Having first met today, the man and woman dash towards a one-day-long intimacy... Maybe it was just an accident to accept a proposal from a total stranger to go out for just one day for this "woman" who's been dating one man for 7 years and who will get married next month. However, feeling relief and excitement from the intimate ways this "man" touches and looks at her, she feels confused and stirred for the first time in her life.
Her lover has never taken a dangerous risk in his life. She has been for seven years and is going to get married next month. One day she meets a handsome stranger, who asked her to spend ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Out of the Furnace moves at a snails pace and has a lot of unnecessary filler. The story does not live up to the cast and with a great cast like this I expect more.
(kr) wrote: This movie sucks I live in Hallettsville Tx and really thats the best that could of been done Gary Busey . You casted a bunch of well awful actors who might I say suck .This movie should be burned .
(nl) wrote: Sunday afternoon movie , about a dog that sleeps on old Jocks grave .
(jp) wrote: Classic franchise written by Stephen King and directed by 'zombie' Romero, starring an all star old school line up including the legendary Leslie Nielsen, Ted Danson, Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, Ed Harris, Don Keefer and Stephen King himself...some greats in there folks. The stories are basic but this may be down to the fact the franchise is based on the old 50/60's E.C. Comics.Like the world class 'Twilight Zone' 'Tales from the Darkside' and 'Tales from the Crypt' Creepshow is an anthology of horror tales that aren't exactly 18 rated horror but just kooky fun that would fit your Halloween party perfectly. The stories vary from quite good to rather average to be honest with minimal gore.The film is comicbook style with some lovely animations of 'The Creep' a hooded skeletal zombie who spins the tales with his nice cackling laugh. The stories also have a lot of toon imagery throughout which are suppose to give the impression of boarders within a comicbook, nice but not needed for me. The whole film is also bookended by a short tale like all these anthology films.As for the actual tales they are a mixed bag to be honest, the first being a zombie returning from the grave to get his birthday cake he never received, this has Ed Harris (with hair!) and is reasonable but nothing too special. Second stars King as a dumb farmer who foolishly touches a meteorite that lands in his crops and slowly becomes infected and overgrown with a mysterious space fungus or plant life. This story is better and more original than the basic zombie story and shows King in a really goofy role for some reason.Third story involves Nielsen as a rich jealous man who sets up a nasty fate for his unfaithful wife and her lover Ted Danson. Probably the nastiest short in the film with a horrible way to die but the fact Nielsen is the bad guy makes it hard to take seriously, half expecting George Kennedy to pop up at any moment. Third story stars Holbrook and is a good simple creature tale as a crate containing a large furry razor teethed monster eats people who dare go to close to the crate. Lots of blood and some good fun 'Critter' type eatin in this one Last story isn't too good in my opinion as a hypochondriac businessman lives in a hermetically sealed apartment terrified of bugs and germs, a story derived possibly from Howard Hughes and not very original with a predictable ending. Overall the stories could of been better but they do have charm and are still enjoyable.
(es) wrote: Not the most interesting documentary, "Act of God" is still worth seeing, if only to hear first hand accounts of what it's like to get struck by lightning.
(fr) wrote: Although not as good as Dazed and Confused, American Graffiti still manages to give a feeling of another decade featuring an awesome soundtrack
(ag) wrote: The best film i saw till now in 2012
(nl) wrote: Cute Barbie story for little girls with lots of Ballet, fancy dresses, music and romance.
(ca) wrote: Bigger, bolder and better than the first Rocky. This film raises the stakes as the fight between Balboa and Creed becomes much more as personal than before. The story is magnificently told and Stallone is fantastic! This film delves even deeper into Rocky and makes you care for him even more. Sometimes the pacing is a little of and some of the emotional weight that some scenes should carry aren't as affecting as they should be. However the sequence with the theme tune is even better than the first!
(fr) wrote: I stumbled upon this moving playing on basic cable, and found myself hanging on every word. Want to hear a story of an underdog, not cool at all guy who accidentally ends up best friends with every rock star and movie star in Hollywood (think Almost Famous times infinity). Taking in friends who have breakdowns, adopting children of deceased ex girlfriends and being the greatest guy ever, you cant even be jealous, you just want him to tell you more. Oh, and did I mention its a documentary, and its all a true story?
(jp) wrote: Maybe. Not too sure though . . . Too much of a chick flick (yes, I know, that what it's supposed to be)
(nl) wrote: Deadpool is from far away the best superhero movie that Fox did, i really love X-men 2 but Deadpool was amazing, has everything i expected from this movie and more! between all the action and the comedy has that feeling of you are watching a comic book, i don't feel that since Watchmen ... and the suit OMFG the suits on this movie is so perfect it's really looks like they take that from a X-men comic book. This movie makes me forgive Fox for X-men the last stand/ Origins: Wolverine because Deadpool was awesome. Ryan Reynolds finally show what he's capable of, you feel in the movie he's doing the work of his life hahaha. Sorry for my bad english by the way, i am brazilian :P