A young woman in dire financial straights accepts an offer to be a wealthy aristocrat's human "pet" for six months. Then ruthless modern "pet-nappers" kidnap the woman to sell her on the GSM (Global Slave Market). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young woman in dire financial straights accepts an offer to be a wealthy aristocrat's human "pet" for six months. Then ruthless modern "pet-nappers" kidnap the woman to sell her on the GSM (Global Slave Market).
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Billiam W (mx) wrote: Pluses = Interesting story; brilliant actingNegatives = Slow at points; sometimes a bit vague (did Kroc want to bang that girl he played the piano with? Did he?)Overall = Good, not greatIMO
Arvin G (br) wrote: Allied is a WWII tale in which we've seen it before but with a different take, it is an ideal drama-thriller-romance story but we can just take the romance away since we can't really find a strong chemistry.The film's nature is very close to what a World War II environment feel should be, but, its more amazing to know that not every design, especially on their clothing, are pulled out exactly as what we knew from history books. As quoted from the film's costume designer, Joanna Johnston during an interview with Fashionista: "I wanted to ground it in the time, but I also wanted to give it its own look, so you kind of pick and mix, in that regard. I think it's a very attractive period, and it looks good to our contemporary eyes at this point in time, so it's not difficult to make it look good for the film. Nothing was a straight copy, it was a whole load of different influences or parts that go into making your interpretation for the film.".Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard both looked lavishly good, with their dresses and suits they both resemble power and class. Cotillard, notably, seemed to fit on every dresses, and no matter what you make her wear, she remains stunnigly gorgeous.Pitt and Cotillard had their share of talent throughout the film, even though the romantic charisma between the two didn't spark that bright, they were still able to carry and effectively played their role in a very compelling manner. As the biggest revelation unravels, the couple tried their best to save their relationship by running away, but only then that they realized that their love is not just built on survival, but also by sacrifice.
Eduardo D (gb) wrote: Excellent movie. Didn't care to watch it first because the plot summary insinuated a racially toned movie. Turned out to be a nice story of people caring for each other. Race didn't matter, it was not an issue. Could have been cast with all white actors and would not have affected the relationships between the characters. The negative reviews by critics were more offensive than the movie itself. Never considered Eddie Murphy to be funniy. This is a better role for him.
Leslie L (gb) wrote: A really bad dystopian movie with some good ideas. I am hoping that there is a novel out there that led to the film because it has to be better than this. It rents for 99cents on Amazon. I watch any sci movie that comes along even if it is utter crap.
Kordell C (ca) wrote: One of the best movies ever made. It's extremely layered, creative, smart, and mind-blowing. It is perfectly directed and the cast is all on their A game. This movie perfectly blends clever indie movies with large blockbusters. There's literally something for everyone to love about this movie.
Arash V (gb) wrote: Smart, dark, insightful, brave, excellent acting and music. Top marks.
Chenoa N (ru) wrote: I feel that this movie shows that you can find love in the most unlikely of places, and that to me is a good message. Don't look for love, let it fall on top of you... twice.
Andrey B (de) wrote: Well acted and wisely staged melodrama portraying a couple whose child was killed in an accident.
lucas s (gb) wrote: Somersault is an australian independent movie directed by newcomer Cate Shortland and the movie that showed Abbie Cornish (Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Candy, Bright Star) to the world. The movie is a coming-of-age drama about Heidi(Cornish), that after a trouble with her mothers she go out of her home and try to live by herself. What is the best thing about Independent films? They don't need to follow formulaic plots to appeal for a larger audience, the director just tell the story the way he/she thinks it should be, not that all blockbusters suck or that all indie films are good, but they just have an unique charm. It's also interesting to note that even if the plot looks very common it never gets dated, because it will always happen, nobody has to take such drastic atitudes, but everybody passes for those moments of insecurity and confusion, and Shortland make a great job in exploring the psychological of those characters, and of course... I have to say that Abbie Cornish performance is great, very natural and convincing, making her character even more interesting, with all her sexuality, Heidi still looks very inocent and doesn't know very well what she is doing. I think this movie is very underrated, but I understand why, even though it looks better than other recent coming-of-age drama like An Education or My Summer Of Love for example. In the end, Somersault isn't one of those movies that I'd say "OMG! YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS" but still it's worth watching. Final Rating: 8.1
Josh J (ca) wrote: By the end, I did feel bad for Eric and was glad that Johnny achieved his dream. But all the bad acting, terrible writing and shoddy camera work it took to get to that point was pretty rough. There are a lot of great quotes to be taken from this movie though.
Luke R (us) wrote: The dumbest movie I've ever seen. I loved it.
Mikey S (ag) wrote: This movie is ridiculous it's so funny and trashy this movie is so 80's but if you know of ELVIRA and enjoy her you'll like this film RENT
Betty T (ag) wrote: I love this movie. Sean Penn is amazing...I love Cheyanne's sheepish laugh, his/her non-reactive reactions, and idiosynchrosies of the character. This movie is really about overcoming and I admire overcomers in life and the movies.