6 personages. 24 uur. Een hotel middenin een hittegolf in Brussel. Anna en Hendrik hebben het allemaal: een toffe zoon, een goeie job, een mooi huis… Het huwelijksfeest van Anna’s zus doet hen echter nadenken over de keuzes die ze gemaakt hebben. Violette wil zich voor ze sterft verzoenen met haar dochter Vicky, die als kamermeisje in het hotel werkt. Maar Vicky lijkt niet zo snel geneigd om het conflict bij te leggen. Ze ontfermt zich over Joyeux, een kleine Afrikaanse vluchteling die zich in het hotel verschuilt voor de politie... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tree Hugger M (de) wrote: 9/10 Daniel day Lewis at his best
Shane M (br) wrote: Light comedy. Real funny - happy ending. Matt and Neve have great chemistry.
Mark S (fr) wrote: It's quite funny that critics of the time said U2 were pretentious and too self-righteous here - if they'd seen how far Bono would eventually go they would have realised they were getting off lightly. Yes the band do come off a little too 'earnest' in this documentary, and their exploration of and homage to great American music of the past does kind of feel like they are shoe-horning themselves in as a continuation of that legacy, but to be fair on them, at the time they were actually the biggest band on the planet, they were just coming off the success of The Joshua Tree album which was an instant classic, and the music and live performances featured here are good. It should be remembered that this film was released when the likes of Stock Aitken and Waterman were ruling the UK music charts, so whatever they may have become now and whatever pretensions they may have had back then, U2 were still a breath of fresh air in what was a mediocre era for music.
Francisco G (de) wrote: Leave it to Frank Henenlotter to come up with the craziest premises for horror films. Brain Damage is probably his "masterpiece". It's an incredibly aimless horror movie that works for being so outrageous, funny and oddball, featuring a smooth talking penis like apendage that ejaculates some chemics onto our heroe's brain, causing colorful allucination that he gets addicted to. As payment, our hero must feed brains to our little parasite. Yep, it's that kinda movie, you'll either love it, hate it but you just won't be able to ignore it.
Johnathon W (kr) wrote: Twisted & though-provoking film that, for better or worse, is David Cronenberg at his finest. Woods gives one of his best lead performances, whose intelligence & charm is convincing, even when the film takes some crazy detours. He is matched by Deborah Harry who makes a fine femme fatale. The real star, though, is Cronenberg's writing & direction, crafting a film like no other (as with the rest of his work), that is disturbing & fascinating at the same time. While TV technology is dated for today (even the tapes that are used are Beta-Max), Cronenberg does predict the content & obsession some take with visual content (the pirated signals can almost be scene as modern day internet). The visual effects by Rick Baker still hold up, since they were all done practically, and you will never look at a TV the same way again. While Cronenberg is a acquired taste, this film is a feast for those that like him.
Private U (it) wrote: My favorite clint Eastwood movie. Great storyline and great sound tracks. Clint Eastwood sang "Honkytonk Man" by Dewayne Blackwell very well....Yes he can sing!
Tim H (ca) wrote: Worms go homicidal after a lightning stormirradiates them. As bad as it sounds. From the man who made the equally inept Blue Sunshine and Just Before Dawn.
James B (ca) wrote: Caught this on cable tv tonight - funny how some old things are new again (watch this movie and see what I mean).
Easter K (mx) wrote: James Stewart is wonderfully lovable, as usual.
Jude P (de) wrote: Some make it big though it does not intend to.