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Glamoura D (it) wrote: While not expecting anything, I was pleasantly surprised. Good idea for a plot; a little gruesome; gets a little silly (especially the end); but entertaining for a rainy afternoon. NOT FOR KIDS.
Huw G (us) wrote: Mostly a feel-good documentary, with only limited insight into the rest of the dancers' lives. However the positivity is uplifting, and the dancing fast and amazing.
Liam M (it) wrote: Funnily enough ill be watching this this weekend thanks to Greg!
Alexey F (ag) wrote: It is utterly disconcerting that it is mentioned in the credits, that the vagina shown on screen does not belong to the lead actress.Why do they do things like that?!
Daniel t (fr) wrote: Beautifully shot motion picture.
Nathan N (mx) wrote: 5ive? 12 year old dance partys? Late 90's? Why not.
A New Me (de) wrote: i loved this movie it is one of my favorites.
Ryan A (ca) wrote: Great movie, loved it!
Dave R (au) wrote: an entertaining gangster flick but not a great one. the lead actor, loren dean, just doesn't seem "hard" enough to survive in the underworld.
J K (au) wrote: Pulp fiction at its best.
Andrew B (it) wrote: Not my favorite Kurosawa film, but, it is a compelling look into what devides insanity from sanity. Plus, Toshiro Mifune gives one heck of a preformance in this flim, I honestly did not recognize him, and Takashi Shimura is great, as always. Good film, but a bit bogged down in the middle section. Great ending though.
Allan C (nl) wrote: Oddball comedy/film noir from producer Howard Hughes, initially directed by John Farrow and then almost entirely reshot by director Richard Fleischer. The film is a crazy hodgepodge of ideas and story lines, but it all seems to go together in some outrageous fashion that's made it something of a cult classic. Robert Mitchum is brought down to Mexico under the guise of a big payoff, where he runs into the gorgeous Jane Russell. At the resort is also Raymond Burr as a Lucky Luciano-like figure hiding out, Vincent Price as a hammy actor providing some satire of Hollwood and Jim Backus as a funny busybody tourist. There's also Tim Holt and Charles McGraw. Mitchum and Russell are a great on-screen couple, but Vincent Price manages to steal every scene he's in and this is probably my favorite of his non-horror film roles. Since the film is a hodgepodge of ideas all thrown together, it does end up feeling a bit over long, but it's all so fun, it's hard to complain too much.
Eric R (de) wrote: Stephen Byrne, a wealthy writer, has just hired a new attractive maid. He tries to seduce her while his wife is away, but when she resists, he strangles her to death. His brother arrives and Stephen convinces him, with much resistance, to help in hide the body. Time passes and Stephen begins to prophet off the publicity of Emily's death, as it begins to help his book sales. As the cops begin to gather clues, Stephen gets nervous and uptight and deviously begins to realize that it would be easy to pin the crime on his brother. House By The River is a solid thriller that features a great lead performance by Louis Hayward as the devious writer. The relationship between these two brothers is really fantastic, as they are brotherly but at the same time never seem to trust each other, which in the end turns out to be a good idea. Fritz Lang elevates the film with some killer black and white cinematography particularly during the murder of the maid and the night where the two brothers hide the body in the river. Its fascinating to know that Fritz Lang intially wanted the maid to be a black women but was vetoed by the studio. Would love to have seen what he did with that, but its a solid film either way.
Mohammed A (jp) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Hugh G (jp) wrote: Cussacks shit it's shit full stop
Meleki S (jp) wrote: Great comedy for the whole family!
Andy P (it) wrote: An interesting dramatic tale of modern warfare where the killing may be executed thousands of miles away from the actual act, but the moral complexities are just as wrought with complications and grey areas as ever before.