The Invisible Eye
Spying on her students, a teacher finds an exciting hobby.
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Laurent B (ca) wrote: On ressent du degout, du mepris pour Dupontel. Et puis on finit par presque tout lui pardonner, car, au fond, comment reagirions-nous a sa place ?
Andrew B (ca) wrote: Fantastic stuff. This really moved me. Gripping performances pretty much all round. And if you thought sexy beast was good......
James B (kr) wrote: Predominately a silly romantic comedy, with not as many laughs as one may suspect from the film's premise, which ultimately lets this film down. There are many humouress options to take with the idea, but the film really fails to capitalise on them. It's also not helped with you are able to work out exactly what will happen at the end after only five minutes. It's laughable how predictable this film is. But despite all of these grievances, I did enjoy the film, and Patrick Dempsey is believable as the playboy who finally discovers he's in love with his best friend. Personally I thought Michelle Monaghan looked a bit out of place. The most enjoyable scenes are those with Dempsey and his basketball friends. A light romantic comedy, and nothing more.
adam u (ca) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised by this. James still kept his attitude from his Spike days, and Jolene was the sexiest I've ever seen her totally underrated
Bobbi B (us) wrote: Good movie with a nice twist at the end
Jeans P (mx) wrote: Never has a golf club been so menacing
Luke W (nl) wrote: This film was a good overview of the rise and fall of the grunge scene, and my only issue with the film was that a lot of the local bands showcased here just weren't that good. Then again, maybe I was expecting more mainstream bands to take center stage.
Timmy Z (jp) wrote: time to get live time to rep resent. spaceman busy b and the bitch from cheers!
Private U (mx) wrote: One of the best movies ever made by the Big B. Being Muslim i really enjoyed the story and the hardship which he faced. Furthermore the sybolism used in the film were fantastic
Danny R (it) wrote: Murray, who shined in his role of a groundskeeper in "Caddyshack", fails to find the same likability he had in his previous movie. The comedy is about a misfit in charge of a bunch of idiots in the military. As far as military comedies are concerned, this one is nothing new and feels more like an adolescent male version of "Private Benjamin".
Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed by J. Lee Thompson (Ice Cold In Alex (1958), The Guns of Navarone (1961) and Cape Fear (1962)), this was an adaptation of Nikolai Gogol's 1832 short novel. Filmed around the world with a big cast, it was marketed as the next Spartacus. It has dated a bit, and there is a lot of overacting on display, but Thompson manages to stage some brilliant action sequences in the film, even if they're not kind to animals. The Turks and the Poles have been fighting in Eastern Europe, but the Cossacks, led by Taras Bulba (Yul Brynner) comes in to help the Poles, only for the Pole's to double cross the Cossacks, with the Pole's becoming the leads of Ukraine. Bulba returns to his family home to start a family with his wife Sofia (Ilka Windish), and he raises two sons. Andrei (Tony Curtis) and Ostap (Perry Lopez). Andrei and Ostap go to Kiev to get an education, but after Andrei romances Polish Princess Natalia Dubrov (Christine Kaufmann), he and Ostap are hounded out of town, back home. The sons and Taras plan to lead the Cossacks to fight back against the Poles. It is a bit overblown, but there is some well staged action sequences in the film, but it wasn't easy, filmed in the northern wilderness of Argentina, and the film's post-production was rushed. But despite that, it's entertaining and watchable for the most part.
Scotty P (fr) wrote: WATCH OUT FOR SNAKES!!!!! & this movie
Ryan V (gb) wrote: As anyone who browses IMDB will notice, Top Hat simply recycles the cast and "mistaken identity" plot points that drove the previous year's The Gay Divorcee. However, thanks to improved chemistry between Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Top Hat is a superior film to its predecessor. The legendary dance numbers are fired by a great Irving Berlin score that includes evergreen standards such as "Cheek to Cheek" and "Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails" (The latter number is arguably Astaire's signature piece as both singer and tap-dancer).
Alexa B (fr) wrote: I wanted to like this film so bad but I just couldn't stay awake.
Diane B (it) wrote: Hard to think of a lot of other (newer) movies as original after seeing this.
Mark S (de) wrote: Three Kings begins as a cynical, even disrespectful, Gulf War parody. By the end it evolves into a movie that's equal parts dark comedy and philosophical examination of both war and inaction. It asks hard questions, but is wise enough to realize that complex problems don't have simple answers.
Stephan K (fr) wrote: Since it was on "How did this get made" I didn't expect a whole lot. I've honestly had the blu ray already in my possession before I heard the podcast but never watched it. As an 80ties youth it was a lot of fun and the gore was immense. The plot was existing but made little sense. New characters appear and are gone within an eyeblink. Still, the unrated version is worth the few bucks they're asking for it.
Isaac H (gb) wrote: A visually creative and thematically resonant thriller with the clever veneer of a ghost story.