A recently orphaned millionairess, Olivia, really hates her scheming step-father. Olivia finds love with a young yacht racing captain, Tim, who isn't completely truthful with her. When the two run into a problem the local cop, who happens to be an old friend of Olivia's, seems to be turning a blind eye to incriminating evidence.
- Stars:Rob Lowe, Meg Tilly, Kim Cattrall, Doug Savant, John Glover, Dana Delany, Erik Holland, Brian Davies, Barton Heyman, Bernie McInerney, Bill Lopatto, Pirie MacDonald, Maeve McGuire, Ira Wheeler, Timothy Landfield,
- Director:Bob Swaim,
- Writer:Dick Wolf
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(mx) wrote: Genuinely one of the weirdest things I've ever sat through. None of the shorts were particularly scary or interesting. The stand-out ones were those that were the weird, funny, or obnoxious ones.The best thing, I think, to come out of this was Lee Hardcastle's "Ghost Burger" series - a spinoff of his "T is for Toilet" submission, which is far more interesting than most of what ABC's of Death has to offer.
(mx) wrote: The slow pace and wooden acting made me feel like I was watching a forest grow.
(mx) wrote: Good movie. Anyone who says otherwise more than likely gave twilight new moon stupid movies good reveiws.
(br) wrote: This movie is highly predictable but I laughed so hard at certain scenes. Lanie is the real reason to see this movie!
(ca) wrote: This is a very intelligent and mature romantic comedy. One that could've, potentially, been pretentious but thankfully there's no pretense here at all, and if there is there is very little of it. The film is a mature look at an adult relationship. None of that Hollywood bullshit here. And I think the film is better for it quite frankly, it's rare to find such intelligent and mature romantic comedies out there and this one fits that mold, while still breaking away from it if that makes sense. The film is carried by Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg and their excellent chemistry with each other. They really are tremendous because you, right from the very beginning, can tell that they're really not right for each other yet there's something attracting them to each other which you also can't deny. I think doing this is actually harder than it sounds. Of course the events surrounding these characters help add a lot of context since pretty much everything that happens helps drive them apart to the point where they realize that they don't know anything about each other and the film climaxes with them airing out their problems and letting their insecurities out. So while the movie does really entertain, it is a pretty damn funny movie too actually. The comedy is drawn from the dialogue not the situations, so if you're used to that then you won't enjoy this film. Granted the situations do lead to a lot of funny lines so it's the best of both worlds really. The movie does start to drag a bit nearing the end, but overall it's nothing all that annoying. Most movies suffer through this. Other than that, if you're used to Hollywood romcoms then this movie isn't going to be to your liking, but if you're looking for an intelligent and well-thought out screen romance, then this is a good choice as it's good great chemistry between its leads and some really good comedy, so I'd wholeheartedly recommend this film.
(it) wrote: Intriquing movie which keeps you on your toes wondering how all the pieces will fit together. Different from any other movie I've ever seen.
(us) wrote: Interesting doc about a group of artists in the '90s.
(jp) wrote: Very hands off quitly powerful documentary. actually reunites prisoners and the pitiful number of survivors with their jailers. The film presumes you knwo the context of S21 and if you do not you should investigate it fully before watching it. I like the fact that it is not spoonfeeding the audience in that way. the scenes where the guards act out thier brutal daily routine in a empty room is chilling to the core. Hark the banality of moral cowerdice
(au) wrote: This is a fun action movie that has a very different mould to the first two films. Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson form a great buddy cop partnership and Jeremy Irons is more than interesting as the hero. Obviously it doesn't live up to the original die hard but what does?
(us) wrote: Review:The beginning of of this movie was reasonably funny, when the guys around the table was chatting about Danny Rose and his weird clients, but it goes downhill when Allen comes into play. The movie is about Allen protecting his one important client, who is a singer/comedian who can only work properly if he has his mistress in his life, but when she finds out about his womanising, Allen tries his best to get them back together so he can go back to work. I didn't really find this movie that funny, but is was good to see that Mia Farrow can play a different type of role. Woody Allen is playing his usual million words per minute type of role but the film isn't based on troubled relationships like most of his other projects. Don't get me wrong, he does have to sort out his clients troubled relationship through most of the movie, but there are other aspects to the film which take over that aspect. Personally, I didn't find the film that interesting, but it's better than some Woody Allen movies that I have seen. Average!Round-Up:This movie wasn't badly written but I just couldn't get into the scenes with Allen and Farrow. The whole mafia concept could have come into play a bit more and I would have liked to see some more scenes with his weird clients, who made me laugh at the beginning of the film, but it's obvious that Allen just wanted to concentrate on his relationship with Farrow. As I hadn't heard anything about the movie before, I wasn't totally disappointed, but it's not the type of film that I would be watching again anytime soon.Budget: $8millionWorldwide Gross: $10.6millionI recommend this movie to people who are into there Woody Allen movies about an entertainment agent who tries to sort out his one important clients love life so he can work properly. 3/10
(fr) wrote: Well, I've been trying hard to break into classic british cinema and I can't think of anything finer than the Dam Busters (which is to be remade by producer Peter Jackson soon). The script is a little dry for my liking, making the acting stiff but I guess this was how it was back then. With that aside, the film is clearly separated into two parts. The invention of the 'bouncing bomb' (a clear example of british inventiveness - none better in the world) makes up the first half then the invention being put to use against the germans in the second half. Whilst a little tedious in sections and a rather, now, humourous death sequence to the dog nigger with stiff upper lip remorse from his owner gibson, it does manage to keep the tension and does show the process of what everyone involved in the operation had to do. The remake will obviously change a few things to appeal to a modern audience but hopefully with Jackson on board he won't americanise it. This is the story of great british power and should remain this way. See this if you want to salute the main theme tune and see how the british overcomed a seemingly impossible task.
(jp) wrote: Intense drama of a man on the run who slowly crumbles while waiting to escape from the desperate situation he has created for himself. This tense noir was the end of the line for John Garfield who because of unjust hounding by HUAC and the dasterdly Joseph McCarthy died shortly after from a heart attack brought on by the stress. He is exceptional as always supported by three other strong perfomers, Wallace Ford, Shelley Winters and fellow blacklist victim Selena Royle.
(es) wrote: While it was nice to see an animated Batman feature film in a time before the Warner Direct animated flick (more so due to the return of the Kids WB style animation), but movie comes off as nothing more then an extended episode of the animated series.
(es) wrote: Whoa doggy, Hell Comes To Frogtown is an incredibly silly Corman produced post-apocalypser featuring the acting titans Rowdy Roddy Piper and Sandahl Bergman...you know that sounds too mean spirited--these guys are kinda perfect for this flick and deliver some beautifully strange over-the-top dialog involving Frogmen and the inseminating female force known as Med Tech. Most of the budget is stuffed into the six or seven amphibian costumes on set, but it's totally worth it to see these monsters chainsaw attacking Piper and his damsels. And who doesn't love a villainous William Smith? VF.
(au) wrote: Rotten Tomatoes is absolutely the WORST Site for ratings of anything offered,If you want to see a good rating on a movie decide on the opposite of what all these so called "Critics" evaluate on movies. If there are no gun scences, sex, or violence it is a bad movie to these so called experts. This is a great family movie that I loved and Morgan Freeman is the best actor Hollywood has to offer, If you want to see the Seedy part of life and walk away depressed than go watch Your Wolf of Wall Street type movies that get the 4 and 5 Star ratings.