Lulu on the Bridge
This film is about a famous jazz saxophonist, Izzy who's life is forever changed after he is accidentally shot.
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Mark L (it) wrote: Who new numbers could be so fun
ArYa DarMa D (es) wrote: 4/5 Ratings for Zombie Land F: 89%R: 11%Horror 30% Drama 20% Romance 30% Comedy 20%
Jack (jp) wrote: Would like to see this.
Tom C (mx) wrote: Great movie to watch for those who are interested in war movies, it takes a whole new view when watching a war that's not just the standard WWI or WWII movie.
Karolina C (au) wrote: This movie, starring director Edward Burns, Lauren Holly and Jon Bon Jovi, was pure crap. Holly is Claudia, a young woman stuck in her hometown with aspirations to become something. What she never says, and one can wonder exactly what it is she hopes to achieve since she has no education or knowledge of what the world holds. She is dating Michael (Bon Jovi) and he wants to marry her, but then her old boyfriend Charlie (Burns), who treated her like crap before, comes home and, of course, wants her back. The dialogues sucked, acting was worse than crap, except for one performance and that was that of Blythe Danner who plays the mother of Claudia, and does so splendidly. Funny fact; for the first time in my life I was actually not hoping the bad guy would get the girl. I really hope I have not outgrown my bad boy-phase.
Tanya K (ca) wrote: Gritty and insightful. Kelly Macdonald in another intense performance. The haunting music by PJ Harvey, and message of this bleak tale leave a lasting impression... which is what makes it such a brave movie.
Julie S (es) wrote: This is the best AMY FISHER movie made. loved it!
Matthew D (ca) wrote: Treading the most familiar territory of any film with the original crew this story has been done many times by episodes of the new and old series, however, this is one of the best examinations of religion in the world of Starfleet and makes up for some strange, incongruous messages in past encounters. More epic than the previous couple of Enterprise voyages; The Final Frontier is a nice return to straight-up sci-fi. It has problems; it plays for laughs far too often, is rather overwrought (not surprising with Shatner in the directing chair) and self-indulgent and lacking in action and suspense. On the other hand the story is compelling and its ending is very in keeping with the Original Series and after three out of the past four films featuring a Spock who is a little... off it is nice the main trio returns to their classic dynamic.
Sarah H (nl) wrote: A deceptively simple story in which the ending is obvious almost from the start. The point of the journey isn't what happens, but the slow discovery of it by the protagonist, Julien. Just as Julien slowly works out deceptive his first impressions have been, director Louis Malle appears to be working through something he experienced (from the periphery) as a child but was never fully able to understand - or forget.
Paola N (ru) wrote: E se l'unico modo per permettersi l'universit fosse diventare nero?Spassosa commedia anni 80 sul problema della diversit.
Robert B (au) wrote: I really enjoyed the way Hoffman took the persona of Lenny Bruce and made it his own. I much prefer that way of playing the role of an actual person over just trying to do an impression of the person.
Evan H (de) wrote: such a crazy movie. The lobster scene is beyond crazy!!
Mithun G (de) wrote: I wanna smoke what Rocha was smoking.
Loves2Garden G (ca) wrote: Lots of atmosphere! Great scenes of the Santa Monica Pier and Venice, CA area.
Gregory W (gb) wrote: a different spin on old material
Matthew S (gb) wrote: Great performances from all. A very intellectual study of Jung meets Freud that ultimately is a bit too restrained and distant.
Robert S (kr) wrote: I liked it and it was very entertaining.