Paul Harris works at a small research facility on the outskirts of Boston. After a weekend tryst with a co-worker leaves him wanting more, his unreciprocated desires gradually mold into an acute infatuation. When Danielle takes interest in a new scientist at the laboratory, Paul's suppressed resentments and perverse delusions finally become unhinged, triggering a horrific course of events that mercilessly engulf a tortured past and fugitive present.
- Stars:Alex Karpovsky, Jaime Ray Newman, Dennis Staroselsky, Amanda Good Hennessey, Dakota Shepard, Sean Sullivan, Richard Forbes, Marianna Bassham, Gabrielle Kuttner, Linda Oroszko, Nancy Gahagan, Leroy Brown, Quig Fenno, Luke Donovan, Michael Leo Judge,
- Director:Alex Karpovsky,
- Writer:Garth Donovan, Alex Karpovsky
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(es) wrote: Corruption? What Corruption..its FIFA! All scandals are all swept under the rug.
(ca) wrote: Late review : it 's August 2014 and I just watched Parkland. I was deeply moved by this movie, because it successfully demystifies one of the greatest trauma's in American history. At that same time it shows an historical bottom-up view of the shock this event had on the people who were confronted with it from close by. The film requires some notion of the political atmosphere in the early sixties to truly understand the impact this assassination had nationally and also internationally. No great theories here, it leaves the viewer behind with a seemingly chaotic reality behind which deep emotions emerge, invested in a man who was held a living symbol of the American Dream. Personally : best movie I've seen in years !
(au) wrote: I thought this was no where near as good as I had hoped considering the cast involved. I barely laughed and everything pretty much unfolded how you would expect. 5/10
(jp) wrote: Jaud, ganske morsom komi-"dokumentar" om en forsker som vier livet sitt til bevise at julenissen finnes.
(br) wrote: Pretty good movie the tone is slow but the concept and the acting make up for it B+
(ag) wrote: As an avid amateur puzzler and self-professed docujunky, I quite liked Wordplay. The film dives deep into the world of the New York Times crossword puzzle and tells us all about its history, enlightens us on how crossword puzzles are created, and gives us glimpses of the lives of the people who are attracted to the enigmatic little brain teaser that shows up in our newspapers every morning. And just like Spellbound (about the national spelling bee) and Word Wars (about competitive scrabble competitions,) Wordplay is way more fascinating than its subject matter would indicate. I was floored to discover that the best crossword enthusiasts in the world can solve a typical New York Times puzzle in less than two minutes and thirty seconds. I can't even write that fast, let alone think my way through a puzzle while doing it! Wordplay is a lot of fun.
(fr) wrote: Captivating, though (or perhaps because?) it's partially quite sick... Julianne Moore reveals all the darkest, rotten sides of her acting personality.
(ca) wrote: It is amazing I recommend this to anyone who hasn't seen it
(fr) wrote: Wonder what decision it made?
(au) wrote: This ultra low budget film gets points for style and concept, but goes no further.
(nl) wrote: The late great Rodney.
(jp) wrote: It's soooooo funny!! I loved it
(jp) wrote: Eh. It was what it was... I preferred Davies to the Steve Railsback in his portrayal of Manson but I half expected him to start babbling about Physics while explaining how to kill people.
(us) wrote: Have you ever watched 8-Mile? Or Notorious? Or Goodfellas? Or A Bronx Tale? Or anything...