Three Days of Rain
Six Anton Chekhov short stories set in modern day Cleveland during a three day rain storm.
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Diana B (au) wrote: Good plot sappy love story
Charles F (mx) wrote: The movie has its fair share of scares but the acting is so terrible it almost ruins the film. I mean, it's laughable if it weren't so pathetic. That said, there are worse choices out there than A Haunting in Salem. At least it's mildly entertaining and the fright factor is relatively high.
Timothy M (mx) wrote: This movie started off a bit iffy to me, but I enjoyed it by the end. There was so much emotion going on and it was all played convincingly. It wasn't one of those "I'm in love with a straight guy/wait maybe I can have sex with a man once" movies that was too unbelievable. The struggle each character went through was viable and made this a movie definately worth buying.
Lee R (nl) wrote: How I manages to stay awake during this movie is an absolute miracle! :(
Christopher H (jp) wrote: I don't know what scares the hell out of me more: that Uwe Boll is still able to make movies, or that he somehow is able to get talent like JK Simmons or Dave Foley in said movies.
Mahrukh A (es) wrote: A beautiful simple story with brilliant actors (especially shreyas and the girl who plays his sister). It was amazing in every way!!
Four Star F (mx) wrote: If you are going to see anything Bollywood probably start with this film and ease your way in or so I have heard. This one is worth a view telling a tale of triumph in a 19th century cricket world that had for so long been dominated by the imperialistic British.
James H (ru) wrote: A top film. The cat scene is nothing short of inspired, as is their decision to get absolutely annihilated on class A drugs the night before robbing a bank.
Orlok W (kr) wrote: A wonderfully imaginative film with Noir Overtones about street kids in bombed-out London--'Calling all boys.'!!
Charlie G (ca) wrote: Stephen King is always good. Not as much in the movie as the book.