The film follows the follies that ensue when a man and his wife shack up with a family that owns a printing press in their building, the husband takes it over, and the couple begin inviting a motley crew of friends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The film follows the follies that ensue when a man and his wife shack up with a family that owns a printing press in their building, the husband takes it over, and the couple begin inviting a motley crew of friends.
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Niki G (nl) wrote: 2/12, 2/15, 2/18 showing at PIFF 35
Alan L (de) wrote: Director Johnnie To still can manage to keep his Old School Spirit so he didn't kill the "A" Class Cast potential and save the empty plot.Hands Down!
Jill R (es) wrote: A decent comedy with crude humor which I enjoyed but could've been so much better heard the ratings and knew what I was getting in to but enjoyed it more than I thought there's one thing that brought the movie down the fat cliche joke really killed the movie still decent funny movie that overall could've been better Grade C+
Niels D (gb) wrote: Visually stunning, but the first hour of this movie about political and amorous intrigues at the court of the Chinese emperor feels more like an episode of The Bold and the Beautiful than an epic action film. The last half hour is faster paced and more interesting, but not enough to save this Crouching Tiger wanna-be.
jessica w (it) wrote: ihate... robin williams
Wellington O (ca) wrote: In this film, Sally Field is not an actress. She's a force of nature. What a performance! As Norma Rae she does so easily what Julia Roberts tried to do as Erin Brockovich. Sally succeeded, while Julia... Well...
Eshaan L (fr) wrote: That kangaroo hunting was brutal !!
GM W (us) wrote: Writer/Director James Cameron (The Terminator 1&2, The Abyss, and True Lies) writes and directs a film about historical fiction at its finest. Set in 1912, when the Titanic was just constructed, two people from two opposite worlds strike up a romance, and try to experience before the sinking of the Titanic. Starring, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, James Cameron gets two very honest and real performances. The Oscar winning soundtrack composed by musical genius, James Horner, fits perfectly into this masterpiece, and evokes emotions beyond all comprehension. Titanic is a great romance, and a very intense action film which will make you laugh, cry, and much more!
Rachel B (ag) wrote: It's interesting in terms of its subject matter and has a few sequences that show how amazing the silent era's cinematography was. Other than that it's somewhat melodramatic, which I imagine gets less fun on repeated viewings.
Catherine R (ru) wrote: Wickedly cool. Eye candy a bonus.
Cronis M (gb) wrote: This film takes Gene Roddenberry's Utopian vision and dashes it with cracks in self-interest of Federation personnel expertly. Heavy-handed Garden of Eden and Michael vs. Satan imagery work well. Christopher Lloyd defines Klingon treachery for a generation.