The marriage of Faith and George Dunlap looks perfect but in fact it is in trouble. They both have affairs but while they attempt to go their separate ways, jealousy and bitterness reconnect them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shoot the Moon
After fifteen years of marriage, an affluent couple divorce and take up with new partners.
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Amarpreet S (es) wrote: the best indian film ive seen in my liife
Monty M (ag) wrote: Better than Pete's Christmas - but still watch Groundhog's Day Instead!
Carroll H (nl) wrote: Very nice production and history lesson, but hard to beat Bruce Lee's fierceness and expressions. Many familiar faces, as many of these actors and actresses do well in american movies. Wi Shu must be the Julia Roberts of China. I will look for her movies, starting with transporter ...
Matt C (jp) wrote: Not scary just trips you out psychological ok movie
Michael B (mx) wrote: A couple of funny bits, otherwise pretty dumb!
Paul S (us) wrote: Isablle Huppert (I Heart Huckabees, The Piano Teacher) = yes
Bonlie K (de) wrote: With all the talent and charm of Sandra Bullock and Harry Connick Jr this movie is just terrible, you really won't like her although she looks lovely..Kudos to the man who played her father, he was very good.
Carlos M (au) wrote: This classic landmark of huge advance and innovation in animation is an amazing roller coaster that blends so well a lot of entertaining adventure and delightful humor, while its main strength definitely lies in the endless charisma of its unforgettable characters.
J M (de) wrote: This movie could of been a page from my life story. Filmed in petaluma. Takes place during the draft and the Vietnam war. Psychedlic.
Bill B (de) wrote: A little something off the To-Watch Pile and another classic film crossed off the list. My first exposure to Greta Garbo, and it was nice to see Melvyn Douglas as her love interest, I've enjoyed him in everything I've caught him on before.Well worth a rental.
Suellen P (br) wrote: A very inetersting movie and Marlene is so beautiful...OMG. One of her best.
Todd S (ag) wrote: While having discussions about modern comedies, and thinking about which films will stand the test of time, the film, Grandma's Boy is always brought up, and I could never understand why. I saw this film when it first came out and was less than impressed, still I'm constantly hearing about the film and decided to give it a second chance, to see if I was missing something. What I always admired about this film, was that Adam Sandler finally gave his underlings the chance to shine. With experience comes knowledge, and the possibility of being more than just one liners in the middle of one of his films, that was the hope anyway. The story follows an adult game tester named Alex (Allen Covert), who is forced to move in with his Grandmother and become part of her Golden Girls lifestyle. Along with her and her roommates, there are several funny moments, but nothing to write home about. The rest of this film just isn't that funny! Most films about losers, connect to the audience and make you pull for them in the end, but when it comes to Alex, I just really didn't care all that much. In typical Sandler form, there is a girl and some weird conspiracy involved, but the whole thing wasn't even good enough for the man who starred in Jack & Jill, so to call it one of the funniest movies of all time, it isn't even close. It's evident to see what the writers were going for, but the fact of the matter is, that the characters just aren't that interesting, and the film isn't raunchy or slap-stick enough to be anything more than a passing memory.
Fran G (gb) wrote: This is one of the best movies that I have seen in ages. It is thoroughly entertaining while being thoughtful at the same time. The women in this movie may seem simple at first glance, but by the end of the movie, you will realize that they are fully developed women with many facets to their personalities. It is clear that the writer, Angus, MacLachan, understands women and appreciates them. This movie will not disappoint you!