One morning, the cops find eight dead bodies, gunshot victims, near a farmhouse. They also find a wounded man who tells the story of what happened. He is Alan White, the father of a young woman awaiting a heart transplant. The night before, his wounded son Danny has come to him with a tale of a kidnapping gone wrong. Danny, whom Alan hasn't seen for eight years, offers a deal: if Alan will pose as a kidnapping victim, which will lead to his death, Danny will donate his heart for his sister's transplant. If Alan refuses, then Danny and his friends, the "new blood" hired to help with the kidnapping, will die. What will Alan do, and what's really going on here.
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Vessela D (it) wrote: A very sweet movie, full of fantastic dancing scenes...:)
David B (gb) wrote: What a waste of Paul Giamatti... this was a horrible movie.
Tim W (au) wrote: some more of the stuff i saw at the film fest is in the db now.
Amanda W (ru) wrote: Strange, Weird, and Confusing!!!!
Leah L (de) wrote: This was one of the most RIDICULOUS movies I've ever seen. Just look at how lame the cover is!!! Quick plot synopsis: injured football player gets canned from the team, gets approached by his sketchy friend to locate his ex-girlfriend (who also happens to be the team owner's daughter or something?) in Mexico, finds girl after two seconds in Mexico, falls in love with girl, tries to run away with girl, girl kills Webster's father (one of the football team's coaches) in Mexico after he goes down to find her, girl runs back to ex-boyfriend, football player looks for girl, returns home, uncovers crazy intrigue surrounding the football team.... RIDICULOUS. The only good thing about this movie was James Woods (and the theme song!). Otherwise it was two hours of complete and utter torture.
Victor S (jp) wrote: Va a hacer falta que me remonte a los aos 60 para ver buen cine?
doris c (jp) wrote: excellent...hilarious.....
Edward C (ca) wrote: Annie Hall(1977)Starring: Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Tony Roberts, Carol Kane, Paul Simon, Shelley Duvall, Janet Margolin, Christopher Walken, and Colleen DewhurstDirected By: Woody AllenReviewA NERVOUS ROMANCEHello Kiddies your pal the Cupid Critic here with one of the most influential romantic comedies that had it's own and beat Star Wars at the Oscars for Best Picture.Alvy Singer(Woody Allen) is one of Manhattan's most brilliant comedians, but when it comes to romance, his delivery needs a little work. Introduced by his best friend Rob(Tony Roberts) Alvy falls in love with the ditzy but delightful nightclub singer Annie Hall(Diane Keaton). When Alvy's own insecurities sabotage the affair, Annie is forced to leave Alvy for a new life-and lover(Paul Simon)-in LOs Angles. Knowing he may have lost Annie forever, Alvy's willing to go to great lengths- even driving L.A's freeways-to recapture the only thing that mattered-true love.I've been wanting to see this for a while, the first Woody Allen picture I ever saw was Blue Jasmine and I loved that film, granted its nothing like Annie Hall but it was a great character study. Annie Hall was also a best picture winner so that also made me more excited when I put the Bluray in.Annie Hall contains more intellectual wit and cultural references than any other movie to win an Oscar for best picture, and in winning the award in 1978 it edged out Star Wars, an outcome unthinkable today. The victory marked the beginning of Woody Allen's career as an important filmmaker(his work was funny but slight) and it signaled the end of the 1970s golden age of movies.Annie Hall is built on such dialogue and centers on conversation and monologue. Because it is just about everyone's favorite Woody Allen movie, because it won the Oscar, because it is a romantic comedy few viewers probably notice how much of it consist of people talking, simply talking.This is a movie that establishes its tone by constantly switching between tones: The switches reflect the restless mind of the filmmaker, turning away from the apparent subject of a scene to find the angle that reveals the joke. Annie Hall is a movie about a man who is always looking for the loopholes in perfection. Who can turn everything into a joke, and wishes he couldn't. I give Annie Hall a five out of five.
Cecily B (ag) wrote: enjoyed this one! a bit predictable but I love the cast, a lot of great names.