In the rural town of Wickenhaven, a psychotic tanning salon owner is responsible for the disappearances of many young, innocent girls, while his wife, an exotic purse designer, is willing to overlook his evil nature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In the rural town of Wickenhaven, a psychotic tanning salon owner is responsible for the disappearances of many young, innocent girls, while his wife, an exotic purse designer, is willing to overlook his evil nature.
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Steven C (nl) wrote: Wow! What a crazy ass movie.
Matthew L (fr) wrote: Taut, unnerving thriller about a man who takes a job as a driver for a paranoid businessman, and falls in love with his wife. Takes a simple concept and makes it totally hair-raising, without turning it into a typical, high concept nail-biter. Well crafted and incredibly suspenseful, reminiscent in some ways of Haneke's "Cache (Hidden)."
Orlok W (br) wrote: Fine 80's slasher about crazed embalmer--Deepens ones' appreciation for Mozart!!
Ben S (ru) wrote: Very well made documentary. One of the kids was named "Dude". This fact blew my mind.
Gretchen W (gb) wrote: This IS the dumbest movie ever made, EVER made!!
Srirupa D (us) wrote: Sheesh, the cover for this movie makes it look so sleezy but its not at all that! Canone Inverso means a turn downwards, or something along that line. It turned out to be better than I expected and I'm glad I saw it. Cant say its for everyone, though. Its a story about how music and love are twins, against a backdrop of Nazi Germany. Dunno if that floats your boat but it did mine, so, 4 stars.
Stuart K (ru) wrote: Directed by Costa-Gavras, (Z (1969)), Missing (1982) and Betrayed (1988)), this hostage drama looks compelling on the surface, but in actual fact, it's a mash-up of Ace in the Hole (1951) and Dog Day Afternoon (1975), but with non of the compelling bite. It's supposed to be a dark look at the obsessive nature of the media and how rolling news grips people when not much happens. But it isn't as good as it should be. Fading news reporter Max Brackett (Dustin Hoffman) is struggling to get his stories on the air, and there's a feeling that he's on the way out. While covering a story about financial difficulties a local museum is facing, things take a turn when recently sacked security guard Sam Baily (John Travolta) turns up and takes everyone inside, including manager Mrs. Banks (Blythe Danner) and a group of schoolchildren. Brackett is hiding in the mens room, and is able to cover the story from there. By the time Baily finds Brackett, the story has already gathered much attention and the media swarm on the museum, and Brackett grooms Baily into handling the situation. It should have been a dark, biting satire on the corruption of news media, but the tone is all over the place and it doesn't know what it wants to be. Which is a sad shame as the story had potential, and when you've got a film which has the nerve to waste Alan Alda's cameo, you know something is very wrong indeed.
Jose Luis M (de) wrote: Tena mejores expectativas, al final termin aburriendome, en todo caso vale por ver a Katharine Hepburn y Cary Grant.
Jona S (fr) wrote: It's an okay film, but the story was short and boring and the characters were so boring and annoying.
Rachel L (es) wrote: who wouldnt like this film? free spirited and phil collins carries it with his music
Stuart R (ca) wrote: Ahhhh it was ok. Not much to it, almost felt like half a film.. westerns need a bit more substance for me.. it's well acted, shot etc etc. The ending is lame though
Shannon G (us) wrote: Eric Stoltz is extra yummy in this quirky relationship film.