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Teenage runaway Cheryl splits from Ohio and ends up in Los Angeles staying at an old rundown hotel full of weirdos. The weirdest of all is George and he has a crush on Cheryl.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:1972
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rat,   decapitation,   hotel,  

When Cheryl and her roommate quarrel, Cheryl moves into her aunt's skid-row hotel in downtown L.A. rather than return home to Ohio. The lodgers are odd, Aunt Martha is a moralizer obsessed ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vishakh O (mx) wrote: Cliche story! But good dialogues, songs and visualization makes it appealing to the senses. Smart direction by Vineeth Sreenivasan. On the whole, good work!

Ryan H (ag) wrote: Fairly good concept. Bad choice of direction. Mediocre ending. Could have been more creative!

Diana C (kr) wrote: great pic...what good is this service if you don't have what I want.

William S (br) wrote: I love this movie. It is one of the best teen flicks out there and I would have not liked this if it was like the original script (a total R-rated piece of ...)

Manny C (es) wrote: No question Sigourney Weaver is an amazing actress, always infusing her characters with inimitable grace, intelligence and wit. Emile Hirsch is also a great actress and can definitely match her step for step. Seeing the two of them together in Imaginary Heroes has quite a charm all its own, almost enough to make you forget the fact that Imaginary Heroes, from debuting director Dan Harris, is just a carbon copy of Robert Redford's Ordinary People.Don't believe me? Here's the set-up: Matt (Kip Pardue, whatever happened to him?) is a star high school swimmer and the toast of his family. But then he kills himself, devastating his mother Sandy (Weaver) and his father Ben (Jeff Daniels). His brother Tim (Hirsch) nearly falls apart. Sure, there's more of a boldness to this film when Ben does all he can to cheer up his wife, including offering her plastic surgery, and especially when Tim has a gay encounter with the boy next door (Ryan Donowho). But the movie has no real personality of its own. It just amounts to a cop out.

Villi S (mx) wrote: its perhaps the most boring movie i have ever seen. the movie is also historically inaccurate. the acting is terrible but the accents (especially angelina jolie's accent) are the worst things about the movie.

Alberto Q (it) wrote: If you frequently go to the Cineteca then watch the movie otherwise stay away...

Maximus G (jp) wrote: Liked it more than the first one

Euro J (es) wrote: Brings back allot of 90's Memories.

John D (es) wrote: Perfect showcase for Eccleston's versatility.

Paul M (kr) wrote: Wouldn't think you could go wrong with this but it bored me and unfortunately I saw the French version which added hardcore scenes which were totally unerotic and out of place.

Michael H (es) wrote: A well filmed sequence of interesting events but lacking a hook or characters in whom I felt invested or sufficient narrative drive for me to really call it a story.

Blake P (kr) wrote: "21 Grams" is about sad people doing sad things, wishing they could be a different sad person for just a minute so that they can escape the pain they so constantly feel. Their lives never pick up -- they were never that great to begin with -- and so the film acts as a mangled study of truly messed up people, sometimes compelling and sometimes so downbeat you may as well give up and moan into a judgmental pillow. It is not a film to lift your spirits; see it for the emotions it brings, the jaw-dropping performances it contains. When reflecting on our pampered lives, the fact that people like the characters in "21 Grams" may exist reminds us how lucky some of us are, even if our ease is short-lived or tinged with a little bit of depression. We don't look down upon these people; we emphasize with them. Told in a non-linear fashion, "21 Grams" focuses on three characters with the fixation of a subtle Altman film. They are Paul (Sean Penn), Cristina (Naomi Watts), and Jack (Benicio Del Toro). Paul is unhappily married to Mary (Charlotte Gainsbourg), who longs for a baby but is rendered hopeless due to Paul's dangerous heart condition. Cristina, once a happily wed woman with two lovely young daughters, has lost her husband and kids in a bloody hit-and-run, turning back to past drug addictions to make herself feel something besides nothing. Jack is an ex-convict who is trying to curb his criminal and alcoholic ways through faith, but is failing miserably. These people are all connected in some way or another, but to reveal the source of their crossing paths would strip the film of the pleasures you won't have. Despite being one of the most depressing movies I have ever seen, "21 Grams" is still one of the best acted, bringing together a magnificently emotive ensemble and giving them what are perhaps the most rewarding (at least to watch) roles of their careers. Penn is a man torn between two equally devastating lives: in one, he is a sick man with a desperate wife clinging to his side; in the other, he is the co-dependent to a mentally unstable drug addict. Watts, in a performance so harrowing it would be a wonder if she didn't suffer while piecing together her characterization, is gut-wrenching as a woman so broken that we can only ask ourselves why she isn't shattered into a million pieces below our feet. And Del Toro is an embodiment of human suffering as a man who wants to atone for his sins but falls immediately after he stands up once again. Everything about "21 Grams" is phenomenal, but despite its triumphs, I still have reservations about Gonzalez-Inarritu's decision to edit the film in inconsequential order. Some movies have done it well ("Memento", without a doubt), but in "21 Grams"' case, it's a loud concern that undermines the connected stories. Because we don't get to see characters develop in the usual sense, it's harder to grasp them as people, grip their personal stories as if they are our own. If "21 Grams" isn't perfect and isn't tempting to embrace, that's beside the point. This is a frustrating but visceral film that overwhelms us with its sorrow, its despair. It doesn't feel good, sure, but one rarely gets the opportunity to experience something this exhilarating.

James O (br) wrote: In its own right this is a very decent Western but naturally it'll be compared to its predecessor which was an all time classic. I enjoyed it though.

Alexander C (nl) wrote: Could be worth a viewing, would like to see it sometime in the future.

Mackenie B (it) wrote: This movie reminds me of my friend Nic hmmmmm wonder y that is

Christopher T (mx) wrote: Tyler Perry never disappoints.