After four years being in jail for insider trading, a man comes back home incarcerated, his wife therefore sinks into a deep depression. And her world unravels when a drug prescribed by her psychiatrist has unexpected side effects. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Yeon L (ru) wrote: It was funny, but made me think. I liked the catchy music as well.
Tom D (kr) wrote: A simple, well-told tale, largely unspoken, of remote village life where horses are all important.
Kathereene C (ru) wrote: I expected more from this movie, some scenes are slow... nonetheless a good watch.
Ari H (nl) wrote: Enjoyable timewaster. Not the best horror movie, but certainly not the worst either.
Jahanara Z (kr) wrote: I LOVE SHAHID KAPOOR1
Matthew C (ru) wrote: Master of subtlety Jesus Franco opens with a woman wearing nothing but a belt and cape, walking out of the fog (how artistic), and just rolls the sex train on through, never stopping for details like scripting or plotting. Shot with Franco's usual eye for...Oh, who am I kidding? Shot like a high school project by a kid who only took film class to talk to a girl, the movie seems to exist only as a means of shuttling Lina Romay from one oogy simulated sex scene to the next. And Lina Romay is a pretty girl. But at some point I think you have to say, 'put some dang clothes on and read some dialog.' Thank goodness for the extended facial hair grooming scene. I couldn't have lived without that. Franco makes Tinto Brass look like Orson Welles.
Gregory M (au) wrote: Typical George Clooney Movie, BORING!!!!!!!!!
James B (mx) wrote: Not a bad movie.....Costner's character is kind of creepy, but a decent romantic comedy.
Philip W (ag) wrote: A coming of age film focusing on a young man struggling with self identity and alcohol, The Spectacular Now does a good job focusing in on situations that a number of viewers could relate to in some way. Miles Teller portrays high school senior Sutter Keely, a young man in the midst of a new relationship with Aimee Finecky (Shailene Woodley) as he tries to reconnect with his father, graduate from school and do well at his job. Between the personable acting of Teller and the sweet, life like style and dialouge of Woodley's character, The Spectacular Now might not have one thing that separates itself as one of the best teen drama films, but it doesn't fall short by any means and keeps from depicting predictable cliche moments viewers have come to expect.