A priest arrives in a tiny fishing village the week before Christmas to shut down a dying parish...and becomes entangled in the lives of the town's eccentric characters while learning the power of forgiveness and redemption. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A priest arrives in a tiny fishing village the week before Christmas to shut down a dying parish...and becomes entangled in the lives of the town's eccentric characters while learning the power of forgiveness and redemption.
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Nayeli G (es) wrote: c'est drle parce que c'est vrai?... "Yvon" Attal es muy gracioso y Charlotte es Charlotte (un aburrido review de mi parte como siempre, yay), a lo mejor le falta un Guy/Alain Chabat, a veces, fin.
Rafal K (es) wrote: Quite an interesting movie both from the perspective of drama as well as suspense.
Deb S (es) wrote: Miguel A. Nunez plays Jamal Jeffries, a NBA bad boy whose court antics are so outrageous; he gets booted out the league so he decides to dress as a woman and join the WNBA. To his surprise, he makes it but ends up starting to fall for his teammate, Michelle (played by Vivica A. Fox.) The rest of the movie is hilarious fun. Miguel A. Nunez JR. does great as Jamal Jeffries/Juwanna Mann and does a brilliant job of imitating a woman. The movie is kind of predictable though but it has some funny moments and some cute parts.
Michael S (br) wrote: When bad scripts happen to good people. Despite a talented cast and an Oscar-winning director, the script is so inept that no one could make a good film from it. It's needlessly lurid, sorely lacking in logic, very predictable. William Friedkin adds enough visual flair to keep this from being a complete disaster.
Andr D (ag) wrote: El directror Fernando Trueba nos entrega una deliciosa comedia de enredos romanticos que respira erotismo por todas partes. Magnificas actuaciones y divertida de principio a fin.
Tang H (gb) wrote: this is a classical film~ they both are stars~! how come they can sing and act so well~
Justin B (de) wrote: I dare say this movie corrupted the French New Wave. The whole thing is much too frivolous and not serious enough, unless that's the point; but that's a rather silly point to make, isn't it, Otto?
Carl M (br) wrote: Looking to enlighten the audience of a local radio station with his story, reformed serial killer Norman Bates decides to call in to a segment about matricide, reliving the traumatic childhood events that drove him to kill. This unique framing story allows Anthony Perkins to remain in the prequel as our narrator, often injecting himself as a spectator to his own troubled past. Though many may say that PSYCHO needs no introduction, others will argue that Joseph Stefano's treatment delivers a welcomed back story to the screen's most infamous killer. With the stunning Olivia Hussey playing Mrs. Bates, it is no wonder Norman developed such an odd relationship with his mother. Norma's wicked treatment of her son through verbal castration and taunting sexual torments makes it quite clear why Norman should turn out the way he has. But Hussey also embraces the kinder moments, giving us a dual perspective that accounts for Norman's love and obsession with his mother. Henry Thomas is competent as the young Norman, but his performance is lacking in personality. With a twist ending that closes the book on the PSYCHO series, we feel satisfied that Norman's story has been told to completion.