When a mysterious stranger arrives in their isolated coastal town, 10-year-old twins, Kimi and Melody are forced apart. Kimi must find the strength to let go of what he loves the most. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Strength of Water
When a mysterious stranger arrives in their isolated coastal town, 10-year-old twins, Kimi and Melody are forced apart. Kimi must find the strength to let go of what he loves the most.
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Farah R (us) wrote: Finally! A horror film that lives up to its genre. The Autopsy Of Jane Doe is original, riveting, and truly frightening. There were countless possibilities for the ending it just keeps you guessing on the edge of your seat. But it all comes down to the brilliant performances that brought it to life in a deliciously terrifying way.
Jan S (mx) wrote: I would like to thank Bleecker Street for telling the inspirational story of men who, instead of running from danger, gave their all to defeat evil. This film was a tough watch, but they deserve to be remembered.
Doctor S (es) wrote: Two straight male friends from college engage in the ultimate game of chicken: during a drug & alcohol-fueled party, each challenges the other that they have sex together for a local porn film festival, and as the day of filming approaches neither seems willing nor able to extricate himself from the project! Some funny moments throughout this study of male friendship (although interesting to note written by a woman) but loses steam and quickly runs out of fresh ideas beyond the premise. Furthermore, the motives of only one of the guys really makes sense. The conclusion does offer an ambiguously touching final scene.If you ever wondered what happened to Josh, the blond bearded guy from The Blair Witch Project, he wound up here in Seattle in a movie with seemingly an even smaller budget!
Luis M (kr) wrote: Director Ataru Oikawa works up another Tomie flick with Anri Ban joining the cast playing the villainous Tomie in the not so special edition to the always and forever...Tomie. Set aside from Tomie: Replay and Tomie: Another face, this film takes the cake for a tasteless Tomie film. However, I couldn't consider this the worst Tomie movie because it seemed to have been shot the same way as "Another face" and this is exactly why I would presume Tomie: Replay to have been the worst of the series. Anri Ban was unable to laugh that laugh led along walk the walk on the portrayal of "the girl that won't die" leaving the rest of the film cast trying whatever they got to make something out of it. Nevertheless, it's another Tomie movie and a fan is always willing to watch it.
Jerome Y (de) wrote: I liked the story and thought that it built up well... the ending is somewhat expected... the 3 ladies were pretty ok in their performance!
Allan C (de) wrote: A smart, high-tech update of the Jules Dassin style heist film. The film is greatly aided by a terrific and eclectic cast that includes Robert Redford, Dan Aykroyd, Ben Kingsley, Mary McDonnell, River Phoenix, Sidney Poitier, David Strathairn, Timothy Busfield, Donal Logue, Eddie Jones, Ben Kingsley, Stephen Tobolowsky and James Earl Jones. Although it's a small part, I'd forgotten how good an actor River Phoenix was. The only thing holding this film back is the somewhat ponderous, over serious baby boomer meditation on their activist youth and their roles in the current world. But other than that, the film is a lot of fun. And co-writer, director Phil Alden Robinson had three good films in a row, this, "Field of Dreams" and "Sum of All Fears" but inexplicably hasn't made anything of note since then. I really hope he starts making some more films soon.
Eric B (it) wrote: In theory, "Cockfighter" has plenty in common with director Monte Hellman's earlier classic "Two-Lane Blacktop." Warren Oates has a prime role in both films, and both stories follow a nomadic anti-hero who drives around the country making bets on his own quirky, outlaw talent. It's just that "Blacktop" was about drag racing rather than cockfighting.The film's most unusual element is that Oates barely says a word. His character Frank has taken a temporary vow of silence, due to wasting a bird after overconfidently bragging about its prowess. Oates rises to the acting challenge, mostly communicating with his eyes and hands as he deals with an unsupportive girlfriend (Patricia Pearcy), a ditzy road fling (doomed Laurie Bird, who also appeared in "Blacktop"), a financial backer (Richard B. Shull) and his chief rival (Harry Dean Stanton, wonderful in one of the first roles to establish his highly successful, second-phase persona). You also get the young Ed Begley, Jr. thoroughly embarrassing himself as a naive rube. Add a slew of Southern good ol' boys in smaller parts, and the cast becomes a virtual feast of character actors.The animal violence (seemingly not faked) will turn off many viewers, but it's not as gruesome as one might guess. It's nearly bloodless, except in the climactic battle. The emphasis is more on the men who watch and participate in this "sport," and how they have a twisted gentleman's code of sorts despite the fighting's fundamental depravity. The matches do have rules and a referee. You'll resist rooting for Frank to win, but you'll be interested in what makes him tick.
Mark S (jp) wrote: The most coherent ed wood movie I've seen, but still incredibly stupid, especially the ending. WHAT A TWIST!
Rick Q (fr) wrote: "i lovew you, alice b. toklas!" is easily the worst peters sellers film i have ever seen. sellers' comedic brilliance is never used to it's fullest potential. after forty minutes or so, the film really drop's the ball and constantly mistakes stupidity for comedy. there's still some funny lines and bits, but it's not even close to enough.
FOXXYSKYY (au) wrote: This was the 1st Don Knotts/Tim Conway movie I ever saw & I was hooked immediately! They are just so stupid they are hilarious! Dynamic Duo these two & I will watch this movie over & over again! I NEVER get tired of it!
Pip D (br) wrote: epic fail - didn't laugh once
Jack S (ca) wrote: Heavyweight comics join forces in this cute comedy about, of all things, birdwatching. Likeable, but not enough substance to really hit the mark.
Lynette B (ag) wrote: feels like a bad lifetime movie...sorry lifetime. josh h. seems to play the same kinda character which is the annoying guy. annoying in the ways of over reacting... obsessed with the female lead.
Eva M (it) wrote: Much better than it ought to have been.