At the behest of an old and dear friend, playwright Lillian Hellman undertakes a dangerous mission to smuggle funds into Nazi Germany.
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Christopher B (mx) wrote: This was pretty good. I like the next one better even though the reviewers don't agree.
Stephen S (kr) wrote: This movie has it all. Shallow water diving, zombies, the occult, hedonism, nuns fucking, journalism, masochism of the non sexual variety, telekinesis, a pedarest, and dams. Yeah you know what some of that stuff sucks (dams, shallow water diving, journalism.) And whoever thought that ending was a good idea should be executed.
Amanda H (ca) wrote: Honestly, I think the biggest reason I wasn't all that impressed with this movie is just because it's not something I'm personally interested in. The acting is good, there's a pretty solid plot... I just think it's probably got a pretty limited audience. Maybe I just wasn't in the mood, I don't know. I expected something better, considering all the good things I've heard about it. It wasn't terrible, but I certainly wasn't blown away.
Christina E (au) wrote: Watch if you're bored. While it fails to entertain as much as the original, it does have its moments.
Alex W (nl) wrote: I didint have high hopes for this movie but its pretty solid. Its very of the era (early 90's) but is a notch above your average thriller. This is by my count Juliette Lewis'es third road trip serial killer movie. This also probably the only time you will see brad pitt as an unlikeable bad guy. David Duchovny is stupid but star trek and x-files fans can rejoice for him hooking up with ensign Ro (Michelle Forbes).
Andr D (kr) wrote: El director Luis Puenzo y los actores Jimmy Smits y Jane Fonda destruyen la obra de Carlos Fuentes, convirtiendola en un drama meloso y casi imposible de soportar. Es una lastima qu el gran Gregory Peck haya participado en semejante infamia.
Kevin H (it) wrote: I admit to having a crush on Jobeth Williams...she's sexy and wacky here....
Steve C (ca) wrote: I think my viewing life might actually be richer without TV, or subscriptions to streaming services, when I get into this mode of just sort of watching what comes up on YouTube where there is all kinds of stuff.And I follow threads. After watching David and Lisa I was lead to another Kier Dullea feature. Paperback Hero is an odd character study of a small town creep. Kier Dullea is very good in this bringing something sympathetic to this idiot. It's a manly man role set in a small town out in the flat flats of Saskatchewan, Canada. I didn't expect Dullea to be all manly manly after watching him is David and Lisa. I'm really not that familiar with his work but I rather like him. Elizabeth Ashley is very good, but that is not unusual. They both look quite nice in the nude and really unsexy dramatic shower room scene they have together. Dullea is kind of a adult boy in this little town. He is good on the hockey team and this is very important to him. He thinks he's a big shot in town. He's not. He is not at all kind to woman, but the movie sees that and does not hold him up as a good dude despite Dullea palpable charm. Hard to know where movie it is going. He is going nowhere clearly and ultimately must see this himself which leads to the end.Making feature movie is such an odd thing to try to do. I look at stuff like this and wonder who comes up with the money in this horribly expensive and risky entertainment product world.This being Canada in 1973, it has stuff to do with tax write off and things like that I guess. Same way Dennis Hopper's darkly tragic Out of the Blue was made.
Jesse L (de) wrote: pretty good adaptation of one of the best books i've ever read
Gavin S (jp) wrote: Following the great first movie, I was expecting great things of Aparjito and was disappointed with the direction it took. It seemed like it was made in order to set up for the third movie where Apu is by himself and nothing else. The death of the his parents are sudden and the emotional heartache that followed Durga's death in the first movie is not recreated.
Richard D (mx) wrote: A really silly premise well-executed largely due to Cushing adding gravitas with his presence. Christopher Lee helps a lot in a much smaller role. There's a lot of great looking sequences here, largely due to Freddie Francis directing it I imagine. Not one of Amicus' best, but worth a look.
Alex H (ca) wrote: If it weren't for its completely ridiculous ending, I would love Signs just as much as I do The Sixth Sense. The film's disregard for Independence Day level mayhem is its strongest aspect. It's deliberate familial focus is an accomplishment.Nearly everything else, however, is complete and utter idiocy. Shyamalan's take on the alien invasion genre is a mixed bag.
Faith M (it) wrote: Might be funny, I dunno. But it's not like I really care if I don't see it.