When Roger Balfour is found shot dead in his London home, his death is declared a suicide by Inspector Burke of Scotland Yard, even though the executor of Balfour's estate, Sir James Hamlin, insists his friend never would have taken his own life. Five years later, the abandoned Balfour house comes to life again with the arrival of two sinister-looking tenants: a fiendish-looking man with pointed teeth, bulging eyes and a tall beaver hat, and a pale young woman in a long gown. The presence of the strangers prompts Sir James, who lives next door, to call in Inspector Burke again. Also living in the Hamlin household are the other people who were also present in Balfour's house the night he died: Sir James' nephew, Arthur Hibbs; the late Balfour's now-grown daughter, Lucille; and Williams, the butler. Burke expresses skepticism about Sir James' suspicions that the new neighbors might have been involved in Balfour's death...
Alailson B (gb) wrote: Excelente direo nesse filme-perseguio paraguaio, com oramento baixo, mas uma grande vitalidade da produo, do roteiro e, principalmente, do elenco.
Raphael S (gb) wrote: Assisti novamente e outra vez fiquei com vontade de largar tudo e sair por a.
David J (it) wrote: Samuel L Jackson delivers is this MTV-produced sports drama, as do all the young actors portraying the Richmond Oiler basketball team. Its believable in its dramatic, motivational sort of way, and its charming. What makes this film is the passion and care put into it. This is sports drama done right. The soundtrack is also on point, and it helps the rough streets of Richmond come alive and shows audiences the reality of the situation for some of these inner-city kids.
David P (nl) wrote: This was an excellent movie. great action, never saw so many peasant women get shot. Antonio Banderas nails this one he is Pancho .This isn't a biopic it's more of a collision of two different worlds and Americas fascination with so called heroic figures.and of course FAME and it's consaquences.This is definately one of my favorites
Lee M (ca) wrote: Do not read too much into Burger's mockumentary; it's just having a lark, poking fun at conspiracy theorists, taking the piss out of the dozens of docs out there that present themselves as The Real Story About the Killing of John Kennedy. It never quite finds a way out of its own built-in dead-end.
Aksel G (br) wrote: Training day only spands over the course of a day but it feels like a lot more. Denzel Washington, playing the corrupt cop, is playing his role fantastic and it's no surprise he won an Academy Award for his role. Ethan Hawke plays his role as the new "cop" really well and the tension between the two of them is incredible. Excellent movie with great actors. Definitely worth a watch.
Sorin H (us) wrote: Beautiful and occasionally amusing 'Through the Olive Trees' is a Kiarostami classic. Again, the film is just a pretex in order to show that the good stuff happens outside acting. Sometimes I was forgetting that I am watching a movie :)
Greg W (ru) wrote: I remember when this came out the critics hated it & the public ignored it but I liked it.
Caio A (us) wrote: A remarkable piece of thrilling suspense... So remarkable that the audience barely realizes the whole thing practically happens in a single room.
Dale R (us) wrote: The best musical ever.
Billie W (gb) wrote: eh i seen it when i was like 5 and it scared me...