Larry Burrows is unhappy and feels powerless over his life. He believes his entire life could have turned out differently had he not missed that shot in a baseball game when was a kid. One night he meets this mysterious man, who could change his fate by offering him that alternative life he always dreamed of. But as Burrows embarks on this journey of self discovery he realises that even this new life has its problems and drawbacks..
- Stars:James Belushi, Linda Hamilton, Michael Caine, Jon Lovitz, Hart Bochner, Bill McCutcheon, Rene Russo, Jay O. Sanders, Maury Chaykin, Pat Corley, Douglas Seale, Courteney Cox, Doug Barron, Jeff Weiss, Tony Longo,
- Director:James Orr,
- Writer:James Orr, Jim Cruickshank
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(it) wrote: Romantic comedy about a one night stand resulting in unplanned pregnancy and the beginning of a love relationship between a Manhattan business man and a Chicana artist. Somehow, Hayek and Perry save this rom com from being totally disastrous. Fools Rush In lacks class and even affords itself the luxury of being sluggish and predictable.
(it) wrote: best movie ever made!!! number 1
(ru) wrote: In the annuls of horror history, 1981 was the year that the werewolf movie grew up with two of the best entries into that sub-genre getting released and inspiring the creation of a make-up category at the Academy Awards. "Wolfen" also came out that year and was unjustly lumped in with the other two, even though it's completely unlike not only those two werewolf films but most other horror films as well. The creatures here aren't werewolves but actually wolves, and the Indian folklore indicates that they might even be shape shifters. Unfortunately, the film falters one time in the scene that really clarifies all that and really botches the explanation. I didn't know any more about their origins after that scene than I did in the ninety minutes that proceeded it, and that's frustrating but it really doesn't hinder your enjoyment of the film at all. First-time director Michael Wadleigh packs a lot of suspense and atmosphere into the scary moments, and the special effects are groundbreaking. They were impressive upon the film's initial release, and they remain so today. Like any horror films of the day, it puts an unusual amount of emphasis on storytelling, so today's audience might find it too slow for their tastes. I relished that change of pace. It's packed with great character actors, including Gregory Hines and Tom Noonan who are both terrific in supporting performances. They are unique characters in a very unique film, which is also greatly enhanced by touches of gallows humor that perfectly fit in with the tone of the picture. If you think you have "Wolfen" figured out by the first fifteen minutes, al I can say is think again. This is one movie that doesn't play all of its cards to soon.
(us) wrote: The movie is heavy with character development, and dialogue. Which I didn't mind; but, I can see where a few individuals will not like this in a psychological thriller. The first hour of the movie is really trying to set everything up. Which I believe it is a little long. However, after the first hour, that is when things really take a turn, and your eyes stay glued to the screen. The movie does a great job at setting up nail biting tension, something creepy with our main characters, and keeps you on the edge of your seat. Starts out a little slow, but that's what adds to the films tension. It does a good job of building up the suspense.It also has a great ending, and this is one of the best independent psychological thrillers I have seen in awhile. This film is available on Netflix at the moment, and I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the genre. Written by Nile Fortner
(mx) wrote: ok rom-com and version of this 3x told tale
(us) wrote: It may find an audience with those who can see it as darkly comedic but 13 Sins is ultimately too flawed and awkward for most movie goers.
(gb) wrote: I have seen it before I still love Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze~~~~~~
(es) wrote: I'm a big fan of Crow, and he did a good job here, as usual, but nothing that really jumped off the screen. The story itself is a bit challenging for the average viewer to gain a footing on, for it is removed and with most of the story in retrospect it is rather difficult to connect to. Bottom line, there is not a lot of emotional attachment for the viewer. Even the relationship between Ayshe and Connor is not one that could be consummated for the great cultural restrictions put on Muslims by their religion as well as the disdain by many for foreigners or infidels. The entire set up leaves the viewer removed and cold. That being said, the story itself does not have a lot of dynamic and seems rather implausible considering the cultural differences as well as the danger of war being two great obstacles that would be far more difficult to traverse outside of the fictional story that must get to its destination. The acting is well done all around and not an inhibitor to the story's forward movement. Overall an enjoyable film but not memorable or worth revisiting.
(ca) wrote: That one has some great performances from the cast. I really love Salma Hayek in that one, who's playing the smart cold heart woman who needs her husband to prove he loves her.
(es) wrote: Boring long story of America..