Right Yaaa Wrong
A decorated and disabled Police Officer becomes suspect in a double homicide.
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Dennis L (nl) wrote: A deep storytelling of a subject many think is a shallow subject.
ned w (de) wrote: Although it's only storytelling in a very loose sense, it's insightful, honest and courageous. It captivated me from the beginning, the female narration mesmerizing me. Probably not a good film to watch when tired, and definetly only to be viewed with an open mind.
Tom S (jp) wrote: This thriller requires the viewer to enjoy ghost stories. I don't.
Kyle M (ag) wrote: Even though there are un-appealing moments that had failed to achieve their purposes to follow the formula to bring laughs, the only laughs that were brought to this comedy were its two main comedic stars (mostly Carell). (B)(Full review coming soon)
Toby E (ca) wrote: The classic tale of self discovery and changing of ways for these two lads. Can be slow at times but the way the tales has been told is slightly different than usual. Good to watch to pass time or if your chopping veg like I was!Mildly heart warming.
Rodd R (de) wrote: Good little Aussie flick. Has its moments of brillance and moments of stupidity. Not spectacular and lacks the quality of a great movie.
Citien P (us) wrote: A visual carnival that continues to inspire...
Luiserghio M (fr) wrote: Es divertida y complicada, pero la pelicula la cargan los actores, Walter Matthau y Ingrid Bergman dan buenas actuaciones, pero la gente recuerda esta pelicula porque fue la que le dio a Goldie Hawn su Oscar, ella es un gran impacto porque es fresca, y define una epoca y pocas veces se habia visto un personaje como este, 6.5/10.-
William M (ca) wrote: wartime propoganda - definitely not one of Hitch's best.Stilted dialog and acting
Joe H (br) wrote: Utterly disappointing, poorly conceived and even more poorly executed, Gosford Park is a rudderless mess of a film with less to say than it would have you believe. Julian Fellowes' script is a wealth of entertaining little glimpses into the intersecting lives of the servant class and the bourgeoisie, but its success is limited to these independent glimpses. As a story, Gosford Park lacks coherent structure, continuity, and frankly interest. It's a meandering tale with much on its mind but little to say. Altman devotes too much time to aimless, dead-ending subplots and not enough to the characters who really matter. I am still baffled by Ryan Philppe's inclusion as curious faker and can only assume that he wandered onto this set purely by accident. Amidst the cornucopia of half-written half-characters, Maggie Smith probably fares the best as a comically snobbish countess, and she gets the best lines. Elsewhere, the film stumbles into murderous tedium and the monotony of its own narrative.