When a reporter encounters the eldest son of a famous political family at a mountain retreat, she winds up pretending to be his girlfriend over Christmas so he can save face with his family. Should she secretly expose newsworthy scoops about the famous family in order to save her job, or trust that she's falling in love for real? Stars Patricia Richardson and Katrina Law.
- Stars:Katrina Law, Jordan Belfi, Patricia Richardson, Susie Abromeit, Robert Curtis Brown, Bobby Campo, Tom Lenk, Keith Andreen, Alexis Auffray, Dana Barron, Alexandra Brewer, Michael Chandler, Stephanie Garvin, Glenn Gordon, Tania Gunadi,
- Director:Bert Kish,
- Writer:Tracy Andreen
Greta Kaine is always in search of juicy gossip. As a tabloid reporter of gossip in Los Angeles, it's her job to expose the rich and famous. So when word gets out that the late Senator Tannehill's sons might be proposing marriage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: Though for two thirds of the film it is excessively violent and dramatically hollow, A Touch of Sin has an impeccable level of visual sophistication; it is one of the most graceful stylistic films of recent times and packs a serious punch with it's brutal action choreography and striking cinematography.
(us) wrote: great movie. does a ship remain the same ship if all of its parts are replaced until no original part remains? do things and people have a soul, a higher function, that has its own identity other than its material parts?
(ag) wrote: Kevin Smith's shot at a "serious" movie is this infuriating, terribly directed and unfocused mess that only manages to be morally disgusting in its childish, inconsistent political ideas while also full of implausible situations and long, unnecessary monologues.
(jp) wrote: Warm, funny, interesting film about art and artists and the life with, and AS an artists
(fr) wrote: MTV is a studio with a general attitude amongst the media which reflects crude language and immature behaviour, and since that's the studio that takes it upon themselves to finance Murderball, that makes it utterly perfect. The approach they take to Murderball is absolutely perfect because it displays the touching comedic side to the people involved and how they can still have fun with themselves without feeling like inferiors. That's the thing about Murderball, it looks at people with disabilities as humans rather than as damaged humans, and it displays a determination within them that's stronger than the determination of many people nowadays.The people chronicled in Murderball are heroic human beings, and the audience engages with them in terms of sympathies as well as the fact that we can get along with them no problem because they act no different as human beings and take the same approach as everyone else, such as when Mark Zupan points ours how he doesn't want people to sympathise with him merely because he's in a wheelchair, and the angry temperaments the characters have are not injury related, but raw human emotion. That's one of the key things Murderball achieves, it bridges the gap formed by society between those who can walk and those who are wheelchair-ridden. Murderball is sympathetic and humourous, so the atmosphere is absolutely perfect.On the side of the story that looks into the sport of Murderball, the film is inspiring and rich with the heart of a sports story which is emphasised through classic sports film norms including a mix of strong editing and energetic music. Murderball chronicles a diverse range of real players and treats them as finely as possible with sophistication and the respect they deserve and emphasises what's important: their determination and fighting spirit which don't play second fiddle to the sentimentality of the insightful look at the characters, and that makes it a sophisticated and powerful story that isn't burdened with excessive attempts to tug at the heart strings. The sports side of Murderball is excellent and inspirational and has a terrific heart to it, and the directional work of Henry Alex Rubin and Dana Adam Shapiro deserves absolute immense praise for his work.Murderball beats out When We Were Kings as the greatest documentary I've ever seen, and it's one I would encourage any sports fanatic, medical student or troubled human being to witness, as well as anyone who generally enjoys an excellent film. This is the finest movie MTV have ever worked on, and the people should be honoured to have their story told so excellently.
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(kr) wrote: This got an NC-17, but Boogie Nights got an R? Whu?
(au) wrote: First off, if you want to watch a movie where Keanu is something other than a "dude" and a robot, then this is the film for you. I actually got to see some potentially great acting. I say potentially because well his accent as a Tibetan isn't great, but luckily he only had a few lines and the entire movie isn't based on HIM persay but on Buddha. It's an inspiring story of a Lama looking for the reincarnation of a fellow Lama. He ends up in Seattle and affects Jesse's (the candidate as the reincarnation of the Lama) family. It's really a film about Siddhartha and his journey of becoming Buddha. And so it's a flip-flop between the journey of Siddhartha and the journey of jesse's family. They both somehow connect. Anyways, it is a '90s film, so there isn't much to expect from quality of script and direction. But, it's still a great story. So if you've ever been interested in Buddhism then this is the film for you to watch as a first step stone to understanding Buddhism. *Disclaimer - Keanu does wear "black" face in order to play a Tibetan and some did find this racist/insulting. However, I would like to remind those that find it discriminating that "black" face has been going on since the beginning of theater (think Ancient Greece) and that during this time Anthony Hopkins himself wore "black" face to play Othello in Julie Taymor's Othello. I bring up Hopkins because I consider him a respectful and decent man and would never play something or say something that would offend anyone. So, there's my two cents, do with it as you will. :)
(ca) wrote: "My Cousin Vinny" is hilarious from start to finish. Joe Pesci gives a great performance as Vinny Gambini who is the Brooklyn Lawyer and the slender ladies man. And Marisa Tomei is perfect as Mona Lisa Vito who is his sexy fiancee.
(au) wrote: American student Billy Hayes is arrested for smuggling hashish out of Turkey, and then is introduced to the sadistic prison system of another country in a tumultuous time. The main character isn't that sympathetic, but his adjustment to the prison system and the way he struggles both physically and mentally is very intriguing. The performances are raw, the film is gritty and unrelenting and its one of the more intense prison dramas.