Jake Singer is at loose ends in NYC, and neck deep in psychoanalysis with the outrageous Dr. Morales when he meets the enigmatic and beautiful widow Allegra Marshall. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jake Singer is at loose ends in NYC, and neck deep in psychoanalysis with the outrageous Dr. Morales when he meets the enigmatic and beautiful widow Allegra Marshall.
- Stars:Bárbara Mori, Marcelo Mazzarello, Amaya Forch, Gonzalo Robles, Rodrigo Muñoz, Chris Eigeman, Stephanie March, Ian Holm, Famke Janssen, Peter Vack, Griffin Newman, Josh Caras, Matt Stadelmann, Lindsay Johnson, Roger Rees, Stephen Lang, Thomas Bubka, Maddie Corman, Stephen Lee Anderson, Tyrone Mitchell Henderson,
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Bill R (de) wrote: at one point I was interested and found it to be intriguing on trying to figure out what was going on. then they revealed and then it became a boring predictable mess. the main actress is so bad at some points that it takes away from the scene. it feels like a made for TV movie that couldn't quite make it. skippable
Layla L (au) wrote: Low budget and it shows
Gareth W (br) wrote: Excellent acting and some gritty home truths about political morals and principles cannot rescue this good movie from two inescapable facts.The George Clooney Hollywood democrat liberal fantasy about a pro abortion anti death penalty pro environment anti war atheist Presidential candidate is leftist intellectual day dreaming of the highest virtue signalling order.Secondly the rather tame script's realism, doesn't sit at all well with 2016. Though I doubt this hyper real serious drama would have countenanced Trump any more than George's Marvellous liberal fantasy medicine candidate was in any way real....as it turns out it was even more unrealistic!
JeanPhilippe G (it) wrote: An awful, horribly directed thriller with no thrills or emotional attachment to be had whatsoever, Gamer is one of the worst movies ever made and not even Michael C. Hall can save this terrible and incoherent mess.
Alison O (ag) wrote: With a non-linear, dour story of a failed writer's misogyny this is no popcorn movie. Ewan McGregor's airs more than his veracity in the course of the film, in which his character is a casual labourer on a barge travelling between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Dylan K (au) wrote: what??? 68 GET OUT OF HERE
Paul D (fr) wrote: This is very standard Steven Seagal stuff, so fans may enjoy it, however it's very low-budget and it shows.
Michael T (gb) wrote: Predictable and not a bit scary.
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Gordon B (it) wrote: It's not everyday you see a 300 pound drag queen get raped by a giant lobster, but it's that sort of unrestrained unsavory energy that makes this film so much fun to watch
J J (au) wrote: Highly thrilling noir directed by Fritz Lang although as someone else put it on IMDB, it felt like he left the movie with ten minutes to go and let Frank Capra take over for the ending. That's the only way I can describe that ending without spoiling it, nevertheless it was a surprise departure from your usual noir and looking back, it does kind of fit in with the rest of the movie. Great performances from Edward G. Robinson, Joan Bennet and Dan Durea. All three went on to give even better performances in Fritz Lang's next offering, Scarlett Street, a superior companion piece to TWITW.
James H (ru) wrote: Psycho is a true masterpiece. One of the greatest horror films of all time that has inspired countless modern classics as well. As I watched this in the modern day, I knew most of what was going to happen and I was still on the edge of my seat. The acting is superb and the score (as well as being iconic) is petrifying. Even the closing line is legendary and the science behind the film. This is the film that is mostly associated with Hitchcock's and you can see why.
Private U (br) wrote: More of the beautiful, amazing, gorgeous, sexy, Gene Kelly! Also a really fun movie with great costumes, choreography and music!
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Kevin M W (es) wrote: A happy husband and dad abruptly discovers that he is surprisingly none of the above and thus has make efforts to redefine himself again. What's going for this: schmarts and plenty. Against: alas, the tone seldoms varies. But you'll see yourself somewhere in here and will smile for that irregardless.
Andrew B (nl) wrote: This movie makes a point at doing what it set out to do. And that is basically show you a guy torturing people for an hour and a half. But as a movie it is actually brutally boring and slow. Director Eli Roth and Quentin Tarantino are friends, so during the original advertising for Hostel every commercial would end with some reference to Tarantino having some indirect involvement in the film, which obviously made this idiotic movie garner more attention. Take that stamp of approval from Tarantino and this movie probably would have made half the money it actually did, and that mostly from people who just wanted to see how gruesome it could actually be. But put that all aside, and take the actual substance of the film, there is none what so ever. Boring and shock value do not go hand in hand.