On her way to school, high school girl Nana sees a train accident. Then Nana and her friend Kanae start to come across various bizarre phenomena, including red fingerprints and a female ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
On her way to school, high school girl Nana sees a train accident. Then Nana and her friend Kanae start to come across various bizarre phenomena, including red fingerprints and a female ...
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Pia K (kr) wrote: Wau, huikee leffa Katy Perryn elmst! ??
Guillaume L (ca) wrote: Karoline Herfurth et Nina Hoss en vampires sexy, a donne envie mais heureusement le film evite finalement de tomber dans des cliches porno soft trop appuyes qui auraient ete ridicules. Si le film est ridicule par moment c'est totalement assume, ce qui le rend plaisant car autrement il ne raconte pas grand chose, ni effrayant ni emouvant.
Erin J (br) wrote: i think they needed to stop at one it was funny 2 was not so good 3 has got to suck
Andrey A (fr) wrote: Buena comedia colombiana que por fin rompre el esque ma de las peliculas del "echado pa'lante emprendedor" o la coca y sus entorno
dana d (nl) wrote: nice but with barbie is better:X
Stuart K (nl) wrote: Chris Columbus was fresh off the success of the first two Home Alone films and Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), for his next film he picked a Hollywood version of the French romantic comedy Neuf mois (1994), and Columbus picked the star of a recent British hit to lead the film. It has it's funny moments, but it does drag in places. It nearly flopped, but a little incident on the part of it's star made it a world hit, In San Francisco, child psychologist Samuel Faulkner (Hugh Grant) leads a perfect life, he is in an ideal romance with ballet school teacher Rebecca Taylor (Julianne Moore). Nothing could be better, and then Rebecca announces that she's pregant, which turns Samuel's world upside down. Samuel isn't the father type, and he panics about how this will affect his life and his perfectly knit world. It's not made any better with the advice Samuel gets from overbearing father Marty Dwyer (Tom Arnold) and his wife Gail (Joan Cusack), and their unruly daughters. Advice from Samuel's friend Sean (Jeff Goldblum) doesn't help, but when Samuel see's a video of the ultrasound, he has to get it together for fatherhood, but he and Rebecca's relationship is on the verge of collapse. It does have it's moments, but some of it drags, and Grant does his bumbling Englishman routine again, but Arnold steals the film as the excitable father, and Robin Williams steals the film in an all too brief cameo as the Russian gynecologist Dr. Kosevich, which makes you wish there had been more of him in the film.
Dave J (it) wrote: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 (1948) Key Largo CRIME/ DRAMA/ SUSPENSE Similar style to 1936 "The Petrified Forest" or 1948 "The Dark Past" or "Desperate Hours" to name a few, when the story centers on gangsters taking hostage over a resort, except in this case it's an inn for sail boaters, and actor Edward G Robinson as leader Rocco along with his cronies were intending to use the resort as a way to escape from the police but cannot because of the terrible storm! Director John Huston's direction is at a fine pace with dilemmas and conflicts ablazing! Real life wife of Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Becall also stars as Nora Temple who helps her father run the family inn! 3.5 out of 4
katsist (au) wrote: Too dark and brooding. Ben Affleck does play the part of Matt Murdock well but Jennifer Gardner should not have been cast as Elektra. Their is a number of plot holes that I couldn't overlook.
Stuart M (fr) wrote: Firmly in so bad it's bad territory the film makes a number of utterly incomprehensible choices in order to make the film stand out from the nonexistent pack of comic book Westerns. Bringing supernatural powers into it was a bad idea as was pretty much every other decision they made. Brolin does as well as he can as Hex, but he's given such an unrewarding task (and poor makeup job) than nothing he does can alleviate the suffering.
Jason J (au) wrote: A wonderful kids film set in the Lake District during the 1920's.
Jose Miguel G (nl) wrote: Touching, warm and simple in its tone, Chbosky crafted his own story in a faithful and, also, stand alone way, with a terrific cast and a wonderful pace, The Perks of Being a Wallflower is the perfect example of how to do a teen-drama.
Kimberly T (fr) wrote: Really bad.. at least everything came together in the end but still, wasn't worth watching it until the end... Could've been much better but... wasn't