I'm with Lucy
It's an hour before Lucy's wedding and her best friend wants to hear all about what led up to that moment. So, Lucy tells about the five men she had blind dates with over the past year (Doug, Gabriel, Bobby, Barry, and Luke) and her experiences with each one. But which one of the five men is Lucy about to walk down the aisle with?
- Stars:Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Kristin Scott Thomas, Camilla Rutherford, Charles Dance, Geraldine Somerville, Tom Hollander, Natasha Wightman, Jeremy Northam, Bob Balaban, James Wilby, Claudie Blakley, Monica Potter, Craig Bierko, Linda Halaska, Julianne Nicholson, Flora Martínez, Afemo Omilami, John Hannah, Gael García Bernal, Anthony LaPaglia, John Tormey, Jeff Norris, Henry Thomas, David Boreanaz, Henry Yuk, Harold Ramis,
- Country:USA, France
- Director:Jon Sherman,
- Writer:Eric Pomerance
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I'm with Lucy torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Very suspenseful! Loved it!
(mx) wrote: 99 makes way for 100% entertainment
(ru) wrote: Pretty bad all around.
(us) wrote: its pretty good movie
(us) wrote: Boring and overlong French movie (gee what a surprise) about a mysterious creature haunting the 1700\s French countryside. Honestly, they could have EASILY trimmed an hour from this and we wouldnt have missed it. But what we do have is 2 and a half hours of Les Miserables mixed in with Wolfen. It's BORING and the exciting bits are tremendously few and far between.
(it) wrote: A very strange, silly, and sometimes stupid movie that is pretty much a hippy western. While it is not a great movie, it is entertaining. Probably the third strangest Western I've ever seen , after El Topo and Holy Mountain. I'm pretty sure the two main characters are gay for each other. Still worth finding out if you're a fan of movies that should not exist.
(br) wrote: Like most of Bava's early work, it's nice to look at but very, very dull. Also, I noticed that Bava used the exact same scare sequence in this and Baron Blood. If you see both films you'll know the one, as they're not only the same scare but they're shot exactly the same way! If you want great Bava, skip the 60's (except for Kill, Baby, Kill!) and watch his 70's stuff (especially Lisa and the Devil, Rabid Dogs, Twitch of the Death Nerve, and Shock).And if you're expecting another Alien with this, you'll be severely disappointed. It is interesting to see how the filmmakers may have been inspired by this, though.*Update*As with most Bava films, I didn't like it much at first but have grown to admire it. It's not the most action-packed film certainly, but it has a mood all its own, one of creeping dread and isolation which must have influenced the great horror filmmakers of the 70's and 80's more than a little (especially John Carpenter's The Thing, a film whose finale bears some striking similarities to this one). It's no Lisa and the Devil or Black Sabbath, but its power is undeniable. I'm definitely eager to see this one again.
(kr) wrote: prosto sam pozelela da se bacim na resavanje matematickih problema!
(fr) wrote: Not a bad little animated feature here, though a tad slow in places. Plenty of memories from the old Batman series get stirred up and if the mystery of the Batwoman isn't enough for you by itself,Bane also makes and appearance.
(es) wrote: Good movie, because of Paz Vega. She is awesome! Very underrated actress.
(gb) wrote: A blood soaked, mute teenage boy shows up at a soon to be abandoned small-town police station. Sporting an interesting set of fingerprints, he turns out to be a vessel of violent crimes commited within the area. Twisted, scary chiller, shot on a shoestring but makes up for the miniscule budget with originality, using its ultra low indie production values to full advantge. Nothing is quite what it seems to be, though it's hard to believe that a pocket-sized community like this one could produce that many perps.
(it) wrote: Bleak and violent but interesting to watch