Three young boys pool their money and pay V, a kindhearted prostitute, to strip for them. Afterward, she drives them home to the suburbs -- but then her car breaks down. It's just as well, though, because a mobster named Waltzer is after her, and V realizes the suburbs are the perfect place to hide. But things get a lot more complicated when V falls in love with Tom, a single father who is unaware of her real profession.
- Category:Romance, Comedy
- Stars:Melanie Griffith, Ed Harris, Michael Patrick Carter, Malcolm McDowell, Anne Heche, Casey Siemaszko, Philip Bosco, Brian Christopher, Adam LaVorgna, Kevin Scannell, Jessica Wesson, Amanda Sharkey, Margaret Nagle, Katie Powell, Tom Coop,
- Director:Richard Benjamin,
- Writer:John Mattson
Young Frank Wheeler and two other young boys pool their money and pay V, a kindhearted prostitute, to strip for them Soon she is living in Frank's treehouse, unbeknownst to Frank's widowed father Tom, who thinks she is one of Frank's teachers. Soon, however, the evil Waltzer comes looking for V. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: A haunting, dreamlike and disturbing creation, Code Blue? tells the story of Marian (brilliant Bien de Moor), a middle aged nurse who leads a quiet life of solitude. That solitude hides acts and desires that dominate Marian(TM)s consciousness. In her workplace she wanders the dreamlike hallways of a hospital ward for the terminally ill. When no one is watching she poisons the dying and the old in an act resembling euthanasia that also carries a sensual dimension. Off work Marian wallops in erotic frustration, her masochistic fantasies filled with scenes of extreme sexual violence and uncontrolled longing. Most of the movie is without dialog, following Marian in her private moments. Surprisingly for a story of this type, Marian does form a surprisingly natural bond with an elderly neighbor, allowing for some normal? scenes that offer relief to the viewer. But at the same time she gets noticed by a quiet young man who senses that their desires are compatible. The two loners begin a dance of the sadist and the masochist, and this is not a dress-up or role play. They are in every situation as themselves, celebrating genuine loathing, dominance and nihilistic carnality. The film closely resembles Michael Haneke(TM)s powerful The Piano Teacher? in many ways, and I dare say it reaches the impact of that by now classic tale about otherness and the most deeply hidden aspects of sexuality. What Code Blue? adds to the mix is a strongly stylized visual expression that combines Haneke with David Lynch and Lars Von Trier. The viewer can never know what is actually happening and what is imagined as the storytelling moves through the layers of Marian(TM)s subconscious. In the end Code Blue? feels ever so slightly aimless, but manages to communicate something truly revealing, disturbing and effective. Even in all her senselessness Marian is extremely relatable, and director Urzula Antoniak achieves a rare union of sickening and sensual in visual storytelling. This one will not be forgotten.
(ca) wrote: I was watching it during my flight and it was so funny that if I was at home,I would have laughed very loudly but not when people were sleeping haha
(ag) wrote: Amazingly powerful film
(it) wrote: Well the trailer for "The Last Tycoon" caught my attention. It was being produced by Andy Lau and pairing up legends Chow-Yun Fat and Sammo Hung both actors that I like seeing. To bad the film doesn't bother to do anything great with the talent given to them. Set in Shanghais Gangster era of the early 1900s, THE LAST TYCOON tells the tale of CHENG (Chow Yun-Fat), a young man who is set up by the chief of police (Sammo Hung) and must leave the life he knows and QIU (Monica Mok), the woman he loves, to start again. After escaping prison CHENG quickly and violently moves his way up the ladder of Shanghais criminal underworld to become on the most powerful mob bosses in Shanghais history. But fame and notoriety take their toll when CHENG finds himself stuck between the looming Japanese army and the scheming local secret service. Matters are only made worse when he bumps into the love of his life QIU, along with her writer husband. Will love re-kindle in the dusk of an era?The film plot is cliche, a bit to melodramatic, and the romance is not focus enough to care about. The film tries to say something significant about a historical event, but fails at it. Not enough to context is given to know exactly what that is. The film feels like it's directed by Michael Bay. More emphases on explosion over telling a storytelling. The staging for the shootouts can be lazy. There's a shootout in a church where two of our heroes kill around 40 baddies without taking cover once. I will disbelief logic in a action movie, but that's pushing it too much when our heroes walk in the line of fire without anything touching them. No action scenes can't be enjoy. To many times the camera is too close to tell what's going on, frequent jump cut that make you feel your life is flashing before you eyes, and heavy on the slow motions for padding. The music is okay, but makes things feel cheesy and corny during the romance scenes. The only good is the acting and production design. It's unfortunate that Chow Yun-Fat and Sammo Hung are not in enough scenes together and when they are they are very short scenes.The Last Tycoon feels like a miss opportunity given it's huge budget, talented cast, and interesting enough premise. Everything falls apart thank to the director taking ques from Michael Bay focusing a huge chuck of that budget in meaningless explosions and big spectacles sacrificing any substance that would justify it.
(jp) wrote: It's a struggle to come up with more than "Fuck this movie." If there's a more nonsensical, less funny movie, I can't think of it. Not even Vincent Price is an asset here.
(jp) wrote: Encore une fois, on ne respecte pas trs bien les mythes grecs dans cette tentative de recrer la vie d'Hercule. Dans ce film, le hros a comme ennemi sa propre mre Alcmne qui se veut une prtresse d'Hra et Zeus ne serait que l'affreux ennemi de celle-ci. L'acteur principal est peut-tre mignon et muscl, mais il ne nous touche aucunement par son jeu. En fait, seule la scne d'Alcmne et de Mgara est intressante. Bref, on s'loigne du mythe pour en crer un nouveau, comme Hollywood sait si bien le faire... Effets spciaux dcevants tout comme le film. Amateurs de mythologie grecque s'abstenir; pour les autres, vous de juger.
(jp) wrote: Shaun of the Dead is Edgar Wright's first entry into his highly acclaimed "Cornetto Trilogy". Shaun of the Dead stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost as well as Bill Nighy, Lucy David and Kate Ashfield. The performances from Pegg and Frost could solely drive the film based off of their chemistry and humour, but the editing of the film is where a lot of the real comedy is seen. Wright has such a unique way of approaching filmmaking such as quick edits, and emphasizing the boring actions characters are performing through the film. This movie is a masterpiece, whether it be the subtle one liners or the quick edits or just the interaction between characters and seeing their body language and facial reactions to some of the things being said/seen. Shaun of the Dead is a beautiful, comedic, and amazingly written film and shows why Edgar Wright is one of the best working directors today.