Three to one may sound like fairly good odds, but it depends on the game. When the "one" is one very irresistible woman and the "three" are three hopelessly smitten guys, the deck is pretty stacked. In the battle of the sexes, the first rule is to never underestimate the power of a woman.
- Stars:Amanda Peet, Brian Van Holt, Jonathan Abrahams, Zorie Barber, Judah Domke, Callie Thorne, Montse Viader, Linda Udd, Doug MacHugh, Gordon Feinberg, Suzanne Molloy, David Heyman, Bo Bazylevski, David J. Cohen, Phil Nourie,
- Director:Peter M. Cohen,
- Writer:Peter M. Cohen
Three egotistical swingers, who think they're God's gift to women, end up having their friendships tested when all three of them pick up and start dating the same woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: A feel-good Swedish comedy worth to see!
(de) wrote: Quite possibly the most emotionally overwhelming documentary I have ever seen.
(de) wrote: This is what happens when a Lion gets cornered. V happy for Balaiah:)
(es) wrote: Elit hallosztk megnzve. rdekes film ismt nem Hollywoodbl, hanem a rii favellk dzsungelb?l. Picit nehezen emszthet?, picit kapkod, olyan mintha nem lenne egy egysges ve a sztorinak, viszont ett?l fggetlenl egsz kellemes szrakozst nyjtott. Sajnos egyb teend?k miatt nem sikerlt egybe nzni, de tudom ajnlani a megtekintst. Ezek utn jhet a msodik rsz...
(us) wrote: such a great documenter movie
(gb) wrote: that was a dumb movie she killed 2 people but the cover looked really good i thought by the cover it was going 2 be good.but that was a crapy movie!
(es) wrote: Tackles homosexuality and AIDS in Goa. A moving portrait.
(ru) wrote: I was extremely disappointed because the blood gnome wasn't even a gnome at all. It was more of a beast, really. The title is ultra misleading.
(kr) wrote: It's good movie to watch
(kr) wrote: The point where Russell Mulcahy stopped being Russell Mulcahy, director of "Highlander," and started being Russell Mulcahy, journeyman. Oddly like an Albert Pyun film, with a grand total of four English-speaking roles (hey, one's in "Twilight") wandering about generic Eastern European locales featuring respawning, masked stuntmen.
(us) wrote: This is not reality.A horror writer has gone missing and his publisher has reached out to an insurance private investigator, John Trent, in hopes of discovering what happened to the writer. The writer has a cult following of sorts that places his work on par with religion. Can the investigator sort through the mystique of the writer and discover what happened to him?"When does fiction become religion?"John Carpenter, director of Halloween, The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China, Vampires, Escape from LA, Escape from New York, They Live, The Fog, and Christine, delivers In the Mouth of Madness. The storyline for this picture is interesting but a bit disappointing and ends in an unfulfilling manner. The acting is solid and the cast includes Sam Neill, John Glover, Peter Jason, Frances Bay, David Warner, and Jurgen Prochnow. "I know what I am."I remembered seeing this in theatres as a kid, and again on cable, and never really liking this film. I watched this again off HBOGO and was still as disappointed as the first time I watched it. This is very average, much like Carpenter's Village of the Damned. This is really only worth viewing if you're a horror genre junkie; and even then, it's borderline."He sees you."Grade: C
(us) wrote: In "Full Conact," Sam(Anthony Wong) owes Hung(Nam Yin), a loanshark, a lot of money. So much so, that Hung is prepared to torture him and start removing body parts to get it back. But luckily for Sam, Godfrey(Chow Yun-fat) comes to the rescue in the nick of time, not least because the money was for a good cause. That resolved, they still have Hung after them, more so than ever. So the guys send Godfrey's fiancee Mona(Ann Bridgewater) back to Hong Kong, while they team up with the Judge(Simon Yam) for a heist that might resolve their immediate money worries. While the robbery does not go off on time, the doublecrossing does... "Full Contact" proves the old adage that it is not a good sign if the opening credits sequence is superimposed over a scene at a strip club. Overall, the movie is a seriously dated action movie that is very violent, often times needlessly so.(You would think thieves would show more subtlety and restraint when carrying out jobs, wouldn't you?) But thankfully, the movie does get better in its second half, as it gets more thoughtful with a few directorial flourishes from Ringo Lam thrown in. That still does not help it escape being little more than a B movie that might have once been shown at 3:00 am on HBO.
(ag) wrote: I remember seeing this in the theatre with my Dad (bless him for taking me to all sorts of stuff) when I was 9 or 10! Well, I also remember it being pretty crap even back then.
(jp) wrote: My Fair Lady is a definition of classic cinema. It's big, lavish, populated by several great stars, and most importantly, is simply unforgettable. The music is wonderful, the production values faultless, and the story endlessly entertaining while also surprisingly deep and meaningful, too. The movie may be enjoyed as a thinking man's musical or as a whimsically light good time at the movies. Is it the best of its kind? Probably not; nothing beats The Sound of Music in the Musical category, but place My Fair Lady right up there with the best of the best.
(it) wrote: A well-crafted film built upon a large concept of existentialism and its tragic points that are observed on the characters: a man who is desperately trying to get out of the horror, and a woman who's patiently persuading him to give up and accept the fate. The audience is forced to engage as they were confronted by the fragile nature of the dunes, depicted in the film as symbol for devastating, hopeless situation. Overall, it is possible that, like any other surrealistic works of art, while the film has successfully presenting the concept, it also has failed to draw any kind of agreeable answers to the criticisms of the concept. The work itself is unforgiven for its confounded logic: if there were so many people gone missing with the possibility of being found (most of them are the kind of people whose occupations would require them information of their whereabouts, such as student), why has no one ever notice the village?
(es) wrote: Good movie but i thought they could put a bit more action in it.
(es) wrote: Warts-and-all bio of Rich Mullins, avoids pitfalls of being saccharine or preachy.
(nl) wrote: It's the viewer that needs surviving after watching this stinker
(ru) wrote: Warm Bodies is a well-made movie about an unconventional love story.The idea from which the script starts is very out of the box, and it is carried on brilliantly throughout the whole movie.Originality and sweetness are the words that best connotate this movie.
(gb) wrote: What is this? A center for ants?!?!