Shelley Winters is the madame of a house where customers play out their erotic fantasies, oblivious to a revolution which is sweeping the country. When her old friend, the chief of police (Peter Falk), asks her to impersonate the missing queen in order to reassure the people and halt the revolution, she offers instead three of her customers to play the general, bishop and chief justice, all of whom have died in the revolution.
- Stars:Shelley Winters, Peter Falk, Lee Grant, Peter Brocco, Joyce Jameson, Jeff Corey, Arnette Jens, Ruby Dee, Leonard Nimoy, Kent Smith,
- Director:Joseph Strick,
- Writer:Bernard Frechtman (play), Jean Genet (play), Ben Maddow
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(nl) wrote: Beyonce wasn't horrendous, actualy... She wasn't great, mind you, nor even all that good, but not horrendous. Jeffrey Wright and Adrien Brody saved her time and again. This is to date Gabrielle Union's most promising work. Columbus Short also does an amazing job. Overall, I liked it, but there were several points where the direction just irked my nerves something awful... Those happened most prominently when Beyonce was on-screen, so what're ya gonna do? The story is a great slice of Chicago history, but I'd still say wait for DVD.
(gb) wrote: Definitely entertaining for anyone who enjoys costume romances, but absolutely not Jane Austen's Mansfield Park. In point of fact, some Janeites might find themselves actively disliking this as the Fanny Price is galaxies away from the Fanny Price we know and love. Personally, I enjoyed it once I accepted that this wouldn't be a truthful adaptation of the novel. Hayley Atwell is lovely & enchanting as Mary Crawford. Billie Piper is a likable Fanny and Blake Ritson a crushworthy Edmund.
(es) wrote: oh philip seymour hoffman! he's just so good in simply everything...the rest of the movie is decidedly average and a little over sentimentalised.
(ca) wrote: while not the greatest of all stephen chow movies, it was of course entertaining and funny. The nasty thing was when chow mastered the art of hiding food in your ass and the indian guard was actually touched to have his last drumstick out of his butt...one of the last movies before chingmy yau quietly left show business
(ru) wrote: Clint Howard,- aki taln minden id'k legrondbb szn (C)sze - hatsosan alaktja a katonai akad (C)mia legb (C)nbb tanuljt. A folytonos testi (C)s lelki knzsokat megel (C)gelve kapcsolatba l (C)p egy -RD-Gi figurval minek kvetkezt (C)ben elszabadul a pokol, tovbb tmadnak a malacok. Eric Weston kellemes Carrie nosztalgit rt, rendezett (C)s kevesebb humorral taln el'dje mell (C) ker 1/4lhetett volna. Vizulisan st (C)t, nyers k (C)pei, "menre hajaz zenei t (C)mja (C)s a v (C)gs' brutlis v (C)rengz (C)se az (C)rt igen boldog perceket szereztek nekem. :)
(es) wrote: An entertaining dark comedy, Kill Me Three Times delivers some fun laughs. The story follows a hitman named Charlie Wolfe who's hired to kill a businessman's wife, but the job goes sideways when she's abducted by a couple that's plotting an insurance scheme. It's a little convoluted, but it's told in an interesting nonlinear way. Starring Simon Pegg, Alice Braga, and Teresa Palmer, the film has a pretty decent cast that does well with this type of humor. Yet the tone is a little uneven, and most of the characters are undeveloped. Kill Me Three Times has some weakness, but overall is a fairly entertaining indie comedy.