Nathalie Granger

Nathalie Granger

With little or no embellishment, filmmaker Marguerite Duras offers a simple, often wordless chronicle of a woman's day. She and her friend are seen doing yard work, talking about their families and receiving the occasional visitor. The brightest spot in the day is when a washing machine salesman comes to call.

With little or no embellishment, filmmaker Marguerite Duras offers a simple, often wordless chronicle of a woman's day. She and her friend are seen doing yard work, talking about their families and receiving the occasional visitor. The brightest spot in the day is when a washing machine salesman comes to call. (AllMovie) . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ricardo A (br) wrote: An intense and pretty entertaining horror thriller. The Entity carries powerful scenes and a great performance by Hershey.

Ramn M (es) wrote: Enternecedora historia de amor...

Vaibhav M (jp) wrote: rgv grow up dude....wen r u going to stop makin movies

Heather N (es) wrote: Look, Granny, I am a pretty girl, ok? Big is beautiful. Haven't you heard? And for the record, I don't give a flying f*** or a rolling rimjob what you or anyone else thinks of me. You're dismissed.

Rorshach S (mx) wrote: Inconsistent and a bit preachy, but ultimately sweet and well-intentioned.

bill s (ca) wrote: Like most things 80's,this film is dated,long forgotten and wistfully overrated.

Andy W (br) wrote: I wanted very much to like Blood Beach but upon watching the movie, there?s no denying that it is a terrible film. It?s about as bad as an old episode of ?In the Heat of the Night? except ?Blood Beach? is slightly more difficult to follow. The movie starts off with a woman being sucked into the sand while on the beach. This happens a few times throughout the film and that is all the action and horror we get. That and I guess there?s that scene where some rapist gets his penis bitten off by a sandworm. Trust me on this though, that scene is not nearly as cool as you would think it would be. A little ways into the movie the town figures out what?s going on and begins trying to find the creatures beneath the sand. That is most of the movie: the town looking for the sandworms. They can?t find them and neither can I. There?s only about a minute and a half of actual sandworms. The rest of the movie involves some weird romance side story. Some affairs or something between the characters that, are almost undistinguishable between one another. I think there?s a sex scene or two but I can?t tell as these scenes, and some of the other scenes in the movie, were nothing more than dimly lit shapes moving around. This film?s only redeeming qualities are that it has something to do with sandworms, and John Saxon (?A Nightmare on Elm Street?) who gives the only good acting performance in the movie. ?Blood Beach? is out of print. It took me some time to track down. I had high hopes for the dark purple Media VHS tape. It was a beach horror movie, from 1980, about sandworms. It has one of the best titles I?ve ever heard and the poster artwork looks pretty damn good too. But this movie just isn?t even much of a movie. Yeah, this movie is a bad. The worst part though isn?t that?s it?s bad; it?s that it could have been a truly great movie. In theory it has a lot of potential but to say that it was poorly executed would be an understatement. To anyone who hasn?t seen this movie, don?t waste your time. It?s not a matter of my opinion. I really just cannot see how anyone would ever actually like ?blood Beach?.

Vadim D (de) wrote: A campy, fun watch...even now.

John C (ag) wrote: Worth a lot more credit than it got--even for those who aren't into country, "Pure Country" is a touching story of a tired musician seeking a change of scenery, George Strait shines in his prime. A childhood favorite of mine that makes me appreciate country for what it is.

Robbie V (ag) wrote: Formulaic and unoriginal but funny nevertheless.

R Anthony S (ru) wrote: I didn't resent the time spent watching it. Rickman needed a bigger part, though.