Marty, a butcher who lives in the Bronx with his mother is unmarried at 34. Good-natured but socially awkward he faces constant badgering from family and friends to get married but has reluctantly resigned himself to bachelorhood. Marty meets Clara, an unattractive school teacher, realising their emotional connection, he promises to call but family and friends try to convince him not to.

Although he is good-natured, Marty is still unmarried at the age of 34 due to his socially awkward personality. After being goaded by his mother to marry, he goes to the Stardust Ballroom one Saturday night, and lucky enough meets the lonely teacher Clara. Suddenly, he now has a chance to get out of the bachelorhood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Per Gunnar J (es) wrote: This is a fairly okay movie. If you take into account that it is actually a SyFy production it is really fantastic and miles above most things produced by SyFy. It was certainly not one of those movie that left you with a what-a-waste-of-time feeling when you went to bed after seeing it in the evening. Rather on the contrary.The fact that Sean Bean is part of the cast is of course a good start. I generally like his performance. I was actually quite disappointed when he was killed off already in the first season of Game of Thrones. The rest of the cast are okay. Perhaps not Oscars-winning material but good enough.The story is a reasonably classical post-apocalyptic one where the survivors of the human race fight against extinction. There is no this-is-what-happened scenes whatsoever at the beginning of the movie. We're dumped straight into it and only a good chunk into the movie do we get to know what supposedly happened. There are certainly some silly holes in the story. Such as why this group of humans could have remained safe if their little place for generations when, in reality, the mutants could just walk in. Also, although the scenes at the ruins of the old city was quite okay the "library" bugged me. There was no roof for Christ sake! After the first couple of rains those books would have been gone.Apparently there was some controversy around the movie when it was shown. The movie was intended for a 12 year rating but it got a 15 year one due to an "explicit sex scene". That is just so much bullocks. There is indeed a scene showing two people having sex from some distance. There is nothing "explicit" about it whatsoever. It is so typical of the brain-dead movie censors in a lot of countries. 12 year olds cannot be expected to see people doing a natural thing but stabbing people left, right and centre is fine?Otherwise the movie was a quite entertaining action/disaster/fantasy type of movie and, as I said, hugely better than most things SyFy-channel have produced.

Janis A (mx) wrote: A more serious reflection of and on Bollywood. Great acting, good directing rise this movie above the average. Only sad thing is that there are few songs in it. Great cameos by Bollywoods finest actors, especially Hrithik Roshan is funny

Kristy ROCKS (us) wrote: very creepy! You won't see what's coming next! You'll love it Lena!

(es) wrote: I loved every second of this masterpiece it is trully an amazing movie.The plot was perfectly organized ( you must watch the directors cut version in order to fully understand the movie tho..) . All characters were perfectly made and played pefectly especially by Jake Gyllenhaal, Jena Maloneand Drew Barrymore 10/10 A must see

Andrew F (ag) wrote: Atrocious film. Insulting to its audience. Atrociously acted, and deals with absurd subject matter.

Scott C (mx) wrote: Classic car chase movie with one of the best ever endings.

Fidel Antonio M (de) wrote: Best seen before watching The Dark Knight Rises.

Aaron M (ag) wrote: underrated but great movie

Al M (kr) wrote: Adapted from the brilliant fantasy stories of Robert E. Howard, Conan the Barbarian remains one of the greatest examples of the fantasy genre. Conan opens with a classic quote from Nietzsche: "That which does kill us makes us makes us stronger." From there, the film becomes a truly Nietzschean tale about defining the self against all odds. Filmed in a way that can only be described as epically sublime, Conan the Barbarian features not only one of Arnold's greatest performances but awesome supporting roles from the likes of James Earl Jones and Max von Sydow. Blending brutal action together with moments of dark magic and slapstick comedy, Conan the Barbarian is an almost perfect fantasy-action film that explores the individual's ability to rise up from the ashes and conquer the gods themselves.

Nathan C (de) wrote: not understanding problem with movie good family fun better than last film

Liliane S (ca) wrote: Finally watched this movie!