The Long Wait
The Long Wait is a mystery thriller written by Mickey Spillane. A man gets in a car accident and is badly burned. He also cannot remember his own identity.
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Caleb B (fr) wrote: I love all zombie movies. That is, all zombie movies except this one.
Saad U (ru) wrote: A intriguing story showing a forceful transition between childhood and marriage, and East and West for a rural Bengali woman. Presents a moral dilemma in what does a woman forced into loveless union have to do for satisfaction? Her choices may not be the wisest but the journey through which it happens and the acting definitely draws you in.
Alexander C (nl) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
Troy M (us) wrote: I've read a lot of reviews of this one, and loving singing myself, I was flabbergasted hearing Jane Horrocks' character LV (Elvie, or Little Voice) belt out an entire concert of big time hits after enduring her initial complete silence. She was such an easy character to root for (I'm rather a shy recluse myself) and watching Michael Caine and Brenda Blethlyn scheme behind her back (or right in front of her after her performance, which she thought would be the only one required) made me cringe and want to personally carry her off to safety. Great film and one that got very little initial exposure. I love rooting out all these gems from amid the gaudy, overrated garbage foist upon the moviegoing public! -- Troy Merrick
R L (jp) wrote: FUNNIEST MOVIE EVER!! My favorite movie of all time!!
Russell H (mx) wrote: thoroughly entertaining, backwoods mayhem
Tony (ca) wrote: IMO an incredibly underrated film from Fellini. More low key and political, but I think it's very funny and having played in an orchestra myself this makes the film even more amusing.
Alex M (ag) wrote: I didn't really feel any of the chemistry between Lombard and MacMurray. Honestly, I felt Fred MacMurray was annoying and a bit too unrealistic. The "other" guy played by Ralph Bellamy was great. After watching this film I started to think about how so many of the 30s movies I've been watching recently deal with the obscenely wealthy. As if there are no other types of people in America. Possibly this is due to the effects of the great depression. People may not have wanted to think about their own lives and instead focus on the unattainable world of the rich.
Jerry W (mx) wrote: While the action was entertaining, I was bothered that Wang Lee Hom and all the other Asian male actors had such ineffectual roles. Typical, nah?
Skylar T (au) wrote: This movie was the best movie I've ever seen. It was a shocking,loving,sad,realistic,life throwing. It shows that life is hard,but you can't give up or you may lose everything. A 18 year old boy is faced with losing his mother, and a father who left when he was young. He is facing drugs and people who wont forgive.
Dan M (ru) wrote: *just pointing out that I have seen this before, but it's been a long, long, long time and I haven't properly reviewed this until now* Bill Murray at his finest here, (and he's pretty damn ruthless at times too) I can empathize with him a bit on the whole not being a fan of Christmas. It's amazing how adult this movie is, seeing as I was about 9 or 10 years old when I watched this the first time around.
Robert M (de) wrote: Pathetic, rediculous....poor Tommy Lee, he is a great actor but this movie sucks! The story is so unrealistic and makes zero sense....Love Tommy Lee Jones and his acting ability is the only bright spot in this total waste of time movie....they thought his name and ability would make it good but nobody could save this script.....stupid and an insult to your inteligence.