After suffering a brutal trauma, Julia (Ashley C. Williams) uses an unorthodox form of therapy to restore herself. She works in a clinic by day. At night, she turns to murder, after being gang raped, by a group of sadistic men. After the attack, she hides out in a seedy bar until she meets a strange group of women. This group of female killers are brought together by an even stranger counsellour. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Carroll H (es) wrote: yes, very good, and better suited for this cast.
Clive W (ag) wrote: There's not much out there of this quality. Thankfully.
Ross O (br) wrote: moving and inspiring.
Gaiti F (au) wrote: . . . . yeah I can't believe I watched it either!
Maymay A (jp) wrote: I find this picture compellingly beautiful not only because it tells the coming-of-age story of the musician I truly adore but because it really is. Neat screenplay and direction. Great acting from the cast. Aaron Johnson's portrayal of Lennon was brilliant. I also loved the cinematography. Nowhere Boy is a poignant and powerful film.
James D (ag) wrote: I own it, so I might as well see it once.
Brian S (nl) wrote: there are good racism movies. this is not one of them. this isn't much of good movie, period. incredibly stale and wooden performances from the entire cast, with the possible exception of Mykelti Williamson. the characters aren't sympathetic, the story is mired in political correctness, and the dialogue is so forced you almost have to wonder if it'd be a different film if people could say what they would naturally say instead of lines off a script. Rebecca Gilman's play is at least somewhat tolerable because it involves a bit of thinking on the audience's part. this does all your thinking for you, and it does a very poor job of it.
Peter D (es) wrote: I didn't think the acting was that great, but even still I enjoyed this movie. I liked the main characters and felt they were well cast. The humor was lacking, but for a drama it certainly had its moments. As predictable as this movie could be it was still fun to watch it all unfold.
Cynthia S (us) wrote: A very moving French film. There wasn't any hollywood type spin to make it extra dramatic, or extra sad...and because of that, the sincerity of the interactions were much more powerful, in my opinion. Quiet, slow, yet not boring. Touching...
Joseph R (gb) wrote: NO MASTI!!! NO MASTI!!!
Melanie D (br) wrote: I find it quite difficult to empathise with a lead character in a rom com who ditches his perfectly nice wife to go lusting after a dance teacher, even if he is clearly in the grip of a mid-life crisis. Fortunately that embarrassing episode is over and done with fairly quickly. The supporting characters provide a few laughs but Richard Gere is bland, and I just found it difficult to care about what was happening in the story.
Karsh D (es) wrote: Pretty usual stuff from Chan. Paper thin plot with incredible stunts. Good fun
Tero H (ru) wrote: List of pluses and minuses:- some of the humour goes now well overboard + during the first fight, check out Eastwood's face when he gets hitten down. That is a mean Clint-look, almost worth watching the movie by itself.- although its nice to see a movie which continues right from where the previous movie finished, and ends differently, it seems to lack something. The plot could have been 'deeper' somehow, more purposeful. + the orangutan is back!- but the poop jokes are not that funny and the biker gang gets too big a part - even though their characters are funny, they are not believable in the least+ has some funny scenes and nice looking people- but also some unnecessarily stupid humour (in my taste)+ also has some cool fights- but builds up rather high in expectation of the last fight, which then doesn't turn out to be that great. Its not bad, but not what the film lets one expect either. All in all, not a bad film but has some unnecessary silly stuff that could have been replaced with better taste and more serious scenes. Some of the scenes are still funny though, one can't deny that.
Margaret H (it) wrote: Margaret Rutherford is the BEST Marple!
Nick C (ag) wrote: Not a fun entry... Yucky brown film color is due to this being the first toho attempt at color film. Still, this is dry and boring.
Private U (ag) wrote: Un film un peu a part chez Lang je dirais car il touche ala creation auquel sont associe crime et demence assez vertigeusement... Troublant a voir chez quelqu'un soupconne d'avoir tue sa premiere femme. Quelque peu inegal toutefois, Louis Hayward n'etant pas vraiment fin.
gary t (kr) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch............i think that griff barnett, jennifer jones, gregory peck, sidney blackmer, joseph cotten, charles bickford, lionel barrymore, harry carey, lillian gish play good roles/parts throughout this movie...............i think that griff barnett, jennifer jones, gregory peck, harry carey were great throughout this movie...................i think that the director of this classics/drama/western movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie...........i think that this is a brilliant movie its got a great cast throughout this movie n its a really well directed/acted movie 2 watch
Louise T (fr) wrote: Jeepers this is a keen movie! Sadly, I don't really remember this movie from my childhood, I presume I watched it, but can't be sure. I knew the title but not the story really. We watched the DVD tonight. Sure it's dated, and there's more than a few lines you couldn't get away with now, but it's still a nice family movie even after all these years. Although the quality of the DVD picture was a bit patchy.
Collin R (it) wrote: its known as one of the greatest movies of all time yet I was bored stiff, yet the acting was great
Thomas B (nl) wrote: Grade - B+Wonderfully exciting, incredibly well-acted and featuring witty dialogue throughout, 'The Curse of the Black Pearl' is as entertaining as you get, and manages to overcome a slightly disjointed narrative and overlong running time with the aid of some dazzling visuals executed perfectly at the hands of Gore Verbinski.