The Uncertainty Principle
Having lost her place among the social elite, a widow remarries and starts a family.
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Charles C (mx) wrote: Je ne sais pas si c'est parce que je suis fatiguer mais je n'ai pas trop compris le traitement du sujet du deuil dans ce film
Sameer K (au) wrote: Very solid but very blah spy-adventure movie.
Bob L (ag) wrote: Director's Cut is even better.
Radinne N (au) wrote: "Is it done yet?" Just awful.
mike d (mx) wrote: Tons of stuff that I never knew about Clinton. Great film!
Robert H (ag) wrote: Delgo is a little misguided. It's extremely violent so it's clearly not for the younguns but it's very juvenile with silly comedic moments so even kids who are 8-12 might be dissuaded.The plot is nothing new with elements of Romeo and Juliet smashing through to the forefront. If it weren't for the creative setting and interesting character design, Delgo would probably feel flat rather than the magical world it is set in.But the film is a tale of love, heroism, war and politics that is deserving of a watch. Give it a once over at least if you have kids in the 10-12 year bracket.While the message in the film is a good one and delivering it to kids is a good thing, I'm not sure many of them will find enough interest in the film to watch it to it's conclusion.
Guido S (gb) wrote: A cable channel has dwindling ratings, so it decides to start up a reality tv show where it follows someone 24/7. Matthew McConaughey happens to be the guy and initially makes them regret it for his lewd behavior, but the ratings skyrocket. He wants out eventually, but his contract doesn't allow him to do that. So he finds a way to get back at the company by exposing their secrets. Came out around the same time as a very similar Truman Show, but not as good in my opinion. It goes for more of a heartfelt story by the end, but it just didn't work. Nice to see McConaughey and Harrison working together, as they would later again team up for True Detective.
Duncan K (nl) wrote: I don't know how this got to four installments but it did.
Jamie B (ru) wrote: Soooooo slooooooooowwwwww.
Vasilis L (kr) wrote: Great adaptation of Evripides' tragedy "Ifigeneia at Aulis", written in 410 BC
Charlie G (ru) wrote: She looked good but I've seen Catwoman versions for decades. Nothing special here.