A secret organisation offers wealthy people a second chance at life. The customer picks out someone they want to be and the organisation surgically alters the customer to look like the intended person, stages the customer's death, gets rid of the intended person and the customer takes on a new life.
- Stars:Frank Campanella, John Randolph, Frances Reid, Barbara Werle, Edgar Stehli, Aaron Magidow, De De Young, Françoise Ruggieri, Murray Hamilton, Thom Conroy, Jeff Corey, Will Geer, Richard Anderson, Rock Hudson, Khigh Dhiegh,
- Director:John Frankenheimer,
- Writer:Lewis John Carlino (screenplay), David Ely (based on the novel by)
An unhappy middle aged banker agrees to a procedure that will fake his death and give him a completely new look and identity - one that comes with its own price. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: A Monster Calls is a perfect adaptation of one of my favorite novels of all time. It is crushing, moving, happy, sad, funny, beautiful, and haunting, and most importantly, it is all of those things without ever feeling stagnant. Shifts in tone are fluid and never feel forced, and while nothing is sugar-coated in this unique 'cancer patient' type story, you won't be overwhelmed with emotions after the credits finish. Everything from the very important things like production design, music, acting, direction to the very subtle details such as the amount of time between lines to movement of the characters eyes is just absolutely perfect. Nothing feels out of place, everything will keep you engaged, and you will be transported to a world that feels very similar to our own, but couldn't be more different. Lewis Macdougall is fantastic as Conor, a young boy with a very different reaction to bad news than most children, and the supporting cast of very talented actors are perfect, playing the characters exactly as I imagined them when I first read the book. All in all, this is a movie that shouldn't be missed by anyone.
(nl) wrote: I had the opportunity of seeing her live in Tokyo, Japan. She is a truly amazing live performer. The best female singer of all time. It was worth the money to see her live and she is so down-to-earth. This movie reflects her world tour.
(mx) wrote: I enjoyed it!!! i really enjoyed it!It is not the best Korean movie but it is definetly worth watching!!!
(jp) wrote: Je viens de voir un excellent film, "Un monde meilleur". Film danois qui a gagn un oscar en 2011 contre le film "Incendies" de Denis Villeneuve. voir, pour les cinphiles!
(ru) wrote: She would have given cold fucking fusion to him, the guy who disguised himself and broke into her house to find out what she liked to fuck her, the same guy she knew for literally hours, if only he had just asked. Worst movie quote ever. Worst plot of any movie ever. Worst protagonist of any movie ever. Damn near one of the worst movies of all time.
(de) wrote: Rumor Has It has a moment or two where it feels like it might turn in to a good film but sadly it just floats along making unfunny jokes and uncomfortable situations.
(ca) wrote: Low Budget & Roughly Cut. The Ad-libbing Works For Some But Not For All Of These Select Short Stories. It Has It's Moments But Is Nothing Special. It Does Showcase How Really Bland People's Lives Can Be..Sad Really. The Black & White Grain Works Tho..
(gb) wrote: It's got Stephen King's magical sentimental spell allover it, wonderful.
(kr) wrote: oh my god this film is so funny.. but you will have to watch it twice at least and it just gets better and better... dry and funny
(ca) wrote: Just as played out as the previous two and doesn't add anything new.
(au) wrote: Blimey, this is a difficult watch after warming to Jim Carrey from Dumb and Dumber onwards. I was always relucant to watch any of his films at first and now I can see why. His nausiating catchprases and silly faces make you wanna put your foot through the screen. The story is dumb, the cast is poor, and only one or two funny moments redeems this from being a total disaster (for me at least, obviously this springboarded him to fame because so many others loved it, baffling really).
(mx) wrote: Dawn of the Dead is one of the best remakes out there.
(us) wrote: I think this is an instance of good source material lost on poor filmmaking and poorer editing still.
(ag) wrote: Two "hold-up boys," Don Gregor and Vic Brady, get caught in the act, and Gregor is forced to shoot an ex-police officer. Brady plays it cool, but Gregor insists that they turn themselves in. "We're cop killers. They don't like that," Gregor explains. Brady shoots him and hides his body behind a curtain in the kitchen. Wishing to disappear to escape the police, Brady enlists the help of Gregor's father, a plastic surgeon who admits, "Plastic surgery, at times, seems to me to be very, VERY complicated." The surgeon shows up to give Brady his new face, but when he finds his son's dead body STANDING(???) behind a curtain in the kitchen, he decides to have a little fun with Brady instead. Two weeks later, Brady's bandages come off, and he's horrified to find whose face is underneath. "Jail Bait," Ed Wood's attempt at gangster film noir, is unintentionally silly, ludicrous, and terribly enjoyable. And despite what Wade Williams says on the back of the DVD, the script is far from clever. Other highlights include: an embarrassing racist Vaudeville act, laughably inappropriate Spanish guitar score, and Dolores Fuller who is possibly the worst actress in history.
(br) wrote: A nice anthology of horror tales with a strange statue in a garden being used as the framing device.
(kr) wrote: I've read the book, and I like this movie. But the use of profanity went too far and the ending was utter crap and was quite inaccurate to the book.
(br) wrote: Mr. Washington's multi-layered performance and Mr. Scott's signature kinetic direction make for a thrilling and memorable experience.