Young lawyer meets and marries girl after knowing her one day. Takes bride home to meet his mother who disapproves of the marriage. Lawyer thinks everything will be fine as he moves up the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Yasemin Y (gb) wrote: Cocukca sahnesi cok ama eglenceliydi ;)
James T (kr) wrote: This is a movie, I would enjoy watching with my Friends Andrea, and Ryan. We could then have a great conversation about what we have learned or haven't learned.
Daniel F (kr) wrote: +The crossover with The Wild Thornberrys-Lack of sing of along songs-Feels like special episode not movie
Kenneth M (gb) wrote: I thought this was one of the funniest Billy Bob movies that I've seen.
neil L (mx) wrote: Kind of dumb movie with great aliens
Daniel B (nl) wrote: A childhood favorite of mine.
visitorQ S (de) wrote: cool sci fi flick. 3/5
Michelle R (kr) wrote: Just watched it for the second time and it was well worth it. Going to try to make fire with sticks too.
Zac C (us) wrote: It makes you feel disturbed and hopeless. When a movie makes it to where you can't eat or almost to where you can't cope with what's going on then props. One of the greatest horror films of all time and one of the most brutal films ever made. The third to last scene should have been the last scene but this is a gem
Aaron B (mx) wrote: The Town That Dreaded Sundown has a lot of original ideas, an obvious passion for the original, and some seriously impressive visuals, but these factors are unfortunately overshadows by lazy editing and obvious plot twists.
Simon P (us) wrote: Frantic fifties portrayal of panic. Poor performances are the main hinderance to any attempts at saving the young boy from an airtight bank vault. Even Sean Connery isn't the worst actor. The film improves once "The Vault Expert" arrives as he immediately carries out a full-on Winston Wolfe to predictably save the day.. Hurrah! Diabolical, dated fun.
Ben G (es) wrote: The music was great in this movie, as was the ending, and Chuck's performance really did it for me, but the battle in the climax was terribly contrived.
Kevin N (ru) wrote: This film was immediately controversial upon its release, and, nearly forty-five years later, it still stands as wonderfully frank in its depiction of two people who act purely out of momentary lust. The beautiful Jeanne Moreau plays a bourgeois woman who, upon our entrance into her life, is caught between her boring and unaffectionate husband and an affair with a boring and overly affectionate polo player. For the first part of the film she bounces back and forth between these two men, clearly caught in a routine she doesn't want any part of. But when her car breaks down on the way to a sure-to-be-awkward dinner party where her husband and lover are to meet for the first time, she is helped by a mysterious man and immediately lusts for him. Louis Malle expertly crafts the film so that we are always aware that this is a momentary affair, and that this man doesn't represent love for Moreau but instead the first real break in monotony, the first "other option". The film is most often remembered for its daring nude sequence, a sex scene which gets very steamy by 1950s standards. It's a daring move by all involved, behind and in front of the camera, and the scene is just as explicit today.
James D (ca) wrote: I really liked it it made you think Dakota and Elizabeth were great!!!!
Sourma K (nl) wrote: A powerful movie of how factory workers are treated unfairly in every way you could think possible but when Sally Fields character had enough she fights to unionize herself and her co-workers. It makes you wonder why anyone would want these jobs back after they've been shipped overseas, this shouldn't be a person makes a honest living.