San Francisco heiress Page Forrester is brutally murdered in her remote beach house. Her husband Jack is devastated by the crime but soon finds himself accused of her murder. He hires lawyer Teddy Barnes to defend him, despite the fact she hasn't handled a criminal case for many years. There's a certain chemistry between them and Teddy soon finds herself defending the man she loves.
- Stars:Maria Mayenzet, Peter Coyote, Dave Austin, Richard Partlow, Lance Henriksen, William Allen Young, Ben Hammer, Jeff Bridges, James Karen, Sanford Jensen, Woody Eney, Al Ruscio, Sharon Hanian, Sarah Cunningham, Glenn Close,
- Director:Richard Marquand,
- Writer:Joe Eszterhas
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(ca) wrote: "Morris From America" is better acted than most coming of age films, but at the end of the day it's basically the same as every other movie in the sub-genre, just with a bit more culture. Instead of the American suburbs, it's in Germany. Instead of a plucky white kid, we get a relatively street smart black kid. Craig Robinson, and Markees Christmas have great chemistry and the conversations they have are the most well written scenes, but the parts of the movie where one of them is absent aren't as effective as the ones where both are present. And with Robinson's role being a supporting one, it's not all that often that we do get them both on screen at the same time. It does take a few new twists and turns, but it's not all that original. And if being well made is it's consolation prize then I suppose that's a pretty good one.
(ru) wrote: Not even a good cast can save this shameful display of pretentiousness. Unimaginative and tedious collection of shorts.
(gb) wrote: Gripping, intense teen drama might hit hard
(it) wrote: BENJI RETURNS!!!and this time he looks more happy (obviously not the same dog...lol)
(ca) wrote: This movie is a good introduction to the last days of colonialism and the resistance it brought with it, espically in the wake of the Cold War.
(ru) wrote: An old classic that never gets old.
(it) wrote: not much into war movies
(mx) wrote: Action-packed, intense, and occasionally funny, Dawn of the Dead succeeds as both horror movie and as remake. The cast is top-notch, and the Zombie Celebrity scene is the highlight of the film.
(gb) wrote: The idea with an semi-apocalypse is new and has potential. And also the film could be much better if they would have avoid some ridiculous parts like the mass eating orgie or the slaugterings after loosing the sense of hearing.
(br) wrote: Classic furry tale set in Spain for this wolfman fable and its not too bad for a different look and feel. Its classic 'Hammer' all the way of course, well spoken actors mixed with cockney Londoners haha very Spanish feel I assure you ;)But its the look of the film which is really nice, yes the sets are obvious but they are also really well crafted, very lavish and colourful, really looks good.The actual wolfman design is basic by todays standards and doesn't look too great but not that bad either, a silverish, white haired choice of the Classic Chaney look which isn't far from the new 'Wolfman' movie design. Blue eyed Reed plays the part as well as can be whilst his gruff looks do match the role nicely, other cast members are all as you would expect from 'Hammer', both theatrical and bold in their posing and speeches.Plenty of red paint throughout the film as animals and people get their throats torn out, lots of screaming ladies in distress and an ending not far from 'Frankenstein', problem is the director spends too much time building the story and not leaving enough film time for wolfing around.