The family-friendly movie explores the transformational role prayer plays in the lives of the Jordan family. Tony and Elizabeth Jordan, a middle-class couple who seemingly have it all – great jobs, a beautiful daughter, their dream home. But appearances can be deceiving. In reality, the Jordan’s marriage has become a war zone and their daughter is collateral damage. With the help of Miss Clara, an older, wiser woman, Elizabeth discovers she can start fighting for her family instead of against them. Through a newly energized faith, Elizabeth and Tony’s real enemy doesn’t have a prayer.
Tony and Elizabeth Jordan have it all-great jobs, a beautiful daughter, and their dream house. But appearances can be deceiving. In reality, their marriage has become a war zone and their daughter is collateral damage. With guidance from Miss Clara, an older, wiser woman, Elizabeth discovers she can start fighting for her family instead of against them. As the power of prayer and Elizabeth's newly energized faith transform her life, will Tony join the fight and become the man he knows he needs to be? Together, their real enemy doesn't have a prayer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: 100% the weirdest movie i have ever seen. Rob movies are still good.
(fr) wrote: OK, Heather Graham is excellent
(ca) wrote: rdiculous, it was all over the place. The story just slips by a passable, but it strays and jumps all over the place. The acting isn't terrible but it wasn't to demanding for the roles in the film. It did have a few funny momts and lines in the movie, but also had some trying to hard to get the laugh moments
(nl) wrote: What it would take for me to watch this movie?
(ru) wrote: It's a visceral story that erupts emotion.
(kr) wrote: An underrated edge of your seat thriller that sets apart from all thrillers. It's one of my favorite films of Emilio Estevez playing a newly wed husband who must survive an unfortunate run in with a drug lord (played remarkably by Denis Leary).
(ag) wrote: Snider: Well, you can take your magazine, your mansion and your movies and shove'em all up your ass.Star 80 is an amazing look at the celebrity life style and how it can affect a relationship. Eric Roberts and especially Merial Hemingway give fantastic performances. Roberts plays Paul Snider, a sleazy, fast talking womanizer who meets Dorothy(Hemmingway) who is working at a Dairy Queen. He sees how beautiful she is and soon she is posing nude for Playboy, marrying Paul and starring in movies. Soon Paul's jealousy starts to get in the way of the relationship though.Hemingway is amazing as a young, beautiful Playboy model who never loses her innocence. She's always charming and sweet, while Paul is always angry and paranoid. I guess opposites do attract. Bob Fosse really did a great job with his direction. The story is brilliantly told and well paced. We see little flashes of interviews interwoven with the story and also flashes of Paul Snider going nuts, which is giving little hints of what's to come.The movie turned out to be a lot more then I thought it would be. From the summary it sounded like it would be a fun movie, but probably not the great. Now after seeing it I can say it was entertaining film, but definitely not a fun one and also that it is a great movie. Star 80 is an underrated and under appreciated movie. If I brought it up with some friends, I highly doubt any of them will have heard of it. It's just not a big name classic movie. That's a little depressing because it should be. It's truly a magnificent film.
(fr) wrote: Probably the most southern movie I've ever seen with thick accents, lots of rednecks, car chases and a plot revolving around moonshine and hating hippies.
(us) wrote: Yer trip to the 1960's right here. Look no further.
(ru) wrote: A twisted friendship tailor made for the hipster college student types.
(fr) wrote: The brilliant Will Hay in a classic comedy with his usual duo of Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt. Fun, quirky and definately one for the classic film collection.
(jp) wrote: The story of Catherine the Great's rise to power in 18th-century Russia seemed unlikely to snare me, but the combination of flamboyant set design, Josef von Sternberg's elegant direction and Marlene Dietrich's charismatic performance make this film fascinating. Add Sam Jaffe's goofy turn as the demented Peter III -- weirdly reminiscent of Harpo Marx -- and "The Scarlet Empress" becomes a can't-miss historical epic. The twisted stone gargoyles incorporated into the walls and chairs of the royal palace are so remarkable that they deserve their own movie.Von Sternberg's loving, soft-focus devotion to Dietrich's face is legendary, and this film captures her beauty in so many ways -- shadows, light and gauzy veils all contribute to the portrait. Meanwhile, Dietrich handles the role's early ingenue phase better than expected (she's all wide eyes and open mouth -- it's like watching Anna Faris's grandmother), though her later transformation to sexual vixen and shrewd leader is somewhat abrupt.One flaw: Von Sternberg's decision to use title cards as transitions seems stale and outdated -- apparently, his mind hadn't entirely left the silent era.
(kr) wrote: Strong ending, but pretty weak through most of the movie. Cary Grant plays an unusual character for him (for the most part), but it's Mae West's show here. I'd never seen one of her films before so it was a surprise to me to hear her talk like that for every piece of dialogue she had. Kind of bizarre really. Oh, well. This was only okay.
(it) wrote: Excellent monster design and a clever conceit setting up what could have been a classic comedic horror movie. Unfortunately it is a film sadly lacking in both horror and comedy, whose only redeeming feature is the wonderfully executed creature.
(mx) wrote: Love this series of movies but this was just devoid of quality. The acting was pretty bad and there wasn't much for action. It was cool that there were new puppets but it was one big scene and that was it. This really fell flat for me. Some of the reviews state that it is a continuation of the story in part 9 which I have not seen. That may make all the difference. Standing alone as a movie, it is just hollow.
(ru) wrote: One of my all time favourite horror films
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