appeal to you then avoid this, but by avoiding you would only miss out on an acting masterclass.
Tina R (ru) wrote: courtisane... lovely.
Luke B (mx) wrote: One False Move was simply a beautiful, and little seen, crime film. Three drug dealers on the run are suspected to be heading towards Arkansas. Here, a couple of big city cops meet up with the local sheriff. Paxton is fantastic in this role. He's not very worldly, has never had to use his gun, and is just a little too excited about the approaching threat. His enthusiasm comes off as naivety, and he is laughed off by the LAPD. The film does well to follow the cops and the killers. We see a bizarre triangle between the murderers. Thornton is filled with anger and out of control, whereas his partner is cool and calm but ultimately terrifying. The pacing of this film was done very well, offering moments of tension in a film that has a lot of waiting around. It also harvests a lot of emotion and depth for its characters. Paxton comes off the best as a giddy little boy waiting for Christmas. There are some great moments, such as his reaction to hearing the teasing from the city cops. Another scene sees him use the "n" word in front of the black cop. His facial expression is priceless, as he realises what he has said. Eventually Paxton takes responsibility, and he shows that his enthusiasm masks his competence. A big fish in a small pond. One False Move is very dark, but has a lot going for it. Most of all the tender ending.
James H (jp) wrote: Powerful World War II propaganda film, wonderfully acted by all, Thomas Mitchell gives a sincere performance, Paul Henreid is great, Michele Morgan is charming, Alan Ladd is great in a small role. May Robson is outstanding, great performance. Excellent and moving score. The cinematography is dark and shadowy, perfectly suited to the film.
Jochen W (nl) wrote: Carns Filme sind Zeugnisse aus einer anderen Zeit: So traumverloren und romantisch in seiner Todessehnsucht durfte das Kino wohl nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg nie wieder sein. Und: kein Anderer brachte jemals das Grau des Schwarzwei?films derart zum Leuchten.
Donna M (ag) wrote: "...often hilarious"?? OK, there were a few funny lines. The piano music was nice and the author talking to his double was interesting. But otherwise, this was a very sad movie with many improbable situations (allowing the van to be parked there for 15 years, the many poop references, treating a broken hip with antibiotics, etc). I would like to unsee this movie and get it out of my head. (My husband agrees.)
Jack H (us) wrote: So, this was released in 1988, wasn't Hasselhoff still doing OK at that point? Even if he wasn't, I'm still surprised he agreed to take part in whatever you want to call this rubbish which passed its sell-by date around fifteen years ago. I actually didn't mind watching this, but it's not quite at the "so bad it's good" level of bad.