Irene is unhappily married to an older businessman, but very much in love with a handsome young lawyer. He doesn't want to add to her unhappiness by ruining her marriage; she is terrified ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Kiss is a 1929 drama film directed by Jacques Feyder and starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel and Lew Ayres in his first feature film. This film is known for being both MGM's and Greta Garbo's last silent film.
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Japes (ru) wrote: This movie had a lot of potential. It wasn't good, but I could tell the director really put in a good amount of effort into this movie. The movie is about two brothers and their girlfriends who take a shortcut through the woods with their car. I wasn't sure if they were going camping or going to an event, but either way the road damages their car so much that it gets a flat tire. One thing after another happens to their car- flat tire, broken axle, etc. It was kind of ridiculous. Anyway, while they try to fix the flat on their car, a bear approaches them from the woods. The one brother takes out his pistol and shoots it to death. Later, the bear's mate comes after them all to avenge the death of his bear friend. The movie was really short 88 mins. Everything happened so quickly. The characters weren't developed at all. There was a deeper story between the characters and I think the movie would have been a lot better had the characters been more 3 dimensional. You can't have a deep plot, if the characters are shallow. There were problems between the characters (affair, drugs, etc.) that literally came out of nowhere. The movie doesn't give you any hints about the problems between the couples, it kind of just throws it all out there while the characters are talking in the car. The script does all of the work in the movie, the actors don't do anything. For example (SPOILER), the one brother and girl had an affair (the girl however is married to the other brother). The movie doesn't give you any subtle hints that these two people had an affair. It just comes out in the script later in the movie. Out of nowhere one of the brothers says to the girl he had an affair with "You've been acting really cold to me lately, why?" Like really? I honestly didn't notice her being "cold" to him at all. They seemed quite fine and interacted with each other multiple times. They gave me no reason to believe that they were ever romantically involved with each other. The script works way too hard in this film. The director should have had the actors glance awkwardly at each other or something, and give subtle clues indicating something had happened between them in the past. Everything in this movie is said, not showed which for me was a problem. The actors surprisingly were not the worst actors I've ever seen; it was the script that was problem. The director tried to add depth, but he added too much depth. One problem after another kept arising between the characters. It was like an overload of money, family, drug and marriage problems. It was too much, and because the characters were 2 dimensional, the director's attempt at a deeper understory just failed even more. The bear scenes were really cool, but really not suspenseful. Creating suspense is hard, and I think if the characters had been more developed then there would have been some suspense there (because the audience would have cared somewhat about the individuals). The SFX was good too, however the car flipping over was really fake. Two guys could flip the car to its original right side up position? Bullshittt. It was so easy to tell the car was just a prop and not real. It took the guys like 2.5 seconds to flip that car. Come on now. I hated the ending of this movie too. I respect the effort put into this movie, but let's be real...the characters were dumb. Maybe if they had been more developed they wouldn't have appeared so stupid. The decisions they made were so illogical. Climbing trees like a motherfucking monkey, trying to fix a car after it rolled like 10 times and expecting it to drive out of that unfortunate situation like a boss....pleasee. Plot definitely needed some improvements. Like I said before, I could tell the director worked really hard on this film. He tried to add depth to the plot. The movie wasn't just about a killer bear, it was also about family and honesty and shit. The director tried to make the movie have a meaning. He didn't make a shallow piece of shit movie, he attempted to give it depth and a more purposeful story line. Unfortunately his attempt at film ended in failure and the movie is still pretty shitty, but at least he tried. I give him a B+ for effort. It wasn't another animal gone mad attack film with hot college kids, it tried to be something more than that. Most people are calling this movie dumb and pointless, but I believe it was not. Even if the bear was the best actor out of the bunch, this movie could have been something special! Maybe next time John Rebel, maybe next time.
James B (mx) wrote: First rate sci fi Drama (McConaughy a little over the top, though). Convincingly creates a post-apocalyptic world - with lots of dragons. "The only thing worse than dragons are Americans."
Jess L (it) wrote: A cute movie but of course pretty darn bad.
Tatsuhito K (kr) wrote: After watching the first 15 minutes, I quickly figured out that this is going to be a personal revenge thriller rather than cerebral, suspenseful espionage film. As Jack Ryan, Harrison Ford proves that he's a solid actor and there are some quietly gripping sequences, especially the climactic shootout is very well-done. But it is slow at times and many of the characters are not quite interesting. Patriot Games is not without moments. It's an average and mildly entertaining espionage film.
Mrs C (jp) wrote: it sucked...please don't bye..sucked sucked sucked...funny though
Curtis H (jp) wrote: A stodgy uninteresting mystery starring Christopher Plummer and James Mason as the unforgettable legends Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson who match wits with the infamous Jack the Ripper. While Mason performs the role of Watson admirably, Plummer's Sherlock Holmes is conservative and altogether too proper for his eccentric role. The story while well told is simply not very compelling, and the whole thing overstays its welcome.
Weston W (mx) wrote: isn't hitchcock's best but shows the conflict of a man obeying his order as a priest or as a law-abiding citizen
JH K (ru) wrote: Un insoportable desastre narrativo
Jeffrey P (fr) wrote: You had me at Daniel Craig, you lost me at all the British accents. Otherwise, entertaining even with the spiderweb storyline.
Daniel P (au) wrote: Campy trash; bad acting and obvious writing, and the film's lacks John Carpenter's usual visual flair. Great music though.