A love triangle that highlights the frustration and anguish of three young Pakistani Punjabis whose lives are affected by decisions enforced on them by their elders. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Farah R (es) wrote: Imperium is a triumph in Daniel Radcliffe's post-Harry Potter career. The film exposes an entirely new side to Radcliffe's acting abilities that I'm sure will earn him better roles in the future. When it comes to the story though, it's frighteningly thought-provoking at times and aimless at others but overall it works just fine as an enjoyable thriller.
Joe T (jp) wrote: How many times do I have to see the boy running along the beach?
Mehran D (gb) wrote: thereis a wind of change in the indian movie style
Arnaud N (br) wrote: Brian Yuzna as himself: crappy horror movie, the actors play like shit, horror scenes not scary, and special effects awful...
Lindsay K (de) wrote: I had been wanting to see this movie ever since it came out on dvd. What was I thinking? There is NOTHING to like about these characters. and sadly, they are written to be liked. First of all, what normal teenage girl would fall for a guy like Albert Brooks at first sight? Do girls have the hots for men's clothing clerks or what? I think I missed that memo but yeah. and let's not start with the lame stereo types for LeeLee's "gothic" character. The only character/actor I liked was in it for about 5 minutes. The dialouge was pretty bad too. I didn't laugh once in the movie, I didn't cry, I didn't get excited. I don't even know why I wasted my time. Neither should you. Skip it.
Jake M (gb) wrote: A poor representation of the Looney Tunes and Michael Jordan, Space Jam is a horribly dated, unfunny, overly commercialized film. If only everyone can get past their nostalgia for this film and recognize how painfully terrible it is. It has bad acting, bad jokes, and a sexualized female bunny who isn't even a looney toon.
Lisa J (au) wrote: Graphic at times, but good.
Oliver E (fr) wrote: By far my favorite documentary.
Stephen M (au) wrote: Without giving too much away, "La Femme Infidle" is a murder story bookended by two phases of suspicion: a husband's (Michel Bouquet) questioning of his wife's fidelity, and the wife's (Stphane Audran) realisation that her husband may have committed a crime of passion. What makes the film so special is the novel concept of murder as a declaration of love, an act of savagery capable of bringing two people closer together rather than blasting them apart: extreme marriage therapy, if you will! The other thing that Chabrol does very well here is to deglamourise the act of murder itself, portraying it as an ugly, sordid business, fraught with complications. Curiously, this generally sombre film lightens considerably when events take a drastic turn, and a healthy dose of darkly comic Hitchcockian suspense is introduced. A brilliant little movie.
Sherry Z (kr) wrote: An uninspiring plot combined with stilted acting. Thought I was watching the 2012 version of Sinister
Jackie B (ca) wrote: Brilliant movie. L.A. Noir. References the infamous Black Dahlia murder. Duvall. De Niro. Charles Durning is brilliant in this and still kickin' it old style! Can any Angeleno resist this? Yow! The book is also good. The movie is at least as good...maybe more so.
Rune (mx) wrote: Descent classical american indie movie. A nice introduction to Kelly Reichardt(anno 1995).