Wicker Park

Wicker Park

Matthew, a young advertising executive in Chicago, puts his life and a business trip to China on hold when he thinks he sees Lisa, the love of his life who left him without a word two years earlier, walking out of a restaurant one day.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:114 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   nurse,   dancing,  

Matthew and Lisa are madly in love. But one day Lisa vanishes. One day Matthew sees a woman in a café and he thinks that she's his long-lost love, Lisa. His belief leads to obsession, as he puts his life on hold in order to trail her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kristina E (ag) wrote: pretty good movie, weird but funny.

J B (ca) wrote: I love this movie! I makes me giggle. :P

Gimly M (us) wrote: The Superman franchise changed hands again with the release of III. A move which pissed a lot of people off. Christopher Reeve was disappointed in the series' new direction, but not so much as to turn down the paycheque of another role. Margot Kidder's negative reaction gained her a back seat in the film, and Gene Hackman left the piece altogether. Though there's plenty to be said about Christopher Reeve's acting ability, as he plays Clark Kent, Superman and a darker, uncaring version of Superman, all in the one film with vigour; this is essentially all Superman has going for it by this stage.Richard Pryor is out of place in the DC universe, making slapstick terror and taking up nearly as much screen time as the Man of Steel himself (much to my chagrin). Robert Vaughn's Ross Webster makes for a poor Luthor substitute. Lana Lang's insertion as a love interest was completely disrespectful to the effort that had been put in with the first two films, making Superman's sacrifices and emotions all but redundant.There's very little new material in the piece, and everything that is new, is for the worse. The end result is a cheap disappointment that should never have been made, whose only saving grace is it's titular character. which the film severely under uses in favour of boring sideline exposition and pointless, deranged silliness.21%-Gimly

Aaron V (mx) wrote: one of the cornerstone romantic comedies over the years and the reason is obvious. Audrey Hepburn in her debut role plays a princess who is feeling smothered by all the pomp and politics of each day, so when in Rome she decides to take off to experience the city. An American press writer (Gregory Peck) finds her sleeping on a park bench and there begins a series of adventures and dramatic ironies with a good dose of comedy. The film is more romantic because it doesn't dwell on sensual make-out sessions or sexual encounters. She is a princess and he is a gentleman. Their attraction is chaste and personal more than physical. They come to enjoy each other's company and conversation. The ending doesn't fit today's expectations but I found it refreshingly unpredictable. Not only are all the loose ends tied up but it shows how romance is more meaningful in restraint than in indulgence.

Hari A (ag) wrote: A gem originated during the pre-code hollywood that focuses on feminism. It is a very fine example of immaculate acting. Barbara Stanwyck is phenomenal as Lily Powers aka Baby Face who lives an impoverished life working at a family saloon and then moves to New York trying to incorporate Frederick Nietzsche's WILL TO POWER. Its all femme fatale as Stanwyck climbs the corporate ladder all the way to the top utilising her seductive power over men. The movie is ruthless, straight forward and outstanding at its presentation of raw willpower. At 75 minutes, it is fast paced and absolutely perfect.

Joetaeb D (us) wrote: Raunchy but heartfelt and intelligent, Chasing Amy brings a lot of though provoking elements to the table and honestly humor to create Smith's best movie for me.

Chris W (de) wrote: It's still funny after 85 years, and most of all, the ending is one of the best scene in my opinion.

Timbo B (au) wrote: This little entertaining film is like the "Little Engine that Could." It gets off to a slow start but once the action picks up you know where it is going. Funny is not usually something you'd say about a war movie but with Matt Meese of studio C, this movie has some good laughs. The tanks are the real stars of this film about race, war and sacrifice. When the laughs fade and the lights turn on, what you'll remember is the lives that were lost to bring us freedom from tyranny and racial inequality.