- Stars:Santo, Gina Romand, Mario Orea, Jorge Peral, Jesús Camacho, Jessica Munguía, Fernando Osés, Bigotón Castro, Guillermo Hernández, Estela Peral, Jorge Fegán, Martha Lasso Rentería, Fernando Saucedo, Nathanael León, Julio Ahuet, Aleksey Chadov, Jacques Gamblin, Marina Kim, Larissa Batourova, Anya Petoushinova, Roman Jilkin, Nikolai Smirnov,
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Peter P (gb) wrote: Funny in parts, but way too dirty, although I give him credit for sticking with his delivery, even when it seems to not be getting a response, that takes guts.
fay M (kr) wrote: only one love. very beautiful
Noname (fr) wrote: This is very much the same as the japanese version and that one was alot better. But thats often the case with these remakes.
Bob L (us) wrote: Great intense English drama...Both camps are infuriating at the same time...well worth finding!
Jennifer A (au) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Crimes of Passion[/b], directed by Ken Russell, is an erotic thriller stars Kathleen Turner as a sports designer who masquerades as a hooker. Anthony Perkins stars as a preacher with sins of his own. [b]The Presidio[/b], directed by Peter Hyams, stars Sean Connery and Mark Harmon whom are investigating a murder at a military base. [b]The Blue Lagoon[/b], directed by Randal Kleiser, stars Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins as two young lovers stranded together on a remote island. Generallt considered to be one of thw worst movies ever made for good reason...it's dreadful! [b]Hamburger Hill[/b], directed by John Irvin, is a Vietnam war film about a group of marines trying to capture one hill. The main problem with this film is the lack of a central character. It's a pretty average war film. It does fetaure Don Cheadle in a very early role. [b]Wired[/b], directed by Larry Peerce, is the biography of John Belushi. He deserved better than this wretched film. [/size]
RiP M (gb) wrote: Inventive update of the Bizet opera, but some of the subtleties get lost in translation, which exposes a few plot holes. Dandridge was never better.
Robert R (nl) wrote: 3 days to kill is a measly structured action-thriller that shows clear signs of re editing. it feels like part of it was film was missing it is a film that feels rushed in the editing room just to finish the final product in the last minute. their were so many characters and plot points happening at the same time that i immediately lost track on what was going on and subplots are forgotten about than are brought up again. the script feels like it was rewritten to have more family bonding then rewritten to have action then rewritten to bring in characters then rewritten to have comedy.its not without its moments but it gives you to much to focus on and it feels like this was rushed in post-production.
Reece L (es) wrote: Moderately funny but deeply flawed in its misguided focus on an uninteresting and vapid asshole of a main character who's essentially a collection of indie clichs stitched together, Greenberg is a lesser Baumbach endeavor that fails as both a romance and a comedy (additionally, someone needs to put a stop to this recent trend of indie films treating their characters' mental illnesses as if they were some quirky and endearing source of comedy).