Julien lives alone with his cat. He dreams of Marie, and a few minutes later, he sees her on the street and makes a date. He asks her to move in with him, and she does. Her boyfriend is dead, the rest of her past a mystery. Although they quickly seem to fall in love, she sometimes pulls away suddenly from Julien, is distant, and spends the night in a hotel. She also dreads something imminent and warns Julien that if he missteps, he will lose her and all memory of her. Julien responds by digging into her past: what explains her remodeling an upstairs garret room, her nightly dreams, her fears? What can Julien, now desperately in love, do when he learns why? Can either rescue the other?
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Abraham D (ru) wrote: This movie is sick!!! What were they thinking? Do not watch it!
Matthew P (jp) wrote: Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga are such an inspired pair. They make "At Middleton" is easy to watch, you will do your best to ignore moments of corny dialogue.
Jorge Mauricio M (br) wrote: A good film director and well entertained, using good visual effects and should have written a script rather more psychological
Meg D (au) wrote: One of my fav. lesbian movies...
Lane D (nl) wrote: "Eh, purple lightning... That's always a good sign..."
Maxwell S (mx) wrote: An outstanding piece of filmmaking that covers the child-like wonders and abstractions of a crazy person, but it is so filled with intense beauty and emotion that it absorbs you more wholly than expected, which is probably the most unpredictable thing about this wildly unpredictable film. It uses a concentrated thought process to create a dense, literate atmosphere where it can do things and not have to say why or how, it can just do things, and we will feel for it, and everything done in this film is all done based around those thoughts. One of the certain masterworks of the 80's.
Sanjay T (ag) wrote: 80's movie about image isn't half bad!
Chad H (br) wrote: I honestly couldn't resist picking this movie up at comic-con when I saw it. The title just screamed buy me, being a fan of campy movies I decided it was in my best interest to get it. Boy was I wrong. This movie had potential but its very low budget and leaves way to much to much to the imagination. Its very flimsy and comes off as very rushed at times. For the most part I really couldn't understand what was happening besides waiting for this monster to appear. The plot is basically your typical weird biological monster that pretty much blends in with the sand and kills from the sand... So instead try to think of it as killer quick sand because the movie describes it as an amoeba which is just silly. The monster suffers visually and looks terrible. This movie really suffers from a few things, horrible quality, mediocre acting and dialogue. Monster scenes that are way too to and far between. It really bores you after a while and lacks a sense of direction. Overall this story was a let down and didn't deliver what I had hoped at all, but for what its worth...well certainly not worth what I paid.. but if you want to see something just to say you've seen it, I recommend this one most definitely. I won't recommend this to anyone else really even camp cult fans much like myself, just steer clear of it guys.
Rob F (ru) wrote: I grew up with Drak shAdows so it was nice seeing all of cast in a completwly different script setting. The movie pretty much fast forwards through episode 216-400. And also doing other things to characters they may have wanted to do int he show. It is a great movie and a classic in my heart
Matt O (jp) wrote: School for scoundrels is my number 1 favourite movie. Upon closer inspection of its themes, it critises the Political Correctness of modern society. Taking in its viewpoints changed the way I live my life. It challenges society's dismissil of id for superego, and shows the journey of a group of emascalated 'losers' get back intouch with their natural human instincts to start gettting more out of life.
Filipe C (kr) wrote: Anchored by august performances, "The Earrings of Madame De..." is a phenomenal and sophisticated masterclass in filmmaking, featuring some of the best camerawork and stage direction in the history of cinema. Much in the vein of Orson Welles and Douglas Sirk, Max Ophuls lets the set pieces create the melodrama while ably using the exquisite dialogue to create a claustrophobic succession of impeding doom.
Marc R (fr) wrote: Bythewood is operating with cliches here, but she does not depend on them. Like her debut "Love & Basketball," she puts all her efforts and attention towards the characters. She cares for them and is sincere with them. Gugu, Parker and especially Driver all do good work. The film's scenario is silly, but its navigation of the effects of the music industry on female artists is quite serious.
Lucas M (fr) wrote: Streep's performance is breathtaking and is an example of sheer acting power. Sadly, the film itself is slow and lacking in depth.
Ian G (gb) wrote: A solid if unoriginal look into the middle aged couple stuck in a rut as all of their respective friends start having children and giving in to their nesting instincts as they wallow away trying to conceive as well as finish their own film projects, Ben Stiller happens upon a young couple who happen to be in the arts themselves and more open to live that help give Stiller and Watts a perceived jumpstart that they need. That is until the inevitable competition and perceived affects the change in lifestyle has on their marriage. Noah Baumbach right now seems to be the heir apparent to Woody Allen, cranking out the neurotic look into the lives of either upwardly mobile or the bohemians located throughout NYC, and Stiller seems to be very much at home within this format after years doing the Zoolander/post SNL bit, and Watts makes a pretty decent foil for him as well supported by decent performances by Seyfried and Driver.
Max P (br) wrote: This is, without a doubt, one of the worst films I have ever seen, and anyone involved with the making of this absolute shit should be ashamed. Terrible jokes, awful acting, boring characters, atrocious writing sand to top it all off, an utterly shit plot, Paul Blart: Mall Cop will make you hate Kevin James, even if you already hated him.