The Town That Came A-Courtin'
Abby, obituary writer turned author, is used to making up quirky, charming characters in her books, but here in Bliss it almost seems like those characters have sprung to life, and Abby is fantasizing about moving right in. The townspeople have set their matchmaking minds in motion and they aren't about to let Abby leave without a little love in her heart.
- Stars:Kamal Hassan, Saritha, Madhavi, Sarath Babu, Ramana Murthi J.V., Narayana P.L., Jaya Vijaya, S.K. Misro, Lauren Holly, Valerie Harper, Cameron Bancroft, Lucie Guest, Toby Hargrave, Iris Quinn, Lindsay Gibson, Garrett Black, Barbara Wallace, Kendra Anderson, Ryan Beil, Daniel Boileau, Nancy Ebert, Michele Goyns, Cameron Grierson,
- Director:David Winning,
- Writer:Ronda Rich (book), Sheryl J. Anderson
Abby, obituary writer turned author, is used to making up quirky, charming characters in her books, but here in Bliss it almost seems like those characters have sprung to life, and Abby is fantasizing about moving right in. The townspeople have set their matchmaking minds in motion and they aren't about to let Abby leave without a little love in her heart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: "Do you have the crazy?" I wish more movies were as diverse on their themes as The Signal was. This is one of the most bizarre, brutal, quirky and gruesome movies I have seen in a long while. I tend to say something to that effect a lot, but I mean it this time. Seriously guys. The Signal is divvied up into three interweaving segments, called transmissions. Each has its own style: the first being an outright, straight up brutal smackdown, the second being one of the funniest scenes I have ever seen in a movie, and the third being more of a perturbed psychological thriller. Each part plays out quite nicely and is a treat to see. The acting, while not the greatest acting ever to be seen on the silver screen, is more than decent and good performances soar all around. The fx is also a treat and would even make Tom Savini smile. This film flew under the radar for most people, but check it out if you want to see something different.
(us) wrote: He was funny, not a fan of laughing during the act but he hold it together though.
(us) wrote: Finally got to see this one... and I loved it!!! Brilliant stuff!
(gb) wrote: Great pictures, great actorsbad sound
(ru) wrote: This movie started my daughter's fascination with fairies. While I am not as big of a fan of this style of Barbie movie (which is unlike the 'teach a good idea' model of previous) it is well done and sparks my daugther's imagination.
(ru) wrote: We unique animation, Monster House is truly scary despite the family friendly rating
(jp) wrote: The French - The Chicago Mob - A Latino Gang - Hilarity ensues! Did I mention the French?
(jp) wrote: Oh I love Mongos!!...Hang on... >_>" WHAT ARE MONGOS?!?! o_<'''
(es) wrote: I have been very impressed with your work so far but sorry spike this one just dosen't cut it. The pace of the film was let me say awful and unlike his other films had no reason to move slow. I went into this film with high hopes and was let down big time. The plot and acting itself is very good but spike lee just didnt plan the storyline well enough. a 0.5/5 for me
(au) wrote: Absolutely sick, twisted and hilarious. Nick Hope's homeless-impaired-Hugo-Weaving character is certainly one-of-a-kind. Sure the fish out of water theme is long overdone, but not in such a subversive manner that makes it disturbing and kind of cute at the same time.
(kr) wrote: Just a quick rating of a film seen in the past.
(es) wrote: This is one of those masterpieces that achieves transcendence despite the lack of a plot, like Winesburg, Ohio or My Antonia. A portrait of Austin, Texas in the early 1990s and the many interesting characters roaming its streets, it's chock full of Americana like matricides and conspiracy theorists. Low in budget but ambitious in its scope, director Richard Linklater conveys a rich sense of place and always keeps things anything but dull.
(jp) wrote: Might have just taken top spot on my list of favourite GIALLOS... The horribly named ``Short Night of the Glass Dolls`` is a film I`ve been after for some time now and I finally picked up a used copy for a reasonable price last week. ALDO LADO is an absolutely incredible director... GIUSEPPE RUZZOLINI is a genius of cinematography... The pacing is typical of early 70`s European thriller/dramas so I'm not sure how well that will go over if you aren't a fan of the genre. There's alot of build-up and an excellent amount of tension. The story-structure is "real-time" interspersed with plot-advancing "flashback" sequences and everything is handled on a level of such professionalism that you find it surprising that this film was shot in '71. Very modern. In fact... many recent (and nowhere near as good) movies have visited ``Short Night of the Glass Dolls`` for inspiration and all-out, complete storyline "rip-off". You might find yourself watching ``Short Night of the Glass Dolls`` and thinking that you've seen this all before but I assure you, you'll be seeing it here... when it was done for the first time and when it was done at it's best. Pay close attention to the cinematography... the scenes involving Jean Sorel in any dark room or Barbara Bach in the kitchen... should haunt you forever. You have seen this movie before... you just NEVER saw it like this.
(it) wrote: Fantastic movie. Very entertaining and enjoyable. Funny, light-hearted, and yet dark.
(de) wrote: One of my fav's of Bing and Fred together.
(us) wrote: I'm unashamedly a James Cagney enthusiast--in fact, he's my very favourite actor (like me, he's at least part-Irish, and he's more versatile than Orson Welles), so yes, I tend to be overly generous when I'm watching his films. But I really enjoyed this gangster/boxing hybrid film from the early 40's that, not only sported great acting by Cagney but also had wonderful performances by Ann Sheridan (I'm rather fond of redheads too), Anthony Quinn and a rare acting role for top-notch director Elia Kazan. Yes, it was melodramatic, a tearjerker and overly predictable--people talk about those qualities as if they were bad things.Also being an aficionado of many types of music, particularly jazz and classical, I found it highly compelling of the filmmakers to utilize music as a way of communicating the inexpressible (the trials and tribulations, dreams and pitfalls). Highly recommended for anyone who likes seeing filmmakers think outside of the box for once, and dare to try something different. Especially if you love Cagney and classic cinema as much as I do, I highly doubt you'll be disappointed.
(nl) wrote: This is a movie about improbable friendship, Kevin Costner's masterpiece and Hollywood's most compelling story in more than a decade.
(ag) wrote: This western in Arabia was a great little adventure. The adventure and action was thrilling! It was nice to see Mortensen in another movie after LOTR. The story was pretty typical but, it was still fun. The casting was great and enjoyable! I highly recommend it for some good cowboy fun!
(ru) wrote: Good story and by the end you'll forget just for a time it's NOT Ray Charles on screen but Jamie Foxx in his best and one of the years best performances.
(de) wrote: Genius Rambo knock-off.