Two Days, One Night

Two Days, One Night

Sandra is a young woman who has only one weekend to convince her colleagues they must give up their bonuses in order for her to keep her job — not an easy task in this economy.

Sandra is an office employee. After a period of sick leave, she discovers that his colleagues has voted to receive the bonus instead of letting her to continue working. She has two days, one night to persuade them to change their mind… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Harry F (ca) wrote: Taking a different approach to the 'returning for revenge' movie, A Horrible Way to Die follows recovering alcoholic Sarah (Amy Seimetz) as she starts a relationship with fellow AA meeting attendee Kevin (Joe Swanberg), while trying to forget about her past; that is, until infamous serial killing ex Garrick (AJ Bowen) escapes from prison and comes looking for her.For a film with such a garish title (those expecting brutal torture will be largely disappointed), A Horrible Way to Die is not actually concerned with the brutality of Garrick's killings; though we see occasional glimpses of the gruesome murders, they are largely left to be filled in by the viewer's minds. Instead, A Horrible Way to Die is all about the drama, and almost manages to achieve its objective, as the acting is good all round. While Seimetz and Swanberg both give strong performances, the film is a showcase for the psychopathic performance from AJ Bowen. A man whose eyes suggest horrors unseen, he is the main reason to watch the film, and deserving of the Best Actor award he received at the Toronto International Film Festival.Sadly, Bowen is let down by the flawed script and direction. While the acting is always watchable, we are left at times with nothing to hang on to. The film moves at a glacial pace, with very little happening for long periods of time. Also, by the end, the audience knows very little more than they did at the start. We are offered no motive for Garrick's actions, and the final twist comes so rushed that the ending is done with in ten minutes, leaving us with a very anticlimactic ending. The directing doesn't help; Adam Wingard chooses to occasionally fade out of focus or move the camera about like a poor found footage film. A Horrible Way to Die is all about the acting, and the camera should have been left alone.While the directing is irritating, and the film is stretched too long, with an ultimately frustrating, the acting, especially the excellent Bowen, just about make it watchable.

Lucas B (ca) wrote: One of my favorite tom cruise movies.

Shawn S (br) wrote: The story is heartwarming, thrilling, and funny, the cast is wonderful, John Powell's score is grand, and the animation and cinematography are spectacular.

Sean L (ru) wrote: A politically-conscious documentary that steps in to cover the months after world-famous doper Tommy Chong's arrest (for the illegal cross-state sale of glass pipes) but before his nine-month prison sentence. Along the way, we get a quick-and-dirty look at the polarizing comedian's life and times, the roots of his legendary partnership with Cheech Marin, and the state's over-ambitious case against him. Judging by the facts we're presented, there's little question Tommy was entrapped and railroaded by a media-hungry federal watchdog group, but to his credit Chong takes it all in stride, serves his time and emerges ready to take up the cause as a rejuvenated activist. Pro-legalisation viewers will be nodding their heads like a bobble-head from start to finish, while the peek into our government's priorities, practices and punishments might give fence-sitters a few new things to consider. Moral crusaders, on the other hand, will see an entirely different story. At just shy of 80 minutes, it only scratches the surface of an intrinsically deep, complicated political debate. Light viewing with a few mild laughs, it reports the facts and offers a take but isn't equipped to do any really heavy digging.

Vagelakis (nl) wrote: A washed-up film director goes blind when directing the probably most important film of his life.

Brian S (de) wrote: A weird movie. It's definitely a Lucio Fulci classic, even though it wasn't as good as his hit classic Zombi. The movie actually has a good story but it isn't well told and the script doesn't help. Of course, this being a Lucio Fulci film, the gore adds authenticity but it's effective in it's own ghostly low budget way.

Russ B (gb) wrote: 12/27/2014: Pretty bad.

Nate S (us) wrote: 'Grey Eagle', what can be said? A timeless piece of western cinema an excellent movie!

Shay B (jp) wrote: With Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, I definitely expected more.

Saffron H (it) wrote: already seen it it is awesome

Wade H (ag) wrote: An enjoyable adventure. The story may lag and the effects may overkill. But the acting, directing and score are in point.

James G (kr) wrote: I thought this movie was supposed to be scary. It made Alone in the Dark look like it should have won an academy award. I mean honestly, by the end of the movie I was rooting for the demon to kill Mikah. If you've seen the trailers, you've seen the movie. If anything, this movie is some kind of stupid social experiment to see how many people they can screw out of their $10.

Hoss R (ru) wrote: Sullivan's Travels is a film about a big Hollywood comedy director who wants to make a more substantive work about the hardships of the common man. The only problem? He doesn't know anything about them. There were one or two scenes of real power here; it's a bit broad in places and could be funnier/punchier but it's worth seeing.

David K (it) wrote: Loved the movie. Set aside what you think about birds and these actors and just enjoy the movie. Also, reading the book helps a lot too. I'm looking forward to watching it again!

Nathan M (ru) wrote: Very cool movie is getting very close now more different than ever