Daniel and Alice take their two young children to Alice's mother's house after the tragic and mysterious death of her father. Once there, Daniel learns about several unresolved murder and missing people cases. Daniel and his family also become victims of this town's dark faith when his wife mysteriously dies and his children go missing. Soon after this tragedy he begins to investigate what's haunting the town and its residents. In his research he discovers that his wife is a direct descendant of a women known as "La Llorona", the troubled mother who drowned her children after her husband's infidelity centuries ago. "La Llorona's" tortured should haunts everyone and her insatiable thirst for blood will destroy everyone in her path.
Daniel and Alice take their two young children to Alice's mother's house after the tragic and mysterious death of her father.
Once there, Daniel learns about several unresolved murder and missing people cases. Daniel and his family also become victims of this town's dark faith when his wife mysteriously dies and his children go missing. Soon after this tragedy he begins to investigate what's haunting the town and its residents. In his research he discovers that his wife is a direct descendant of a women known as "La Llorona", the troubled mother who drowned her children after her husband's infidelity centuries ago. "La Llorona's" tortured should haunts everyone and her insatiable thirst for blood will destroy everyone in her path. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jer m (it) wrote: Despite having 2 of my favourite actors I did not like this at all. The message was essentially "the easy way out is death". Not a good message. Especially for people who may struggle with depression.
Erik D (jp) wrote: I had a major fear about this movie before watching it... I had this awful feeling that there would be too much Mark Wahlberg and not enough Russell Crowe. I was right. Russell is one of my favorite actors and while each of his scenes were great as usual, they were too few and far between! Wahlberg played his usual self and the story was incredibly confusing which led to both Mark and I appearing lost. I will say though, the ending was very exciting. I wish the rest of the movie could have been that good!
Ca H (ca) wrote: Stayed incredibly true to the spirit and themes of the book whilst making it visually pleasing for a film audience. I expected the performances to be superb and they really were stunning. Revolutionary Road is one of my favourite books and this didn't disappoint as an adaptation, it only complimented the source material.
Matev H (nl) wrote: American professor lecturing in Moscow and keen speed racer, teams up with his fellow russian speed racer in search of the holy grail (yes, THE holy grail) around Moscow. How believable is that? :)))
Darryl K (jp) wrote: While I grew up in the area that some of this music took place, it happened slightly before I was old enough to experience it first hand. As a teen, however, I listened to the bands that were directly influenced by these groups (the old Green Day, the old Offsrping, the old Goldfinger and the like). All of these bands were legends to my generation of pop-punkers. With some great footage of live performances, and interesting interviews AH is an in-depth look into the underground movement that has influenced a great deal of music today. A great documentary.
Andrew U (au) wrote: Harrison Ford in one of his most un-Harrison Ford-like roles. Worth a watch for that alone.
frank c (us) wrote: The film that started it all. Guy Ritchie's debut is a slick and twisted thriller that exemplifies the director's style. However, he does get a little carried away with the fancy camerawork and visual effects. Thankfully the story is well-written and pretty easy to follow, both necessary to keep the viewer interested and engaged. While the ending can be considered to be a twist, it still wasn't smart enough to elevate the film to something of a Tarantino or a Fincher. Still, it is nice to see Britain's dark side given the same treatment as many an American crime world.
Jeanne S (mx) wrote: some over the top acting and a few laughs. it was an ok movie.
Carmal W (jp) wrote: I love this movie! One of my favorites has me laughing and crying!
Tom D (ca) wrote: The price of admission is the rest of your life.
Daryn C (gb) wrote: SERIOUSLY you have to see this movie to believe it and even then you may not believe. Netflix this thing RIGHT NOW.
Mj F (br) wrote: "Nashville" is genius. Even though it is set in the '70s, the themes our obsession with celebrity and power is even more relevant today (NSA and tabloid-lovers please note).
Sebastian H (kr) wrote: a chilling score by "il maestro" Morricone, and some gritty violence. The film stays behind its potential, but still counts as one of the hallmark Spaghettis of the 60s
Ashley H (ru) wrote: I thought some of the battle scenes in the picture were good, especially the battle in which Israelis attack the fort held by professional Jordanians and are defeated, shot where wave after wave of attackers emerge from the standing wheat was very well done. For what it's worth most of the weapons were realistic, Jordanians were equipped with proper British arms; SMLEs and Vickers and Bren guns. I'd liked to have seen Glubb Pasha. The story goes back and forth between sappy and inspired. The scene where Israelis declare their independence brought tears to my eyes
Joshua L (us) wrote: This is the kinda movie that makes me wish I went to School in the States. Not for their Education doh. haha!
Josh M (jp) wrote: No matter how many Saw movies are made they always seem to surprise me. The innovative killing contraptions and games keeps this series alive and keeps the viewers coming back. The plot can use some work, but that is really not what Saw is about.
Inge U (es) wrote: Hardly even a B movie: most of the actors are crap, the dialouge is rubbish, pointless script