Sexual Life

Sexual Life

Disparate individuals rationalize their infidelities.

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Leo G (au) wrote: why did i get given a website link at the end of this film instead of a good ending

Andrew F (au) wrote: Such a shame, because as a huge fan of the book this movie in no way, shape, or form does it justice. They skip over some of the best parts, throw things together that to someone who has never read the book, would be utterly confused as to what is going on. Such a squandered opportunity. Hopefully someone down the road can come along and do the book justice (or maybe just do Rand's The Fountainhead), but until then we have this piece of garbage.Edit: Oh, and they have it take place in the 21st century when the book is based around the train and steel industries of the early 20th century. You've got to be kidding me.

Ian P (fr) wrote: This was just too heartbreaking, and not compelling enough, for me to watch all the way through.

Clint S (ag) wrote: I really like what I've seen

Carol Jean (ag) wrote: Another great movie that brings it home! This movie was made in Iowa, where I come from, and I remember when stuff like this was going on in the rural mid-west. It makes you heartsick. Richard Gere plays the older brother. This is a great story of what the government and big corporations did to the small farmers. Its a pitty. These brothers became rebels when pushed too far!

Scott M (de) wrote: My brother and I watched this with a friend of ours, and we groaned and poked fun at this film all the way through.In particular, we found the little boy irritating, and his whiny;"They went to warn Santa Claus, They went two hours ago."This is a kids movie. I'll stick to It's A Wonderful Life for my Christmas movie needs.

Daniel B (ca) wrote: Well put together with classic footage

Alia L (fr) wrote: One of the funniest movie's I've ever seen!!!!

Paul D (ru) wrote: A pretty good effort at representing life in a world taken over by dumb vampires.

Mark D (jp) wrote: Timecop is probably one of JCVD's best films, and remains a surprisingly well-made gem of '90s action cinema which seems to have been long forgotten over the years. The premise is relatively fresh, focusing on a police officer (Van Damme) who polices time travel in an attempt to stop those who wish to abuse it by going back and changing history for their own profit. This presents some fun scenarios as Van Damme travels back to various time periods and engages in some hand-to-hand combat. The fact that his character has a tragic story of his own helps to drive the film thematically, as he constantly struggles with his own desire to go back and save his wife from her untimely death. The action is raw and brutal, and Van Damme shows off his famous high-kicking techniques at numerous points. Sappy ending and gaping plot holes aside, this is a mindless action flick that is sure to satisfy fans of the genre.