Haunted by memories of his ex-girlfriend Alice, a heartbroken Billy returns home to Northern Virginia seeking solace from old friends. But what he finds there is more disconcerting: his best friend Stanley has become unstable, mysterious and withdrawn from those around him. Billy teams up with another old friend to find out what's going on and as they probe Stanley's recent activities, their friend's behaviour seems more and more bizarre and frightening.

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pan4gos (us) wrote: most shocking killing spree that i've ever seen

Andrea V (us) wrote: With this performance Janssen has definitely deserved my future interest in her works. As per the movie itself, it's intense, poignant and dramatic enough to get you emotionally involved.

Drake H (de) wrote: It was decent I suppose. It's an hour to long and I dint find it all that interesting. But I did kinda enjoy it for some reason. It's not Baz Luhrmanns best nor his worst.

(jp) wrote: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kathy Bates, Jack Kehler DIRECTED BY: Todd Louiso Following the unexplained suicide of his wife Liza, website designer Wilson Joel (Philip Seymour Hoffman) turns to gasoline fumes and remote control gaming while avoiding an inevitable conflict with his mother-in-law (Kathy Bates). Oh what a sad, depressing movie that was brilliantly done by Hoffman. Just so raw and honest. The more movies I see with Hoffman the more I love him. He is amazing. Kathy Bates is amazing she needs no praising. Just the two of them in this film were great. You feel so bad for his character and the downward spiral he is going down. Although it's a bit slow, the performances you get is well worth it.

Victor F (it) wrote: A cool horror - fantasy from Japan.

Scot C (mx) wrote: What a gem of a film, and i'm so glad i finally watched it. Its a funny movie, with a lot of heart! There is definitely a similarity to Driving Miss Daisy with regards to the concept, but it is still a film very much on its own in many ways. This movie is perfectly cast in every role, especially the two leads. Shirley MacLaine and Nicolas Cage are brilliant to watch in their scenes together, with great comedy timing, but more importantly the tension and dislike that these two characters have for eachother is executed very well. But what makes these really engaging performances, is the love (friendship) they actually have for eachother, thats beautifully shown in the subtext. I've watched many of Nicolas Cage's films, and he's had many great and not so great charcters, the same with films. But this in my opinion is one of his best films, and my most favourite character of his. This movie is an absolute pleasure to watch. And i'll watch it again!

Daniel C (mx) wrote: The movie is boring and long, and though I hate the sort of people in it, My Dinner with Andre has worthwhile ideas to share.

Akhil A (de) wrote: One of the best cinematography in Indian cinema....with the best names in Bollywood in it...from Amitabh, Shashi Kapoor, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Shantrughan...great story by the legendary Salim-Javed...music by R D Burman...a must watch for anyone who wants to know about Bollywood movies...

Ryne W (ca) wrote: Blake Edwards's "10" is hands down one of the funniest movies ever made. Like the best comedies, it takes common human emotions (undeniable longing and the fear of aging and death in this case) and uses them as a springboard for a series of maniacally hilarious comedic setups and witty observations about the complexity of life, love, and sex. By the time of its release in 1979, Blake Edwards had proven himself an A-list director capable of directing a wide variety of different film genres from romantic comedies ("Breakfast at Tiffany's) to heavy dramas ("Days of Wine and Roses), but his winning streak was beginning to fade. He had achieved enormous commercial success with the first five Pink Panther movies, but his efforts outside the franchise were flops by comparison. With "10", Edwards not only achieved the high comedic delirium of the Panther films, but also created a new, more observant kind of comedy that started a ripple effect in pop culture we are still seeing in films today such as Jason Segal's "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" or Judd Apatow's "The 40-Year-Old Virgin". At the core of the story is a brilliant performance by Dudley Moore whose George Webber, a short forty-two year old musical composer, epitomizes the deepest desires of the human condition. We first see him celebrating yet another birthday surrounded by his longtime lover (Julie Andrews) and a collection of friends. George appears to have everything: a successful career, a perfect house atop a California hillside, and a healthy relationship, but nevertheless the onset of middle age casts a dark shadow over his entire existence. In their collective portrait of George, Edwards and Moore have molded him into the perfect underdog yet we are still able to laugh at him when he falls victim to a slew of random and unsuspected pratfalls. Even after he boards a flight to Mexico to indulge his unbridled infatuation with a beautiful young woman he spied while waiting in afternoon traffic (Bo Derek), the audience is with him on every step of the journey. Also vital to the film's success is the casting of the female leads. Not once do they fall into sentiment or cliche. Bo Derek as Jenny Miles, a.k.a. the "eleven" of the picture is sex personified and perpetually luminous. With her nude bathing suit, cornrows, and luscious curves, she takes Jenny far beyond the standard object of lust. In the famous scene where we see her running in slow motion down the beach, she is more like a sexual deity than a brazen temptress. Surprisingly, the reverse is true of Julie Andrews as George's acid-tongued, level-headed mistress. Her Samantha Taylor spouts off a stream of language you would never find in the vocabulary of Mary Poppins or Maria Von Trapp and though she is only featured in a few scenes, her presence can be felt throughout. Rounding out the supporting cast is a collection of fine character actors that include Robert Webber as George's cognitive and shockingly not stereotyped homosexual best friend, a young Dee Wallace as an old acquaintance of George whose self confidence has been bruised by a series of failed relationships, and Brian Dennehy as a warmhearted bartender in Mexico. Something truly magical happens on screen when fantastic acting, superb directing, and deft screenwriting are combined. With all the elements set into place, Edwards has full control over an unhinged plot and the audience is nestled comfortably in the palm of his hand. This is the mark of great filmmaking and that is why "10" has remained one of the best.

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Christopher B (ca) wrote: An HG Well classic, which speaks to society today as much as it did a century ago. As with most quality movies, it may have a slow start but it methodically builds to a fantastic (& insightful) final half-hour. Technically excellent filmography and FX for 1937.

Zoran S (nl) wrote: What can you say about a movie that has W.C. Fields, Bela Lugosi, Cab Calloway singing about smoking pot, and some vague "plot" about the invention of television? Thomas Pynchon must watch this whenever he starts a new novel. It's dated, but weirdly so....

Godfrey M (fr) wrote: Well written and acted but i found nothing....nothing new in this flick ,,, i was waiting for the twist for the whole 2 hours but there was no drama in this proclaimed drama

Felipe F (de) wrote: Although the ending may not please all viewers, Tom Hanks' powerhouse performance is enough to carry the movie on its own.

Sacha R (au) wrote: I actually really liked the film. Alice is a really nice character, Jill doesn't have the same emotional appeal as Alice, but she gives off that dead terminator-esque vibe. Alice is a little over-powered and Jill is a little under-powered. Ultimately, the main pleasure I got was having my heart rate go up - I repeatedly found myself throwing round house kicks at the tv screen. The was some gore, but it was light in my opinion - mostly fear factor stuff (ex. worms, zombies, darkness) - but not too much in my opinion - I felt the gore added to the excitement.