Widowed Audrey retreats to an isolated Welsh cabin after a failed suicide attempt, to recuperate. Still haunted by the tragic death of her husband and struggling with her psychosis, she begins to hear strange noises. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A widow retreats to a remote cottage to recover following a suicide attempt, only to discover the place is haunted. A ghost story in the tradition of The Others and The Orphanage.
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Tiago C (au) wrote: Great movie. A more human face on the conflict between Georgia and Abecsia.Vale worth seeing. The bucolic picture is very beautiful.
Heather M (ru) wrote: This was a fairly predictable movie with a fun cast of crazy characters. It is definitely worth a watch for people tired of the the usual formula in today's rom-coms.
Bro Harold H (us) wrote: should be interesting
Yuko M (gb) wrote: Saw this at Spanish film festival in Tokyo, not the final edition on theaters worldwide. Heard theater ver is much better.
Ryan S (de) wrote: This is by far one of my favorite movies I've seen. I thought it was better than 300.
James H (ru) wrote: Juno is a roller coaster of emotions that ends up being extremely touching and I felt like I can away from the film as a better person and not many movies can do that. Some great performances including Ellen Page, J.K. Simmons and even Michael Cera. However the surprise of the film is Jennifer Garner, she steals the show as a woman thag desperately wants a child but can't physically have one and I liked her chat ster the most. The script and the overall message is fantastic, very well done. This is one of my favourite coming of age tales.
Neil R (nl) wrote: As gay movies go this was not nearly at the bottom of the list. From what I had heard it was supposed to be offensive but it kind of did all the tired gay jokes we all know. There were some laugh out loud moments, worth a rental.
Adrian B (jp) wrote: Taken place during 1942 in Paris, France, a performance theatre struggles to survive during the invasion from Axis Powers during World War II. Marion and Lucas Steiner (Catherine Deneuve and Heinz Bennent) cast, through much difficulty, members of their new play "Dissapearance," but at the same time, Lucas cannot have any direct involvement with the project since he is Jewish, and so he hides out in a secret den in which only he and his wife know about. Meanwhile, another cast member (Gerard Depardieu), falls for Marion, but they resist on letting their feelings out. I don't why, but I really liked this film. Maybe it was the process of casting for their play or the surprisingly fast pace of the film thanks to the dialogue or the really nice pieces. It is probably all of that. The acting is also pretty good, along with the story. It does not compare to Truffaut's "The 400 Blows" or "Jules and Jim," but to me, this is still a really good film.
David C (gb) wrote: "Aguirre, The Wrath of God" is something like a PBS documentary created by the criminally insane. It is Warner Herzog's idea of what could have transpired among a party of conquistadors traveling slowly down the Amazon in search of El Dorado. The title character, Aguirre (Klaus Kinski), has an unwavering stare that does not conceal his murderous zeal, but he moves unsteadily on his feet, weaving and tilting as if perpetually drunk. He is calculating, but not sound of mind. Hisambitions-not just gold but power, to "stage history the same way that other men stage plays"-obviously exceed his grasp as he and his dying crew navigate a tattered raft through hostile lands. The only characters who seem to grasp the severity of the situation are Pizarro's handpicked expedition leader Ursua and Ursua's wife Dona Inez, but their rationality leaves them no better-equipped than Aguirre to survive the jungle. The story seems allegorical, a mockery of those who proclaim themselves rulers, and many of the characters are little more than clichs (a gluttonous emperor, a concerned wife, a sadistic henchman, etc.) Yet narrative is less important to this film's success than atmosphere. The props, costumes, and cinematography are of a high order, and although the Spanish conquistadors speak German, the language of the filmmaker, the natives in the movie speak Quechua.
Matthew C (nl) wrote: George Kennedy plays leader Chris wise and fatherly, as opposed to Yul Brenner's more cool and mysterious portrayal. But he's good, and I don't think I've ever seen him look less unhealthy. James Whitmore is awesome as a past his prime bandit who's murder with a throwing knife. The rest of the seven is well rounded by various odd ducks, including the ever awesome Bernie Casey (who should have done more westerns) and Joe Don Baker as a one armed shooter. They all go up against a sadistic Michael Ansara, who plays an evil military man oppressing the locals. The story is pretty typical of this sort of thing, and there aren't many surprises. But it's a fun watch and the cast is great.
Daniel K (nl) wrote: The first Hammer Horror film I really did not enjoy. It didn't interest me from the start and even with a rather entertaining ending the rest of the film was incredibly dull and Rasputin was a very unlikeable character I really didn't enjoy watching. Acting was decent, and Christopher Lee was totally unrecognisable at first, but its the storyline and characters that really let this film down, and I have a feeling it will probably be my least favourite from the Hammer Horror films I'm watching.
Garrett (ca) wrote: Insipid and predictable, Shall We Dance has its moments, but quite frankly the dude the movie's about creeps me out: going dancing (which isn't bad), to regain some kind of sense of self-confidence (or something like that), all while discreetly hitting on the dance teacher for no reason. Weird...
James L (br) wrote: No meat just potatoes....and it's just not enough to stand out significantly in this competitive genre. I think the film was sound and intriguing, until the heroine breaches the futuristic compound and the dicey plot with Trevor Goodchild is revealed.
Spencer M (ca) wrote: Beautifully shot film. This movie is a very honest take on addiction, shows both the highs and lows of addiction and depicts it accurately.Heath Ledger shows off his best performance in this film.