Kimberly would stop at nothing to have a child of her own. After recovering from cancer her possibilities seemed slim. However, the world's first successful human cloning project brings an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I'm Not Jesus Mommy
Kimberly would stop at nothing to have a child of her own. After recovering from cancer her possibilities seemed slim. However, the world's first successful human cloning project brings an ...
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Max H (es) wrote: Seeing the first ever episode of Doctor Who back when it came out in 1963, I was wondering, how much fun did we miss over the years?
Jenny V (mx) wrote: Aside from Rani Mukherjee's bad acting, this movie was pretty good. I enjoy these occasional bollywood films that are not interrupted by song sequences and actually has a ongoing plot that makes sense.
Marc L (kr) wrote: A slow burn, boosted mainly by strong performances from several actors, good ideas, and important history.
Maria W (au) wrote: eine grandiose Margherita Buy. wunderbar.
Ashley A (ca) wrote: Not as great as the original Dirty Dancing, but a worthy opponent. I loved the different take on this one.
MadisonM C (mx) wrote: Am waiting for you right here in L.I.B
Michael W (br) wrote: Poor Yvette gets a raw deal in this one. Quality Corman exploitation fare has every character in film doing her wrong except the guy in the jail cell next to her, who is up on a murder rap. Tommy Lee Jones is good in this.
SV G (es) wrote: Shirley MacLaine is sublime in this comedy about a woman in pursuit of a husband and the simple life. She has four husbands [Van Dyke, Newman, Mitchum and Kelly all in delightful roles], but fame and ultimate death seems to find each one as she tells the story to her psychiatrist. Every bit as enchanting as the movie are Edith Head's costume designs for MacLaine. Just beautiful. Dean Martin in a role that won't surprise but still be enjoyed as well.
Mark F (jp) wrote: I love that a movie about murder is clean enough to be shown on a Sunday afternoon. I couldn't focus on it cos there was also football on and that took priority. Hence the low rating for now. I'll come back to it someday.
Kevin N (de) wrote: Val Lewton and his band of ambitious genre directors were a big part of my formative years, and this quiet little shocker boasts some of the most memorable images from any of the films he produced. In a twisted rendition of Jane Eyre, the story concerns a young woman named Betsy (Frances Dee) who takes a job as a personal nurse on a West Indies island, only to find herself mixed up in a strange land where voodoo holds a power that has overshadowed medicine, and dark secrets keep the doctors and educated men cowering in their mansions behind drink and loneliness. The film contains a terrific performance by Lewton regular Tom Conway, an actor I've always loved watching. He has a natural charm about him, yet in this film he displays wonderfully controlled undertones of anger and fear. He is the movie's most complex person, stuck in a limbo between delusion and reality, chained by things that he believes but cannot understand. Jacques Tourneur, the great underrated director of such masterpieces as 'Cat People' and 'Out of the Past', helmed this project with both his dependable eye for artistically lit composition and his no-nonsense sense of pacing. It is a tight and concise horror film which shows us some terrifying things and suggests some far stranger than anything we see.