L'insegnante viene a casa
Luisa De Dominicus is a Milanese piano teacher who moves to Lucca to be with the man she loves: Ferdinando 'Bonci' Marinotti...
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Darin F (au) wrote: this should be a fantastic film - quirky & full of fun!
Tyrone c (it) wrote: good horror movie to watch
Lan B (es) wrote: this movie made me confused..seriously..the timeline is really confusing and the ending..but the action is good. mr. kane rawks..
j (nl) wrote: very bad unfunny movie
Raymond S (ag) wrote: it was bloody but the acting could have been better and the stioryline was lame but hey you cant win them all i gave it more than its worth for gore and brutality
Cody S (ca) wrote: Love Artie Lange and he really helps this movie pull it off
Sorrel (ca) wrote: Theres a Family Guy movie?? I'm so there !
Jaws N (jp) wrote: Has no right being a good movie...But it's not bad.
Thomas H (gb) wrote: Pretty scary. The sequels to this one are horrible, so this one's the best. It makes me scared to open my closet now!
Robert G (us) wrote: Must be the titties.
Royce L (jp) wrote: This film walks the fine line separating stinging social commentary from MST3K fodder...the slant is to the latter
Bill B (nl) wrote: Russell Mulcahy directs a really decent giant pig story, as Gregory Harrison comes to Australia looking for answers about what happened to his dead wife, whose story about kangaroo poaching brought her to the desolate Outback.For what I'm sure is a fairly low budget production this has some stylish flourishes and is well worth a rental.
Lee A (gb) wrote: A refreshing movie with someone standing up (i.e., risking his life) for good. A modern day Rio Bravo (or any other number of old westerns), with a little over the top action and silliness. Much of it was quite far fetched, but I still enjoyed it.
Tim S (us) wrote: Leviathan was released when there were several deep sea films coming out the same time, most notably The Abyss, and least notably, Deep Star Six. It's actually kind of surpising at how many great people are not just in front of the camera, but behind it as well. Besides George P. Cosmatos directing, you also have a score from Jerry Goldsmith and production design from Rob Cobb. Rather fitting since this seems to be a combination of both stories from Alien and The Thing. The acting is pretty decent, and there are some great cheesy one-liners, as well as Peter Weller's robotic performance. Richard Crenna and Daniel Stern also pull off some good perfromances. The designs and look of everything is great, but it's the story that lacks: nothing new, and nothing incredible either. It's enjoyable, for sure, but don't expect a masterpiece.
Kashan P (au) wrote: Smart and well acted but not to to that much of a gripping degree.