"Two Moons" depicts two women and a man that find themselves in a isolated area without a way out. So-Hee (Park Han-Byul) is a horror story writer who holds a secret. Seok-Ho (Kim Ji-Seok) ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tim P (gb) wrote: Brilliant documentary. Not sure how the Alford Plea thing works. Worst of all I guess is that if they really didn't do it, but stay convicted, then no one is looking for who did.
Adam A (nl) wrote: "The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window And Disappeared" may have an overly-long and silly title, and the story might be the Swedish recall to Forrest Gump, but it is a feel-good movie that demands not to be taken too seriously, and it does so by adding implausible fun along the way..
Gary L (br) wrote: Good story, and beautiful cinematography.
Ricardo H (ru) wrote: Surprisingly better than I expected
Amanda T (it) wrote: I loved this movie! It was so funny as well as a little scary!
Down Town Kevin B (de) wrote: Completely wrongly cast, like putting Gary Glitter on the phones at Childline. Furlong once had promise and now he looks like a fat lesbian.
Rafael C (fr) wrote: still makes me laugh, feel good and reminds me of te 90's
Liam D (ru) wrote: Buffalo 66 drama that contains dark comedic sentiments. Christina Ricci is fantastic in her role of an abducted girl, Vincent Gallo is is fantastic too but his role grows wearisome throughout. The look of the film (what I can only describe as a medium format photography look) is very unique and satisfying. All in all Buffalo 66 is a hard film to write a review about, so I'll finish with this, a thoroughly enjoyable film.
Danny D (ru) wrote: Perhaps the least of Lindsay Anderson's Mick Travis trilogy (which doesn't say much, as they're all pretty fantastic). Anderson cranks the satire all the way up and throws in some science fiction/horror for good measure. How do I NOT love this movie?
Zhan T (us) wrote: this play, is fundamentally about the right and freedom of choice- your own personal choice. though there is all the fuss made about suicide as a choice, but the main theme of the story still boils down to whether that sculpter can be granted is own decision- even the decision to die. with all the fuss made by the medical department on ethics and morals, on how suicide is immoral and incomprehensible, can we really comprehend what it is like to lose all physical functions- paralysed, and live life attached to a hospital bed?? that is the monotony of it. this play presents suicide in a much compassionable way, and argues its point till we really think, is suicide immoral? it only is because we humans deems it so.
Jay Z (au) wrote: As far as horror sequels go, Halloween II is a success in its own right. After a near-perfect film like Halloween, expectations for Halloween II were extremely high. Even though it isn't at the level of its predecessor, it's still not a bad film. However, it's a very simple and focused film. It retains the thrilling atmosphere of Halloween, yes, but it also forgets why Halloween even happened. Halloween II feels almost pointless.The movie's motive is forgotten. It will still entertain and scare, but that's only because it doesn't try to be as good as its predecessor. Halloween II was trying to be an okay sequel to a masterpiece of a movie, and it succeeds in doing that. Ultimately, Halloween II achieves its goal of not being a total failure, but sadly never attempts to reach the height of Halloween.
Ralph R (de) wrote: "Ira Hayes.... Ira Hayes.... Call him drunken Hayes, He won't answer anymore. Not the whiskey drunken Indian or the man who went to war."
Spencer H (ag) wrote: Ridley Scott is a master director and he still shows his skill in directing by making this movie. Black Hawk Down is one of his best films.
Helen H (us) wrote: Not as funny as i was hoping
Nick R (es) wrote: Literally the best movie I've seen in years.This should have won multiple Oscars
Spencer H (ru) wrote: Smart, funny, and well-acted, Matchstick Men is another good movie by the great Ridley Scott.