A 2003 documentary film about women on Wall Street following the lives of four Wall Street women - a research analyst, a currency trader, an NYSE floor broker and a rookie investment banker. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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James C (br) wrote: Reminded me of what selfless love really is. Rachel learned from the best. A joy to watch for anyone.
Rafael S (mx) wrote: o final da trilogia o mais interessante de todos
Mloy X (br) wrote: Theodore (Joaquin Phoenix): Sometimes I think I have felt everything I'm ever gonna feel. And from here on out, I'm not gonna feel anything new. Just lesser versions of what I've already felt.This was a really intriguing film; although the subject is quite topical especially with the significant advancement in technology, especially VR-related technology in recent years and the advent of ultra-realistic androids just over the horizon, this film is not so far fetch. Granted, the film isn't really a novel idea since I'm pretty sure there was either (or both) an Outer Limits or Twilight Zone episode out there that dealt with a similar subject. But overall, the film was excellent, Joaquin Phoenix, as strange as he is now, is still a very credible and outstanding actor.
Norm d (mx) wrote: Movie love. Terrific, as is HTTYD2. And the flying scenes are beautifully aviation realistic - this observation from a pilot.
Nadia Hana S (ca) wrote: An endearing love story. You gotta love the female lead.
Adam R (ag) wrote: (First and only viewing - January 2010)
Richard M (kr) wrote: Not a bad movie, if all you want to see is two big name stars have loads of sex, then this is your movie. If you want a realistic story with a realistic ending, skip it.
The Critic (gb) wrote: This gem about adolescent homosexuality may - in its broader context - not offer anything that hasn't been seen before, but it knows how to have fun and, at the same time, doesn't stray from reality (except perhaps from the romanticised conclusion). The script by Jonathan Harvey (adapted from his own stage play) is humane and touching, funny and relatable. Director Hettie Macdonald's style is ideally restraint, preventing the excellent cast - made up of predominantly newcomers to the big screen whose experiences lay in theatre, television, and even radio - from entering into melodrama. As the central mother figure of the piece, Linda Henry is absolutely suburb; a strong-willed and likeable character whose relationship with Ben Daniels' loveable hippy is nice portrayed. As the Mama Cass-obsessed young neighbour, Tameka Empson is a delicious find that shouldn't go unnoticed. And as for our love-bound protagonists, Glen Berry and Scott Neal are in top form here. The journey these two lads undertake in discovering who they really are - and struggling with the thought of its inevitable consequences - is, indeed, a very beautiful thing. A classy blue-collared love story.
TTT C (ag) wrote: Here's another film rating.
Mason W (br) wrote: Any movie with Meat Loaf in it just has to be great!!!!!
Jeff B (br) wrote: Good movie about three people who kidnap a 14 year old girl and hold her ransom, but little do they know that a young boy saw them do the whole thing. Unfortunately, the little boy is a mute and has parents who never pay attention to him. Entertaining with some occasional dark comedy (or maybe the comedy was unintentional). I loved the ending though.
James C (fr) wrote: great funny chemistry early on and the end, but looses its charm midway through with the mum and neighbour side story
Andrew J (kr) wrote: great film like all the work put into it
Barbara R (ca) wrote: enjoyed it very very much!!!