The only thing James wants is to remain away from Scotland. One day, however, he receives a fax, a printout of an unknown person's obituary. The next day, he is charged and arrested for the murder of this person. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The only thing James wants is to remain away from Scotland. One day, however, he receives a fax, a printout of an unknown person's obituary. The next day, he is charged and arrested for the murder of this person.
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Paul A (nl) wrote: Wow, a documentary for stoners about a narcissistic, self-absorbed wash-out! ... I think, pass...
James V (ru) wrote: Seriously one of the best movies I've seen in my life.
Graydon B (ca) wrote: A good one, not great but I loved Godzilla, Mothra, and Battra in this one!!
Bob G (ca) wrote: Good to watch with a bunch of friends. Otherwise, a pathetic rip of much better films like 'Carnival of Souls', 'Nightmare on Elm Street', even 'Rocky Horror'... There's quite a bit of T&A (well, more T, less A), but it's not enough.
John D (gb) wrote: Not really all that bad, except for the theme song which is atrocious. There's no real point and no chemistry between Connery and Bardot, but the whole thing is enjoyable enough. Probably could've shaved a good twenty minutes of it.
Kevin B (jp) wrote: No film is perfect. In fact, my favorite films are more imperfect than other technically "perfect" films. And yet, watching this movie, which really affected me on every emotional level, the only word that I could think of was "perfect". The directing, the acting, the beautiful cinematography, the downright poetic script, it might, for all intents and purposes, be a flawless film, and immediately one of my favorites.
Lars P (au) wrote: Gotta love the 80's :-D
Julius D (kr) wrote: This is one of the best movies I've seen in a while. And I've seen it about 6 times by now. I'm not even saying I like it because Sam Rockwell is in it, but when I argue that the man has never been in a shit movie, I tend to quote this right beside the Green Mile.Summary: There is no particular story to it, being a recap of what really happened. Famous actors act like it's an interview about the interview, talking about the past recalling what has happened before and after the very, very famous 1977 interviews of Richard Nixon by british tv host David Frost. The rest is history, and the interviews are available for free on youtube.Pros: Sam Rockwell, the acting is absolutely fantastic and there is some serious attention to the details, from costumes to haircuts to the voice acting by Langella, to resemble Nixon's babbling deep voice. There is also Hall's serious eye-candy, so it's by far a great view from the start to the end. Surprising addition to the team is the presence of Michael Sheen, who for me will forever be Lucien from Underworld (which isn't exactly a compliment), yet holds his ground with the difficult character and a great british accent.Cons: Richard Nixon looks nothing like Nixon, I understand the choice of actor because of the quality of Langella's acting, but while Frost is VERY similar to the original, it takes a lot of imagination to remember that Langella's supposed to be nixon. Sheen's character furthermore is dislikable from the very beginning, as he -but maybe that's the director's choice- seems to be on edge/uncomfortable the entire time throughout the movie.Kevin Bacon still is absolutely terrible at what he does and seems completely overrated as his character is pointless from minute 0 to the very end, two hours later.Overall a great movie to watch, but not a party choice. Must Watch. Alone.
Rich L (gb) wrote: The plot is thin, not really very interesting and I kept losing track of what was going on, possibly because I didn't care one bit about any of the 1 dimensional characters. No-one stood out, no-one acting in it seems to care. Costumes and scenery get it it's 1/2 a star. So very poor.