Phoenix officeworker Marion Crane is fed up with the way life has treated her. She has to meet her lover Sam in lunch breaks and they cannot get married because Sam has to give most of his money away in alimony. One Friday Marion is trusted to bank $40,000 by her employer. Seeing the opportunity to take the money and start a new life, Marion leaves town and heads towards Sam's California store. Tired after the long drive and caught in a storm, she gets off the main highway and pulls into The Bates Motel. The motel is managed by a quiet young man called Norman who seems to be dominated by his mother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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James S (de) wrote: Funny, over the top and gory with an awesome soundtrack.
Benjamin O (it) wrote: Extreme awkwardness.
Angelina C (nl) wrote: Oh so bland n ridiculous
Brendan N (ru) wrote: Twilight zone wannabe is harmless fun
Somak S (de) wrote: hrithiks acting and dancing skills stupefy u
Paula N (it) wrote: My kind of love story.
Daisy E (de) wrote: Awh, this film is cute, you know. I wouldn't say it's amazing but for what it is, it's entertaining, I cared about the characters and I got frustrated when the plot didn't go the way I wanted it to. I wanna give this a rewatch now I know the plot so I can appreciate the other things which I don't think I did enough of i.e. music, side characters, acting etc. I was just in the mood to watch an old-school romance and that's what I got. The boombox scene (which is all I knew about this movie) wasn't as WHOAH as I expected but maybe that's what's so great about it, is that it wasn't a big overblown plot point but it still has a place in lots of audiences hearts. I think this could be a regular go-to film for me. John Cusack is a little cutie and his hopeless romantic character is a believable and real performance. As is Diane Court who's family struggles bring an unexpected struggle to the couple. The ending is so heart-warming and leaves you wanting a little bit more but that's what you want from a film. You're put in the characters shoes. You're happy and got what you want with the couple but you have no idea what's round the corner, just hope and love.
Doctor S (fr) wrote: Psychiatrist/author Lindsey Crouse, an icy observer who smokes more than a tire fire, gets more than she expects after getting involved with con man Joe Mantegna and his cronies. Hailed by Roger Ebert as the best film of 1987 (and 3rd on Siskel's list), there were certainly far fewer films of this devious ilk back then, but the modern seasoned film enthusiast will probably deduce the destination several stops ahead of time. Still a good watch though, one of David Mamet's best scripts and as director he uses light & shadow to good effect.
Leonardo v (us) wrote: labirint strasti - nije mogao bolje nazvati film, netko nadje put van ... a netko uvijek ostane unutra. najcesce tamo zavrsavamo zbog necega sto se dogodilo i sto odredjuje nase lutanje, ili traganje za izlazom. no postoje i oni koji tamo zavrsavaju samo da bi upotpunili svoj zivot tim kratkotrajnim smislom, ali svaki put ..postaju sve gladniji i zele vise ... gdje je kraj ... nema ga...takvi ostaju unutra...namjerno se necu doticati scena incestuoznih odnosa oca i kceri, homoseksualnih odnosa, odnosa vise ljudi istovremeno, i svih mogucih seksualnih odnosa... jer na neki nacin sve je to sranje ... prije ili kasnije to shvatimo. u cemu je fora onda? fora je u razbijanju tabu tema, u otkrivanju covjeka bez maske, covjeka bez cenzure drustva, i mozda najbitnije - trazenju izlaza iz labirinta... samo, nije jos svatko spreman suociti se sam sa sobom. priznati da luta. priznati da nezna sto radi. lakse je igrati ulogu nekoga tko nisi nego uistinu znati tko si. ali to je samo zamjena za pravu stvar, dio onoga sto mozes biti, zato ti uvijek nesto fali i nisi zadovoljan. sto onda napraviti. odgovor je jednostavan, nadji izlazak iz labirinta.
Ten K (us) wrote: "im from out there.. so dont, go there!"-Notorious BIG
Heather M (ag) wrote: Eek! An Elvis Presley movie that I must never watch!!!
bob l (fr) wrote: My first real exposure to this subject was engaging throughout and certainly didn't pull any punches.