Detective Sergeant Timo HarjunpÃ¤Ã¤ of the Helsinki Violent Crimes Unit is an honest and conscientious cop;one of the city's very best;who loses his daughter in tragic circumstances. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kashfia F (mx) wrote: Out with the dirty laundry!
Sreeni B (kr) wrote: One of the worst movies ever. I was shocked to see Queen Elizabeth's color photo in Srihari's (tella dora) office. Raghavendra Rao should have known better; Sai baba was from late 1800s to early 1900s. Actual Baba part was covered in songs and the movie part was just useless "comedy" scenes. Horrible horrible movie, I want my 2 hrs back!!!
Jim T (fr) wrote: The one with the big death. Also when you realised just how dark these films would end up being. That final half-hour gives you shivers.
Martin H (kr) wrote: Really enjoyed this one.
Pablo B (nl) wrote: "Las pelculas no tienen para que haber ganado un Oscar para entretener" dice mi pap. "Mi novia Polly" es un gran ejemplo. Una de mis comedias favoritas, pese a ser rematadamente estpida, jaja. Me quedo con la moraleja simplona de la peli de que vivir la vida se trata de derrotar temores, tal como le pasa al bueno de Reuben Feffer a lo largo de la pelcula. El speech que le da el padre de Reuben a Sandy cerca del final de la pelcula tambien es muy notable.Muy destacable la inolvidable actuacin de Phillip Seymour Hoffman (QEPD) como el eglatra Sandy Lyle. Hoffman gan un Oscar a mejor actor principal el ao siguiente a esta pelcula, un actor siempre serio, siempre slido y siempre actuando en buenos dramas. Por eso su papel de comedia en esta pelcula es una rareza total en su filmografa. Y muy chistosa.
Sam S (de) wrote: touching and sad I was clunched to a tissue box halfway through this great film
Robert G (fr) wrote: Quite possibly the worst movie ever made by anyone other than Ed Wood. Which, coincidentally, also makes it one of the funniest cinematic messes I've ever seen. Cannibalistic bears. Enough said.
Will D (ag) wrote: Nevermind the acting and music. The action is Top Drawer.
Tyler E (gb) wrote: Not Burts best movie, but a good start to the nacar theme.
Eric R (us) wrote: This is a magical film that is loaded with some really impressive imagery throughout. Cocteau takes the world as we know it, turning it into a magical realm where mirrors are turned into portals where the dead can entire the world of the living, and car radios pick up transmitions from this world after-death. The whole film's vision of life and death is incredibly impressive for the the time and it really sucked me completely into this world. It's a film that makes you really question the balance of life and death and how they are intertwine. The poet's journey into the world of the dead to save his wife was particularly great for me, the judge panel; the gloves, everything. If I had one problem with the film it would be that I never really felt a strong romantic connection between the our main protagonist, the poet, and his wife, who was killed by lady death. Otherwise, it does pretty much exactly what I want out of film; it transports the viewer into another world and while fantastical, it still rings true in everyday life.
James M (ag) wrote: The Wachowski Brothers pre-Matrix thriller is actually their best work. Well written & brilliantly acted. It almost comes off looking like a Coen Brothers movie.It's a shame the filmmakers became a bit obsessed with sci-fi following this great debut.
Tony M (nl) wrote: Good film and good acting. 4 stars.
Doctor S (es) wrote: This is what I'd call a big W.O.T. - a waste o' time. At this stage in her career, Melissa George is an accomplished actress who is much better than starring in a one-room play with minimal suspense that tries to Reservoir Dog the ending. Writer/director Amanda Gusack spends time filming a few artistic shots of urban decay in a warehouse presumably to enter in a state fair competition when she should have been redrafting her script a half-dozen more times.