An NFL player sidelined by a debilitating injury finds his marriage in jeopardy when his wife learns of a past discretion that causes her to question his character. Devin (Darrin Dewitt Henson) and Tracey (Shanti Lowry) are ecstatic over the impending birth of their first child as the injured athlete works hard to regain his strength and get back on the gridiron. Though money is tight, they're determined to stay positive, and give their child a happy home. But when a stranger wanders into Tracey's beauty salon with disturbing news about Devin's past, things quickly take a turn for the worst.
Alejandro L (es) wrote: Bastante regular la pelcula, tal vez para nios y eso.....
Yoshi S (br) wrote: Unbelievably boring! I'm so glad I didn't watch Cirque Du Soleil live in NYC... Because so boring! Sorry for the performers, but it was impossible to make a great movie like that... 3D effects were just OK... Co-produced by James Cameron, but he's not a great producer... It used lots of Beatles songs, but it was boring too... Anyway I'll sell this 3D Blu-ray... Big disappointed...
Early B (es) wrote: A young woman finds herself drawn inexplicably to a run down theatre, becoming witness to a series of morbid tales, hosted by a human sized ventriloquial figure. Yes, we're in the terror-tory (Ha! Pun!) of portmanteaus - a genre of horror that the term 'mixed bag' was genetically grown for. Whereas in the distant past, other films of this type (The House that Dripped Blood, Asylum) have tended to be headed up by one team behind the curtain, Theatre Bizarre goes the way V/H/S, with different directors and writers for each segment. Unfortunately, unlike V/H/S, it's just not very successful. Some stories simply substitute gore and tits for story, whilst others seem to tag on a surprise ending at odds with the rest of the tale - a case of 'he was walking down the street, eating an ice cream and then his knees fell off'. One story in particular, in which a mother tries to make light of her young daughter's fascination with death after witnessing a bike accident, stands out the most because of its maturity amongst all the blood and boobs. It's the bright spark in an otherwise depressing number of z-grade stories that not even the appearance of uber-legend, Tom Savini, can save.
Abby D (de) wrote: Lots of drama and craziness this movie was! I think it was set out to be a comedy but I didn't laugh at all and was not satisfied with the ending. What they needed was a better script. But the reason why I am giving this movie 3 stars is because the locations looked beatiful, the clothes and hair looked good, the acting from everyone was good, and finally a one mister Javier Bardem can only make this movie work even more! Ah carumba!
Pin S (de) wrote: Watching this movie brings back memories of London. Performances by all were spectular, the songs are nice. Salman did an amazing job and performed with all his heart. A must watch!
Pimp Daddy Trent (fr) wrote: this movie is the best stoner comedy i would call it the harold and kumar of the midwest
Brinn O (es) wrote: Sean penn's performance and his chemistry with Fanning gets 4 stars fro, me. The film as a whole gets 2 and half stars. It's horribly edited, irritating score (except when the scenes get emotional, those parts were decent) some unbelievable characters, and, a plot that is WAY too dragged out.
Emalee A (fr) wrote: Unpleasant...in a good way
Sameer R (au) wrote: slow but mesmerizing !! a must watch..its in persian language though...:)
Jon B (nl) wrote: I watched this film when I was younger, but when I still think of this film I find that it did entertain me despite its unrealistic plot.
Juliette J (fr) wrote: "Come on, baby -- tell me size doesn't count." Yes!!
David R (es) wrote: Are you kidding me? I don't even have to see this to know...
Bryan P (jp) wrote: The Town that dreaded sundown sees a killer on the loose after 65 years, plenty of killings along the way in a very old fashioned american town which is like it is still in the early 40s. The film is not very exciting and you know what to expect
Mike B (jp) wrote: Though firmly rooted in the relative upheaval of mid 18th century Europe, the story is timeless. This particular edition of the opportunistic social climber's improbable rise (and inevitable fall) concerns a member of the Irish gentry's efforts to join the English aristocracy. But like all confidence pedlers who have preceeded him (and those yet to come), the character traits that draw Mrs. Lyndon to him and enable his ascent to social spheres far above his birthright are the very same that inform his eventual undoing.
Kevin M W (br) wrote: A botched kidnapping can make for a taut thriller as Kurosawa proves in this fluid tale, years and years before CSI or any number of police procedurals (seemly broadcast hourly of late). The chase is the thing here, and Mifune's role, though central, is not the only game in town by any means. Very enjoyable watching the Toyko police go after their man.
Craig C (nl) wrote: Dracula Does Disco and Arte Johnson steals every scene as Renfield. A great ensemble cast with George Hamilton and a long list of cameos from stars of the era. The only thing that sparkles is the mirror ball during the dance scenes. A lost almost classic.
Maj G (br) wrote: Not my favorite in the series but still a good one, though!
John D (ru) wrote: Not a true Astaire/Rogers vehicle. Has its entertaining moments-- the famous duo's dances, Del Rio getting spanked, scantily clad women being latched down to airplane wings in a scene filled with S&M imagery. Still, the long periods where nothing happens tend to drag things down a little bit. Best line: What do those girls have south of the equator that we don't?
neil L (it) wrote: Long and confusing gangster classic similar to the godfather
Dalton j (kr) wrote: This was before Happy Madison was dedicated to the devil fart joke