Catherine meets Nick by accident and, after a whirlwind romance, the two get married and Catherine moves into Nick's apartment only that's the start of problems when an unseen intruder begins playing strange mind games with Catherine in an apparent attempt to drive her insane.
- Stars:Charlotte Gainsbourg, Charles Edwin Powell, Nastassja Kinski, Molly Parker, John Hannah, Charles Papasoff, Marianne Farley, Mike Tsar, Angelo Tsarouchas, Janis Kershner, David McKeown, John Dunn-Hill, Tony Robinow, Candace Frazier, Cynthia Frazier,
- Country:UK, Canada
- Director:David Bailey,
- Writer:Jamie Brown, Brooke Leimas (novel), Paul Mayersberg (additional writing)
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(jp) wrote: John Cusack and Thomas Jane kick the tires and light the fires in the chase film Drive Hard. The story follows a former race car driver turned driving instructor who's tricked into being a wheel-man when his student robs a mob bank. Unfortunately the performances aren't very good; especially Jane, who's down right awful. But the writing is rather poor too, with stereotypical characters and unfocused storytelling. A trite and unoriginal action film, Drive Hard is a lazy piece of filmmaking.
(it) wrote: Awefull acting and pathetic dialogue delivery spoiled it all... the concept wasnt so bad but the way abhishek and priyanka acted, they screwed up the very little of what was there in this movie..... like the special effects though!!
(br) wrote: Although it was classified as a thriller, it wasn't very thrilling for me. But, it was certainly a very intelligent movie, with polished actors and a clever storyline. They give all the details at first and tie them all together at the end, with a twist here and there. Definitely makes it on my list of top French favorites.
(jp) wrote: ron white is fucking hilarious.
(ru) wrote: Excellent movie! Tom Wilkinson is great. He has been recognized for the great actor he is. Emma Watson also does a wonderful job. The movie seems slow at first, but catches such a pace...
(ca) wrote: A cult horror film, Ginger Snaps tries to put a unique spin on the werewolf genre but has some tonally problems. Emily Perkins and Katharine Isabelle star as two sisters whose bond is tested when one of them is attacked by a werewolf and begins to transform. Unfortunately, the writing is uneven and tries to insert some horror-comedy and satire that doesn't quite work. Part of the problem is the performances, which are pretty lifeless. Additionally, the wolf effects are pretty terrible; though some of the transformation makeup work is rather creative. Ginger Snaps does some interesting things, but in the end it doesn't quite succeed.
(us) wrote: I was shockingly surprised when I found that the pace of this award winning movie was far more killing than its content. To say that it's the slowest movie I've ever watched might be an exaggeration, but it surely is the slowest movie I've watched this year. It seemed like it took generations to move ahead. But since it belonged to one of my favorite genres (mystery) and also won certain awards at Cannes Film Festival, I thought that it'd be worth suffering. Within minutes into the film, I'd predicted who would have perpetrated the crime. But I sat through it believing that I'd be wrong at least here. And I was wrong. Before you get it wrong, let me clarify that I sure was wrong..... but in predicting that I'd be wrong regarding my prediction.I didn't dig much into the story of the film before watching it since it was a mystery/drama. And I avoided reading reviews since more often than not they come with free spoilers. I started watching this approx. 147 minutes looooooong movie believing that it'd be a murder mystery. But it hardly moved into that direction. It seemed to be some sort of drama which was way out of my taste and for which I wasn't prepared at all. And for once (those of you who emphasize on accuracy, feel free to replace "for once" by "once again") I missed the point of the movie, if at all there was one. I still have no clue about it and I don't care to; my head is still spinning and I'm filled with umpteenth rage and violence for its makers. Emmanuel Schotte hardly had any expressions, and I don't feel that was a mean feat. To carry on with that blank and expressionless face throughout the movie must have been more of a drag than the movie itself. And that he survived it is worth loads of awards. I can't say about the rest of the actors.Recommended for those who love 'different' kind of movies. They simply can't dare afford to miss out this one; it's once in a lifetime opportunity (for, who knows, there may be no life in you sooner than later you've started watching it). Good luck if you're going to watch it.
(nl) wrote: [size=6][color=red]20 dates [/color][/size] :fresh: Myles Berkowitz went searching for the perfect woman...and scored with the perfect romantic comedy. This "ingeniously conceived, laugh-out-loud hunt for a girlfriend" (Los Angeles Times) depicts one man's heartfelt and hilarious quest for love, including a scandalous tryst with actress Tia Carrere and a Playboy playmate!wha i think:fresh: 20 dates one of those films lots of people will past up it's a intesting look into the dating life of a guy that i found plain annoying .this movie is good for a laugh or too and is worth a watch
(br) wrote: It's so heartbreaking but it's a great story and it's clean but has wonderful passionate scenes.
(ag) wrote: This movie inspired me to love history. Sure it takes creative license with some facts. But it's a great film. Wonderful songs b
(fr) wrote: Obviously shot on a shoestring budget and in truth the film suffers as a result. Dennis Hopper and John Saxon rescue a Martian who turns out to have a nasty side. Sad to see Basil Rathbone caught up in this in one of his last films.
(kr) wrote: A movie ahead of its time. Maybe society wasn't ready for it back then, but had it been produced a few decades latter, maybe the success would have been other. Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant are brilliant as always and the storyline was well developed.
(fr) wrote: Denzel Washington is one of the most watchable people in film for mine (Kunis is certainly no strain to watch either). Despite my aversion to it thematically in some ways (the book has always been more Oldman than Washington in my opinion), I found it intriguing enough to watch a few times. Great story, well put together.
(it) wrote: Hitman Martin Blank (Jon Cusack) is having a somewhat of mid life crisis, and starting to question his profession. With a high school reunion looming, and it being in the same town as his next hit he decides to attend both and visit his old high school sweetheart. Grosse Point Blank does not have much to get excited about aside from a suave performance by Cusack and a sexy performance by Driver. There are better action comedies out there, but this one at least is somewhat different.