An atmospheric psycho thriller told from the perspective of a young woman who is the apparent victim of a conspiracy, and who later becomes herself a perpetrator. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An atmospheric psycho thriller told from the perspective of a young woman who is the apparent victim of a conspiracy, and who later becomes herself a perpetrator.
- Stars:Sathyan, Sheela, Madhu, Kottarakkara Sridharan Nair, S.P. Pillai, Adoor Bhawani, Adoor Pankajam, Lata, Kottayam Chellappan, Rajakumari, J.A.R. Anand, Paravoor Bharathan, Kothamangalam Ali, Philomina, Brigitte Hobmeier, Johanna Wokalek, Martin Wuttke, Xaver Hutter, Erni Mangold, Gabriel Barylli, Walfriede Schmitt, Peter Fitz, Nina Fog, Markus Hering, Roland Jaeger, Antonia Jung, Günther Kaufmann, Ursula Ofner, Mirjam Ploteny,
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Kara A (ca) wrote: It was so terrible that you have to see it. Laughably awful. A genuine abomination
Daniel P (au) wrote: It took a while to warm to the newer material, (much of it from the 2010 album Le Noise), but Neil has still got it... as a recording songwriter. Live, Shakey is getting shakier, and this splicing of a Massey Hall concert with footage from a rambling drive down Highway 11 didn't really do the show any favours. Neither did Demme's heavy-handed, cheap-looking graphic supers about the four students killed in the Kent State riot (sung about in "Ohio"). I'd have liked to have been at the show, and in the end I did like the newer songs - particularly the spruced up 70s rocker, "Hitchhiker" - but this is late Neil, and this DVD is primarily for the collectors.
Caitlin R (es) wrote: Love the film and it had just encouraged me to buy the book series!
kiarah P (fr) wrote: I can't watch my favorite movies
garrett s (ca) wrote: This movie didn't make any sense at all
Facebook U (ca) wrote: Interesting reenactment. I would have thought it was a flop film but I was not bored at all. Very nice strange twist when Nixon actually motivates Frost during a private phone call. Probably his conscience, under the influence of alcohol, made him do it. It changed the resulting interview.
Tabol M (us) wrote: great movie with great laughs
Teague T (br) wrote: I wanted to watch it because of the unimaginable moral dilemma(s), but I left haunted and not even able to think about any kind of ethical analysis. Nearly unwatchable.
Reno V (nl) wrote: "MEET LADY KONG" - 'King Kong Lives' is a 1986 monster movie directed by John Guillermin (The Towering Inferno, Death on the Nile)and the late sequel to the 1978 remake by Dino De Laurentiis (Halloween 2, Silver Bullet), starring Jeff Bridges (The Big Lebowski, Iron Man) and Jessica Lange (Titus, American Horror Story). The film takes of 10 years after the events of the first film and tells us viewers that King Kong has been kept in a coma for 10 years in order to receive a artificial heart-transplant. The film was badly received by the public. And yes, you do notice that the monster is a man in a monkey suit and the effects aren't impressive. Starring Linda Hamilton (The Terminator, Dante's Peak). After being shot down from the World Trade Center, King Kong the gigantic ape, is kept in a coma for ten years. In order to get better, dr. Amy Franklin (Hamilton) wants to give him an artificial heart. But the transplant will acquire a lot of blood. When adventurer Hank Mitchell finds a female in Borneo, Franklin and her team of scientists agree to bring her to the institute. The operation is a success, but when Kong wakes up and smells the female nearby, he get's free and helps Lady Kong to escape. The army is determined to hunt down the two gigantic primates before the cause mayhem.
Christopher S (fr) wrote: Entertaining tongue-in-cheek spaghetti western tells a decent story with style and energy. Not among the very best, the tonal shift from comedy to (surprisingly graphic) violence can be awkward at times, but fans of the genre will appreciate it.
Orlok W (fr) wrote: An offbeat and interesting early 60's post-nuke sci-fi oddity--A movie that serious buffs of sci-fi with brains should see... Penetrating and Thought Provoking!!
Mike C (ru) wrote: Some lazy asshat involved with the production of the DVD I saw didn't feel it necessary to subtitle the songs. Even missing what seemed like half of the film's dialogue I still give it 5 stars because it's that good.
Caleb M (kr) wrote: The acting is top-notch in this disease melodrama (Davis is beautifully sad), but there just isn't enough melodrama. It isn't bad or boring, but you can't help but feel a connection is missing somewhere.
Steven W (ru) wrote: one of my favorites of all time. it has legend, acting, great props and setting and direction is awesome. a great watch. no movie is perfect, but this one has so many highs they more than forgive a few lows, but that's up to you to decide. the words honor, just, loyalty, integrity are fading from society now, this brings me back to a time when those words meant something.
Johannes S (kr) wrote: I had no high expectations and was pleasantly surprised. The ending was a bit weaker than the movie overall though, else I would have rated it four stars. But it is well worth watching and feels overall realistic in showing the fluctuating moods, speeds and whims of the main character as the story goes. And I get a funny thought that Mr. Jones balancing about reminds somehow of, uhm, Titanic - the "I'm the king of the world" scene in the front of the ship especially comes to mind... but that might just be me seeing similarities there...
Tyler A (it) wrote: twists turns and flashbacks plague this predictive bad cop thriller finalized with a big shootout at the end
Kyle C (de) wrote: Steve Carrell, another actor I am not the highest fan of, but he can be funny when given the right material, and here, he is given the right material. A lot of people are probably going to see this for Jim Carrey, but, he is only in a few scenes, even though he plays the villain (if you can call him that) but the few scenes he is in, he is classic Jim Carrey. As for Carrell, he carries this with his suave, debonair personality as a Magician who's act has fallen flat in the last few years and is told to do something different, which becomes difficult for him. But hilarity ensues as he copes with splitting from his partner, not being the #1 magician in town anymore and losing his passion he once had for magic. This is a very funny movie even if Jim Carrey isn't in it more, but it does have a cameo by David Copperfield. RECOMMENDED for comedy fans, Jim Carrey fans, Steve Carrel fans, and magic fans. Abracadabra
Heidi H (de) wrote: it was hilarious at some points, but still... price and poe, it can't be all bad :P
Evan K (nl) wrote: It's about as underwhelming as the book, so in that aspect I guess it was a pretty good adaptation. Radcliffe is good (as he is in everything he does nowadays), but the film, like the novel, never knows what it really wants to be and to its detriment is stuck between horror and an emotional relationship drama.