Arthur, one of Britain's angry young men of the 1960s, is a hardworking factory worker who slaves all week at his mindless job for his modest wages. Come Saturday night, he's off to the pub for a loud and rowdy beer session. With him is Brenda, his girlfriend of the moment. Married to a fellow worker, she is nonetheless captivated by his rugged good looks and his devil-may-care attitude. Soon a new love interest Doreen enters and a week later, Brenda announces she's pregnant. She tells Arthur she needs money for an abortion, and Arthur promises to pay for it. By this time, his relationship with Doreen has ripened and Brenda, hearing of it, confronts him. He denies everything, but it's obvious that their affair is all but over.
DeMarkus H (ca) wrote: Anthony Hopkins - nothing else needs to be said
Jack F (us) wrote: The movie is short. It is a 62 min movie. The movie is bad. The movie should be rated R. No one should see the movie. Chucky the doll is better than this movie. Who would go see this movie in the theater and pay 12 dollars? The movie is like every doll movie.
Mayank F (de) wrote: dat was disturbing........birth compiled awkwardness in a way dat made d writers delusional about whatever was happening on-screen (pretty much d problem wid bollywood). Nicole did her part but her character wasn't well written nor were the scenes. and other than that, u can't notice much going around.
Charlie L (es) wrote: Funny, entertaining and surprisingly well-acted by the two leads.
John M (it) wrote: Good Film very under the radar but a fantastic idea
Private U (nl) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie! I am a sucker for war and love movies though, it must be the fact that I'm a military girl. ;-)
Chris S (es) wrote: Three Outlaw Samurai begins in simple yet extravagant fashion. We see Shiba take a few steps in the mud followed by an extremely loud music cue and the title card written in Japanese Kanji. Six seconds into this chanbara film and I already know I'm going to love it. The film buys its time though as the first half of the film is mostly very talkative and swords are drawn only briefly before lengthy discussions begin once again. The storytelling is a high point as loyalty and the overall cause for all of this mayhem are always both relevant to the events taking place on screen. The cinematography is also brilliant, especially since this is the debut of Hideo Gosha. The well-choreographed and intense swordplay sequences are always captured with the most precise camera placement.While Three Outlaw Samurai may seem a bit slow at first, your patience will be rewarded. You'll become attached to the characters of Sakon Shiba, Kyojuro Sakura, and Einosuke Kikyo, get absorbed in their cause, and understand their decisions. As the swordplay and action becomes more frequent, you'll realize how truly amazing this film really is. Three Outlaw Samurai is a beautiful, well-written, and just a fantastic experience overall that is for fans of Seven Samurai, Shogun Assassin, and The Last Samurai.
Dave H (ag) wrote: No, I didn't watch this film just because the first word is the same as my wife's name. But that didn't hurt. It's kinda like a posh, pommy, B&W war-era, Enid Blyton-ish version of The Goonies. Basically a bunch of aimless boys (with the odd girl) craving adventure in post-war London, foil a gangster ring with kid tenacity. It's all a bit silly and shouty. But Alastair Sim is a riot in his brief role. And the best thing about the film is the location settings - some fascinating scenery of bombed-out mid-40s London. It's at least 50 years older than when I walked those streets, but it still makes me nostalgic as hell.
Terri H (br) wrote: No thanks - Not interested
Tommaso D (nl) wrote: Jason Segel signature is clearly visible in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, as it is genuinely funny and romantic.Good performances from the whole cast help it be the perfect Sunday afternoon movie.
Walter M (jp) wrote: While Marion(Vanessa Redgrave) goes to choir practice led by Elizabeth(Gemma Arterton), Marion's husband Arthur(Terence Stamp) spends his retirement either at home or hanging out with his friends at the pub. Just as the choir is getting ready for competition, Marion's cancer returns. Instead of trying to go through the rigors of chemotherapy again, she decides to concentrate on the choir...Aside from its saccharine plot, "Song for Marion" already has a couple of strikes going against it. First, its major attempts at humor come from seniors singing age-inappropriate songs. Plus, the world is really not ready for a super-perky Gemma Arterton. At the same time, Vanessa Redgrave and Christopher Eccleston are both very good in support. That brings us to Terence Stamp who carries and grounds the movie at the same time with his sensitive, yet tough, performance.