A film about the Canadians who participated in the Spanish Civil War.
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Tino R (ru) wrote: fantastic docu, how humanely delicious food can be... 5 star Michelin!
Steven V (fr) wrote: There's a category called B Movie, basically where all horror movies that that are either low-budget, not scary, really bored with no horror scenes, (or all the three mentioned) is placed. However, this movie doesn't even deserves to be in this category. It is all that plus it is pathetic, and with the notion that this film is made entirely for the sake of making it, with no regard to the quality or to the basics of filming. The scenes are mostly in sephia color, which is not very good for the eye.
Becca A (ca) wrote: If you want something shout it out to the universe
Kyle M (fr) wrote: The culture of corporations was followed in this film with some sympathy in relation to the culture, a not-so-big part of an intriguing plot that involved nicely casted, triangular chemistries between a salesman, his daughter and his half-younger boss. The film in its nature, while following its topical culture, has good charms and humor, both in the nice heart. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
Ola G (us) wrote: Matthias "Matt" Lee Whitlock (Denzel Washington) is the respected Chief of Police of the fictional small town of Banyan Key, Florida. He has recently executed a successful, high-profile drug bust that turned up $550,000 in drug money. Although he enjoys his job, his drinking while on duty is an obvious character flaw, exacerbated by his pending divorce from his wife, homicide detective Alex Diaz Whitlock (Eva Mendes). Matt is currently seeing local resident Anne Merai-Harrison (Sanaa Lathan) - whose husband Chris (Dean Cain), a former professional quarterback turned security guard, abuses her, finds out that Anne has just been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Anne intends to reward Matt's loyalty to her by making him the sole beneficiary of her $1,000,000 life insurance policy. Matt tries to find a way to give Anne some hope and suggests that she should travel to Switzerland to undergo a newly developed treatment. The problem is that Anne has been living beyond her means and does not have any money. Desperate to help her, Matt bends the rules and lends her the $550,000 so she can make the trip. When the $550,000 goes up in flames in a suspicious house fire that supposedly kills Anne and Chris, Matt finds himself in a great deal of trouble. Not only is the money now gone, but Matt knows that even though he is innocent, circumstantial evidence - such as the insurance policy and the fact that he had been seeing Anne - could make him the prime suspect..."Out of Time" is an updated attempt to make something similar to the great "No Way Out" with Kevin Costner, but hardly reaches the heights of the latter film. Theres a sense of an homage to film noir in the storyline and vibe serving us an ok neo-noir thriller, and with all the intriguing side plots it keeps you on your toes during the running time. Washington and a stunning Mendes has sparks and both put on a pretty good performance, while Cain and the oh so lovely Lathan not really get that much to work with, but tries to do the best with what they got. The setting of Florida is nice and director Carl Franklin uses it in a convincing and visual way. The balance between being a sort of "intelligent" thriller and action drama is ok. Theres clichs for sure and the ending is not that of a major surprise (like in "No Way Out" when you saw it the first time). "Out of Time" is ok, nothing more nothing less.
Jonathan B (es) wrote: Now I remember why I've never seen this movie before - a) it's not my type of humor, and b) I'm not a Mike Myers fan. It doesn't help either that I've never thought much of the old James Bond films, Goldfinger excluded, which, let's be honest, didn't need a whole lot of parodying to begin with. The best part about them was Sean Connery, and Myers is nowhere near as charming as he. Plus, I swear my eyes almost got stuck in the back of my head from rolling them so much from all the lazy double entendres.
Anders A (mx) wrote: A important piece of the Doglands thriller-campaign during the 80-90s. Demi Moore, surely makes you want more of her spellbinding figure. The plot isnt really that bad or obviously as everyone wants it to be. Entertaining.
Danny R (ag) wrote: A greedy shark's wife is kidnapped by a couple whom he owes money but because he hates his wife, he refuses to pay any ransom. This comedy is another hit for the Zucker team and because of it's well written script and memorable performances by its cast, making this a borderline classic.
Zack B (au) wrote: The film is unsurprisingly well made, one of Truffaut's strongest works, and yet the films primary source of power comes from Isabelle Adjani's harrowing, and painfully honest performance. As an audience, we are initially enraptured by the fineness of her features, the narrowness of her face, the creaminess of her skin, the olive eyes and the fullness of her lips. She is luminous and it is for this reason that we are disturbed and also moved to watch her descend into a hellish madness brought on by an obsessively unfaltering love.
Adam T (es) wrote: A bored housewife begins working at a local brothel and soon falls prey to an obsessive client who tries to manipulate her emotionally and reveal everything about her double life to her husband.
Andrew L (au) wrote: This is an alright movie. While this movie has an interesting concept for a slasher movie, it doesn't do a whole lot to be clever. In some ways it pokes fun at the horror genre by using the concepts of urban legends as the reason for the murders but nothing else makes it stand out. The acting wasn't great but Jared Leto and Michael Rosenbaum were able to make the movie interesting and slightly suspenseful at times. Fans of the horror/slasher genre probably have already seen this movie, like myself, but this is one to check out because it is better than most. Definitely worth the rent.