Juliet of the Spirits
Visions, memories, and mysticism all help a 40-something woman to find the strength to leave her cheating husband.
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Matt R (de) wrote: i fell asleep. .... it felt like a old movie old references old music. .... creepy old dudes hitting on girls in their 20's .....not very good
Randy P (it) wrote: I didn't see the point in this documentary. Yes it's bizarre to collect penises, but does it have any impact on the world we know. To me this only serves the purpose to create laughs and makes you make funny expressions to what you see.
Damo G (de) wrote: eh, it was alright...the ending sucked
Ba F (au) wrote: A shit film. Avoid avoid avoid!!! This was a boring Bundy movie. Quite like watching a daytime tv soap opera. Yawn!!! I'm not condoning what TB did in his time but this movie did little to portray in much detail the horific murders he committed. They even got the colour of his VW Beetle wrong. It was more of a romance gone wrong movie.
Maddy G (mx) wrote: LAKE HOUSE MOVIE!!! lol! ryan and joey and olivia and katie!!!!
Sam M (nl) wrote: HA i watched this when i was 13. Man it was cool
Courtney R (it) wrote: Young and dashing Harrison Ford, lovely (tho' a little stilted) Lesley-Anne Down, and I just always like Christopher Plummer. A sweet WWII romance, with laughably awkward driving/flying 'effects'. (How far we've come!) A little 'canned' sometimes, but some GREAT lines (esp Richard Masur, such a great character actor) you'll quote for a while.
Red L (nl) wrote: It is always fun to watch Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. Imagine a movie about a computer replacing staff researchers!Actually, the movie is a bit silly. Of course, Tracy and Hepburn fall for each other, so the computer story-line is only a side issue.
Peter F (nl) wrote: Graphic cop story is far too uncomfortable to appeal to those seeking Dirty Harry. Bad Lieutenant still stands as a uncompromising look at redemption, and features possibly the oddest performance of Harvey Keitel's career.
Tyler M (ag) wrote: It's like Rosmarys Baby and The Shining...Only bad... Okay, so when I heard that Tobe Hooper of Texas Chainsaw Massacre fame had made a new horror movie, I was all excited for something that was guaranteed to be scary and shocking...Unfortunately, it's not scary, and it's hardly shocking. The Story: Tennants of a Hollywood hotel start dying one by one, being murdered by a mysterious killer using the contents of a tool box, hence the name "Toolbox Murders". The murders aren't creative, and the violence isn't even as violent you'd expect from the man known for sticking women on meat hooks, and cutting people in half with a chainsaw. If you thought for a moment that this would a good Tobe Hooper movie you'd be wrong, he's done much better things...It's a sluggishly slow paced, nonsensicle movie that offers nothing new, and nothing even remotely interesting. The Cast: What's the point, you aren't going to know any of them, and you aren't going to remember them for their great performances any time soon. They're all generic and uninteresting. The acting is terrible. You won't care about any of the characters at all. Nothing good to be said about any of them. One to Five Scale: 1 After I saw Wrong Turn a while back I thought for sure that that was the worst slasher film ever created. After I saw this my mind changed. Toolbox Murders is so bad that it makes Wrong Turn look like 5 out of 5 material. Yes, it's that bad! Tyler
Aaron C (ag) wrote: Hal Holbrook gives it his all in this masterful human drama that's more than a great movie. Highly recommended.