Young female rock singer is not appreciated by her band, gets postcard from Japan saying "wish you were here". Takes what little money she has including ex-boyfriend's rent money and goes ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young female rock singer goes to Japan to try her success.
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Louise S (gb) wrote: A raw and honest account of the life of bullied children juxtapose with the difficulties of people who have mental illness. BRAVO to the filmmakers for having the courage to tell this story and to the actors for their brilliant performances!
Kyle M (au) wrote: really good, scary, got goose bumps and sent chills down my spine
Anna C (mx) wrote: Nice movie, but I expected better!
Scott B (gb) wrote: Great late night movie loved the jumps and scares just needed a better sheriff
Antonius B (gb) wrote: It's interesting that this is one of the films cited as pushing to get the Hays Code in place the following year, since there is certainly less skin shown than many other movies in the time period. What frightened people saw was Mae West, and not her curves that pretty clearly signaled the end of the era of the flappers, but how brazenly she flaunted her sexuality. She purrs and sizes men up and down as she sees them. She makes it clear she wants nothing but a tumble in the hay. This is the first movie she drawls "Why don't you come up sometime 'n see me?" to Cary Grant. Talk about a movie with larger-than-life personalities and accents in Grant and West! The line that summarizes West's persona best from the film is this one: "Men are all alike - married or single. It's their game. I happen to be smart enough to play it their way". To the censors, hypocritically, the idea that women could take control of their sexuality was as bad or worse than seeing a bare thigh here or there. As for the film itself, if you're a Mae West fan, this is probably must-see. It may be of interest to see a younger Cary Grant as well, though I found later he was already 29 at the time (West was ten years older). While I smiled as she slinked around in tight, sparkly dresses, moaning one double entendre after another, she just doesn't do it for me, and the plot which takes place in the 'gay 90's' isn't enough to recommend the film. I did love the very last lines, with Grant saying "You baaad girl", and West smiling and saying "You'll find out" before they kiss. Oh Mae, you're so naughty.
Filius S (jp) wrote: Man on fire is the story of Denzel Washington becoming a bodyguard for a young Mexican girl (who is totally white and blonde because Mexican children are gross and depressing) in Mexico city. The girl is the daughter of some rich Mexican guy, played by J-Lo's former non-Affleckian husband, and they lives in a dope mansion with a pool and a piano and shit. Anyways, Denzel is an alcoholic and is super depressed by Christopher Walken is like "You know what would be funny, is if you went to Mexico and got a job, you know... every day would be like opposite day lol!" So Deznel's like okay sure. So Denzel signs up and is like "wow, this little white Mexican girl is making me remember what it means to be alive. Then she gets abducted and Denzel loses his mind for the rest of the movie murdering and torturing people to try and find out what happened.The movie features some brutal violence, but aside from that is pretty forgettable. The plot about Denzel and the little girl is good, and there's some nice philosophy/self help stuff in there, but they kick that shit out of the way because violence is what everyone paid to see. Everything else, from the camera work, to the editing, to the sound is par for the course, and definitely helps the movie in its drift towards obscurity. TL;DR - 7/10This is kind of like Taken if it was shot in Mexico, starred a black guy, and featured a bunch of Claire de Lune.