Anna, a young theology graduate, starts work as a prison chaplain. She becomes especially concerned about one inmate, Kate, regarded as difficult and withdrawn, but whom the other inmates credit with mysterious healing powers. When Anna discovers that the unborn child she is carrying may be handicapped, she is torn between trusting in God and seeking help from the mysterious Kate. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Your Hands
Anna, a young theology graduate, starts work as a prison chaplain. She becomes especially concerned about one inmate, Kate, regarded as difficult and withdrawn, but whom the other inmates credit with mysterious healing powers.
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Patricio G (it) wrote: Es buena, entretiene, falto pensar mas la trama...
Cameron P (nl) wrote: okay-ish. (POW! take that roger ebert! any bastard can write a review)
Jay M (au) wrote: The edited out the scene where the Japanese soldiers gang-raped 10 year old girls to death and then stuffed bamboo poles up their vagina... This morally reprehensible film shamelessly warps historical truth and tries to portray some of the most vile and sadistic monsters as tragic heroes somehow worthy of our admiration...An appropriate sequel to this film would depict how nice and wonderful Nazi SS soldiers were... 100% GARBAGE
NP C (de) wrote: Every American should watch this movie about a true American Hero: George McGovern.
Beesi P (jp) wrote: Ill all the way around and i like it....
George S (it) wrote: ?? ???. ????? Russell Crowe Bridget Fonda.
Courtney K (ca) wrote: terrible; just plain weird.
Ben R (gb) wrote: Really good effort for a no budget 80s slasher movie. Full of cheesy comedy and sex. If you look at it for what it is you can't go wrong.
Charlie M (us) wrote: News reporter helps savvy businessman solve the disappearance of a labor leader ; together they investigate the truth.
Christopher K (de) wrote: an interesting "documentary" that's more like a hour long music video... it's interesting to watch but really not the most amazing piece of film... but nice to see the first film from the downtown movement...
Kevin G (gb) wrote: Maybe I have some self-hatred or something, but the Jewocity of this movie was off the charts for me. To me it's all just a bunch of stereotypes and sad attempts at quirky humor. There's no doubt the actors are good, but they all seem wasted. Jeff Goldblum's cameos were the only good parts.
JohnnyLee T (mx) wrote: Hectic-paced comedy classic. Russell and Grant are fantastic. Dialogue travels at 100 miles a minute! And it manages to take pot-shots at tabloid journalism, corrupt cops and politicians with the romance taking a back seat to the goings-on. Twice ironical reference is made to real names - Grant describes Russell's fianc Bruce as looking like Ralph Bellamy and later he refers to Archie Leech, of course Grant's real name. All good fun and the miracle is the pace just keeps the original murder of a (black) cop, an attempted suicide and the impending hanging all at bay.Is this movie almost without any music? I only noticed it at the end. It was as if it would have only been a distraction otherwise. The dialogue took up every second of the soundtrack!
Paul N (gb) wrote: Not a great film and doesnt really exist in an adequate version but I love Carole Lombard and therefore I can't rate this any less than 3 stars.
Heather M (ca) wrote: There aren't too many sequels out there that can claim to be better than their original, but this one pulls it off. The story was more current and the dance numbers were even hotter than the first dirty dance.
samuel j (ca) wrote: While not filled with as many laughs as it boasts, Salvation Boulevard is a superb dark comedy where everything just goes wrong.
Reece L (es) wrote: The Holiday is competently made, but for a movie directed by a woman, its female characters come of as exceptionally childish, either berating their loved ones or pathetically, desperately pining for men who don't want them. It goes to show just how engrained these stereotypes are in our collective conscious; even women aren't able to avoid perpetuating them in their own work. In addition to this regressive nonsense, the film suffers due to the fact that the main characters aren't all that interesting, to the point that the tertiary players offer welcome periods of relief from the incessant squabbling amongst the leads. Diaz's performance is consistently grating, and while Winslet does her best, she can't save the hokey material she's given to work with. You can certainly do worse when selecting holiday-centric material, but only to a point; The Holiday's crushing mediocrity and boring adherence to maudlin traditionalism (as well as some truly dreadful attempts at meta-humor) earn it a place near the bottom of the pile.