A psychiatrist uses a patient he is having an affair with to help him kill his wife, but his perfect alibi may come apart at the hands of a seemingly befuddled LAPD lieutenant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A psychiatrist uses a patient he is having an affair with to help him kill his wife, but his perfect alibi may come apart at the hands of a seemingly befuddled LAPD lieutenant.
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Ian C (nl) wrote: Echoes of The Accused.A mellow Cage and Don Johnson hold this together. Way too melodramatic for a revenge flick. Sadly, it is another blotch on the great man's CV.
Blake P (ru) wrote: Gritty and sometimes too heartbreaking to be true, "A Kid with a Bike" is an unflinching look at the aftermath of a young boy's abandonment by his father. Directed by brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, two filmmakers known for their ultra-realistic storytelling style, there isn't a second in which the film feels phony. And in that sense, makes it even harder to watch. Cyril (Thomas Doret) is an 11-year old who is unexpectedly put into an orphanage by his selfish father (Jrmie Renier), who is much too preoccupied in his own life to deal with Cyril. By accident, the boy later meets Samantha (Ccile De France), a kindly hairdresser who takes the time to virtually adopt him. Despite her warm heart, Cyril longs for his father, and, one day, he is approached by a gang leader, who instantly, to Cyril, seems to be a father-figure. It doesn't take much for Cyril's behavior to get completely out of control, but Samantha, who looks at him like he is her son, will not give up without a fight. "A Kid with a Bike" is so somber, and so upsetting, that it seems like a tragedy, despite its upbeat ending. Cyril's behavior is fascinating to watch, but it also is lined with emotional trauma - in the beginning of the film, where he cannot accept the fact that his father has left him, is especially depressing. The scene that particularly breaks the heart is in which Cyril goes to their old apartment, believing that his father is there, even though everyone around him assures him that it has been abandoned, which it has. Doret, despite being such a young actor, is magnetic in his portrayal. Cyril is a complicated character, but Doret gives him some clearance - he has a special ability that so few actors have, as his face alone is able to emote so much, without even a word spoken. He's the perfect match for the directors, because he oozes with utter naturalness and doesn't mug the screen like a child star. What's smart about the film though, it how it never rises to the point of melodrama. Easily, there could be an intense scene in which Samantha lectures Cyril about how much he loves him, or the other way around, but it never happens. Instead scenes are dealt with gracefully, subtly scripted and smoothly shot. "A Kid with a Bike" is a kitchen-sink drama that sticks with you long after it's finished. It's one of the few films that truly manages to break your heart, but still pick up the pieces
Henri N (mx) wrote: Everyone act normal.
Faith M (it) wrote: Might be funny, I dunno. But it's not like I really care if I don't see it.
Tim K (de) wrote: Not a great movie by any stretch but a good plot and storyline. This movie is little corny (70's style) but still interesting enough to keep you watching.
Ingmar A (ag) wrote: Alright, Alright, so I'm a music nerd.
Iskra H (au) wrote: Is it because a coproduction permits a variety of approaches to life and filming...is it because in Canada filmmakers can be intellectuals? Whatever the reasons, a fascinating film. My daughter got us to see it during Chrtstmas - a season when lets face it intellectual stimulation is not usually on the menu.....Thank you god.
Jim F (kr) wrote: Pitt makes this movie. Excellent job
Private U (kr) wrote: One of the best slices of 80's slasher cheese in the whole horror pizza
J M (de) wrote: Beautiful historical document.
Nicki M (nl) wrote: Didn't really enjoy this. Silly plot (even past what you'd expect). Unconvincing.
Chris P (br) wrote: Neil Hamilton (Police Commissioner Gordon from the 1960??s Batman TV series) channels the cadences of William S. Burroughs as a doll shop owner and cult leader for the Great Devil God Gamba! Lots of creepy voodoo dolls, a spinning wheel of knives, astral projection, walls of fire and a surf-rock theme song make this a pretty cool movie where there is no well defined hero. If only it hadn??t copped out for the ??happy?? ending and followed its malicious tenor to an appropriately gruesome conclusion. Robert Alda (father of Alan Alda) also stars as the weak willed man who sells his soul for a little bit of naughty witch sex.
Christopher S (us) wrote: In some ways, Ralph Bakshi's most ambitious and accomplished film, certainly his most brutal and grotesque. Palpable beneath the juvenile humor and vulgarity is a raw, intense undercurrent of rebellion and surprising poignancy, as well as inventive experimentation with the medium of film animation. Definitely not for everyone, but a fascinating piece of work.