Slight off-balance police inspector Palmer (Alison Eastwood) works with Father Brian (Judd Nelson) to solve for a religion-based killer, while she deals with her teen-aged goth sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Lost Angel
Slight off-balance police inspector Palmer (Alison Eastwood) works with Father Brian (Judd Nelson) to solve for a religion-based killer, while she deals with her teen-aged goth sister.
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Holly R (ca) wrote: Seems aimless, but I think it's a pretty interesting commentary. Worth the time - delves into the very disturbing.
cli o (br) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Brianna K (es) wrote: lisaraye was so good in this one
Kirk J (gb) wrote: Zaza, the 31-year-old son of Georgian immigrants in Israel is a disgrace to his family for not yet being married. His parents have repeatedly tried to set him up with other girls, but he shrugs all of them off because he's in love with Judith, a 34-year-old divorcee with a daughter. The film essentially consists of only a small handful of long, deeply developed scenes with two major centerpieces. The first is an extended sex scene between Zaza and Judith, which is very different from any sex scene I've ever seen before. The sex isn't perfect or even particularly arousing, and absolutely nothing about the scene is in any way idealized -- basically, no effort is spent to make it enjoyable for the viewer. That's not the point. Instead, it's all about conveying the intimacy of the relationship. Zaza and Judith are entirely comfortable with each other's bodies and each of them appears to have intimate knowledge of exactly what'll excite the other. Instead of looking like a couple of actors performing a sex scene, they look like a couple having sex. (At least, it looks realistic to me; I don't actually have a frame of reference to draw on, except to say that it doesn't look at all like a typical sex scene.) This is an adult relationship being rightfully treated as such, and the couple's intimacy is so thoroughly embedded in the viewer's mind that the two of them seem like inseparable entities.The other major centerpiece is a very different scene in which several members of Zaza's family follow him up to Judith's apartment and confront them together. His parents are unimaginably cruel and condescending to both of them, and it's by far one of the most emphatically painful scenes I can ever recall seeing. You just sit back helpless while characters who previously just seemed like good, exasperated people, quaint but harmless, regress into an almost medieval sort of mob-like mercilessness, and in front of Judith's daughter, no less. But it's also far, far more complex a scene than a simple modern heroes vs. ancient villains scenario, and when it's through Zaza and Judith also emerge with the viewer's sympathies in question.The embarrassing description on the DVD's back cover tries to sell Late Marriage as a wacky farce "in the tradition of My Big Fat Greek Wedding" and also includes a blurb from one critic citing "probably the most realistic sex scene ever filmed," which together seem like odd selling points. New Yorker apparently decided the target audience was people who thought Greek Wedding was okay except for the lack of graphic sex. In any case, don't be deceived: Late Marriage is nothing like the harmless, annoying little extended sitcom it was sold to cash in on. It's much more dramatic, much more realistic, and much, much better. And where the other film viewed potentially repressive cultural tradition as a quaint little absurdity wrapped up by a big, rosy ending, Late Marriage is a bold, unwavering depiction of the damage it can cause generation after generation. It does not shy away from real life, no matter how much it hurts. The film ends exactly how you know it must end, which is exactly how you want it not to end.
Scott R (de) wrote: As melancholy a version as ever I have seen, with a constant feeling of a horrible climax that would be Jesus' death. I agree with the "reverent" description of the film. A lot had to do with the memorable musical score. Some of the dialogue was diluted to make it more approachable, then many of the stories were changed to make the characters more justified in their betrayals of Jesus. Strangely, they did not include the healing of the ear by Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane, nor the intercessory prayer.The choice of locations for filming was also good. But rarely was there color and this added to the somberness. It came later when he was resurrected which was tacky in its symbolism. Powell is powerful, yet I do not feel the love that Jesus showed that I expect. Then he had striking blue eyes in a couple scenes, then in the rest they were dark. He also had a strange femininity to him.The cast was vast and well thought out. It made the film more enjoyable to see the many cameos. Ustinov and Plummer did well as the Herods of the story. York was annoying whining and shouting endlessly.It did manage to tell the story of Jesus fairly well, but it focused especially on his early life and the leading up to his ministry. The inclusion of Barabbas' story as a patriot who fought the Romans was interesting, but I would like to know more about its historical accuracy.
Danjal N (au) wrote: I know it gets a bad rap, but I rather like it, it's pretty creepy at times. WHERE can I get the DVD?!??
Chris H (au) wrote: A poorly acted, terribly written, sluggishly paced Sci-fi/Action film.
Gareth C (ag) wrote: It's a reverse sweep masterpiece. The greatest bad movie in history that doubles as some awsome American propoganda. Just look plot! it's genius. Michael Ironside has a pony tale in it! It's a work of wonder, everyone should watch this.
Tania F (nl) wrote: Audacious for it's Time
Alexander C (au) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!
Adam R (br) wrote: A weak thriller with lousy acting from Jeff Bridges. It's so dull that it will have you uninterested and lost after the first fifteen minutes. The ending will throw you for a loop though. (First and only viewing - 8/13/2014)
Gabriel C (br) wrote: Best of the Balto collection.
April M (de) wrote: I had absolutely no expectations, and I was pleasantly surprised. This is like Thelma and Louise mixed with a little Burn After Reading -- a violent black comedy with a feminist theme.
Trevecca M (br) wrote: can't wait to see it
David W (gb) wrote: A trilogy that feels hit or miss, with a third one being meh
Andrew H (ag) wrote: Pretty creepy flick that borrows from many of its predecessors but embraces what made the scares so good in the first place. Pretty tense.