New Year's Eve
The lives of several couples and singles in New York intertwine over the course of New Year's Eve.
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Arthur P (us) wrote: This documentary changed my conception about Stanley Kubrick.
Johnny L (nl) wrote: 08/27/15: Netflix: Klassic.....terrrrrrrrible movie. Kitana was hot but damn that was bad. If I had paid money back in '95 I may have walked out. The budget for special effects had to be in the three figure range. Reptile looked like an effing cartoon. That said....I'd probably watch it again.
helene g (fr) wrote: A visually stunning and emotionally compelling work. Bleu and Rouge are, perhaps, the strongest films of the trilogy - certainly my personal favourites. I've loved these films for many years. To those who criticise the film for its slow pace: wouldn't it be tedious if all music were played at roughly the same tempo? ;-)
D M (ca) wrote: An anthology kiddy horror tale. Three kids try to out-do one another with the stories they tell while camping in a tent in ones backyard. None are that great, but it would be an adequate slumber party movie for 9-11 y.o.'s.
Esther C (es) wrote: So ridiculous, it made me laugh!
Grayson W (br) wrote: A 1980 Italian movie similar to Zombi 2 or Zombie Holocaust, a zombie outbreak occurs on an island full of native "savages" with primitive rituals. The outbreak, however, is caused by Western chemical companies and secret agents in blue jump suits are sent to New Genie where they run into a couple of journalists reporting on the scene.Lots of really cool gore effects, tons of zombies and a soundtrack made of Goblin tracks (although I think they are from other films).
Louise B (jp) wrote: Great Homes movie. I love the chess scene! The story was really cool and intriguing like all Holmes movies. This is my favorite of the WWII ones the others were not so great. Just the right amount of suspense and fun!