In 1945, in the Train Station of Bogota, Colombia, a dead girl is found in a trunk. The case is assigned to Detective Mariano Corzo, and he has to deal with the yellow journalist Hipólito ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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In 1945, in the Train Station of Bogota, Colombia, a dead girl is found in a trunk. The case is assigned to Detective Mariano Corzo, and he has to deal with the yellow journalist Hipólito ...
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Justin S (de) wrote: An excellent film I did not know previously existed. Courtesy and thanks to the GF for exposing me to it. Instant appreciation for both Schreiber's direction as well as Woods' acting. This - in my mind - serves a perfect appetizer to The Piano.
Ryan D (es) wrote: A great story of pain, love, and coincidence.
Lee (gb) wrote: Possibly one of the greatest bad movies ever made! The fact that it takes itself seriously is what makes it so unintentionally hilarious. Worth watching just to see how bad it is. Congrats to David Worth for directing one of the most enjoyable films in recent years.
Bill B (kr) wrote: This is a film that I've been circling ever since I first saw Vincent Cassel in a role opposite Monica Bellucci, and I can finally say that I've crossed it off the list.A fun crime caper film, it pits a ruthless cop against a criminal mastermind and his gang, and it's a helluva lot of over the top violent fun.Well worth a look if you have the chance.
Chosen 7 (ru) wrote: It might be a decent film..
Kevin R (ag) wrote: She's the main attraction.A railroad official rides into a small town to deliver some news. During the heart of the railroad age, some towns contained brothel like establishments similar to some truck stops in the modern era. The official stays at a brothel in the town but more for room and board than the treats. However, he falls for the madam's daughter. The daughter lives in the clouds and has dreams of doing great things. Will the official and daughter make things perfect for both sides?"A man takes a drink. A drink takes a drink. The drink takes the man."Sydney Pollack, director of Tootsie, Out of Africa, The Firm, The Interpreter, Absence of Malice, Bobby Deerfield, The Way we Were, and The Scalphunters, delivers This Property is Condemned. The storyline for this picture is remarkably well done. I adored the characters and Alva's character was awesome and reminded me so much of someone that was in my life. The acting was perfection and the cast includes Robert Redford, Charles Bronson, Natalie Wood, Kate Reid, Mary Badham, and Robert Blake."Don't tell him."I randomly came across this film because it stars Charles Bronson. I thought Robert Redford and Charles Bronson would be an interesting combination for a film. I thought Robert Redford and Natalie Wood were amazing in this picture. This is one that keeps you thinking about it after you see it. I really recommend this classic."This property is condemned but ain't nothing wrong with it."Grade: A+
Amanda C (br) wrote: A haunting, but beautiful portrait of a couple recovering from tragedy, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby is touching, funny and real in the way that few films are. This is not a fairytale romance, rather it is the story of two people who are struggling to define and hold onto what was good in the past while trying to forage new identities in the past. The whole film is tinged with the grief and despiration of the present, but this is tempered by the romance and hope as the film cuts between the past and present. There are few films that manage to successfully capture the nuance and change that make up a real relationship. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them does this and then some. It shows that from destruction and defeat can come something worthwhile. That connection comes from the good times shared, but just as much from the bad.
Jason K (gb) wrote: Kinda clunky but a somewhat original story and execution. A range of miscast people though, or it came off as that do to production/editing.
Jens L (ag) wrote: Definitely had it's moments but I guess I wasn't up for this the moment I saw it....maybe I give it another try a few months later