Story of the relationship between the poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. In 1956, aspiring American poet Sylvia Plath meets fellow poet Edward Ted Hughes. Enthralled with the genius of his writing, Sylvia falls in love with him even before meeting him, and he quickly falls in love with her... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Story of the relationship between the poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath.
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Charles E (us) wrote: This movie is a LOT like watching paint dry. At least watching paint dry is real. Much of this is fake.
Tom R (fr) wrote: Funny, ultra-violent action/comedy that applies marijuana to the Hitchcock plot device of 'man stumbles into trouble'. Seth Rogan, after stopping by his connection-man (James Franco), accidentally sees a crime and while fleeing he leaves behind trace evidence that points directly to him and Franco. Wild ride of a movie is super-violent and deliberately graphic but also has lots of laughs, especially from Franco who is excellent playing against type as the supply man.
Andrea V (ag) wrote: Yes, bad breaks can happen, but pride can only go far when it becomes stupidity: on one side you have Michele, who cannot accept failing himself and the rest of his family, on the other you have Elsa, who won't surrender. It's no wonder that women are stronger.
Just Jenna O (au) wrote: Aiight typical Disney movie
Alden S (it) wrote: 10 out of 10:Scary, powerfully directed, perfectly acted, and well written, Psycho proves to be Hitchcock's masterpiece.
Daniel A (ca) wrote: Intriguing if a little stuffy, this period romp often falls in the shadow of similar E. M. Forster adaptions but deserves to be seen due to its fine acting and somewhat unconventional story. Mirren, Carter, Davis and Graves are each on fine form playing a group of pompous Brits who fall in love with Italian romanticism, only to find themselves trapped in a dramatic chain of events involving death, marriage and children. As you would expect from any Merchant-Ivory drama, the artistic achievement is high, and though the more dramatic moments are a bit over-ripe at times, the story and its era lend themselves well to a touch of melodrama. The film will undoubtedly play out too slowly for some, but the rewards are generally good enough to warrant your time.
Senor C (gb) wrote: I have no idea why Brian DePalma would direct this other then for a pay cheque but how much revenue do you really expect to generate w/ Danny DeVito & Joe Piscopo as the stars (DeVito maybe but Piscopo?) Actually this has a good cast aside of Piscopo like Harvey Keitel & Captain Lou Albano (who would have thought the wrestling manager was so funny; he's great as the Fixer & the best thing in this).
Sanity Assassin (jp) wrote: very good drama about life in a slant-eye P.O.W. camp. the most touching moment being when the commanding officer takes some of the children home for some food and breaks down. claudette colbert was more than satisfactory in her role as the women taking care of child and seperated from her husband. the one bit i either missed or didn't make sense of was that she was pregnant at the beginning wasn't she? did that just go away or what? maybe i was making a cup of tea when that bit was on. if anyone can fill me in then feel free to post me a comment
Derek B (mx) wrote: I like this one; it's a romantic comedy that entertains instead of just rapid-firing as many cheesy one-liners as possible. Farris plays a wonderful psychopath, and Smart is great too. Reynolds, as always, is funny and dry-humored. This movie does what it's intent is-entertain. Enjoy the schtick and laugh.
Debanjan C (jp) wrote: It's a pretty ordinary movie when you consider the big names and talent involved. Once you're done with the movie, you move on without a single memory.
Joe A (jp) wrote: I'm generally not a fan of SNL films but for some reason I wanted to see this one. Mistake.It had some hilarious moments, but not enough to make up for the dead time.
Jamie K (ru) wrote: One of the sloppiest and most tensionless horror films in recent years, V/H/S: Viral fails to understand that glitch effects, cloaks, demon vaginas, skateboards and bad acting are not scary.
Alex S (ca) wrote: The writers think they're funny and the actors think they're good, two things that are very untrue. Entourage is an unsuccessful attempt at a comedy with static, unlikable characters and a predictable plot. Maybe if I had watched the show, it would have been better, but for some reason I have a hard time believing anything could have saved this movie.