Method

Method

The line between fantasy and reality blurs when an actress begins behaving like the 19th-century murderer she is playing.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   widow,   fire,  

A celebrity actress who gets her dream role playing real-life 19th century serial killer Belle Gunness in a feature film, starts to take on the characteristics of the character both on-screen and off. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Johnson C (de) wrote: Hm..... not as tight packed as Vulgaria. But still "cheap".......

Juliane (nl) wrote: A hideous film that I should have stopped after the first absurd scene. Two pathetic English people, who are celebrating 30 years of marriage, decide to take the Eurostar to Paris. The man is passive, pathetic, and desperate for sex with his wife, who is a loathsome bitch to him. The first action she takes is to walk out of the hotel they've reserved and hail a cab, not even waiting for her husband to join her. She then pays the cabbie most, if not all, of their cash, to go on an impulsive and expensive tour of central Paris. She sees a hotel that she likes the look of and exits the cab as if she is a queen of some unknown country, only to find out that, surprise! there are no rooms available in the hotel! And people wonder why Parisians dread English tourists! An American would know better than doing this.Unfortunately for the viewer, a suite is somehow freed up and offered to the forlorn couple, and instead of asking what it will cost, they throw a credit card at the front desk and tramp up the stairs to the huge and obviously expensive suite, where the bitch-woman immediately starts rummaging through the mini-fridge. Does she know that moving anything inside the fridge results in a charge? If so, she doesn't seem troubled. After drinking champagne on the balcony, this pathetic pair go wandering the streets of Paris looking for restaurants to scam. I think they paid for their first meal, but they eat at a fancy seafood restaurant and then do a runner on the check, like the low-lifes they are.What I found most troubling and simply awful about this movie was the way the Meg character treated her starved-for-sex husband. She teased him twice and rejected him over and over again, even when he humiliated himself and begged. I found it sickening and unnecessary to see her taunting him, yet getting up on her high horse when he accused her of having an affair. OK, I'll be honest, I literally HATED this character and wished that Nick would have gone home on the train, packed his bags and left to find love elsewhere. By the end of the movie, Meg and Nick have also charged a lot of clothing, and Nick has been vandalizing the suite by gluing things to the wall. Their credit card runs past its limit and they are evicted from the room by the hotel, who holds their passports until such time as they pay for the damages, but Meg stalks out, indignant that someone should demand that she pay. In the real world, they probably would have been held by security and arrested, but they manage to leave the hotel and try to get hold of Nick's friend, presumably so he can bail them out. The movie ends with all 3 characters dancing in a cafe' as if they haven't a care in the world. I wish I had never seen this movie.

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Tomas M (jp) wrote: Should be titled "A Year of Boring" !

Sean C (de) wrote: This will be a love it or hate type of movie lol. Although I say that right after I give it a 7/10 which is not exactly loving it but I still stick to what I said lol. If you are not a fan of crude humor stay far away from this movie as it has it throughout. Many times I found myself half laughing and half saying WTF? at the same time. It also is really hard to give any movie with Natalie Portman a rotten tomato. Natalie is the ultimate triple threat of gorgeous, smart and a great actress so she immediately improves any movie she is in. I also am partial to adventure movies so it had that going for it. I enjoyed the humor probably more than I would like to admit but I did think the Minotaur trophy (you will know what I mean when you see it) was when the humor sort of jumped the shark. This was a true guilty pleasure for me. I would recommend checking out a matinee or at night if enjoy Pineapple Express type humor or just rent it when it hits DVD and Blu-Ray.

Olly H (ca) wrote: lsst einen immer wieder voller unglauben den kopf schtteln..egal wie oft man diese doku schon gesehen hat

Kasey D (es) wrote: The only reason this is even getting a star is because the acting was good. The movie dragged on and after twenty minutes, I skipped to the end, where I found tragedy. Watching this is a waste of time.

Felipe D (kr) wrote: Clive Owen was overacted, Angelina is ok

Nick P (it) wrote: I downloaded this app just so I can give this masterpiece the 5 stars if deserves.

Chrisanne S (jp) wrote: Good, predictable college fun. I love watching Allyson and Lawford together. Her frank American-girlishness balanced out his suave British-ness.

Devon B (fr) wrote: Breaker, Breaker is the touching story of the love two brothers share for each other, and the lengths one will go through in order to see... ehhhh, who am I fooling? This is a movie soley about Chuck Norris kicking in teeth. He's a truck driver you see, though not just a truck driver. He also is champion arm wrestler, karate fighter, and meditation instructor (known for wearing gold lame collars). His younger brother is also a truck driver (though he looks about 16), and one day he foolishly wanders into a town full of wanton corruption. When he tries to fight back, he winds up missing, and it's up to Chuck to get him back (sounds more serious than it is). The town, a location that looks eerily like an old west studio lot the Brady Bunch once visited, seems to specialize in dirt, because every single resident to a tee is covered in the stuff. As soon as Chuck gets there, he immediately tries to acclimate himself by rolling around in the dirt and dust (allegedly in an attempt to be "sneaky") as a means, I suppose of tricking the townsfolk he's just one of them. It doesnt' really work, except with a cute mama and her kid (who later in the movie will be fondled by the town's drunken judge). At this point, Chuck Norris beats up all the menfolk of the town (while all the ladies watch on, dreamily), and it's as funny as it sounds. Chuck though, shows no emotion as he throws kicks left and right. One thing that bothered me about this movie though, is how the cops threw up speed traps in a town that didn't seem to have any actual roads (though Chuck still manages somehow to drive his bad-assed van with the eagle's head painted on the side everywhere, seemingly incognito). The town's judge is probably the most interesting and over-the-top character: he's a cross between Boss Hogg and a creepy version of Brando's character in "Apocalypse Now". When he's not groping little boys, he's teaching crazy doll ladies to play chess. Also, when Chuck Norris gets shot in the stomach, it doesn't slow him down so much as mildly annoy him. In the end (SPOILER ALERT!), the truckers ride into town and RUN OVER THE ENTIRE TOWN IN THEIR BIG RIGS.**** for the laugh value, * for the film-making quality

Takin B (nl) wrote: filme extremamente triste, Vittorio De Sicca :(

Tatsuhito K (mx) wrote: Watching this film back-to-back with the first one, I realized that "Dead Man's Chest" is a better and more entertaining film than the original. It is visually spectacular and exciting from start to finish, and although it is just as convoluted and contrived and overly long as the first film, I have to say I was consistently engaged in the story. While the first film took forever for us audiences to learn where it was heading, this film hits the ground running. Johnny Depp is the best part of this film (and the franchise, really), but I also enjoyed Bill Nighy as Davy Jones and Tom Hollander (very underrated) as Cutler Beckett. It's really good fun.

Gabriel O (de) wrote: Cold (but not cool) indifferent episode I from a new franchise. I expect a lot from its second part. Anyway, even though I've got the point that this film is just a preparation, and even though I do understand they have deliberately opened all the mysteries for a huge fan-blowing purpose in the future, i'm still not convinced about this film as an individual piece. Entertaining. Interesting. Better tone than Raimi's version, but poorer. Not even Morlun (yes, it WAS Morlun) cameo after the credits fixed it. After watching this film I had the feeling that I had seen a plotless trailer. Anyway, it was exciting to see the new realistic atmosphere, and Garfield is a hundred times better than McGuire.