New Rose Hotel

New Rose Hotel

A corporate raider (Christopher Walken) and his henchman (Willem Dafoe) use a chanteuse (Asia Argento) to lure a scientific genius away from his employer and family.

Maas and Hosaka are two large Corporations in the future world. They are fighting to get control over the best minds of the world. The best is Hiroshi and at the moment he is working for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Doc P (br) wrote: har inte sett den men va fan!

Jakir A (fr) wrote: wat a rubbish movie... time-waster..

Aaron S (kr) wrote: Flitting about among a large cast of characters rather than going into much depth with any of them, this true-life tale of the French Resistance lacks the power it could have had. It's mainly interesting as a look at a little-known historical event that had unusual moral implications. The seeds of a classic are in this story, but the film is not well focused. Recommended mainly for history buffs and period-piece fans.

Chris C (fr) wrote: great movie honestly

Libby B (es) wrote: anything with sandra bullock is worth at least 3 stars

Laura T (br) wrote: Not bad but not brilliant either.

Rawballs B (fr) wrote: I loved it. Could have been much better if if the staff and crew offered a higher amount of observation and recognition...

John S (nl) wrote: A very good and funny movie. It's rich in humor and pretty drag queens. I swear you forget their men practically throughout the entire movie.

Ian C (kr) wrote: Ed Harris is great in this Coming Home flim. Not one of DeNiro's A List flicks but his performance is right up there with anything else he has done. He is unbelievable as Joseph "Megs" Megessey. Touching stuff.

Grant H (br) wrote: Great movie. Visually inventive and striking as it is horrifying and disturbing, with great performances from its cast, especially Combs and Crampton.

Jacob B (nl) wrote: It's a bit ironic when you notice that the shortest Harry Potter movie is based off of the longest book and its titular character is a bit unlikable this time around given that he's pissed off about half the time but Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix still benefits from its entertainment value that remains as magical as always especially since it still manages to be just as entertaining and just as humourous and thrilling as its predecessors as well as a tone that gets darker and darker what with the PG-13 rating and all in spite of being IMO the weakest entry in the HP movies to date.

Augustine H (nl) wrote: I just can't stand Terence Malick's self-indulgence.