Never Travel on a One Way Ticket

Never Travel on a One Way Ticket

A hardboiled story that takes place in a far future when most things are over. What’s left is greed, cruelty, sexuality, fire and a tad of poetry.

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Adam H (it) wrote: cool title. crappy movie. and hey, what the hell is up with a movie's subtitlers not subtitling certain pieces of a movie that are probably really important (i.e. a movie being shown within a movie, or during the end credits when action is still going on onscreen.) urgh. pisses me off. movie sucks regardless, though.

Eliana C (mx) wrote: I love it is a fun movie

max h (nl) wrote: Still remains the epitome of cool on film (and digital too), remaining unparalleled until Drive.

Eric C (kr) wrote: Kee Bruuuttaa????????????

Thiago C (au) wrote: My wife is a big fan. I'm not so much into animes, but it was an interesting one

Dustin G (mx) wrote: At first, I was amazed at how bad this was considering Larry David's genius with Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. But if you look closely, all Sour Grapes is is a Seinfeld episode that's too long, with every male character playing Jerry and every other character underwritten. David was so used to writing for sitcoms, he (wrongly) thought movies work the same way. Aside from a few scattered laughs, this is a pointless and embarrassing stain on David's career.

Jason C (fr) wrote: A classic film showing how a girl in a bad situation being naughty can be changed when the situation changes and starts being good. Shows how great an actress Jodie Foster was and still is.

Caitlin L (gb) wrote: Bradley Cooper is amazing in this movie. Truly another Oscar worthy role.

Adam T (es) wrote: Cowen's third character-based movie deals with the Austrian homosexual fashionista Bruno. Like Borat, some of it depends on your personal taste threshold. Having said that, it wasn't as controversial as the aforementioned

Jennie H (fr) wrote: favourite movie ever

Steve W (ca) wrote: Very nice chemistry with Vincent Price and Elizabeth Shepherd. Shepherd also brings the talent by playing two roles (unnoticed by me) and Poe's ghost story is told wonderfully on screen.

Panos Y (de) wrote: Tries to capitalize on the success of the first film, it succeeds just enough. A few laughs and that's it.