Sometimes in Life
'Sometimes in Life' is the story of the lives of Jill and Rob. Jill finds herself torn between focusing on her budding fashion career and feeling insecure about her relationship with her flirtatious girlfriend. Rob, a thirty-something who's not-so-cultured and jobless, just lost his father and he finds himself doing some soul searching on his slacker lifestyle. When these two unexpectedly meet and begin to form an unlikely friendship, they realize they've both lost their way in life - but can they help each other get back on track or just further off course?
- Stars:Enea Ceku, Wayne David Parker, Gunhild Giil, Ethan Helmann-Scherrer, Jon E. Livernois, Eric Morrison, Carol Pierangelino, Angela Roberts, Sara Stepnicka, Anthony Vallone, Molson Vallone, Gary Wojnar,
- Director:Anthony Vallone,
- Writer:Jeff Beckley, Richard Jewell, Eric Morrison, Sara Stepnicka, Anthony Vallone
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(de) wrote: Really good flick!!! check it out if you get a chance!
(kr) wrote: I have no idea why anyone has said anything positive about this film. No one gives a good performance, none of the effects or direction do anything other than bore and the plot itself is tired and lazy. The only thing it is worth watching for is to say "Oh look, it's Tiffany....Jesus, they must have airbrushed her a lot for that Playboy shoot".
(br) wrote: There are a lot of disturbing facts and statistics mentioned in the movie but nothing is as disturbing as the interviews with convicted paedophile O'Grady. His general demeanor is verging on smugness. He certainly doesn't come across as a man who is ashamed of what he has done or one who is openly confessing his guilt on camera to an unforgiving world.
(it) wrote: lindo. forte. denso. Vejam j!
(jp) wrote: Loved it, One of the most amazing and underrated Disney movies of all time.
(nl) wrote: Black Book (Dutch: Zwartboek) - film was co-written (with Gerard Soeteman,) and directed by Paul Verhoeven and produced by Rob Houwer. Starring Carice van Houten (Valkyrie), Sebastian Koch, Halina Reijn. Black Book is set in Dutch World-War. Film was premiered at Venice Film Festival. Carice van Houten gives one of the best performances from European actresses. Film was Dutch entry for Best Foreign Language Film, but could not make it to final list - BAFTA nominated the film in the category of Best Film Not in the English Language (though there is little bit of English dialogues in the movie). Film has been voted the best film ever made in the Netherlands - it is also, of superlative magnitude in the budget space. Film was premiered at Venice Film Festival, and nominated for Golden Lion - it won Young Cinema Award for 'Best International Film' - it also won three categories of Golden Calves at Netherlands Film Festival - others include Toronto International Film Festival. Film is set in Dutch World-War - a blonde young Jewish girl Ellis (Houten) who wants to escape to Belgium with her father, mother and young brother - when their boat is ambushed by SS Police deputy Franken. He takes all money, jewels of murdered Jews in his custody. Ellis joins resistance who infiltrate her as informer by working at Nazi compound, under control of Nazi commander Mntze (Sebastian Koch - Oscar-winning German film The Lives of Others) - she encounters Mntze on train in pre-planned attempt. Mntze pets habit of collecting historical stamps of country, he is usually posted to. - however, Mntze discloses to her that he knew about who she was, since it no coincidence that he tumbles over a lady all of sudden, who happens to gift him royal postal-stamps that he was looking for years. Mntze tells her about how his wife and kids were bombed inside his house, and that's why he has been negotiating with resistance to disarm voluntarily in return for fair treatment. Verhoeven could only make this movie in Europe, than in the United States, where he had migrated and made some passionate movies. He takes fair amount of liberty to portray the sides of two events from the history, that is all true and combines different real-events, as well. Verhoeven shows us, how the post-war events only changed the faces of terror, when locals started inflicting similar humiliating acts and torturous upon 'traitors' or 'Nazi-sympathizers'. There is suspense, and there is non-stop thrill, not without some characters like Mntze who you would very much wish to see, escape punishment from resistance, as well as accusation of being stamped as 'traitor' for negotiating with terrorists. Go ahead and have as much as I did - only now I realize why Quentin Tarantino's Inglorious Bastards was somewhat worth-watching, because he surely, might have watched this movie.
(it) wrote: should they removed the note about the final from the beginning the film would be much better.
(es) wrote: This South Corean movie was supposed to be a cross between Seven and Silence of The Lambs. Or at least that was what it said on the cover. Sure it might have featured a few elements from both, but it was nowhere near being as thrilling in any way.
(us) wrote: Above average early Japanese monster movie.
(it) wrote: Reese Witherspoon is very pleasing to the eye. But the film is so corny. So I can't understand all the high scores on here ? It's just not for adults.
(ca) wrote: I've seen worse from Woody Allen.