Ben has been single for a long time. For his part, he is a loner but as well a romantic: he enjoys the solitude of his simple being but appreciates intelligent and witty company just the same. By yielding to both extremes, Ben remains caught between reason and arousal. Isabel has been married for a year. The passion that had once carried her 5-year relationship has lost its pulse. Passive, protective, and without poise, it now threatens to claim hers. Waiting in abeyance, Isabel is lost between loyalty and loneliness. Uptown is where they come together.
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(jp) wrote: Just a quote, about the pot'a'potty on the porch loved it so.........."Sleeping in the living room and S _ _ ting on the porch" and "the pot'a'potty sets off the freezers on the front porch" so funny loved the movie..........sad too but loved it anyway.
(br) wrote: This is a great film.... It's a different Van Damme movie but it's great.
(it) wrote: Oh no, i haven't seen this since 2003, that's a long time. Back then i was pretty into Jackie Chan after seeing how he is at stunts, in fact at one point i wanted to be a stunt woman in my life (haha, i know right!). This was my first introduction to Owen Wilson too, and i've always liked him since, even though the majority of his movies i'm not that interested in. As for the actual movie, i like the part inside the clock, though it's kind of a rip off of other movies that have done similar things. I remember just really liking this but obviously time has diminished my memory of it. I know i never saw Shanghai Noon though.
(it) wrote: Yes the D-Day sequence is a technical marvel but it's important to remember that it occupies a very brief period of time in a nearly three hour movie. Also, while there may have been an attempt to insert an "anti-war" message into the plot, it gets muddled by several sequences that clearly contradict that intent and others that almost revel in extreme violence. Despite all of this there are scenes and moments that are undeniably compelling and Hanks gives one of his better performances here, I just can't accept the movie as a masterpiece.
(de) wrote: Tired of it after an hour. Nothing happened.
(br) wrote: Eek! An Elvis Presley movie that I must never watch!!!
(gb) wrote: One of my favorite B movies.
(ca) wrote: Strong important storyline, realistic and poignant performances
(de) wrote: While extremely corny at certain moments, this movie still has some great scenes. It's a total product of it's time, which makes it feel even more authentic. James Dean is really good in this even if some of his lines are a little goofy. Definitely a classic.
(kr) wrote: This is a low-budget turd that takes itself much too seriously, which sucks out any life it could have had as an illogical, campy B-movie. The effects are awful, the acting and dialogue are wooden, the action scenes are generally flat, and there is no compelling drama, despite the film trying to have drama when it clearly shouldn't have. There are better B-movies that are far more entertaining than this, and you should look elsewhere if you need your B-movie fix.
(kr) wrote: Would watch if Denzels in it for sure.