An old couple visit their children and grandchildren in the city, but the children have little time for them.
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David G (nl) wrote: A fast paced, hilarious and underrated girl power comedy that deserves to be seen.
Claire T (au) wrote: I thought this film was a great film, David Tennant starred in it but thought the film was slightly better than I thought, Bill Nighy, Christopher Lee and Jenny Agutter starred in the film
Arjun S (ca) wrote: One of the most powerful films I have seen. You just want to be part of an army that rises up and cleans out all the scum in Britain that is destroying the country men like this character fought for. And I'm from a foreign country, originally!!
Sheila S (us) wrote: I love this movie. Specially the great work by Heath Ledger. I confess that that I saw it 4 times at the theater. It's an excellent movie, full of action, darkness and a villain with good sense of psychological manipulation.
Adrian B (ca) wrote: Siblings Sammy and Terry Prescott (Mark Ruffalo and Laura Linney, respectively) are leading completely different lives, yet are scarred due to the untimely death of their parents' years before. Terry works in a financial institution under a newly appointed boss (Matthew Broderick), for which she doesn't seem to like for some reason; and at the same time, she is also raising a young son. One day, her emotionally disturbed brother, Sammy, shows up as a recovering drug addict at her door and makes her seemingly balanced life in content. It gets more complicated when Terry begins to sleep with her boss. Well-praised comedy and drama did very little for me. Starts out pretty good but degenerates into mediocrity, mainly thanks to the story and the acting, especially that of annoying Ruffalo. I'm pretty disappointed with this one, as I expected this to be a good film from 2000 (I am finding that year to not have very many good movies).
Eric N (br) wrote: Really the second half of one epic movie, which may have been better if cut down to about 3 hours and combined into one.
Chris S (br) wrote: I feel like I forever compare these kind of movies to Top Gun. And they're never as good, but this wasn't bad.
Stuart K (kr) wrote: After Business is Business (1971) proved to be a big success in Holland, producer Rob Houwer wanted a sequel, but director Paul Verhoeven and screenwriter Gerard Soeteman had other plans, they did this adaptation of Jan Wolkers' 1969 autobiographical novel. The result became the biggest film in the history of Dutch cinema, complete with an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film and it helped put Verhoeven on the map internationally. This is a romantic drama which tells the story of sculptor Eric (Rutger Hauer), who is a bit of a womaniser, picking up women and taking them back to his art studio for sex, but on one occasion, he turns down one woman, because he has flashbacks to one relationship he had with a young woman called Olga (Monique van de Ven), who Eric met while hitchhiking. Olga's mother (Tonny Huurdeman) hates Eric and his bohemian ways, whereas Olga's father (Wim van den Brink), has no qualms with Eric, and is happy when they announce their engagement. It seems like nothing could come between Eric and Olga, but then she starts behaving strangely and her outrageous behaviour puts a strain on their relationship. As a lot of the posters and reviews at the time suggested, this is a Dutch version of Love Story (1970), however, in Verhoeven's hands, it's very sexually explicit, shocking in some cases, but at it's core is a very sweet and tender love story, almost heartbreaking in places, with brilliant performances and a good score by Rogier van Otterloo. Despite the explicit nature, the book is read by children at an early age in Holland, and so's the film. Verhoeven's career was coming on in leaps and bounds now.
Christian C (kr) wrote: Not as good as the original, but if you never saw that, it's got some twists worth seeing. Doubt this film will hit Branagh's resume.
Tristan P (ru) wrote: The original EARTH VS. THE SPIDER was awful, but this "creature feature" reimagining somehow manages to be even worse (or at least awful in a different way...) I'm amazed Marvel Comics didn't sue the makers of this film for it's thinly disguised Spiderman rip-off. Skip it.
Sarfara A (nl) wrote: Compulsion is directed by Richard Fleischer, based on novel of same name by Meyer Levin in 1956, that was itself based on the murder-trial of Leopold and Loeb. This is supposedly the first film produced by Richard D. Zanuck (son of legendary Darryl F. Zanuck). Film stars Dean Stockwell, Bradford Dillman and ORSON WELLES as attorney. Artie (Bradford) and Judd (Stockwell) run-over a boy to commit the "perfect crime". But they are suspected when police find evidence (glasses) belong to Judd. Attorney Wilk (Welles)) takes the case, saving them from capital punishment with motivational argument. Richard Fleischer maintains tone of film by preserving it in b&w, this definitely hypes the level insanity of some characters, weakness of mere folks ridiculed on the grounds of ostentatious flamboyancy by rich people. Whole cast gives applauding performance. Good editing, and excellent cinematography by William C. Mellor. NOTE: Orson Welles makes movie worth-watching, appearing almost after 1hr, film has actually passed.
Drago C (nl) wrote: The movie might not be the best work that either of the four directors here have done but it is a solidly schlocky, slapstick at times comedy. Some segments, like the rodriguez directed one stand out but the movie is good overall in a.. .bad way? Worth a watch anyway. recommended.
Michael V (ag) wrote: I love this movie because Perry steps away from drama for a while. The movie mainly focuses on Madea and coping with the family in her home. The whole movie is meant to be a nice comedy full of inside humor and laugh out loud moments.
Bradley W (it) wrote: Superbad is a incredible comedy and has one of the best comedy casts ever. The story is a fun filled hilarious movie that never dies down to be one of the best teen films in recent years. The cats is probably the best part, Jonah Hill, Micheal Cera, Seth Rogen, Bill Hader, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse are probably one of the funniest casts I have seen in recent years. The jokes never die down and there were hardly any times I was not laughing. I loved Superbad and if your in the mood for a great comedy go see this.
Georgia T (br) wrote: This is actually a really beautiful movie. I think there is a lot of negativity towards it because people just don't seem to get it. With the high quality comedic cast, you expect a lot of laughs and a funny story line but that's not what the point of this film is. Without the comedic actors the story would have been too heavy, they're there to deliver a deep script in a palatable way and portray serious issues in a way that keeps the audience engaged. Quite similar to Garden State but with a little less quirk and a little more reality. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Amber L (ca) wrote: Terrific action, Statham does not disappoint! The sequences are filmed from such angles that you can see everything, no stuntman here... Love the soundtrack as well.
Robbie M (jp) wrote: Director Alejandro Amenbar tries to recreate the style of the classic neo-noir thrillers as seen in the older days of Hollywood. While I appeciate the old fashioned approach to this story, it doesn't really work all that well. While he does build some good atmosphere at times and gets a very good Ethan Hawke performance, the whole film is a mess from the lack of character development, compelling dialogue and an often slow burn pace. Regression's ending: Possibly the worst of any movie of 2016 so far.