Mrs. Amworth

Mrs. Amworth

Everyone is dying to meet their beautiful new neighbor. But soon after the mysterious young widow moves into the quiet, little town of Wilton, people start to die in bizarre and gruesome ways. Following the trail of blood leads the local paper editor and town's physician towards the lovely, lusty Claire Amworth. But her spell has cast its shadow over a photographer named Jed who will stop at nothing to defend her. Now the pair must find a way to rid the town of its most beloved resident.

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John S (ru) wrote: This, without a doubt, will be the toughest watch in recent memory.Terrible stand up comedians have their place, and can offer entertainment value in some form or another. Enter Greg Turkington, who as his alter ego Neil Hamburger has been mastering the craft of truly unremarkable, offensive, deplorable, mundane stand-up comedy, for decades. It is a disconcerning experience, watching an uncomfortable, struggling bomb go off on stage. There is heckling, there is groaning, there is long awkward silences, there is confusion, there is laughter, and sometimes, there is mayhem. Neil Hamburger is not for everyone. The act is a performance art piece, that relies heavily on crowd response, whether it be indifference, warmth or explosive hatred.It is a tough act to pull off on the big screen.Instead of documenting this bizarre phenomena, "Entertainment" uses the Neil Hamburger experience as the centerpiece in a hazy, dreamy, mind and road trip that mixes equal parts Antonioni and Lynch. Filmed super wide, it revels in deserted expanses, adding extra bleak factor to the snail paced non-action. It just feels weird.Shit happens, but seems irrelevant to any story line. John C. Reilly and Michael Cera pop in for oddball cameos, but leave no marks. Hamburger (unnamed for some reason) trudges across wasteland deserted towns to perform before indifferent crowds, with predictable results. Much time is spent on the between gig down times.Is this a joke? Is this art? Is this a movie? Is there anything to "get"?What it is, is a truly unsettling and painful experience for everyone involved, especially you.That may be the point.- hipCRANK

David A (gb) wrote: Extremely quirky, and Taratino-esque. Seems to be preaching about the evils of alcohol but it all looked pretty cool for most of the film!

Barry L (us) wrote: Harrison Ford as a way too busy for his family businessman whose life is turned upside down when he suffers brain trauma. Nothing like a good ole head thump to make him realize how out of control his life is but don't worry; by the end his wife loves him and his daughter forgives him. Awwwwh!

CharlesLouis T (ag) wrote: Quand mme pas mal moins bon que dans mon souvenir... C'est en fait une comdie lgre la sauce Star Trek. Le rythme est bon, le cast est bien utilis, mais au final c'est assez absurde l'histoire des baleines bosses...

Mike B (es) wrote: A classic film with a great cast.

Ian G (au) wrote: Great cast, super story and well acted. Only dodgy parts are the speeded up driving scenes, however the rest is so good this is easily forgiven.

Jeremiah L (us) wrote: Robeson makes this essential. His ending monologues are so good.

Dinesh P (mx) wrote: Tacky special effects kill the film. The film has too less budget to make a interesting film. do not watch it.

Erika D (kr) wrote: I finished reading the book today and then I watched the film. I felt like the pacing reminded me of the book quite a lot. Of course several things were left out. It seemed as if they made things even more outrageous for the movie in some cases. Yet, I found Dean's character to be played down. I was surprised that almost all of the female characters were played by big stars. A decent adaptation, but I'm not sure that this book should ever have been a film.