Only the Lonely

Only the Lonely

Danny Muldoon, a Chicago policeman, still lives with his overbearing mother Rose. He meets and falls in love with Theresa Luna , whose father owns the local funeral parlour. Naturally, his mother objects to the relationship, and Danny and Theresa must either overcome her objections or give up the romance.

A film is directed by Chris Columbus who serves as a creator, follows a policeman - Danny. Danny has an overbearing mother. One day, he falls ahead over heels in love with a beautiful girl - Theresa but their love still sneaks behind his mother's back. What happens when he reveals his love? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ruthie R (ru) wrote: Pretty decent Werewolf movie, with some neat aspects and really fun violence.

Barry T (ca) wrote: A real mixed bag this. It looks wonderful and the setting is beautiful. Cornwell looked good. The artists in residence was also interesting. Emily Browning is an interesting choice as the lead but is given NOWT to do. Dan Steven is Matthew Crawley and Dominic Cooper ermmm well he was miscast. That jaunty hat was a joke.

Sarvesh K (it) wrote: A wonderful story with a heart. It will not make you sympathetic to the characters, but will show you their cheerful side and tickle your funny-bone. Mohd. Samad in the title role steals the show single-handed alongwith a wonderful cast. The movie never misses its momentum and is a superb watch. Don't dare to miss it.

Jason B (br) wrote: For never having heard of this movie before, I actually thought it was pretty good! A simple tale involving the captures the monster/sci fi element very well without going too overboard.

Danielle S (br) wrote: excellent movie...everyone must see

Ramit K (it) wrote: I can watch it again and agian due to kareena's innocent role. very good music and great chemistry between both actors.

vinny p (es) wrote: The camera work made me sick.

Alex R (us) wrote: Only 1% of critics liked this ehh who can blame them

Loris R (kr) wrote: A rare example of excellent Italian mystery, about a woman from East Europe who hopes to find a better future in Italy, but find herself trapped into a nightmare. Probably Tornatore's best work, a thriller with heart and social relevance.

Troy K (au) wrote: Extremely glamourized, but really hit home with me.

Justice F (it) wrote: A funny movie but sometimes unfunny will ferrel was the funniest part B-

Jonathan S (ca) wrote: Very good movie. Underrated.

Andrew L (ru) wrote: A pointless waste of a film

Russell G (de) wrote: Chucky is a fine character, but with each movie that comes out, the sillier it gets. The third movie failed to deliver good scares and feels unbalanced. Chucky movies are now a parody of themselves. They are violent yet beyond believable and completely silly. Now it is a playful romp of a serial killer slashing and burning through disposable characters. If this is the approach, you like in a horror movie than you may have renewed interest in this series. The main characters are a set of teenagers in love, but held apart by an overbearing stepfather. This part of the movie offers nothing. The acting is terrible, and the delivery of the story is heavy handed. The twisted love-hate relationship between a Chucky and his past lover, Tiffany, has more of a redeeming quality than expected. Through a set of strange circumstances, Tiffany also becomes a live doll, like Chucky. Here, there is some redeeming humor in the dialogue as they bicker, make puns, and take joy in murdering. Overall, this no longer feels like the Child's Play series; it is more of a satirical tangent. I do not tend to appreciate horror movies taking the light-hearted silly approach and mowing down idiots. Given what it is, it is not that bad.

Monika S (gb) wrote: there are really rare movies with ellen! I wanna see them all!

Sarah (gb) wrote: Continuing on from Jean de Florette, this film was quite a good sequel. It really wrapped up everything and left me quite satisfied. Daniel Auteuil successfully creeped me out on countless occasions. Similar to the first one, I got really attached to and emotional about the characters i.e. I hated some so passionately, and literally clapped when the one's I liked had something good happen. Overall it was pretty good. Neither movie in this sereies is one that I would have chosen to watch (I watched it at school), but I did enjoy them nonetheless. What did this movie teach me? Emmanuelle Beart is not shallow - what with her marrying Daniel Auteuil in real life.

Charles G (nl) wrote: It had a lot of cliches but I still found it enjoyable to watch.

stefano l (jp) wrote: I usually don't like this kind of movie, all nature and thinking. I find them too much idealistic and dreamy, but this one really hit me. I watched for an exam (discovering then it was singed as "Want to see it" here on flixster). The first minutes with the scenes of the snowed mountains of the North America are stunningly good, and the finals 20 minutes are amazing as well.Really a nice film, nothing more to say.

Ryan S (kr) wrote: Extra points for absolute insanity.

Scott R (kr) wrote: Mystical thriller with the plot being supported by great acting. Regardless the plot was a little weak, but it had some tense moments. I especially enjoyed the tour through some of the London underground.