A broken family living on a secluded farm is visited by a supposedly stranded young woman who asks for help. The family doesn't like strangers, but a storm approaches so they let her in. Tensions rise. Then a cop arrives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A broken family living on a secluded farm is visited by a supposedly stranded young woman who asks for help. The family doesn't like strangers, but a storm approaches so they let her in. Tensions rise. Then a cop arrives.
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Erik D (au) wrote: Just like with the original Johnny English, I'm struggling to find what I want to say about this film but that may be due to the fact that I really don't have a strong opinion one way or the other about it. It is safe to say that the first Johnny English was an enjoyable film. The jokes were mostly on point, the plot was ridiculous but entertaining though overall it was certainly not one that would stand out in my memory. Now that I've seen Johnny English Reborn, which had an awful plot, cheap gags, and most of the jokes fell flat at every turn.. what else is there to say? I really think that the Johnny English series may be the most "meh" couple of comedy films that I've seen in recent years. If you were to ask me about what stood out specifically in either film, I would be struggling to give you an answer. We all know I have the world's worst memory but I can at least pinpoint what I enjoyed or didn't particularly care for in a certain film. With Johnny English and Johnny English Reborn, you may enjoy the movie while you're watching it but wait about half an hour after you've watched it to think about what parts you really enjoyed. I have no doubt that you'll have the same trouble as I did. I'm actually quite disappointed.
Megan W (us) wrote: love it alot awesome cast
Andr D (kr) wrote: Greg Kinnear, el presentador del programa "The Soup" vuelto actor, nos entrega una magnifica actuacion interpretando a Robert Kearns, el inventor del parabrisas con velocidad variable, que por mas de una decada se enfrento a la gigantesca corporacion automotriz Ford para recuperar los derechos de su invencion. Gracias a la actuacion de Kinnear, asi como las de los secundarios Dermot Mulroney, Alan Alda y Jake Abel, esta cinta que pudo habaerse convertido en un drama dulzon e imposible de ver, se convierte en una pelicula llena de emocion y tension en la que un hombre pequeno decide enfrentarse al gigante.
Fran G (ru) wrote: Un autntico hallazgo en forma aparentemente teatral o televisiva, pero que, tras la barrera que supone una pobre calidad visual, descubre unos brillantes dilogos tremendamente naturales y crebles, y unos personajes muy bien matizados.
Piotr J (nl) wrote: A drama movie that describes a story of a hospital for orphans and how some people can change under special conditions. Polish and German cast, fantastic folkloric music by polish composer Michal Lorenc, worth watching..., if You can, buy the soundrack cause you will love it...
xGary X (it) wrote: A scavenger in a post-apocalyptic wasteland uncovers the remains of a robotic assassin which rebuilds itself and runs amok in a civilian apartment building. Richard Stanley's heritage as a music video director is obvious in this highly derivative sci-fi B movie that owes huges debts to The Terminator, Alien and Blade Runner. Stanley's eye actually manages to capture the Mad Max dystopian future aesthetic quite well and despite the lack of star names the cast acquit themselves quite well; the leads are solid and the supporting characters add some much needed colour to the generic sci-fi-ness of it all. The film is very much of its time, trying desperately for "cult" credibility as it is by casting Lemmy, Iggy Pop and that bloke from Fields Of The Nephilim in cameo roles; it also sports a soundtrack by Goth-punk rockers The Ministry and contains the inevitable fractal imagery and pretentions towards artiness that were peculiar to post 80s popular culture. But strip away all of the window dressing and it's really just another stalker movie with a robot. Unfortunately the robot itself is the biggest drawback as it looks like it was constructed out of Meccano and old vacuum cleaner parts and doesn't look in the least bit menacing. Still, it definitely has some good moments stylistically at least and has stood up rather better than a lot of films with much higher budgets.
David L (jp) wrote: I wish I could watch every movie ever made but I sadly don't have the time. I'm not interested in this movie because I don't think I'll like it or don't know enough about it to think I might like it. I may still end up seeing it some day though.
Jarek M (us) wrote: Main problem with Stroszek is for the whole movie no one makes any actions to make anything better, Eva is a bitch.
Wu L (us) wrote: the most classic King Kong Movie from the greatest Peter Jackson. just see it again before the new one comes
Anthony K (fr) wrote: This was pretty shallow, no story line, terrible acting, strung together by mindless violence.
Peter P (ru) wrote: This is one of my favorite westerns of all time, and it is not even set in the "Old West". Tom Selleck gives a completely terrific performance as Matthew Quigley, the long range gunman that takes it as an affront when told he was brought all the way to Australia to kill the native population and quickly becomes enemies with his boss played awesomely by Alan Rickman. Quigley Down Under is a fun different type of western that keeps you interested through believable characters and the incredible scenery, plus a really really big gun, and it is pity that there was never a follow up made.