Rich Relations

Rich Relations

A secretary finds herself being romanced by a "ladies man". What she doesn't know is that it's her boss who really loves her.

A secretary finds herself being romanced by a "ladies man". What she doesn't know is that it's her boss who really loves her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Eduardo S (jp) wrote: muy buena pelcula, la actuacin de Marion Cotillard es excelente, muy recomendada.

Gareth P (de) wrote: On order from amazon.

Kyle W (ag) wrote: WTF did i watch i mean happy madison has made really really awful films this grown ups 2, jack and jill and thats my boy r consider the worst in my view not worst happy madison movies but worst movies of all time

Eric L (mx) wrote: You will get something from it. Have a look.

Veniea T (ru) wrote: I hope that it is good

Kristina K (br) wrote: I'm very surprised. Great story, great acting, it is a very odd movie which leaves you thinking.

WS W (ag) wrote: I used to love watching spoofs by Mel Brooks/ Leslie Nielson.

Jayden C (jp) wrote: kool as man dis movie rulzzz

Brenda B (br) wrote: good movie watched as a young girl

Robert F (kr) wrote: nothing like the book

Stella D (au) wrote: a medical thriller where widmark gets to play the hero for a change. he's a public health doctor racing the clock to prevent an outbreak of plague in new orleans. jack palance is a very effective villain in his film debut. good suspense

Rod G (fr) wrote: "Un Chien Andaluo" es quizs la ms representativa obra de Buuel en lo que se trata a toda su obra. Y aunque sea surreal en su plenitud tan magnfica como la palabra misma sigue siendo incomprensible para algunos.

Albert K (ca) wrote: Spike Lee, dare I say, is the first Hollywood spokesman of black culture, and what do you know, Denzel's involved with another one of his projects, "He Got Game". "He Got Game" may just seem like just another basketball movie but underneath the hood is a compelling story about tension between a father and son. And for the most part, the story sells itself. Coupled with the great Denzel and even Ray Allen, there's a lot of opportunity. However, because this film was made near the beginning of the permeation of black culture into Hollywood, it fails to develop a true tone that encapsulates what black culture is truly about. Don't get me wrong -- Spike Lee vividly portrays the culture through the narrative, but the writing and the score becomes extremely tacky. Raw and gritty scenes occur throughout which is, at times, shocking but it's all paired with a very "Disney" like music. It's extremely jarring.In the end, it's all about how effective the movie was. And was it? Absolutely. With the sharp direction from the eyes of Spike Lee, to the superb acting from Denzel, "He Got Game" not only sells itself as a captivating story, but also as a solid film.

Josh M (es) wrote: I shouldn't have bothered to see this movie. A horrible screenplay mixed with horrible acting mixed with a director that made a movie that just don't know how to entertain, sums up to the Max Payne movie. First off, the movie is really boring. I can't think of an action scene that lasted more than 30 seconds. So it can't be a good action movie. Because of the dissapointing performances, you can't watch it as if it were a drama. Basically, there's nothing to watch and there's nothing to think about during the movie other than thinking about whether you should leave the theater, turn off the TV, or if you should throw away the DVD. My score for Max Payne is 10%.

Robert R (mx) wrote: Spielberg successfully adapts H.G. Wells' classic science-fiction novel into a more intimate and human tale of survival for modern audiences. And, though the film's infamous ending may indeed be worthy of all the infamy it has accrued over the years, "War Of The Worlds" is still a pretty fantastic film. The thrilling set piece design, engrossing performances, and surprisingly enduring visual effects all add up to an incredibly memorable and occasionally horrifying experience that shouldn't go unnoticed.