Five youngsters who just wanted to spend a nice weekend amongst friends in a manor will find a far less peaceful place than they expected when faced with a family curse and a sadistic ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Five youngsters who just wanted to spend a nice weekend amongst friends in a manor will find a far less peaceful place than they expected when faced with a family curse and a sadistic ...
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AD O (de) wrote: i've been trying to go vegan for 6 months and it's not happening, i need a life coach. great experiment with great results, on and off screen. gut wrenching.
David K (it) wrote: The question shouldn't be "Is fracking safe?" Of course not. No form of producing energy is. Is it safer than coal, the main alternative? Yes.
Holly A (ca) wrote: Craziness. I can't believe this really goes on every year. Total insanity.
Todd S (br) wrote: Thin Ice is the fifth Jesse Stone film, and the first that didn't come directly from one of Robert Parker's novels. Parker didn't write this one, but Thin Ice is still every bit as gripping and mysterious as the other Stone stories. Since becoming the police chief in Paradise, Massachusetts, Stone has injected himself into local business and politics, discovering a lot of corruption, and a connection to organized crime. He's done a tremendous job, but the town council is very upset with him. All these arrests and headlines have put Paradise on the front page, and it has taken it's toll on the towns main source of income, tourism. The town council tells Stone he has to tone it down or risk losing his job. In typical fashion he response by telling them, "you can fire me, but you can't tell me what to do." An upset Stone, heads to Boston to have dinner with his friend, the state homicide commander, when a mysterious shooter tries to take them both out. Now Stone is in the middle of another headline grabbing investigation that's become personal. As always Tom Selleck is terrific and pairing him Picket Fences' Kathy Baker has only made the film series that much more enjoyable for me. Every film has two mysteries that feature Stone right in the middle of the action. Thin Ice being written by a different person, shows Stone as edgier and more sarcastic, something that was interesting to see. I've read most of the novels and know the character of Jesse Stone very well, and to see him exhibit different personality traits, in an extreme situation, really was a treat for me. If you're not familiar with Jesse Stone, you should take the time to do so. He is one of the most complex characters I have ever come across and he's played by the absolute perfect choice, Tom Selleck. The man has been playing a cop for nearly 40 years and has learned a thing or two about what it takes to lead audiences through an investigation. Thin Ice was definitely a change in direction, but it works, as even in it's fifth installment, Jesse Stone is still every bit as good as it ever was.
Trevor H (ag) wrote: Worth seeing if you're a Newcastle resident, hardly worth seeing if you're not. It's definitely easy to see how this movie appeals to the gay community, and I'm puzzled at the producers' outrage at that fact. I just found it hard to pick up a decent storyline or two within the overall plot. Great, great scenes of Newcastle in the summer though.
Brooke J (kr) wrote: Wow. Just....Wow. What movie isn't a complete without a death by blow job scene, huh?
Nigel K (es) wrote: As a big fan of Alistair MacLean books in my youth I also saw as many of the films as I could. Seeing it 40+ years later it hasn't aged that well, Where Eagles Dare has to the best book to film effort, however Puppet on A Chain is still quite effective and the boat chase a real classic!
Rolf S (it) wrote: Herregud for noe ml. Bortkastet tid. Se heller Plan 9! Mye morsommere.
Kristijonas F (us) wrote: Mae West gives a compelling, albeit wholly unlikable performance as a heartless, wealth-focused man-eater. I've got to say it's one of the least sexy performances by a so-called sex symbol in recent cinematic memory.
Daniel C (jp) wrote: Maybe 4. The bold strokes of style are so much fun that you can't not love this movie.
Charlie G (ca) wrote: Very well done. Some nice stunts
Panta O (ca) wrote: This Italian war love story/drama is directed by Sergio Castellitto. It is based on a novel by Margaret Mazzantini. I will really suggest this film mostly for Europeans who are familiar with the war on the Balkans, because the major complaint against this movie comes from critics from the United States (I will quote one of them but I read few with similar comments) and go around the line "when setting a love story in a war-torn environment, it's nice to actually recognize the who, what and why of the conflict -- not just treat it like an inconvenience to personal happiness" (Matt Pais, Chicago Red Eye) ! That is why I suggest , if you are not familiar with the war on the Balkans DO NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE, but if you know the background of it - DO NOT MISS IT! The story adapted for the big screen by the author of the novel Margaret Mazzantini and the director Sergio Castellitto was told in flashbacks. Lovely Italian Gemma (Penelope Cruz) meets cheerful American Diego (Emile Hirsch) in Bosnia, and it was love on the first sight, but she thinks this 23-year-old photographer is too young for her... but Diego doesn't take no for an answer! They have to leave and the next flashback is after some time when she's getting divorced... Diego shows up having the perfect timing thanks to Gemma's dad who recognizes her real love for Diego and supports it. I won't go into details of the story, but there are few engaging twists on the way with elements of a thriller. Of course, in a story like this there will be plenty of melodramatic elements but they were well suited. Acting of most of the actors was delightful to watch, and casting was well done. There were some minor mistakes, but we all have them. It seems that somehow the historical facts were sometimes blurred to make the story more dramatic and appealing for the political sentiments... but I expected that, it seems a normal procedure these days in the art. Not a masterpiece, but very enjoyable!