Due to a job transfer, three friends move into a town where the bank they work at assigns them by way of living quarters a creepy mansion with a haunted history. One of the friends, Bharat ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Due to a job transfer, three friends move into a town where the bank they work at assigns them by way of living quarters a creepy mansion with a haunted history. One of the friends, Bharat ...
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Baurushan J (us) wrote: The story is Valentine and Nick Brannon played by Vince Vaughn and Kevin James who have been best friends since and grown up together closely. Now Ronny has a girlfriend named Beth played by Jennifer Connelly and Nick is married to his wife Geneva played by Winona Ryder. The four of them are living a happy lifestyle until Ronny spots Geneva having an affair with another man and she blackmails him saying if he tells Nick, she will tell Nick that Ronny slept with her. This could have been a good movie but it was way too generic and seemingly bland. I thought Ron Howard could do better than this. The Dilemma gets 4.5/10.
Ian I (jp) wrote: A look at youthful mistakes from mature eyes, the film is at times quite brutal with its characters, but not unbelievably so and not without sympathy, like a disappointed parent who still loves their child. Extra points for being very pretty to look at and having an excellent soundtrack.
Ben G (es) wrote: It feels as if Nichols loosely adapted a play by Shakespeare. However, he didn't. Rather he captured the entire essence of Shakespeare and the art of tragedy as a whole and formed into a masterpiece so attuned to detail and so emotionally wrought, that any flaws are buried and buried deep. Nichols clearly values families and familial bonds above all things, and in Shotgun Stories, he brilliantly weaves a simple universal tale into a haunting Southern Gothic drama that takes into account all brilliant classical theater and spits it out into something entirely separate and entirely brilliant in its own right.
Roxanne R (it) wrote: It was your average scary movie revolving around five college friends that choose to spend their vacation debauching at the riverside. They find the perfect place to camp out, but end up crossing paths with twin brothers, Simon and Stanley (played by Crispin Glover). The twins start to kill the campers in some extremely creative & gruesome ways- hint you will see many pickaxes flying all over. Enjoy the splatter! Oh BTW its on Netflix streaming, otherwise I would not have rented it..
Emy O (ru) wrote: De tres Bonne arnaquee
Vinny M (fr) wrote: omg.......great movie!!!!!!!!
Tim M (gb) wrote: Nice bit of cheesy 80's action take on Zatoichi. Hauer is great, the effects and directing are not, but it's a fun ride.
Jim P (ru) wrote: Old, yes. Dated, ceartainly. But this movie makes up for it in originality. A giant machine sent to rob the Earth of its energy? For 1957, that's pretty good. It warned of resource depletion before anyone even thought about it. An epic must see for die-hard B-movie fans.
Christopher S (es) wrote: Fast-paced and original film noir classic from director Anthony Mann boasts superb black and white cinematography from noir shadow maestro John Alton - this is some of his best work, particularly his inky exteriors. Tightly-plotted with great suspense, memorable characters, and a strong central performance from the late Ricardo Montalban - though it could have benefited from some more musical score at times. A must for film noir fans.
Amber L (fr) wrote: Classic, love Doris day, feel good!