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Picking Up the Pieces
A small New Mexican village discovers a severed hand that is considered a miracle of God, when it actually belongs to a murdered spouse with a husband in search of it.
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Juan Jeronimo C (ag) wrote: Dios mio, que bodrio de la coixet (otro)
Amanda (au) wrote: I'm not sure what this is about, but it's a horror/mystery/suspense movie then I want to watch and the plus side of it is that Oded Fehr is in it. So a must see!
Angela H (it) wrote: Totally a snooze cruise.
Andrea S (jp) wrote: OMG!!! who makes these movies!?!?!?!
Kyle C (mx) wrote: Great music, great acting, great story of a great musical legend. How in the world Joaquin Phoenix did not win an Oscar for this brilliant piece of film is beyond me but at least Reese Witherspoon won hers
Ty P (de) wrote: Not much of a film, hoping that it's controversial and disturbing visual objectives will pull it through. In the end an attempt at something, just not sure what.
Julien C (au) wrote: C'est moi qui l'est fait rajouter, sympa ce film!
Mich M (it) wrote: Aesthetically pleasing to the eye and compelling in more ways than one. Cate Blanchett and Ralph Fiennes work extremely well together in this tale about love, faith and chance.
Kevin M (ru) wrote: Recommended by; Lisa
Gregory G (es) wrote: There is a perverse pleasure to be had watching Linda Fiorentino as the femme fatale, Bridget Gregory, who lures men in with sex, then turns them into patsies and gets away with it, in John Dahl's neo-noir thriller. "Anyone check you for a heartbeat recently?" asks her lawyer (J.T. Walsh). After fleeing New York City with $700,000 in cash, stolen from her husband (Bill Pullman), acquired via a drug deal, Bridget heads for upstate New York where she ensnares a yokel (Peter Berg) to commit murder for her. Fiorentino wears black mini-skirts that reveal her long legs, speaks coarsely with a cigarette and a drink in her hand, then spins her web to trap her prey like a spider. Bridget is an immoral, cold-blooded villain that makes Barbara Stanwyck in "Double Indemnity" look lightweight by comparison. Fiorentino is seductive yet impervious; these men are fatally outmaneuvered by Bridget's duplicitous nature. Production values are minimal and the pacing is at times sluggish. There is a curious lack of atmosphere or mood for a noir. Along with "Red Rock West," this helped establish Dahl as the modern noir master. Written by Steve Barancik. With Bill Nunn.
Kat S (ca) wrote: Cheesy 80's Rock N Roll movie, but it's awesome.
CM W (mx) wrote: With stellar puppet effects and mildly amusing performances, Gremlins is a superb blend of horror and comedy.
Ben G (de) wrote: I never thought I'd ever watch a Western adapted from a theater play. I did and I wish I hadn't. This film's really bad. Not only most of the action takes place indoor while the excitement (the hut for the cat) is outside. The whole film is shoot in studio and that's really a pity since it is certainly the worse set design I've ever seen. Besides, since when have wimps become so attractive? We want a real hero, not this child as a good character. Really, this film's bad in a whole new way to me.
Jaime D (mx) wrote: With its minimal dialogue and physical comedy sitting through this film i felt like i was watching an overly long episode of Mr. Bean... too twee for my taste but will no doubt apeal to a certain audience
Sean C (de) wrote: I can never turn down a old Italian horror film. They all hold a special place in my heart. Unfortunately, some are just awful. I only heard of this movie recently because I had just seen Beyond The Door from the same director. The acting is terrible, a few of the gory death scenes made me laugh, and the guy who plays the uncle/priest was just annoying. The singing of old children's songs and how "sinister" they are got old very fast. This is nothing like the other great Italian horror filmmakers.