The Last Showing
A couple trapped in a cinema are manipulated into becoming unwilling actors in a film being captured by CCTV cameras.
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Carlos M (de) wrote: This awfully disturbing film is careful to introduce us without haste to its characters and their dynamics together before starting to dig up what lies beneath their tight family discipline - which is reinforced by Avranas' rigorous direction and even a beautiful ten-minute long take.
Jens S (ca) wrote: Full of car action but not as funny or charming as the first part. The spy story is surprisingly complex, way too complex for kids. Of course the fast pace and fun characters make up for that, giving the younger audience an adventure to remember.
William R (kr) wrote: Another one of my favorite Harrison Ford films
Lick M (es) wrote: oh my god! superb acting in this one! its a must see and very clever - "id be careful if i was you, you come lookin', you might not like what you find" (james walter wayland)
Alexander N (it) wrote: Good fun from John Carpenter. The second part with Stacy Keach is a 4 and a half star effort, and the third act is a solid 3 and a half, but the first drags. Well worth a watch. Good stuff.
jesse k (us) wrote: As dark and powerful as any film I've seen.
Jennifer A (de) wrote: [i]Rambling Rose [/i]is a smart, nostalgic piece set in a small town southern town in the 30's. Great performances by Laura Dern, Robert Duvall, Diane Ladd, Lukas Haas and John Heard. [i]The Doors[/i], directed by Oliver Stone, is a stylistic, yet terribly uneven look into the world of Jim Morrison. Val Kilmer does an amazing job as Jim Morrison, but instead of a well-rounded story it often becomes an exercise in self-idolization. I was hoping for a bit more, and that's coming from a Doors fan. Still worth seeing for Val Kilmer's performance. [i]Regarding Henry [/i]stars Harrison Ford as an insenstive, ruthless attorney who accidentally wanders into a burglary ended up shot in the head. Once he emerges from his coma he realizes what a jerk he was and attempts to mend his way. Well he should have been nicer before he got shot. [i]Sleeping With the Enemy [/i]bills itself as a psychological thriller, however you may need to take something to keep you awake. Stars Julia Roberts. I only like a couple of movies she's been in, and this isn't one of them. L.A. Story is a sophisticated comedy starring Steve Martin as television weatherman enjoying a typical LA yuppie life. Life changes when he is fired and finds out girlfriend Trudi (Marilu Henner) is cheating on him. Enter Sandee (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Sara (Victoria Tennant).
Tyler S (es) wrote: Excellent performances all around in this court room thriller, with a very nice twist at the end.
Leo L (de) wrote: A personal favorite. Now, this is a movie I don't mind seeing every now and then.
Paul J (kr) wrote: Utter realism meets bold character studies when Warhol and Morrissey team up. This is quite possibly their best collaboration. In a classic Cassavetes fashion, this film makes your jaw drop in its unflinching eye. It's as fresh today as it was 40 years ago. Unbelievable.
Cameron T (mx) wrote: Loved this as a kid, can enjoy it now. Don't hate it or love it. A fresh rating of 63% "Aliens in the Attic is just your average kids film. If you have kids, show this to them, there are worse movies to put on."
Carole T (br) wrote: John Travolta is truly awful in this...I seriously think it's time he quit acting for good! With a better actor, this could have been a slightly better, more atmospheric movie but he just fails to bring any emotion or substance to the role. The script could also do with jolt of electricity here and there. All in all, this had plenty of promise and just failed to deliver.