Lady Caroline Lamb
Lady Caroline Lamb, dissatisfied in her marriage, has an affair with the dashing Romantic poet Lord Byron.
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Alan J (us) wrote: This was the best of them all
Larry K (es) wrote: Be warned, this movie is NOT what the Movie Info says it is about. There is an RV, but it is very far from abandoned at any point in this movie, and there is NOTHING about a town not pleased with having visitors. Here's a REAL movie info:Group of teens go on a trip to party, they take a shortcut for cheap booze only to find themselves the prey of a couple of crazies driving an RV. Who will survive in this found footage film?Now the review: This movie is a waste of time. You will find yourself saying "Who the hell would do that" time and time again. Far beyond the dumb girl running up the stairs to escape the murderer. You'll wish you never saw this.
jen b (nl) wrote: super horrible cheesy christmas love version of a christmas carol ... but i fucking loved it! lol
Ian C (it) wrote: Inarguably, the most uneven society in the world. That Dean of Copper Union is a right horrible cunt who really needs drop kicking in the balls. You could gain a BA and end up worse than somebody working minimum wage for the rest of your life. No wonder for the first time in a generation the parents are more educated than their kids.
sage m (de) wrote: I wonder what this is about... comedy? Love the irony..
Justin M (de) wrote: The first half of the film is much better than the last, which starts to drag and becomes sappily predictable.
Jared H (us) wrote: pretty good creature flick.
Eric N (ag) wrote: Very awesome - highly inspiring story.This is a true martial arts film. Not the typical "guy must revenge his master or something so he trains and then does" plot. This shows you philosophy of martial arts spirit that can translate to anything in life. And it's a biopic. It's goood.
Misbah H (it) wrote: the synopsis does not do justice to the movie, it was so sweet, and the ending is really beautiful!!
Peter P (es) wrote: Ok sports movie, it's predictable, yet in a good way.
Hctor V (es) wrote: hermoso filme sobre la soledad y el valor de la amistad; no deja de maravillarme cuando se consigue un producto tan bien logrado con tan pocos recursos.
Sui G (br) wrote: I watched this with Amanda. She said that I'd never guess the ending...she was right. It was the MOST RANDOM ending ever. Seriously. I was like, "What the heck?"
Marilee A (de) wrote: Being of Swedish Decent, I really need to Pillage for this, Viking Style
Konrad A (es) wrote: I like home alone lost in New York. I like the pigeon lady she was creepy but interesting I favorite part in this movie was one the pigeon lady throws pigeon food on the bad guys and all the birds go on the bad guys. I like how this movie takes place in New York. It's a good family Christmas movie!!
molly c (ag) wrote: Nick Park Rocks!!!! if you like this one, see the series, man. i just bought the complete first season on DVD. OMG soooo funny.
Cornell W (mx) wrote: I'm a little late on this one. I liked the music.
Serge L (us) wrote: Very good round up of the life of H. Milk surrounding his rise to the city of San Francisco council in support of the homosexual life style. He was the most outgoing and outspoken of them all, making humourous and compelling arguments in defense of homos. It was a fight and the conservative side did not like losing the battle at the mayoral offices, forcing Dan White to go back in position. DW was refused and HM actively pressured the mayor to refuse his reinstatement. DW somehow lost it and killed the ennemies, the mayor and HM. Good extras in the DVD that brings more light to the situation at the time and many other supporting characters.
Kendel C (br) wrote: This movie was hilarious. It is one of those rare movies that doesn't take itself too seriously and just has fun. Favorite part? "Explain it to me again!"
Devon B (nl) wrote: Did Ray Milland's B-movie epic "Panic in the Year Zero" serve as an inspiration for Cormic MaCarthy's "The Road"? I'm not sure. But I do know that just ten short years after starring in "Singin' in the Rain", the beautiful and talented Jean Hagen was reduced to playing Frankie Avalon's mother (and she was only 39 at the time- only in the movies could a 57-year old man be married to a 39-year old woman and have a 22-year old son together). A nice, California family wakes up at the crack of dawn, loads up the camping trailer, and heads out for a weekend fishing expedition. Some miles outside of Los Angeles, they hear sounds they hear sounds of thunder, but when they look back and see a mushroom cloud, they realize World War III has broken out. From then on, it's a race for survival as people become more desperate. Milland not only directs but stars as the Mad Max-ian survialist father, and Frankie Avalon plays a twerpy yet potentially homicidial teenager. The mother and daughter are almost reduced to decorative furniture (apart from an attempted rape scene) and really, the end of the world is no place for a lady anyway. It's at times a fairly dramatic and suspenseful movie and at others it delves down into the cheese, but that doesn't stop it from being entertaining none the less.
Robin T (it) wrote: In my mind,the best Charlie Chaplin's movie!