After the death of their loved ones in a tragic plane crash 'Harrison Ford' and Kristin Scott Thomas find each others keys in each others loved ones posessions and realize that they were having an affair and must figure out all the details. Written by Andy HeitzThe wife of Police Sergeant Dutch Van Den Broek and the husband of politician Kay Chandler are killed in a plane crash. Now Dutch discovers some anomalies in what he told her before she left and discovers that she and Chandler's husband were travelling together. Dutch then goes to Chandler and tells her that he suspects that they were having an affair. He tells her that he wants to know the truth; she tells him that she doesn't but she later joins him and they grow close.
Writer:Warren Adler (novel), Darryl Ponicsan (adaptation), Kurt Luedtke (screenplay)
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Benton M (jp) wrote: made it about 1/3 of the way before i gave up. horrible. nearly as bad as Trump
SteL P (br) wrote: Valerie Lemerecier, Gerard Depardieu & Fabrice Lucchini are so talented !The story is quite simple, not very elaborated. Edouard Baer is an excellent choice for Asterix, eventhough he portrayed the Scrib in #2 (#2 movie remains the best of all 4, too bad non French speaking cannot understand all the jokes!). Beloved Britains will certainly find it provocative and reductive but it is a parody! Chill out ! And it's not entirely false.
Josh K (us) wrote: If you wanted to describe this movie, I guess you could say it's about Smurfs.
Leonardo Malacay S (mx) wrote: Perversa historia de magia negra
Nicolas K (kr) wrote: ingenious....u can't con a con man expecting to be conned
Early B (fr) wrote: It's very easy to ostracise yourself from the rest of the world. I'm not simply talking digging yourself into a pit and living in it, failing to courtesy to the Queen or being Eli Roth. I'm talking about the psychological factors. Constantly tell yourself that you're a waste of space and soon, not only do you believe it, everyone else does. You're now a complete waste of space. Like Eli Roth. Whilst Noise's protagonist Constable Graham McGahan (Brendan Cowell) doesn't go to the lengths mentioned above, he finds himself alienated from people both physically and emotionally. He suffers from tinnitus; an ailment that begins to separate him from his girlfriend and his peers. He tells his girlfriend nothing of what's happening to him, so she begins to feel that they're growing apart. At work, he uses it to get him cushier shifts. The latter results in Graham being assigned the night shift at a police information van in one of the rougher suburbs of Melbourne, where a series of grisly murders have happened. Bored, lonely and having convinced himself that his tinnitus maybe the first stages of a tumour, Graham begins to interact with traumatized members of the community, eventually forming a friendship with the fiance of one of the murder victims. We also follow Lavinia (Maia Thomas), a young woman who witnesses the tail end of a murder on the very train she's taking home. Immediately viewed as a suspect, Lavinia begins to retreat into herself, refusing to open up about what she's seen. Upon discovering that the killer may have a named picture of her left on the train, she becomes paranoid that they will seek her out to keep her silent. Noise is less about the murders and more about the ramifications and how its main characters react to what's happening around them. For Graham, this becomes a journey of self-discovery, whilst Lavinia tries to rebuild her trust in people culminating in a meeting with Graham at his information van. McGahan and Thomas are strong and confident in their respective roles, giving them nuances that make them instantly believable. This is, in part, down to director, Matthew Saville's screenplay. He ensures that everyone, from the protagonist to the minor roles, are well-rounded characters with genuine depth. And though Saville only offers us glimpses into their lives, we never feel anyone is unnecessary or needs to be trimmed. Australia movies, like those in the UK, are rarely seen as glossy affairs, but Saville ensures that Noise visually competes with any drama that's pumped out of America on a regular basis. The sound engineering of the movie (yep, I'm going there) needs its own special mention. On occasion, it scoops us up and drops us into Constable Graham's inner world of tinnitus; helping you understand his frustration. The film does have its faults. The ambiguous ending could be seen as being self-indulgent and reminiscent of the finale of The Sopranos. However, it's a bold piece of work that, three years on, deserves the awards it's already garnered and more recognition than it gets.
Andruw F (de) wrote: Aside from some good jokes, gags, and scenes, this isn't very funny. But the funny parts are great! Very smart, and very funny! Steve Martin is fine, but it's not like he's anything special. He's funny at times, and annoying at times. What's really cool though is seeing Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in the real world again, and for a whole movie! Obviously this is going to be compared to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and obviously it's not as good. This movie is essentially about nothing, with Bugs and Daffy in the real world, and some funny parts thrown in. Kids will like this, adults will think it's alright. It's definitely not as bad as it could have been, which really helps it be a lot better!
Chris I (de) wrote: the first was pretty bad. cheesy in not a good way.
August W (es) wrote: Cheesey, but that's what makes it a Classic.
Charlie M (it) wrote: Godzilla is huge and destroys everything in his path but apparently he can live in sewers.
Eric W (nl) wrote: Jet Li should have been Kato.
Eric H (jp) wrote: Truly one of Woody's best all around movie's, ever. Even my die hard "I HATE Woody Allen Friends" love this movie when I force them to watch it. Woody and Farrow are at their best, Woody playing a long-lost historical schlemiel over the ages, somehow time making him immune to his past. It's brilliant !
Jukka K (jp) wrote: It's quite bad all around, but there's something about Terence Hill that makes me smile occasionally. I loved this when I was a kid.
Adam R (br) wrote: A tense thriller with outstanding acting from Audrey Hepburn. It's a classic well worth seeing. (First and only viewing - 12/23/2010)
Eduardo L (au) wrote: 7.2/10. 10-27-2016Original rating: circa October 2009 (6/10)
Tamara H (it) wrote: Possibly. Not too sure. The previews seem to be okay looking . . .
Sam M (au) wrote: Could have used a proper conclusion with O'Hara reuniting with the child. Otherwise it without question works as a late Wayne era Western.
Tit M (kr) wrote: film horreur absurde et decale quelques bonnes sequences et une bonne realisation