A guy whose life is in turmoil falls for an attractive real estate broker who moves into the condo next door, but doesn't realize that she expects him to move out for her planned renovation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A guy whose life is in turmoil falls for an attractive real estate broker who moves into the condo next door, but doesn't realize that she expects him to move out for her planned renovation.
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Greg P (it) wrote: Unexpected film. Kind of the loneliest story. I enjoyed the film. It was worth the two hour investment. Geoffrey Rudh was excellent, as he always is. However, I personally liked Donald Sutherland's performance. He just gets better with age. Here is were the film falls short, it's predictable. You can sum up the whole film with, it's better to have loved and lost then never to have loved at all. If you are an art perv, this is your movie. It is a calm thriller. I don't think those two word were meant for one another. If you are an action guy or gal, go fishing in another pond. If you want to watch a wonderful story about an art expert who falls deeply in love, this one's your cup of tea. I think I may have given the film 4 1/2 stars if it wasn't for the Stanley Kubrick ending. Oh well, good watching!
bill b (ag) wrote: zombies in serbia??? i have to see this
Robert I (fr) wrote: An action movie this action packed should've been MUCH better. The most lackluster action I've seen since Steven Segal got fat.
Jim N (au) wrote: Interesting - but never "terrifying" as some reviews say. Completely underwhelming ending.
amanda a (de) wrote: a cartoonist is somebody that does draw-ings!
Tasos L (ag) wrote: Trick or treat, it's helloween tonight !
patricia m (kr) wrote: ok if you like cartoons features
Josh P (ca) wrote: Much funnier than given to its credit.
fero H (au) wrote: "Skyfall" is loaded with jaw-dropping awesome stunts and special effects, one of the most beautiful and tragic Bond girls ever--the stunning Brnice Marlohe, and a brilliant theme song from the fabulously talented Adele and producer Paul Epworth lushly orchestrated by J.A.C. Redford. There is sizzling homo erotic tension between Daniel Craig's perfect Bond and Javier Bardem's Silva, a villain the likes of which have never been seen in this franchise. Dame Judi Dench's marvelous "M" is set up for retirement from the onset of the film. Dench, who has portrayed M for seven Bond films--a record- -is given the screen time she deserves to honor her character. While Craig's "Casino Royale" remains my favorite with its bloody and raw portrayal of the spy business and most tender Bond romance since "On Her Magesty's Secret Service," "Skyfall" is full and satisfying and among the best films of its kind released this season.