Four women band together to get revenge on four young successful players because the guys mistreated them in some way.
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Ronald v (jp) wrote: Nice acion, Burmees speaking Thai......
Tommaso D (au) wrote: A surprising movie about a sport that a lot of people, including me, think as a bluff. The outstanding performance of Mickey Rourke makes you understand the real hardship of some too often overlooked.Amazing direction, photography and soundrack are the finishing touches for a masterpiece.
roy b (us) wrote: this is a excellant movie
Donald W (fr) wrote: There was a lot of hype for this movie when it came out. It's a science fiction story but all the technology in the movie was current for the 1960's. There are 707 jet planes, overhead projectors, World War II era firearms, teletypes, line printers, black and white TV monitors, electric golf carts, and big cars. The story hints at a cold war with "the other side". The whole idea that you can shrink a submarine with people inside is something from a cheap TV show. This was the best special effects available in the 1960's. It would have been impressive on a big screen in a theater. The real attraction to the movie was Raquel Welch in a white wet suit. In the story they are trying to unblock a blood clot in the brain of an important scientist. The irony is that today that can be treated with drugs or with miniature catheters. There is research being done on building micro machines. Someday they might have microscopic machines to clean the plaque out of people's veins. The idea of a shrink ray is pure fiction.
Ricardo O (kr) wrote: Seven Days in May is a tense, compelling paranoid/political thriller. Coming 2 years after the Cuban Missile Crisis as well as director John Frankenheimer's masterful political thriller The Manchurian Candidate, and made around the time of JFK's assassination, Seven Days in May was one timely piece of film that ranks high among it's genre, especially during this same period which also saw the release of films like Dr. Strangelove and Fail-Safe. Along with his previous film, The Manchurian Candidate, it quickly cemented the director as one of the best directors of the thriller? genre. It's a film that is still pretty relevant, especially considering the revolutions that have been happening in Northern Africa. It's a beautifully made film with some great stark b&w cinematography, editing, and fantastic direction. The writing by television legend Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone; Requiem for a Heavyweight; Planet of the Apes) is superb and the acting holds it all together. With a star-studded cast that includes not only star/producer Kirk Douglas but also the likes of Burt Lancaster, Fredric March, Ava Gardner, as well as the great character actors Edmond O'Brien and George Mackready, the film could not ever be anywhere close to dull. Each of the actors play their parts well but it's March, Lancaster, & O'Brien that get the best parts in the film. They are all fantastic. Of the five films director John Frankenheimer and star Burt Lancaster worked on together in the '60s, Seven Days in May may just be their best. This is a top tier paranoid thriller that comes as highly recommended viewing. You will not be disappointed with it. 9/10
Vasco M (fr) wrote: 'You can't make this stuff up' comes to mind when I think back on watching this movie. Incredible and heartwarming, 'Catch Me If You Can' is an amazing ride.
Greg W (kr) wrote: good mystery/horror pic