A woman wakes up in a river. Wounded and without memory, then races to elude mysterious followers and recover from amnesia.
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Wari R (ag) wrote: The Amittyville house isnt even seen from the outside...A producer that greenlights a film like this, and a distribution team that puts this out, is pretty much stealing your money. As long as crap like this is being canned and sold on the shelf then your going to have people bootlegging films on the net. See this rediculous shit for free by downloading it....pay at your own peril. You wanna steal our money, then we have a right to steal yours. STOP approving amatuer films for mainstream marketing!!!! It's insulting and rude
Jerry K (ag) wrote: This is a carefully and lovingly made documentary about the iconic hairdresser and businessman.. It is surprising that no such documentary has been made in the past. We are given glimpses into Sassoon's rise to fame and fortune from a Jewish orphanage, along with a candid look at the crumbling of his personal life in later years. We see how his personality brought him fame and fortune. This is a sensitive work with firsthand accounts of those who shaped Sassoon's life, from childhood to today.This film is must watching for social history buffs. Bravo!
Brian M (es) wrote: If you've spent some summer nights on Pamlico Sound or carousing in the antique village of Ocracoke you will experience this film in your heart as well as your eyes and ears. Wow I wish I was one of those naval archeologists working on the Queen Anne's Revenge down near Beaufort NC. On television you always see the West Coast.....and to tell the truth I have no problem with that. There are too many folks as it is down on the intricate, beautiful, shorelines, sounds and rivers of the Coastal Carolinas. I fell in love with this area back in the 70s on my first trip....I had always thought Marthas Vineyard of South Florida beaches were the Royalty of the East Coast. Then I found the Carolinas. Unfortunately greed on the part of developers and the local governments in cahoots have taken their toll on these God-given gifts.
Janna M (es) wrote: At the height of my Elijah Wood fandom, I would watch this movie almost everyday after school. It's funny and oddly touching, in a medicated kind of way. The characters are quirky but they feel very real. I love the soundtrack, and Barney's little nicknames. I much prefer this film version to the book.
Ruby (mx) wrote: I love this movie! Hilarious and brightly colored cinemotography make it exceptional.
Jack S (nl) wrote: Total 80's fun! "I guess I'm just not used to being chased around a mall in the middle of the night by killer robots", genius!
Michael L (kr) wrote: the kids are growin gup and becoming less pompous. yay! its cool to see what they are up to and glad to hear that some of them are doing ok. ive been watching fairly back to back and find to be a lot of repetition but that is my fault really
Leon B (es) wrote: A very good story that tells about the September 11 attacks back in 2001 is a good movie with a great cast. It has a way of getting around in the middle with the building falling down on top of the two Police Officers remaining.