After a tumultuous affair between international photojournalist Lee (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and troubled writer John (Martin Henderson) ends in John's disappearance, Lee lands in a mental ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fearing she may be responsible, a mental patient (Jennifer Jason Leigh) tries to unravel the mystery behind her ex-lover's (Martin Henderson) disappearance.
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Panayiotis P (ca) wrote: Just to pas your time...
Harrison F (ca) wrote: I've been a fan of Turok for a while, and I was excited when I learnt a DVD was coming out. Trouble is, it hasn't been released in the UK yet. WHY?!
Holger B (kr) wrote: While the basic problem does not concern me, I found it beautiful and it should be thought-provoking for any religious person. People like me have little diificulty with its central message that you should always love your family and don't judge anyone because of what they are.
Matthew Y (fr) wrote: Though super predictable, it is nontheless enjoyable and lighthearted
Crispin T (br) wrote: Its no Akira, but Steam-punk "before it was cool" and some mighty fine animation still makes for a nice film.
lucas s (it) wrote: something i should've done in college
Melissa D (jp) wrote: i love this movie ... wish i could download it
Eliabeth H (jp) wrote: I wanted to watch a dancing movie as the girls started ballet. PS really is a great dancer and the dancing was good (the last one actually brought tears to my eyes) but the story was stupid and acting silly.
Phil K (gb) wrote: Doesn't get the love it deserves. It has everything I like, and nothing I dislike.
Gary G (kr) wrote: Typical 80's fluff--loved it for what it was.
Tim S (ca) wrote: Not nearly as memorable as the original, but not all that bad. There aren't quite as many death sequences in this film as there are in the original, which makes for long boring moments in between them. Some of Price's overdubs stick out like a sore thumb this time around, as well. The story is less interesting this time around, as there isn't quite as much to do with the original plot. It is certainly squirm-inducing in spots and there are some hilarious one-liners, but I think I prefer to see the original more than this sequel.