Samson & Delilah

Samson & Delilah

Samson and Delilah's world is small- an isolated community in the Central Australian desert. When tragedy strikes they turn their backs on home and embark on a journey of survival. Lost, ...

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Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Take The Poseidon Adventure. Put it on a train. Add yer zombie apocalypse. Stir. Alright.

Arpita M (br) wrote: This isn't the first time a great life has been turned into a mediocre movie. Mehra fails to find the real story and drama in the film.

Courtney S (nl) wrote: A well-told story of a really potent political issue - the invocation of eminent domain where public subsidies are used to enrich developers (also including a stadium, real Dave Zirin territory here). The documentary stretches over many years, optimistic promises, the economic crash and the subsequent stand-still in construction, the non-existence of promised jobs and fare hikes due to the developer paying only 20% he promised the MAT. It's an I-told-you-so sort of loss, but one that's well documented and because it followed the entire process, showed that yes the pastor (who lives in New Jersey) and the self-styled grassroots representative of Brooklynites were both paid off by the developer, that the jobs never do appear and that Jay-Z may be on the developer's side but Rosie Perez, Steve Buscemi and John Turtorro are on the side of those fighting it, which is a good and kickass place to be.

Monique R (br) wrote: The only thing good about this movie is Charlize - Charlize - Charlize!And despite my despise of every Twilight movie, I actually think that Kris is a great actress! (check the history). But, could they not have cast such a horrid Snow White????? The overall "idea" of the story was awesome (aka Ravenna's story). They dropped the ball everywhere else.I actually like "Snow White: A Tale of Terror" better - no lie! ??

Jason C (mx) wrote: Having worked on this it would be unfair to rate, however it must be said for a British film not about Gangsters or Bonnets to receive worldwide release, that is a worthy achievement in itself.

Juan Jos G (gb) wrote: Es una pelicula muy fresca con una historia muy interesante y si digo mas la arruinaria para aquellos que deseen verla

Dimity P (gb) wrote: Gah, I am more amused by 22 minutes of the show than an hour and a half of this movie. Had its moments but they were few and far between.

(ag) wrote: Cast: Billy Bob Thornton, Hank Azaria, Ryan Phillippe, Jamie Lee Curtis, John Lithgow, Ted Danson, Judge Reinhold, Kelly Lynch, Jon Tenney, Jon Bon Jovi Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal Summary: After their boss, Malcolm (John Lithgow), gets killed, bumbling trio of marijuana farmers Jack (Billy Bob Thornton), Carter (Hank Azaria) and Harlan (Ryan Phillippe) figure they might as well take over Malcolm's lush business and cash in on $5 million worth of product. Unfortunately, they never bargained on how difficult -- and dangerous -- it is to sell so much. My Thoughts: "Man was this movie a snooze fest. Who knew a movie about some boofy (Marijuana) could be not only this boring, but in no way funny. It runs way to long for the story it is trying to tell. I kept looking at the time, which is never a good sign while watching any film. Just not worth the watch at all. Whats more surprising then this film being a bore, is how much talent is in the film. Not only the leads, but they had some cameo's from good actors like Ted Danson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Jamie Lee Curtis. Why they all signed on to do this film baffles me. Just a bad script and everything else."

Shawn W (au) wrote: Cutting edge drama is delivered in this film about a new janitor at a top fencing school with a mysterious background who turns out to be a very talented swordsman in his own right.

Rhiannon P (nl) wrote: Ah, it kept my interest, and I wasn't bored the entire time. But seriously, what a weird combo of actors. Christian Slater has a weird looking face, Patrick Dempsey - HAHAHAHAHAHA - I couldn't keep myself from laughing everytime I saw him on the screen - HAHAHAHAHA - as a Jewish mobster, Richard Grieco...he was in Night At The Roxbury, right? Because he was on 21 Jump Street or something, and then there's Costas Mandylor. Call me weird, but HOLY SHIT HE IS FUCKING HOT. OH. WOW.

John K (de) wrote: I've lost count of how many times I've seen this film: it was one that we watched over and over again when I was at boarding school. There are some very funny scenes, but also a strong storyline, and looking at it now (25 years later) I can admire how well crafted it is.The music is excellent too; nowadays I mainly associate Danny Elfman with Tim Burton's films, but he demonstrates much more range here, going from poignant to jubilant while keeping the same leitmotif. The cast do a great job; although there are only two names on the poster, it's arguably more of an ensemble piece.It is a product of its time: people are smoking in almost every scene, in places where it would be illegal nowadays (e.g. in restaurants and on public transport). There's also a lot of swearing in this film. I wouldn't say that it's essential to the plot, but if you are going to watch this film then don't bother watching it on TV because they'll make really obvious cuts and dubs.

Christopher A (ag) wrote: Great family adventure with favorite characters.

Ellen F (nl) wrote: Must see. The man can run.

Bill T (it) wrote: Good Drummond movie, fairly atypical actually, that has Drummond trying to rescue Damsel in Distress. Ray Milland is a pretty good Drummond, his performance keeps the movie going.

Diganta B (de) wrote: absolute story telling for establishing political propaganda unless history

Jillian S (jp) wrote: Diane Keaton is definitely how I want to be when I grow up

Dave J (gb) wrote: Friday, October 29, 2010 (1980) Any Which Way You Can COMEDY If people liked the first "Every Which Way But Loose" of two, they will expect more of the same form this second installment which has no plot but has to be enjoyed in terms of segments with of course the orangutang Clyde and the clumsy motorcyle gang stealing the film. This time has Eastwood and company being provoked to bout this supposedly ace street boxer for money and bragging rights. This one as well as the last installment is also one of few films that didn't have Eastwood portraying ex- girlfriend Sandra Locke as a victim of an assault! The sole idea of this series came from Walter Hill's "Hard Times" which is also about a street boxer! 3 out of 4

Darrin C (es) wrote: Masterfully acted and apparently a pretty accurate portrayal of the great Ray Charles' life story. I'm an action type of guy usually, but I can't stop watching this film. Any time someone puts it on, I'm watching like it's my first time. All the actors' interchange with each other is superior than what most movies have and the story of Ray Charles is indeed interesting enough to keep one craving to see (pun intended)!