A mother drops her son and husband off at a tropical vacation spot for a little rest and relaxation. The only problem is that the husband has been dead for quite some time, and his wife had... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad
A mother drops her son and husband off at a tropical vacation spot for a little rest and relaxation. The only problem is that the husband has been dead for quite some time, and his wife had...
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Judi L (de) wrote: Great romantic-ish movie...funny at times, a little sad at times.
John Y (ca) wrote: Well made film about the quest of two men for sports immortality.
Ricky P (ag) wrote: Gritty and perfectly acted. Training Day rides on the chemistry of it's leads, high-octane action and strong direction even if the ending doesn't have much of an impact
Joyce M (br) wrote: Hilarious, Fun To Watch.
Paula G (au) wrote: Unhinged lesbian warriors on the rampage -- vintage camp.
Benedetta V (it) wrote: Che gran film! La tecnica, l'intreccio (il modo in cui Davies ha scelto che si susseguano gli eventi), gli attori, il realismo che convive con l'astrazione in equilibrio, la resa di memorie involontarie, di momenti onirici, la storia di una famiglia britannica, la fotografia (non pochi i momenti indimenticabili e icastici).Lo sguardo dentro e fuori.Applausi.
Andrew B (gb) wrote: Despite great turns by Plummer and Redford, this movie bored me to no end. Wood was NOT convincing as a 15-year old. She was awful.
Barry T (gb) wrote: A good,enjoyable horror flick with some genuinely scary moments and a gory opening scene.
Colin G (de) wrote: A fun old classic. Isn't as good as I remember it,
William B (fr) wrote: relentlessly bleak and shocking Korean drama with occasional relief in the form of incongruent moments of pitch black humour - low budget, high ambitions: a treat for the cinephile
Clark W (jp) wrote: I think I like it. The film left me more confused then anything else. I really think we would have gotten a better product had they not tried to force a romance on us. They should've just gone full silly and stay full silly without the stupid romance.
Elgan D (jp) wrote: Three interweaving tales of the repercussions of adoption play out with at times great impact and sorrow. The middle segment does drag a little but by the end it is hard not to feel a connection with the characters.
Grant S (mx) wrote: 2003. Kim Baker is a writer at a TV news network in New York. The network needs a reporter in Afghanistan and, as her career has stalled and her life is in a rut, she (apprehensively) takes the job. Nothing could have prepared her for life in Kabul and what she'll see and experience - she is truly a duck out of water. Over time, however, she adapts and even thrives. More than thrives, she seems to live for the danger and excitement, a fact that not only endangers her own life but that of her colleagues too.I didn't have great expectations before watching this. While Tina Fey's TV work is superb (30 Rock, SNL) her movies often miss the mark, ending up lightly entertaining, at best. So, was expecting a light comedy and nothing much in the way of drama.Turns out the movie is very funny, and, even better, often darkly so. The humour is often presented in dramatic or very plausible situations, so doesn't feel forced, feeling more like a candid view of people in a war zone. That's the beauty of the movie - it's as much a drama as a comedy, and the comedy stems from the drama, rather than existing in a vacuum.On the drama side, the situation in Afghanistan is very realistically portrayed, without shirking from the events and issues involved. While the press attempt to make the most of their situation and live it up, attempting to shut themselves off from their surrounds, the threat of violence and death is never far away. There is a fatalism hanging over the movie which makes it even the more engaging and compelling.Not perfect though. I felt that, while a good and often funny story, it didn't really make a profound point in the end. The conclusion seemed quite flat, especially after what came before.Overall: a great blend of comedy and drama.
Maii C (de) wrote: I like this take on horror because it is scary and disturbing without giving the viewer a heart attack. I also like how it makes you ponder the sorrows and tragedies of life, both past and present, and the different ways people respond to cruelty, bereavement, and hardship. It seems to suggest that there is more to life than suffering, cruelty, and violence, but that these things will nevertheless leave their impression on us. There are many motifs and metaphors to explore here, and the cinematography is impressive.