Sunset Murder Case
A nightclub dancer (Sally Rand) seeks vengeance for the murder of her father.
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Kimberly A (es) wrote: SLIFF midnight choice for me at the Hi-Pointe... a demonically cute emo boy-beast trying to survive immense famine and cannibalism - such horror depicted by such beauty in rendition and colors - great story in imagery and substance
Luciano G (br) wrote: While there was nothing original in the plot structure, the moral ambiguity expressed through several key characters was somewhat refreshing...though, not fully resolved......not a waste of the viewer's time, but more an appetizer than an entre.....
Franck L (br) wrote: "Omar m'a fait "pleur (C)"", Sami Bouajila excellent, c (C)sarisable?
Paul B (nl) wrote: Weird...not necessarily in a good way.
John B (de) wrote: The definitive documentary on one of the game changers in Pakistan who was killed before she completed her ultimate destiny. Nonetheless one comes away from this documentary wondering if Bhutto would ever be able to accomplish what she sets out to accomplish if she had lived due to the delicate balance between parliamentarians and the army in that country.
Charles P (fr) wrote: Pow! Bam! Blam Blam!! When I am old, this is how I am going to talk. Hell, I'm going to start talking like that now. I should also describe everything that I am physically doing: stating that I am picking up my mail while I am picking up my mail. I have to make sure when my inevitable death happens I describe it and state how disappointed I am. Or will I be disappointed? Maybe it'll be a sweet relief? Oh, needed more Robot Castle, less Robo-Geisha.
Hesham A (fr) wrote: Amazing Story about woman Sacrifice to choose her own way despite the constraints of an angry Society & a family. It's very emotional & made me cry personally !
Olivia A (nl) wrote: this movie is of the chain!
Nic O (au) wrote: Spectacular in every sense of the word.
Rockmary M (ru) wrote: not too pathetic. specially aesthetically coloured scenes. not about bin laden!
Tanner M (ru) wrote: A random super bored movie with intresting charecters. Now I'm not saying this movies good but, the villans were intresting unlike the main charecters. The camera angles were shaken and there is no clear reason to why any of this is happening which kind've works but, at the same time it doesn't. This movie is entertaining with its high amounts of gore and non stop action but, it lacks everything else!
Rachael B (ca) wrote: I love you, Doogie Howser, M.D.
Brian P (ru) wrote: Pink Flamingo may be the filthiest thing I have seen, but perhaps may be enjoyed by the squeamish...
Erin D (nl) wrote: I sensed a lot of overindulgence in this one. Not the best, and for my first Barbara Streisand, really not seeing what was so special about her.
Carlos B (ca) wrote: I had never walked out of a theater.
Antonius B (au) wrote: My goodness, wasn't Ingmar Bergman on fire during the 50's? While the story in Tinsel and Sawdust is less pleasant than some of his other films, focusing on the cruel side of love and the fates people are sometime locked into, he tells it beautifully, and again has a wonderful cast. A man (ke Grnberg) has left his wife and sons for three years to lead a traveling circus from town to town. He's having an affair with the trick horseback rider (Harriet Andersson), but tensions arise when he plans to visit his wife and family. It's not a happy troupe in general - they're short of funds and costumes, and in a very artistic flashback, we see the clown (Anders Ek) humiliated by his wife, the bear-trainer, as she frolics in the nude with a bunch of soldiers, to a large regiment's delight. Anyway, as they look to borrow costumes, Andersson is hit on by an actor from a local theater (Hasse Ekman), and at first she has the upper hand and is cruel to him, but later, with the rift with Grnberg increasing, she's duped into having sex with him. Meanwhile Grnberg's wife firmly declines his offer to come back, saying she's not willing to sacrifice her peace of mind for anyone. Harriet Andersson is stunning in this film and turns in an excellent performance, and Grnberg, Ek, and Ekman are all great as well. It doesn't feel like an overly heavy film, but everyone does seem trapped, in cages I suppose like the circus bear, leading diminished, sometimes violent lives, and that seems to be one of the movie's messages. The circus ultimately keeps moving along despite all the mistakes they've made, and Bergman seems to be relating it to the human condition, one that's invariably tinged with cruelty, and sadness.
Brandon W (fr) wrote: Ever played a game called Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3? Remember the maps named Bakaara and Village? Well, welcome to the movie adaptation. Blood Diamond tells a very simple story that appeals to a wide audience. A man wanting freedom and a man wanting his family back after they were taken by African Militia must team up to find one of the biggest diamonds Sierra Leone has ever produced. An extremely simple set up mixed in with great performances, a great score and a terrifying setting. Sierra Leone in 1999 was a war driven place and this film showed the real dark and cruel side of life at that time. Putting likable characters into a situation like that just makes you care for them more. Leonardo DiCaprio is always great and Jennifer Connelly was good too but who stole the show was Djimon Hounsou as Solomon Vandy. Everytime he is on screen, you feel his raw emotion. Simply superb acting. Blood Diamond is one hell of a thrill ride!
Zac N (ru) wrote: It was a good movie. It borrowed a bit too much from Planet of the Apes & 2001. But if you have to borrow, borrow from the best.
Giovanni Luigi C (mx) wrote: An improvement over Resident Evil: Extinction, even though the script is abysmal and the special effects aren't the best.
Kaitlyn J (fr) wrote: Funny and entertaining.