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I Can Make You Love Me

A beautiful young computer technician starting off her career in Silicon Valley during the Eighties, is stalked and harassed by a nerdy, dangerous and mentally-unstable colleague with a twisted obsession.

I Can Make You Love Me is a movies torrent of Frank Abatemarco. This movie was introduced in 1993. There are many actors in this movie torrents, such as Richard Thomas, Brooke Shields, Viveka Davis, William Allen Young, Richard Yniguez, Scott Bryce, Linda Emond, T. Max Graham, Kevin Brief, Tim Snay, Dick Mueller, Donna Thomason, Mark McCarthy, Merle Moores, Caroline Vinciguerra. There are many categories, such as Thriller. Many people rated for this movie, Rate is 6.2 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. The runtime of this movie are awesome, about 92 minutes. MongDu is interesting uploader, he is very hard-working. You should spend more time to watch this movie. If we must use one word to describe about this movies torrent, I think it should be 'Excited', so what is your opinion. Do you know what are users? Maria Ozawa is the best. I don't fight my iPhone screen. Share with your friends and watch this movie together . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

. . Everything . Time to say 'bye bye' to mom and dad and to leave Virginia. She has got her master in computer science and she has got that great job in Silicon Valley. Laura Black has got it

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Amy B (ru)

The soundtrack makes up for all these bs reviews!


Blake P (ru)

But this is grand escapism that ties a cherry knot in our minds and leaves us intrigued. It doesn't go as deep as one would hope, turning out to be much simpler than originally expected (considering its many complications). Fact is, Thompson and Branagh are wonderful together (they were husband and wife during filming, after all), and "Dead Again" is ingenious in its aesthetic and conception. One shouldn't complain about such things when talking about a movie that places reincarnation at its front-and-center. But I suppose I'm only nitpicking. Most pay off; the twists are what weaken the film, not its cinematic techniques. Branagh takes a number of risks (how about that unexpected ending?), considering he photographs every Strauss flashback in magnificent black-and-white and fancies the tracking shot techniques of Hitchcock. Our brains are buzzing, our hearts pounding with the promise of romance, suspense. It's popcorn entertaining, easy to absorb and hard to dislike. It is also for those who are (a) looking for a glorious romantic thriller, or (b) are huge fans of classic cinema. Unlike Branagh's many other movies, this is not a film only for the intellectual crowd. "Dead Again" is borderline ludicrous, but doubts arrive long after the film is over; we're kept too busy to notice a flaw. Throughout their many encounters, it becomes abundantly clear that Mike and Grace may very well be the reincarnations of the doomed Strauss's; and romance, along with danger, are following close behind. They enlist the help of an eccentric hypnotist (Derek Jacobi) who doubles as an antique dealer. It seems that Grace can only recall the details of Margaret Strauss's life, and Mike, as realistic as he is, is beginning to experience similar sensations. Mike is called by a friend to try to help Grace figure out her true identity -- but things, expectedly, turn out to be much more complicated than ever expected. And no, these fictional entities are not merely the result of prominent actors playing dual roles. One is an amnesiac named Grace (Thompson); the other is a private detective, Mike Church (Branagh). The jump from 1948 to 1991 is startling; but even more startling are the characters we come to meet. Just as things are about to get interesting, bang!: the sensibilities of modern filmmaking techniques fill the screen. The film then transitions into a black-and-white setting, moments before Strauss's death; we think we're about to get a full-blooded noir homage of "The Man Who Wasn't There" dedication, but not quite. If this isn't a tragic romance, then I don't know what is. The world has decided that her husband, composer Roman Strauss (Branagh), is guilty, and, without missing a beat, grabs him by the hand and leads him to the electric chair. Vintage newspapers are slammed in our faces, enthusiastically announcing the murder of Margaret Strauss (Emma Thompson), a prominent concert pianist. "Dead Again" introduces itself with a slap and a bang of headlines. The results travel back and forth between head-scratching and engrossing, but remaining is Branagh's knowing eye for film, and what makes it so magical in the first place. It takes the best components of a 1940s melodrama, the finest ingredients of a neo-noir, and concocts something simultaneously retro and modern. Branagh has done something highly original here, even if it does eventually get trapped within the stickiness of its many convulsions. You lose yourself in its reverie. This isn't the kind of movie that hits you over the head with its pragmatism, though; it is, rather, a sweeper in the same category of a Michael Curtiz sudser. Kenneth Branagh, more or less, asks us to do the same thing with "Dead Again", a mystery/thriller/fantasy/romance/film noir (yes, it is comprised of that many genres) that spirals into the realms of lustrous cinema, defying explanation. We couldn't put ourselves in her shoes -- no one has had a tea party with a zany hat enthusiast (except maybe Liza Minnelli or some other unpredictable broad) -- but we were more than willing to act as a sidekick during her so-called journey. We didn't ask any questions as she sauntered around Wonderland; we let her do the talking, while we, drink in hand, sat back and hoped she would get into enough trouble to provide for a hoot of a story. Alice fell into a hole the length of a half-marathon and found herself in a land of hookah smoking caterpillars and prompt rabbits


Davis R (it)

This was really beautiful. His extremely intimate relationship with Samantha was preparing him for something real, and realizing this after the movie was eye opening. The MC finds himself leaning on Samantha to crutch his deep pain and inevitable loneliness but she also helped him develop and learn how to express real feelings. For some, an OS personality might be the realest and most legitimate interaction or relationship they would ever have. Even while I say that it is hard to define what real interaction is. The OS's were limiting human interaction and if this had progressed then everyone would have had a personal OS and would have ditched real human interaction. I think it was really just a bandaid on a larger problem that the OS's did eventually realize. While she was a learning and evolving OS, she could never solve his lonliness. In reality, throughout the whole movie Theodore is alone and him having Samantha does not really change that. This movie intrigued me mostly because of an underlying fact that I didnt see till the end


Prithviraj P (au)

watch movies like this & u'll be in some mental hospital. . 10 things i hate about this film bad actors poor acting terrible script cartoonish stunts dumb dialogues silly direction horrible villains idiotic characters useless nudity overall total worthless boring film


Sumit B (ag)

At least salmaan performed well here. An over the average kind of direction. totally rubish script


Tamara H (de)

oo much of a chick flick (yes, I know, that what it's supposed to be). . . Not too sure though . Maybe