The Facts of Murder

The Facts of Murder

A police detective and his team attempt to solve two crimes committed within a day of each other in neighboring apartment rooms.

A masked bandit steals valuables from Commendatore Anzaloni's apartment and flees, leaving Anzaloni unharmed. Inspector Ingravallo is called in. The robbery is suspicious; the thief found ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andy N (ru) wrote: Superman Unbound is a mized bag. The action is pretty awesome, but the story is kind of lacking and the dialog goes from good to bad in about every other scene. With Unbound it feels like maybe the writers wanted to go big and violent and overall epic but the DC bigwigs made them reel it in and cut out all the gore because they wanted a more familial affair. There's scenes which are just awesome because robots with the Scorpion "Get Over Here!" ability punch holes through people's faces and you see blood spurt from the back of their heads. Then Superman flies in and rips all the robots to pieces. It makes for a good rental, but Superman Unbound feels too restrained to add to the DCUA collection sitting on one's shelf.

Zahid C (de) wrote: Day: SundayDate: 4 Mar 2012Time: 11.45 pmWith: No oneOn: Laptop

juanita d (au) wrote: this movie is fantastice

Brandon W (br) wrote: Enchanted is directed by Kevin Lima, and it stars Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, and James Marsden in a hybrid live-action and animation musical about a princess that was about to be married to a prince tomorrow, but the old witch doesn't like that and sends Giselle (Amy Adams) to the real world in New York City where everything is completely different wise and doesn't know where she is. Seeing Disney making a film that's a satire of the old Disney films, is pretty interesting, and seeing this, while not entirely a satire, is still one of the most riskiest things that they done in years, and it's really great. Amy Adams does a great job of acting like the typical Disney character in the beginning, and progressed herself throughout the film as a human being. Patrick Dempsey is great at being so confused from Amy Adams's character, and James Marsden is just having a lot of fun in it that he's just a crack-up to watch. The characters are very memorable and give off a lot of funny jokes, and the satire is pretty good. The songs are very good and can get people humming some songs from this. The animation looks a bit different, but still impressive looking, and the CGI looked better than I thought was going to be from a bit old Disney movie. The writing is tightly-constructed that I'm surprised that it's as good as it can get good with it. The villain is decent, but the only problem I had with it, is that the film doesn't really explain well about why the villain wanted to take the heroine down. Enchanted is better than I thought was going to be and was just a great time to watch.

Phil S (us) wrote: Why did this need to be remade??? Ugh...

Ben C (fr) wrote: Ever watched a movie and feel like suing the production company to get back the 2 hours the movie stole from you? If not then watch this movie and let's start a petition.

Holly F (it) wrote: A strange and erotic vampire tale. Julian Sands as the sexy vampire. With tragedy mixed in when the vampire's love died. It's been so long since I saw this, it's also out of print. Been searching for a copy of this, so my memory of this movie may be a bit messed up or incorrect.

You may rock but I roll (nl) wrote: This is a fantastic movie, that I think is really about being in love with the idea of a person as opposed to the person him/herself. This is very clear of the Jeff Daniels character, but I think the same can be said of Dinky (Ryder). In fact, the whole town is so in love with the idea, the ghost, of this woman that nothing she could ever do or be would ever live up to their hopes. It's a bleak outlook, but I think all too often true of life.

ANDERSON G (kr) wrote: Few people know how to do critical in art form as Stanley Kubrick's "Full Metal Jacket" is no different, Kubrick has many war movies in his lean but fantastic cinematography, and "Full Metal Jacket" and the other is a great movie , contemplate here Kubrick picture, it is flawless, with only 7 men and a few destroyed buildings, Kubrick makes an epic backdrop of war, many concepts here were years deployed pie in the phenomenal "the Saving Private Ryan," the soundtrack different from his other films, is not classical, very beautiful contrary, full of pop songs, Kubrick makes us question to remember that we are in the 80s and treating children, Kubrick talks about potential and duality of human beings for evil and the limit sanity, when young people are caught for entering a battlefield after a more criminal training than practice, things do not work, intrigue, deaths, outbreaks, suicides and ignorance, we have a linear script and in a simple manner compared to its previous films, but have problems and the transition acts, the first act is too long, and you just do not see the second act, the film is a great introduction and then a final, and the performances are all reasonable, although the film has incredible scenery, impeccable costume and be Kubrick's hand in every detail, whether close at Jocker face after he kill (...), close that his face is divided by a dark layer is increased, showing the killer instinct really born in the character, the film photography, as I said, is phenomenal, we still have the introduction of Mickey's voice in the last song of the film, representing all there are children, as I said, is not the most perfect of Kubrick's films, but the film has many, many merits, and brings a critical controversy but the displays clear and didactic way.

Mad M (kr) wrote: Classic. It's hard to say whether the first or the second was better.

Daniel B (gb) wrote: Not a bad film.. i'd put it with event horizon.. its was a good idea for a ww2 horror film and i enjoyed the basic narrative of it.. and i did like the ending of this which is more than i can say for most modern films..

Akash S (jp) wrote: Writer-Director Darren Paul Fischer's film 'Frequencies' is quite ambitious in nature, not by its budget, but by the number of intriguing themes it explores and the way it makes us contemplate on them. The experimental film combines science fiction and romance to deal with profound philosophical questions.The movie is set in a world where people are born with predetermined frequencies, which signifies one's luck and the rate of success in life. Nature favours high-frequencied people, and when a high born meets a low born, some reaction or disturbance occurs to stop this. So, many people try to understand the workings of nature and try finding ways which can alter the effect of such laws. This kind of concept doesn't need a big budget, special effects and such, to explore. A riveting story with proper elements can easily do the trick, and that's what Fischer does here.Identity, luck, success, destiny, choice and accidental discovery are just the superficial themes of the film. The underlying themes and questions make the film much more fascinating. Like, for instance, one of the main ideas it touches is partial knowledge/information. In the film's story, characters determine solutions to their problems and workings of nature with the help of knowledge (partial or specific) they have regarding the subject, and with each new discovery of information, the understanding, and thus the solution keeps changing. In the same way, in the three segments of the film, we ourselves see how the revelation of new information makes us see the same scene in a different light. In that regard, the film and its philosophy combine to give us an elegant and artistic puzzle.The casting is good, especially the cute younger versions of the characters. Sometimes, the dialogues seem a bit too expository and there are moments which remind us of the film's low budget, but the underlying philosophical questions keep us engaged enough not to be bothered by such trivial shortcomings. The brilliant cinematography and effective editing also play an important part to make the film tight and gripping. Like, even the varying colour tones of the scenes (red being low frequency, and purple being high) have meaning, and look beautiful in the storytelling process.There is no question regarding the movie's intellect and scope, but a little more heart and soul would have made it perfect. A little more character depth would have helped as well. But that being said, its themes have been handled well, and for a runtime of 105 minutes, it maintains the right pace and dares to shower us with a bunch of thought-provoking ideas.