Lucy takes a babysitting job, only to find out something evil lurks downstairs.
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Cylus O (nl) wrote: This movie was rubbish, time I will never get back.
Frances S (au) wrote: A Czech movie about the value of home. Also a devastating love story. Beautiful colours, happy families.
beth g (fr) wrote: anover great jeramy sumpter film
Kyle B (br) wrote: A really terrific film with an amazing performance from the always great Emily Watson. This might be her finest performance and I can see why she was nominated for this role. Rachel Griffiths is also good but Emily definitely carries the movie more than Rachel. David Morrissey is also great in a supporting role. Beautiful music, cinematography, writing, and excellent sound design capturing this real woman's talents in the music industry.
Cassie H (de) wrote: A story that will inspire anyone to stop at nothing to reach their dreams! :) I love this movie!!! :) I can watch it over and over again! :) Robby Benson is soooo cute and so is Lynn Holly Johnson!!! :) I love Robby Benson. :) Love this so much! :)
Marko S (au) wrote: all right, it is some kind of progress of narration from faces, and it's still good on a micro plan. but the problem starts with not enough narration, no action at all, the movie is talky to boredom, and the characters are developed only in the matter of their own co-relation.
David W (us) wrote: Sunrise is perfect as F.W. Murnau's look on the power of true love in marriage. Also with lavish design and cinematography that would engross you to the story.....
David F (br) wrote: this movie was funny and entertaining, but don't take to much time to think about it or you will ruin the experience.
Erik P (es) wrote: I found the film "Hitchcock" to be perfectly enjoyable for both lovers of Hitchcock, movies, or filmmaking. This 2012 film is based on the book "Alfred Hitchcock and The Making of Psycho" and covers this time period perfectly. From the set designs to the wardrobe and hairstyles, everything looks like 1959. Fans of Alfred Hitchcock will find the film fairly accurate to his life and relationships. The main centerpieces of this film are both leading actors, Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, who both do an outstanding job at portraying Hitchcock and his wife Alma Reville. While some may call Hopkins portrayal more of an imitation, I found him to be wholly convincing and at times moving. Helen Mirren tears down the house with her acting and confidence, showing how tough the wife of legendary Alfred Hitchcock had to be at times. The scene where Alma Reville rebukes Hitchcock for not being grateful for her support should have immediately gotten Mirren an Oscar nom. Technically speaking, the film looks great. Cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth keeps things crisp and classy, allowing the scenes to show off the great characters and accurate set pieces. At 98 minutes, the film feels very tight and moves along perfectly, never outstaying its welcome. A scene towards the end showing Hitchcock out in the lobby of "Psycho's" first public screening, conducting the audience's reaction, shows me that love and accuracy went into this film, as the real Hitchcock was known for playing his audience's reactions like a musical conductor. While not a perfect film or masterpiece, "Hitchcock" is a tidy and accurate movie that will entertain average moviegoers, lovers of filmmaking, and the true Hitchcock lover inside us all.
Alex K (mx) wrote: excellent character driven movie!