A group of childhood friends are invited to the opening of a posh ski resort, unaware that an old nemesis has murderous plans in mind for them.
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Katelyn B (es) wrote: This wasn't a movie about motherhood; it was a movie about a psycho mother who took everything wayyyy out of proportion and overreacted about everything. If that is motherhood, then my God. In the beginning, I felt sorry for her character, until I found out that it was her that was the problem. A very good performance by Uma Thurman and Minnie Driver. But the movie itself was crazy and blah.
Cine M (fr) wrote: Eric Bana & child actor give powerful performances yet the story is just too depressing and you come out empty after a very slow moving film.
Vaughan A (fr) wrote: 1 of the funnyest films of all time. love this film one of the greatest super heros film as well
Angela F (ca) wrote: LOL~ Jason Bigg is our inside joke
Giorgos T (jp) wrote: In my opinion Jet Li's best film. Besides the awesome action scenes, it contained bold drama moments and good acting.
Tony R (it) wrote: best film of its genre, both for its gritty realistic acting and its overpowering music,
Markus B (fr) wrote: the Classic Alien the first film the alien Franchise Directed by Ridley Scott was a mixture of classic alien movies and horror movies smashed into one first time i watched it it was sending chills down my spine and its also what got me into the alien movies
Heidi S (es) wrote: Pretty good conspiracy movie.
Kurt M (br) wrote: One of my favorite black comedies featuring some of the best comics and character actors of the late 1960's and early 1970's.Watch out for Jamie Farr as the one-handed, one-eyed mute Hindu butler!
Tom H (it) wrote: The opening of the film was brilliant, but it gradually turned in to a standard forgettable Western plot. I will however always remember the film`s first 20 minutes!
Byron B (mx) wrote: A reconstructed version of this is available on Netflix. An opening title card says, "An Oriental Play in Six Acts Based on the Pantomime by Friedrich Freksa." It is also known as One Arabian Night, as in one of the tales from the 1,001 Arabian Nights. The six acts divide the story into nice manageable portions. Though Pola Negri is top billed on most marketing materials, she is not the character Sumurun. Sumurun, played by Hasselqvist, is the favorite member of an old Sheikh's harem. There is also a younger Sheikh, who has eyes for her, or really any attractive female who crosses his line of sight. Sumurun secretly loves a young cloth merchant (Liedtke) though. She is protected by a kind of den mother and a head eunuch (Kupfer and Tiedtke, respectively). The other part of the story involves Pola Negri as a seductive young dancer working with a traveling minstrel show. Ernst Lubitsch himself is a hunchback clown with the troupe, who's love for the dancer is not returned. The dancer, whether she can attract the old Sheikh's attention herself or use the know-how of a slave trader, wishes to be a part of the harem. She really wishes for the comfort and wealth that goes with being in the Sheikh's palace. Well, Sumurun would rather escape to live a simple life with her love, thus leaving an opening for the dancer. Things don't go as planned for everyone. The different rooms of the palace and the scenes that take place outside the palace are represented by different colors tinting the frames. The orientation and size of some of the shots shifts in a way that I hadn't seen before. There is slapstick humor, romance, tragedy, and an early look at how the Middle East was portrayed.
Bruno M (gb) wrote: Reall great movie. Yojimbo is better though. :)
Oliver M (br) wrote: Loved it, it had everything. It was a really exciting movie. It isnt a normal movie it is about real life about poverty and what makes you make the wrong and good choices in life, based on a true story? Yeah, its a drama....Almost no action at all, but it was exciting =)....
Chakubuta M (it) wrote: The best so far from Snipes after Passenger 57,
Laura A (ca) wrote: Mon Oncle, tuesday 8th November Urban Design Commingle
Abel D (ru) wrote: Poetic, graceful and engrossing, The Deep Blue Seais one of the great anti-love stories ever put to modern screens. The almostic hypnotic verbose is melded and bolstered by our two magnetic leads and very human leads.