Nightclub entertainer Jean Clery discovers too late that the 'baby' he agreed to take care of is a wild, shapely sex kitten.
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David G (jp) wrote: It proves too much of the same thing can be exhausting and boring while also be consistently terrible each time.
Michael H (ag) wrote: Employment and unemployment, immigration, and assimilation in Sweden. Punctures the American fantasy about the easy life on the dole in Europe. Nermina Lukac delivers a great performance.
Thomas W (ag) wrote: Sunlight Jr. is a good movie ... period (but not an easy one to watch). This sentence is perhaps the easiest and most concise thing one can say to others about Sunlight Jr. when trying to find people willing to give the little, independent film a chance. While I have made it sound as if Sunlight Jr. is a carrier of the plague or something else as equally dreadful (Septic shock anyone?), that is obviously not the case although if Sunlight Jr. were about zombies it would be easier to find the film an audience as it is a bit of a downer. Naomi Watts (Mulholland Drive, King Kong) stars as Melissa, a hard-working and down-on-her-luck Florida woman so desperate for a job in today's economy that she allows herself to be misused and abused by a stingy boss who cares little about workplace safety and even less about regulations and labor laws. It is imperative Melissa keep her job at the Sunlight Jr. as her paraplegic boyfriend Richie (Matt Dillon - To Die For, Crash) is unable to find sustainable employment and it is her downright respectable income from the quickie mart (yep!) that keeps the loving couple in their humble home - a cheap, pay-by-the-week single-bed motel room that comes with a free hot plate AND an option of a premium micro-fridge upgrade! The film has been described as "a love story set in the ruins of the American dream"! There are too many Melissa's and Richie's in the world that people chose not to see anyway so audiences won't want to tune in to a bleak movie to be reminded of a rigged system. Something special here, though, is that the two don't give up ... perhaps because sunlight will always at least shine somewhere.
Sheridan P (gb) wrote: Standard. She is one odd looking chick.
Sanford R (fr) wrote: Something to watch for next Christmas I guess even though what I saw of it looked silly
Tom H (br) wrote: the plotline was interesting enough but i got fed up with too much poorly written dialogue, it just seemed to drag on and on. the lead actors did a good job with what they had to work with. im no expert but the customes and props all seemed accurate for the time period, so i will say that it looks like a high budget epic but lacks in good character building and structure. watch out for the scene where they tear a man apart with horses, ouch!
Michael H (au) wrote: One of those movies that is so bleeding awful, it's actually rather enjoyable!
Luis A H (de) wrote: Gleefully Silly, Over-the-Top and Pitch-Black Absurd, Excessively and Outrageously Gory, Dead Alive puts any Tarantino Flick to shame and its an undeniably fun gore fest that is not for the faint of heart.
Elgan D (mx) wrote: Cronenberg's early exploitative zombie picture is entertaining in part but isn't as inventive as his better body shockers.
Michael Y (ca) wrote: not a bad Charles Bronson movie. Interesting plot. Better than the "Death Wish" series of films that followed.
Chris B (kr) wrote: Another solid entry in the Zatoichi saga, Zatoichi and the Chess Expert is the 12th film and one of multiple crosses and secrets held by it's characters. Nobody is really who they seem and makes for a more entertaining and less predictive than others in the series. There is a lot that viewers of the previous films will find similiar here but the storyline is more fresh and as stated earlier, benefits from it's character's complexities and secrets.
Harim K (it) wrote: it's wonderful to get a russian take on the war, especially since the perspective is of someone young, simple and good at heart
Mark S (mx) wrote: Probably my least favourite of all the films I've so far seen by Elia Kazan. Notable for Jack Palance's screen debut and the fact that Kazan used some locals with limited acting experience for realism, the film has a strong theme (the attempt to prevent an epidemic of pneumonic plague) but is a bit too melodramatic and sort of loses its way amid the 'chase'.
Corey n (fr) wrote: This is a romantic comedy that stars Cary Grant and Betsy Drake. Baisc plot has Betsy Drake character looking for a perfect husband. She runs into Grant's character who is a pediatrician and a bachelor. She falls in love with him at first sight. But it takes some stalking, information gathering and trickery to get Grant's character to fall in love with her. A fun film. Grant is funny and great in his role as usual. Betsy Drake is very funny in this. In fact this is her first big role. She ended up meeting Cary Grant on a cruise before filming this picture. Grant was smitten with her and got her this role. They of course end up marrying later and also working on one more film together. The dialogue is a bit dated in this but expected for the time it was made. But overall this is a fun romantic comedy worth watching.
Ben F (au) wrote: No doubt it's asinine, and a real Steve Carrell headscratcher (even if he was in the first film, this one felt like moneygrubbing). The type of film you can leave on and it's decent for that. The dialogue is often unintentionally hilarious, particularly any lines the kids have.