Two exotic dancers embark on a erotic friendship which takes a turn when one of them begins having recurring nightmares of her killing people in which the line between realty and fantasy begins to blur to the most extreme. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nightmares Come at Night
Two exotic dancers embark on a erotic friendship which takes a turn when one of them begins having recurring nightmares of her killing people in which the line between realty and fantasy begins to blur to the most extreme.
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Dannielle A (es) wrote: What a beautiful, moving movie! There are a couple parts that are unbelievable because the Amish simply wouldn't do certain things that they did in the movie but other than that, the story was incredible. I loved the parts about forgiveness and faith. The acting was unbelievably amazing. See this one!
hmjs h (es) wrote: boooooooooring movie
Andrew M (gb) wrote: Even in spite of some glaring narrative flaws, Cameron Crowe's Vanilla Sky is a mindbending drama that mostly succeeds. A remake of the 1997 Spanish film Open Your Eyes, Vanilla Sky is part romance drama, and part thought-provoking mystery. The middle act of the film has some pacing problems, and feels a little long at times, but it's almost hard to criticize it due to how significant it becomes by the time the film ends. Plus, the film really picks up in the third act to make up for it. Tom Cruise is as charismatic as always, even when his face is obscured. Perhaps the most surprising performance comes from Cameron Diaz, who really makes the most of her limited screentime in a role we don't see from her often. However, Penlope Cruz is mediocre at best, and struggles as Cruise's love interest. Crowe's direction is solid, and he makes sure the film never loses coherency. Had the middle section of the film been edited down a bit, this would've been fantastic, but as it stands, Vanilla Sky is a good effort from Cameron Crowe that's sure to blow your mind at least once.
Sarina L (gb) wrote: Typical Jackie Chan film made for American people. Watched it w/ Hanna, and the movie was awful.
Clay B (kr) wrote: BEYOND CHRISTMAS (1940)
Greg W (de) wrote: remake of a 1997 brit pic
Grant H (de) wrote: Pretty good movie. The story is a great set-up for satirical humor and great themes, but instead takes a lower road and focus on gay and racist stereotype jokes. The movie is somewhat redeemed by a few hits in those departments, as well as good performances from its two leads.
Kevin G (au) wrote: A horrible script that is full of every single action movie cliche ever made combined with humor that is just overused, ends up ruining what could have been a fun experience. At least the action scenes were entertaining.Wow, where do I begin with this one. I guess I'll go ahead and just start with that really awful excuse for a script. After the first few lines of the beginning of the movie were said, I knew we were in trouble and it sadly doesn't get any better. Everything about this story and plot and how it's all told is just so mediocre and I seriously got bored of it all. Since I love action movies, this I feel is really saying something. This area disappoints big time and it's very easy to see how ridiculous it all is.OK, so it's an action comedy. I was expecting humor. But the overuse of the same jokes and jokes that are just lame don't make this experience any better. Now to be fair there are some parts of this film that did make me crack a smile, but that was it. The humor was a big letdown overall for me.The only somewhat saving grace this movie has is the action scenes. I was mildly entertained by Tom Cruise getting the job done in this area. His experience from the Mission Impossible movies shows here. The humor that is thrown in along with these scenes fit in pretty well. This I feel may have been the only driving force to keep me interested in this film. The action is filmed OK for the most part. It's better then how the action in the A-Team movie was filmed in my opinion.One of my friends mentioned to me that Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz were just too old to play these roles in this film. Although I feel I don't completely agree with Tom Cruise as I felt he did OK in this movie, I do have to agree that the casting of Cameron Diaz in this role was a bad choice. I'm sorry but she just failed to win me over here. At times she was just downright annoying with her unbelievable shrieks and noises. Someone younger then her should have taken her place easily. At least it could have made the horrible script easier to sit through.This movie is strongly a rental. Nothing more. Crank up the volume on the action scenes because that is the only enjoyment you will get here.
Timothy A (au) wrote: Somewhat bog standard high end kid's animation. The animated renderings of the Chinese countryside are nice enough, but the script offers little that's unpredictable.
Jamie C (ru) wrote: Good mystery, great cast, & kept me on my toes!! I enjoyed it & would recommend it!!
BSH n (ru) wrote: GENERE: Musical, DramaLovely Jessica performed good role in this movie..A high-energy drama with music, Honey also stars LIL' ROMEO, winner of the 2001 Billboard Music Award for "Rap Artist of the Year," as Benny, a kid who needs a break even more than Honey does. MEKHI PHIFER (8 Mile) portrays Chaz, Honey's boyfriend with no angle to work -- he's the constant, the real thing, the down-to-earth voice of reason who just wants Honey happy and in his life. JOY BRYANT (Antwone Fisher) plays Honey's protective, best friend Gina, who views her pal's newfound success with equal parts excitement and skepticism. The young, vibrant cast also includes DAVID MOSCOW (Just Married), ZACHARY ISAIAH WILLIAMS (TV's Romeo!) and LONETTE MCKEE (He Got Game), with cameo appearances by hip-hop/R&B stars MISSY ELLIOTT, GINUWINE, 3rd STOREE, SHAWN DESMAN, TWEET, and JADAKISS & SHEEK. Honey Daniels (JESSICA ALBA, of television's Dark Angel) has been waiting all her life to show the world her dance moves and now, everything she ever wanted is just a step away.For years, her spirit and her ambition have given the dancer and aspiring choreographer the guts to move ahead, even when those who love her best have doubts about her possible success in such a tough field. Not content with her parents' world of safe choices that promise a secure future, Honey has moved to the heart of the city, where the streets are a barrage of sound, energy and music -- and it's the music she's after.Living there is difficult, but she is willing to take it all in stride while she continues to struggle with making ends meet -- her dream is worth it. During the day, she shares that dream by teaching hip-hop classes in a local center to the kids in her neighborhood. At night, watching the clock until her bartending shift ends, Honey comes alive on the dance club floor, where her training collides with her passion and her smooth moves get her noticed.And then her one-time-in-a-million break comes in the form of a video director, who sees Honey in the club and offers her a chance at a spot as a back-up dancer. From there, her true ability shines through, and she begins to finally live her dream -- choreographing for some of the hottest acts in hip-hop and R&B (Missy Elliott, Ginuwine, Jadakiss & Sheek, Tweet) and for Honey, it feels too good to be true.And almost as quickly as it arrives, the dream starts to dissolve. Back in the workaday world, Honey returns to what she knows best -- the urban music she loves -- and rediscovers her love of dancing though the exuberant energy of a group of neighborhood kids.