The Doctor Takes a Wife

The Doctor Takes a Wife

A best-selling author of women's issues and a medical academic find it is to their mutual advantage to falsely claim that they are married.

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Hrant B (de) wrote: Great performances by Theron and Tommy Lee, a good story line and overall good movie. You could definitely feel the loss of Hank's son from a tragic death. It is so sad when a soldier dies on their homeland from fellow soldiers rather in the battlefield. This movie reminded me of A Few Good Men without the court scenes. I definitely recommend this flick.

Jeff B (it) wrote: This started out a bit slowly, and the subtitles were sometimes hard to read, but ended up being a decent story.

Chris B (mx) wrote: Tokyo Story is an evocative and very personal film that is a wonderful example of the nuanced emotions that one can feel when viewing a film by a master of their craft. Yasujiro Ozu is now considered one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of cinema, of course he wasn't internationally praised until nearly seven years after his death. Akira Kurosawa and Kenji Mizoguchi were both more well known at the time than Ozu for a variety of reasons. The most prominent reason was that distributors thought his films were "too Japanese", by that they meant that the traditional customs and way of life in Japan wouldn't be understood or appreciated in the West or other places besides Japan. The films of Ozu were gathered and shown after his death to great critical acclaim and one thing was certain with all his films, they are universal in their themes and messages. His films touch on everyday problems and issues concerning everyday people and situations, most involving a family dynamic or some other type of close relationship. In Tokyo Story we see the lives of an elderly couple as they travel very far in order to visit their busy children living in the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. The film is comprised of a week or so of everyday life for the people involved and tells a beautiful, albeit very sad and contemplative story of appreciating one's elders, family especially, as they won't be around forever. The film's emphasis is on spending the time left wisely and lovingly. The story is so simplistic in it's narrative and filmed as if the camera is merely observing unobtrusively. Many sequences are shot as if the cameraman is kneeling down and the effect is both thoroughly personal and restrained. No single character is emphasized or framed differently in order to keep the feeling of intamcy and keeps the viewer simply a passive observer. Ozu let's hit character and their actions be the movement as he uses very little movement on the part of the camera, taking great care in setting up his shot well in advance. While simple from a visual and narrative perspective, it's Ozu's personal and emotional touch that elevates his works above so many of his contemparies.

Jonathan S (it) wrote: Perhaps not as slippery and showy as "The International House" and maybe not quite as funny as "The Bank Dick" this Fields comedy features the old codger against his only match and perfect foil: Mae West.

Elgan D (ru) wrote: Attenborough's great biography on the silent film start. Downey Jr's physically perfects the role although his cockney accent is questionable. A fascinating life spanning 88 years is covered thoroughly and entertainingly.

Sarah L (ca) wrote: I didn't really enjoy this film as it lacked scare power. The only thing I did enjoy about it was that the characters went psycho and kinda killed the none psycho characters. Other than that it was a heap of garbage.

Yinal R (jp) wrote: Twisted from the beginning, to the very end...

Chris B (ru) wrote: A violent and brutal look at manhood and the quest to suffice in the world. Hard to watch and endure, especially a certain scene, but one that ends in a wonderfully due act of vengeance. Dustin Hoffman gives a strikingly realistic performance as the coward husband turned hero and the cast all make it a believable and intense film. Recommended if you can handle extreme subject matter as there is some very heavy themes here and the film contains violence, nudity, sexual content including rape, and other adult-oriented material. This is a film that grabs hold and never lets go though, so if you can stomach the story you will be pleased by what you walk away with.

Joel H (de) wrote: Wings has the distinctive honor of being the first Best Picture winner ever. It deserves that award. This is an impressive film. Long before the days of green screens or CGI, the aerial stunts and war scenes are realistic and they're absolutely remarkable. This film also has some genuinely good acting and some emotionally charged moments. Wings is well worth a watch.