How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
A young but bright former window cleaner rises to the top of his company by following the advice of a book about ruthless advancement in business.
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Bobby L (kr) wrote: Quirky and character driven, Not Suitable for Children is a welcome RomCom film.
Vignesh Emi N (kr) wrote: best heart thouching film, nice acting from mysskin
Rainer Q (it) wrote: If you thought $4 a gallon of gas was bad try living in a country where gas is really scarce. This is the theme of the movie where Riva comes back with stolen gas from a thug in Angola and well you have to see it to see what happens.
Angela M (au) wrote: I am so wanting to see this film, but can't seem to find it anywhere.
Pittaya S (de) wrote: ??,-"->?(TM)">" ?(TM)?>(TM)"(TM),(TM)(TM)?>(TM)?(TM)> "- Yui Aragaki ((TM)(TM)""? Hanamizuki) -(TM)(TM)(TM)
Anna B (us) wrote: I kinda checked out at the point where I thought the movie was over and the credits were about to roll and when I checked it turned out it had almost 25 minutes left to go. It was pretty cool and interesting for the first half or so, but it gradually started to poke at my suspension of disbelief, until by the time the fifth person had been killed in this dude's incomprehensible plan to get out of town or something, it was actively getting on my nerves.
Rick L (fr) wrote: Pleasant movie about nothing in particular. Just don't keep waiting for something to happen.
lloyd s (nl) wrote: I hate Mos Def....why are we letting him act it's an abomination. Willis saves it....just
Leonard D (jp) wrote: I just can't get past Jennifer Garners duck face!
Roswell C (nl) wrote: what everyone should be talking about. unfortunately, the film debut around sept 11 2001 and so went largely unnoticed. ironic considering the film's premise about serendipity and the seemingly randomness of life. some amazing performances and a taut, engrossing plot. highly recommended.
Kamila C (br) wrote: loved the composition, colours, songs.. It was a bit long and hard to follow (who is who?). But def interesting to see that.
Peter L (jp) wrote: My Rating: 3.5/5 stars; Grade: B; Gesture: One Thumb Up; Status: Somewhat Good (Fresh); Emoticon: :-}.
Rudy G (es) wrote: This movie was weird....but Kind of good...and the doll looks nothing like it did on the cover
Michael G (us) wrote: Night Train to Munich has its moments but its generally pretty dull. Margaret Lockwood helped keep me interested but outside of the nifty miniature-based finale, the comic relief and the irony of seeing Victor Laszlo play a Nazi, I wasn't exactly enthralled. Night Train to Munich isn't exactly awful but I can't for the life of my figure out why there's a Criterion edition of this.