Mother of Tears
Part three of the "Three Mothers" trilogy which takes place in Rome and has to do with Mater Lachrymarum (The Third Mother).
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Acha S (us) wrote: I was really impressed by Ha Jung-Woo's acting. A really well written and directed thriller. Kept me on my toes from the first 5 minutes...strongly rec' it
Scott M (mx) wrote: Entertaining in some parts. Offensive in others.
Julien B (es) wrote: Srie Z nipponne. Les souffres douleurs des bahuts n'ont plus d'humiliations subir. L'agent Asamiya mate leurs bourreaux coups de yo-yo !
Mayank F (ca) wrote: i was too bored to focus............
Tina B (nl) wrote: Inspirational and amazing!
Alfonso L (mx) wrote: "The thought of you cheating on me, makes me crazy jealous... and jealously makes me a lust maniac." This is way beyond soft porn.. It's a completely out of ordinary conception of "socio-sexual" intercourse in a relationship. Good job Mr. Brass!! I must say there are some details I didn't like such as that horrible musical selection and some sequences on the visual composition. But they are minor details compared to the escence of the piece. There is a very interesting essay Mexican writer Octavio Paz has about the similarity between the face and the butt that goes very good with Tinto Brass arguments, has anybody else knows about it??
Laura M (es) wrote: It took a while to get to the event in the description, but the movie was decent and had a nice ending. I liked it. Although since it took until about the last 40 minutes in the movie to get to the meat of the story, the event seemed out of place and unnecessary to the story in a way.
Justin Y (mx) wrote: Long time since I seen this one...
JH K (kr) wrote: Una pelicula, bueno, aceptable, aunque notoriamente mal actuada y demasiado exagerada.
Frances H (fr) wrote: Moderately funny film that is worth the time if only for John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd's performances. What I found to be so hypocritical when I read about this film in Wikipedia, was that John Wayne refused to be in it because, as he told Spielberg, the script was "unpatriotic." Coming from Wayne, that's rich. Although he was perfectly fit, he didn't sign up, because he had just started to get bigger roles and was afraid that the pause in big career would set him back. Clark Gable, who was 6 years older, went and was a combat pilot, as did Jimmy Stewart, who was originally classified 4F for not weighing enough for his height, but he did strength training to qualify, was also a combat pilot and eventually rose to be a Brigadier General. Wayne stayed home to make his millions eventually in his career, ironically making "patriotic" movies that gave him an image to which he would never personally live up. Even more ironic is the way men in the armed forces here have always looked up to a man that they are probably unaware never had the courage to go into combat himself.
Orlok W (gb) wrote: 'Thieves Like Us' was Altman's second major period piece and he gets the details just right. From the cars to the clothing to the ubiquitous Coca-Cola bottles... Instead of a typical soundtrack, Altman uses vintage radio programs to underscore the action (crime dramas during robberies, "Romeo and Juliet" during a love scene). It's a brilliant gamble that pays off and takes the film to a whole new level--Achingly ordinary...an asset for the subject, if not for the movie itself... It's a Coca-Cola world!!
James R (ru) wrote: A sort of modern sequel to The Converstation (1974), Enemy of the State is a bit dated (since technology far surpasses what is shown in the film), but still has a lot of good ideas in it. Robert Dean (Will Smith) is an attorney that gets caught up in a scandal that involved the murder of a US Senator. While Christmas shopping he runs into an old friend named Daniel Zavitz (Jason Lee). Daniel is running away from federal agents because he has video proof of a US Senator being murdered. He drops the tape in Roberts bag and is shortly killed after. Roberts life is tipped upside down. His bank accounts are frozen, his wife believes he's having an affair, and his house is broken into. His only option is finding a man named Brill (Gene Hackman) a super paranoid ex-surveillance man who can help Robert get his life back. Overall, the film is a very entertaining one. It has a lot of moments of cool action sequences, but has some really nice performances from Smith and Hackman (even though he's not in it that long). Overall, it took me quite some time to get to this, but it's a very good one to check out!
Ben T (us) wrote: Number one or two on my list of least favorite animated films. This one is really boring, forgettable, and lacks a certain flo. This movie litterally gave me a headache while I was watching it