Lucky Partners

Lucky Partners

Ginger Rogers and Ronald Colman star in this whimsical romantic comedy. Two strangers split a sweepstake prize to go on a fake honeymoon with predictable results.

Ronald Colman shares a sweepstakes ticket with Ginger Rogers and they then embark on an "imaginary" honeymoon with their "winnings." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Waleed A (kr) wrote: overall this was a pretty entertaining throw-away horror flick. but if you think about it for a minute, it has a lot of issues. the false jump scares were ridiculous. i kept noticing it. one time the girl screamed loudly to cause the jump scare, but it's not possible that the voice came from her. it was just loud and ghost-y to scare the audience. the additional technology, like drones and head cams, was intriguing, but really went no where and was not utilized later (1 viewing)SPOILERSand the "twist" ending was absolutely ridiculous and makes no sense. it's the worst possible time travel paradox i've experienced. somehow the tape went back in time. after someone edited all the different footage and posted it on youtube.

Sandy K (jp) wrote: Taut thriller, and Michael Shannon is menacingly creepy as the corrupt police officer.

Nicolas M (jp) wrote: Very bad movie. The worst part? The completely random and nonsensical use of music!

Konrad R (br) wrote: Apart from having some kind of excuse planted in the plot the title is really a tribute to italian exploitation movies (commonly called 'giallo'), Dario Argento himself being an influential figure of the genre. Its a serial crime thriller, but not especially good one. If you considered watching it just for Brody or Seigner, then you can skip it easily. For hard-core exploitation fans - ok to watch, for others, nothing special.

ashley w (fr) wrote: I wamt to see it I heard it was good

Joetaeb D (mx) wrote: While it's far more tolerable and charming than you think, Hotel for dogs is far too simplistic and to-the-rule-book to become whole family entertainment

Travis F (ca) wrote: A decent and very enjoyable documentary on one of one of my favorite bands. However, It fails to really grab the viewer and throw them into the music scene of the 1960's, making it hard to appreciate what The Who was doing with their music. The band's peak and great albums of the mid 70's are a little overlooked, the only albums that get recognition are Tommy and Who's Next. Still, a great documentary with some original interviews with Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey that any fan would find interesting.Perhaps the most interesting thing is on the second disc, Six Quick Ones, in which each band member is looked at and given mini documentaries.

Kala W (nl) wrote: This movie made me cry

Angie L (us) wrote: The movie isn't good, but it was entertaining and I must admit I laughed even with very stupid scenes.

Alberto L (ru) wrote: Desde el principio siempre fino Nolan.

Bob W (jp) wrote: Originally a miniseries, it is normally shown as an edited 3 and a half hour film. On the macro level, like all Bergman films, it wrestles with meaning of life and death, and has his typical memorable existential dialogues. I think it is misnamed. It is not through the eyes of both of the children but only Alexander and secondarily through his mother. There is much that is unpleasant in the film--the bishop and his household seem like allegorical elements for everything the director dislikes about religion--but the passion of the actors is believable, and the sets and costuming first rate.

Cami G (br) wrote: amazing movie 5 stars ~

Mo B (gb) wrote: Rating: 36%The Karate Kid Part III squanders a talented cast with a terrible script and characters that just don't feel right anymore.

William P (kr) wrote: This was a GREAT SHOW. I used to watch that movie every night, overnight. The last move was my VERY FAVORITE chapter of the movie.

Steve S (ca) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***