My Week with Marilyn

My Week with Marilyn

Sir Laurence Olivier is making a movie in London. Young Colin Clark, an eager film student, wants to be involved and he navigates himself a job on the set. When film star Marilyn Monroe arrives for the start of shooting, all of London is excited to see the blonde bombshell, while Olivier is struggling to meet her many demands and acting ineptness, and Colin is intrigued by her. Colin's intrigue is met when Marilyn invites him into her inner world where she struggles with her fame, her beauty and her desire to be a great actress.

In 1956 England, Colin Clark lands a job as a production assistant on the set of "The Prince and the Showgirl," starring Marilyn Monroe and documents the tense interaction between Olivier and Marilyn Monroe during the production of the show. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Diego Martn (jp) wrote: podria estar mejor la peli,no estrenada en argentina!

Jess B (ag) wrote: A minor improvement / adjustment to the usual diarrhea they throw together.Just cuz you see Kimbo on the display front and center, dont think it stars him! He only has 2 scenes and the later is laughably stupid.Its still the same old smack ( an old favorite fighter is forced to step back into the cage and compete for what he loves ) but this time they got a new guy in the lead role. Hes a much better but still no where near a Mickie Rourke or Sly Stallone.Of corse they managed to include a heaping helping of overtly foul language and gratuitous sex scenes just for the hell of it. Again we have an actual fighter playing the main villian, well at least he used to be a fighter. talking about Heath Herring whose gone from the likeable tough guy from the first film, to the hateful beast of a man in ths role. Oh look they even managed to throw Frank Mir in their so he could get beat up for a few minuets on camera. Way to go Frank, man that was a horribly mediocre and random fight scene. Perfect for this film!The whole movie is overlayed in this heavy metal / rock music that gives it this trashy vibe and puts you in a dazed trance of scattered thoughts and emotions. Horrible. Even with the help of Dean Cain ( in a wheel chair no less ) the acting just fails over & over. Can hardly stand to watch and listen to all this hard headed, ego -centric, brawn before brains, im bigger and better than you crap.

Axl Suman R (gb) wrote: A good movie which touches your heart. Vinay Pathak's great performance and some scenes like where he proposes to his childhood love are wonderfully crafted where even without saying anything a whole lot is said. Though the concept of the story isn't new and its a copy of The Bucket List the movie doesn't fail to take you for a pleasant ride through the joys and sorrows of a dying man's last few days. At the end of the movie as the credits roll you don't feel sad... instead you feel happy. A must watch for all.

Jen T (au) wrote: Did nobody tell the director o.d. and bleeding nose are not funny anymore, especially coupled with a cheap bunny outfit? I tried so very hard to laugh at it and with it and failed. Ultimately it's a very depressing film. Maybe the joke is in itself trying to be a comedy? In that case ha ha.

Antti V (au) wrote: Steven Seagal even looks like the later day Elvis he is...

Carol H (ag) wrote: One of my favorite Barbie movies. I love the songs, the characters, and the plot. I wish the Barbie movies would go back to being sweet and timeless instead of flashy and superficial.

Russell S (gb) wrote: Longer than it needs to be and uses a few too many cheap jump scares to fill time. It's not a great movie but it's by no means a bad one. Certainly worth watching once.

Augusto A (ru) wrote: That awesome typical korean dark sense of humor. Choi Min-Sik and Song Kang-Ho in the same movie. Kim Ji-Woon behind the camera. The Stray Cats and The Partridge Family on the soundtrack of a korean film. If that's not enough to recommend this movie to anyone, I don't know what is. Still, the pace and structure could use a little tightening up, as the movie feels longer than it is and the jokes get tired after a while. That's understandable though, since it's Ji-Woon's first feature film. I'm sure there's an underlying theme related to korean politics here, although my lack of info on the subject keeps me from grasping it completely, specially the meaning behind the dog and the open ending (if there is one). That doesn't mean any background info is needed to enjoy the movie on a more superficial level and that's a very good thing, in my opinion. It's hard to explain, but the family feels like one single character, even if each one of them has a different personality and their own unique traits. They're all great characters on their own, but they function on a different level when they're together. I'm glad I watched this before Takashi Miike's The Happiness Of The Katakuris, since I wasn't even aware the japanese movie was a remake of this one.

David L (ru) wrote: It lacks in voice cast, cohesion and character development, but Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland is a bit underrated film with itshigh spirited adventure and enjoyable "Alice in Wonderland meets The Black Cauldron" plot.

Paul C (jp) wrote: Horrible acting. The story was really stupid and not very entertaining. The movie was pretty short. The scarecrows were not that scary. The only cool part was when Jack became a scarecrow. He looked pretty cool. But her was not there long.

Steve G (jp) wrote: Another Dennis Miller recommendation.

Miguel R (es) wrote: I Am Number Four is a decent movie that's far from memorable, but has some great visual effects

Grant H (au) wrote: Awesome movie. Writer/director James Gunn crafts a thrilling, hilarious, disturbing sci-fi/horror/comedy that blends everything so well, including great visual effects, a wonderful script, and great performances from its cast, especially Fillion, Banks and Rooker.

Bangers E (de) wrote: It's not terrible. Strong performances, but the story is more like a collection of sound bites with no real dramatic push. You can't deny the music however.