Brash young Hollywood talent agent Josh Ross (David Moscow) is dispatched to Guatemala, where he's assigned to locate missing star Jack Palladin (Ben Gazzara), a man Josh has never met but can't stand due to Palladin's long-ago relationship with his late mother. Despite receiving no help from the amused locals, Josh eventually finds his target hiding out as a cook at a restaurant but discovers that persuading the reluctant actor to return to Hollywood will be an uphill climb. Talia Shire costars in this independent comedy.
Maxx D (jp) wrote: A must for any rap/hip-hop fan, this is a great documentary by Ice-T which consists of an hour and a half of interviews with various faces in rap music talking about their inspirations and favourite verses by other rappers. Excellent.
Luis G (br) wrote: A great film to understand the impact of the colombian conflict among children. 4 stories of lives stricken by the war and injustice narrated by the children themselves.
Myo D (ru) wrote: Dlho som sa na to chystal... Pobavilo :)
Leslie D (kr) wrote: Intense little terror-flick with rural setting about five girlfriends chased by psychotic lady. Effective, because the movie appears to be shot with a cellphone-cam.
Anna L (ca) wrote: Solid performances from Mitchum and Kerr.
Lori B (gb) wrote: If you ever wondered why the South is messed up, just watch this Tennessee Williams adaptation. Darkly funny, salacious, grungy and decayed.
Shawn W (es) wrote: A former expert jewellery thief is a prime suspect in a new rash of robberies so he goes undercover to nab the real culprit. Watched this one a second time and it still disappointed me. Barely remembered any of it. Hitchcock is usually right on the mark but I found this a bit tedious even with Grace Kelly.
Pierluigi P (it) wrote: Charles Chaplin is not the star of this, his first serious drama. It's a silent film but Chaplin's direction of actors is so good that they don't overact, all seems very natural. the story is full of controversial or indecent themes for the time it was made (rebellious children, sex outside matrimony, women's lib). A very subtle novelty, as Chaplin said "it's all about how men and women tend to hide their emotions"
Logan T (nl) wrote: A terrific story,great voice acting,and amazing animation make Batman:Under the Red Hood is an awesome DC Animated movie.
David C (gb) wrote: No where near as wild and entertaining as the first
David U (nl) wrote: Truly special. The humor often dips to excessively crude levels, but there's plenty enough hilarity to compensate. The FDR character is a fantastic tribute to a great man, and Bostwick plays the role perfectly.