Where Danger Lives

Where Danger Lives

A young doctor falls in love with a disturbed young woman and apparently becomes involved in the death of her husband. They head for Mexico trying to outrun the law.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1950
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:bribery,   murder,   guilt,  

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Louise D (jp) wrote: Not surprised that this divided opinion - at times it was almost gleefully pushing buttons, seemingly determined to leave no one unslighted. Refreshing to see a film that explicitly portrays political stances like this, and satirises them all equally, even if it's occasionally on the nose. Interesting (sorry) and non-judgmental development of themes around who/what is crazy and who/what makes you crazy. The performances were very good, and I was intrigued and absorbed throughout, though the end felt disappointingly neat.

Ilja S (ca) wrote: Beautifully shot, well directed, and funny like no other LEGO movie. Thumbs up for the sequel, prequel, prequel sequel and spinoffs!

Danielle U (nl) wrote: Cute and really not bad for a made for tv movie (especially a holiday one). Like a Christmas version of Groundhog's Day (you know you'll probably enjoy this movie if you enjoyed that one), this film takes you through the lead character's (Amy Smart's) versions of the same holiday over and over again; while she comes to terms with what this repeating day would mean, digging deeper into what she is really doing with her life, and trying to make the day go "just right" in an attempt to make time continue on to the day after Christmas. And despite it being an obvious knockoff of Groundhog's Day, I found I enjoyed it quite a bit, it put me in the holiday spirit...and I watched it in June, lol. It's just a nice little holiday treat, no matter the time of year you decide to watch it.

Charlie S (au) wrote: Hubble 3D is stunning. One of the best 3D movies I've ever seen in my life, and it was actually filmed in space. Seeing it in IMAX 3D is truly awe inspiring.

Carl W (br) wrote: Good movie even if it seemed to not have an actual ending... it just sort of stopped.

Max W (ag) wrote: It's so bad it's good.

Ai L (au) wrote: This movie was filmed in my mom's hometown. My aunt was the makeup artist as well as Nick Nolte's hairdresser.

Christos E (kr) wrote: an excelent Alec Guiness

Dorian G (jp) wrote: Boring. Reese Witherspoon is lame, Jack Nicholson does his best Lewis Black impression, and Paul Rudd is likable as all hell, as usual, but that can't stop this snooze fest. Owen Wilson too, unremarkable. It feels like some old people tried to write a young person's romantic comedy, but forgot what romance and comedy was. Rudd introduced me to a hilariously awful Teddy Pendergrass song in this movie, so at least that was good.

Tristin M (fr) wrote: Solid Disney movie; a classic. There's not much more to say about this movie other than it's pretty damn awesome. You've gotta hate those goddamn cats though! Ugh, they make me mad!Best Line:-Tramp: Turn around sister and show the customer the merchandise.* * Ha ha ha ha ha!! One of those times Disney made you think, "What the fuck did he just fucking say??"