Kira's Reason: A Love Story
Kira and Mads try to work out their marriage, after Kira has been two years in a mental institution, but is she really ready for the real world?
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Dax S (it) wrote: These movies aren't getting any better, just need to call it off.
David C (ag) wrote: Excellent lead performances by Firth and Kidman in this poignant portrayal of a man traumatised by his experiences on the Burma railway. Some criticise its slow pace and lack of warmth in the key characters, but this in itself is an expression of the formative trauma.
Kelly K (gb) wrote: This has comedy, romance and some very good lessons for single men and women. Worth seeing.
007 W (es) wrote: Star Trek into darkness is a really good movie, I definitely like this a lot, even though that I wish Khan wasn't the enemy in this movie it's still a really good movie
Stephen M (fr) wrote: Carver borders on awful, and if it had any lower of a budget it would be unwatchable. Some of the acting was decent, but mostly the acting wasn't quite good enough to call bad. It felt one step up from a student film. Dull, cliche, and gore for the hell of it. 5 friends encounter a hillbilly killer in the woods; there you have it.
Ajayesh S (ru) wrote: First the good - Farhan and Hrithik rock, Konkona is comptetent and Isha looks beautiful. The bad - Music sucks, the performances of Juhi Chawla and Rishi Kapoor are jarring, the costumes are really bad. The ugly - Zoya sucks as a director, the story meanders along to the end, there is zero entertainment value. Not even 10% the depth of Rock On. TP only if you've got nothing else to do.
Freeman M (nl) wrote: Tony Kaye's best, and the most engrossing doc of 2007.
Robbie T (de) wrote: A fair film that saved by 2 great actors, Greg Kinnear and Willem Dafoe's powerful performance. Especially Willem, he's super.
Bhumika G (de) wrote: on necrophillia - light yet perturbing. Always some good acting by Molly Parker. ps: appetite killer still.
Michael B (es) wrote: Obviously, these critics don't understand how the divadom of Diana transcends any flaws that this movie might have:).
Mloy X (au) wrote: Edward Randolph (Otto Kruger): Once you find the way, you'll be bound. It will obsess you, but believe me, it will be a magnificent obsession.I understand the nostalgia for this picture and I had to keep in mind the era in which this film was made. All the incredible incidents, the few laughable events and somewhat convenient outcome, all of these are products of a much simpler time and I'm afraid doesn't really hold up with the cynicism of this era but as cheesy and far-fetched the plot may seem, this movie had a good heart and a truly inspiring message. The actors were pretty likeable too, which added to the appeal of the movie. I mean, during the time, you couldn't get a hotter and more bankable star than the truly gorgeous Rock Hudson (who played Bob Merrick), who had a good on-screen chemistry with leading lady, Jane Wyman (who played Helen Phillips), who was also wonderful. Even the supporting cast was great: the spunky Joyce Phillips (played by Barbara Rush); Randolph, the wise old sage, who becomes Bob's moral compass (played by the brilliant Otto Kruger) and last but not least, ever enchanting Agnes Moorehead, who plays Nurse Nancy (Ashford) but who will always be endeared to me as the flamboyantly mischievous Endora from "Bewitched". Overall, as melodramatic as this film was and one-evil-twin short of the stereotypical soap opera, it's simply a well-intentioned love-story and I can't begrudge it for that.
Kylie B (kr) wrote: I had been putting off watching this for quite a while, as I often find it difficult to enjoy vintage horror films for various reasons. But I finally got around to it, and my initial vibe was pretty much justified. The costumes are nice and interesting, especially that of the witch Lavinia, but overall the story is very average. There are some effective elements, and a few self-aware moments, but they aren't as well handled as they could've been, and the characterisation and dialogue is pretty weak. The psychedelic effects vary in effectiveness, and the witch room 'dreams' are rather striking if not frightening. Overall the film is a bit dull and rather dated, but it's worth a look for the vintage horror fans, especially for the twin casting of Christopher Lee and Boris Karloff.
Julia B (ca) wrote: Absolute waste of time, could only watch first 30 min hoping it is going to get better....nope,did not happen.Boring,boring,boring!
Allan C (it) wrote: Tough film noir that features the director (Otto Preminger) and stars (Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney) of the seminal "Laura." Dana Andrews is a hard boiled police detective who accidentally kills a suspect during an interrogation. He covers up his crime and events begin to go downhill from there for Andrews. This film is not the classic that "Laura" is, but it's a terrific example of film noir as a genre.