Hugh Laurie (Sam) and Joely Richardson (Lucy) star as an irresistible couple who seem to have everything - good looks, successful careers, matching motorbikes and an enthusiastic love life. The only thing they lack is the one thing that they really want - a baby. Sam sets his sights on writing a successful screenplay, a comedy about a couple trying for a baby. The only problem is that Lucy is horrified at the idea and forbids him to do it. Creative fulfillment is too much for Sam to resist and meanwhile an increasingly hormonal Lucy is distracted by the attentions of the handsome Carl Phipps (James Purefoy). Sam and Lucy's love for one another, the most important thing they have, will now truly be put to the test ...
Maya M (fr) wrote: great movie and different than the norm
Maruf H (ag) wrote: Although the Crime Syndicate could have done with more even distribution of character development and power balance like their Justice League counterparts, the premise and sole final battle between Batman and Owlman is enough to sway the tides in a favorable direction. Frankly, it's becoming more and more evident that a Justice League movie is all about brawn without Batman, and only he can truly save the day, unlike The Avengers that actually requires every member to get the job done.
Reid V (ru) wrote: The Turin Horse offers all of the fun of burying your grandmother, without the comfort of having the rest of your family near. Bleak, full of mysterious beauty that is hard to put your finger on, and endlessly-bordering on obnoxiously-long. And once it is done one thing is for sure, you hope you never have to experience it again.
Christine C (us) wrote: lovely. Charming. Well done.
Fraser D (mx) wrote: Carlyle gives his best performance by a mile. I wish this had been a series and had been give more time to fully investigate and cover the events of Hitlers life and ultimately his death in 45.
Maarvelous H (jp) wrote: Magical! Each one of the characters on the film is an amazing artist. Most beautiful film i've seen in a while.
Lloyd W (au) wrote: Funny and silly. Underrated and judged too harshly, this film and the others in this series are not masterpieces but just plain out fun.
Jason M (ag) wrote: Truth be told, I was goofing off online while this was on, so I didn't really see it. Looked fun, though. Rubber monsters, fakey sets, Doug McClure.