Kate Graham believed to have a perfect marriage, but after not touching her for months her husband Duke Fairbanks, who had an affair with her friend Diana Coles, demands a divorce. She ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kate Graham believed to have a perfect marriage, but after not touching her for months her husband Duke Fairbanks, who had an affair with her friend Diana Coles, demands a divorce. She ...
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Joseph J (au) wrote: How do you take a cast that includes Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Sam Richardson, and Steven Root, and make a crappy movie? Not entirely sure, but Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates proves that it's possible.
Ioana (ag) wrote: A beautiful story...
Peter N (ru) wrote: Interesting... but a little slow with an obscure finish.
Navpreet T (br) wrote: Awesome movie, enjoyed watching it, recommend it for everyone!
Nico B (es) wrote: Yu-Gi-Oh: The Movie is definitely edgier than the theatrical Pokemon movies, but the plot makes very little sense and people who don't watch the anime or the card game should stay away from this movie, granted I remembered the film when I was 11 and it was good enough for me back then, today it's pretty much the animation and monster action that I find enjoyment out of this lazy film release!
Bonnie D (ru) wrote: as a dog breeder who also goes to dog shows, this is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. We were laughing so hard in the parking lot after the movie that we could not drive for over 1/2 an hour. The people with the Boarder Terriers were classic and I always wanted to subscribe to "Amercian Bitch Magazine".
Jim C (it) wrote: Willem Dafoe is brilliant in this movie.
Sam W (ca) wrote: i liked it, and i cant really say why
Thomas C (nl) wrote: A pretty decent Aussie sci-fi.
Ville H (it) wrote: Very nice old movie. Just watched it first time and liked very much.
Kevin N (br) wrote: A fascinating documentary about James Carville, George Stephanopoulos and the revolutionary campaign the two operated which got Bill Clinton elected as president in 1993. Unlike other political documents, this one is wonderfully unfocused and brief, latching onto moments of excitement, anger and joy rather than policies, papers and statistics. Carville and Stephanopoulos were made for the camera- the former particularly- and each brings a special kind of charisma and energy to the film that makes it easy to see how they ran the campaign with such passion, and why the army behind them was so dedicated. In a wonderful moment in the film, shortly before Clinton's election, Stephanopoulos talks to somebody on the phone- I can't remember nor is it relevant who that somebody was. He tells the person that he broke down crying on the way to the office that morning, yet, conscious of the camera in front of him, he keeps an uneasy smile on his face. Here is a man who has made a living out of keeping a poker face, but as he sees the campaign's finish, he struggles to keep that mask on. Having gotten used to his expressions throughout the film, we sense a new bluff behind his eyes; he is afraid, afraid that his use is ending, afraid that the happiest years of his life are coming to an end. In a heartfelt and equally powerful speech, Carville reveals the same feelings out loud. These are hard-working men, filled with passion and hope, a belief in the possibilities of change, and Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker capture this spirit with the same unobtrusive but totally revealing style they used to capture the spirit of rock and roll in the sixties. The result is an exhilarating and refreshingly human look at politics, and what it takes to win a presidential campaign.
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