Successful lobbyist Leah Vaughn is unhappy in her relationship with her boyfriend David King, as he does not feel ready to commit to her wishes of starting a family, causing them to break up. After a painful breakup, successful lobbyist Leah Vaughn jumps into a passionate relationship with a charming stranger. When her ex-boyfriend resurfaces in her life she has to figure out who she should trust and who she should fear. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Lori M (it) wrote: I had no expectations of this movie. I was surprised at how much I loved it. A great 3D feast for the eyes as well a non stop action packed story with great follow thru!
Catherine R (de) wrote: luv any movie this chick is in.
Le Wild P (nl) wrote: Irritating to say the least. The film is structured like a colossol mess. It's difficult to determine whether or not it's you, the viewer or the film that is confused. I'm going with the latter.
Garrick D (mx) wrote: Unusual, even within the "mumblecore" subgenre. I can't say I loved it, but there's a lot to like within it: the offbeat use of music, the telling observational character bits, the not-in-your-face commentary on technology as it pertains to relationships. Also: nudity! Plus, the adorably charming and wonderfully natural Tipper Newton. A tad slow, though, even by "mumblecore" standards.
Rod G (kr) wrote: "Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman" no alcanza el nivel de calidad de animacin y trama de sus predecesoras pero al menos entretiene de buena gana y tambin satisface.
HungYa L (us) wrote: Absolutely amazing cinematography from Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu! Three stories are simple and very straightforward and they interweaving with one another by each character' s own choices when in their own crossroads. It seems to me that each of the main characters are making somehow wrong decisions from an outsider's eyes and thus, they walked on the path of self-destruction. The story itself is not a happy one, if not too depressing. I think of Requiem for a Dream after watching Amores Perros. Both movies echo with each other... I realized that I am all confused if I should continue to have hopes for my life ahead or just not bother to have any expectations toward life at all...
Hollywood H (gb) wrote: Early low budget sandler movie
James H (de) wrote: Delightful comedy, with outstanding performances from many in the cast, including Art Carney, Glenda Jackson, Walter Matthau and Richard Benjamin. Art Carney's character is hilarious, Glenda Jackson has a wonderful sense of humor. The writing is fresh and funny, the pace is awesome. Great from start to finish.
JamesMasaki R (mx) wrote: An OK tough guy movie, a chronicle about a group of people starting from their childhoods and following them through the rise and fall in life. Cagney is a boxer with high pride, Ann Sheridan is his girl that slowly moves away, and one interesting casting, Elia Kazan as Googie, a rare acting role. It's pretty forgettable compared to a lot of the tough guy films of the time, but the punchy dialogue keeps it alive.
Brandon W (ru) wrote: Before Silent House, Chris Kentis and Laura Lau made a low budget shark movie that's surprisingly way better than Silent House, and it's a shark movie too nonetheless. The acting is not A game here, but it's still really good. It's really interesting, and there were some moments where I jumped. The conversations the two main character had are really good and might be something that people would actually talk about when they're in the same situation. The effects are nicely done from what the movie has got, and it's shotted really well consider that it's a low budget one. The actors must've been really brave to be in the ocean with lots of sharks as I wouldn't even do that even if they want me too. Open Water is not perfect, but it's not trying to be and is more or less trying to be an entertaining shark movie which it surprisingly worked in a realistic way.