Wish You Were Here

Wish You Were Here

Four friends lose themselves in a carefree South-East Asian holiday. Only three come back. Dave and Alice return home to their young family desperate for answers about Jeremy's mysterious disappearance. When Alice's sister Steph returns not long after, a nasty secret is revealed about the night her boyfriend went missing. But it is only the first of many. Who amongst them knows what happened on that fateful night when they were dancing under a full moon in Cambodia?

A man (Joel Edgerton), his wife and his sister-in-law must deal with the fallout after their vacation in Cambodia takes a tragic turn. After a night of partying, the boyfriend of his sister-in-law mysteriously vanishes without a trace. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jake D (ag) wrote: Poor plotline based around unappealing characters. An excuse of a vehicle for some 90s nostalgia and some Roses tunes. The most interesting thing about this now is that it has Emila Clarke in it.

Sherai M (br) wrote: Gripping stuff. Kareena steals the show

Tina S (gb) wrote: Adorable music couple. Too bad they split.

Mel (ag) wrote: it has quite amazing quotes and sweet scenes, but, in general, i found it extremely pointless. it's like the movie had no argument whatsoever.

Jillian R (jp) wrote: What is this movie? I can't tell if I love it or hate it. Very clever, very graphic, humorous. Yeah I guess I enjoyed it =]

Christopher B (de) wrote: Very confused. Seemed like a big fuss about nothing. Watchable but only barely.

Lolka T (ca) wrote: Maria Bello is amazing!

Lester Y (nl) wrote: You know out here in movieland, 5 out of 5 is serious business, right? Well, this deserves every bit of it. Marvelous, phenomenal, and a whole bunch of other well-deserved superlatives I can throw at this movie. Absolutely insane from a technical and storytelling standpoint, but it manages to not only be coherent, but pretty moving as well. This is one of the most visually dazzling movies I've ever seen, you have to see it to believe it. It takes over-the-top "stylized" cinema to a whole new level, with not-so-subtle orgies of color, midget cowboys coming out of nowhere, sudden breaking of the fourth wall, ridiculous camera angles and other such insanity. It's also genre-bending at its craziest and finest: this is part Thai Spaghetti Western, part Tarantino-esque pastiche, part Romance, all weaved into a very good narrative that never felt contrived for me.

Glen S (au) wrote: A fairy tale? Sort of. 'The course of love never runs smoothly'? Definitly. Typical? NO. Want to see 98% of Carl Urban (give or take a bit)? Then YES. Fun to watch? Yes. What really is the most important thing in your life? Watch Lucinda struggle with that.

Your Friend (au) wrote: funny off beat comedy

Lindsay B (fr) wrote: My favorite Kung Fu Movie

Irvin C (ru) wrote: A romantic dramedy which follows a couple in the different stages of their relationship in a uniquely non-linear narrative, predominantly set in a stretch of road in the European countryside. Albert Finney and Audrey Hepburn are both magnificent as the couple and it's their show all the way. The non-linear structure of the film allows us, the audience, to fully understand all the reasons why they fell in love, why they fell out of love, the ups, the downs and everything in between. Though it at times gets repetitive and their characters can be frustrating and irritating at times, the film still grips you because through Finney and Hepburn, you're along for the ride. I thought this would be a bit bleaker but I'm surprised at the amount of humor in it and how it ends in a hopeful note.

Randy T (gb) wrote: A sociopathic swordsman hacks and hews his way toward his inevitable undoing, or so it seems. Director Okamoto expertly builds both tension and tempo as his samurai epic progresses, but be aware that the ending is rather odd and anticlimactic.

Leelee P (us) wrote: boring movie, houston is great though

James L (es) wrote: Even enemies can recognize the common thread of humanity; and find within them a common decency and appreciation for life and all things living....which is the universal foundation for peace. Camp Xray slowly arrives at this profound theme, and the end result is superb drama .

Richard P (us) wrote: Was recommended by a pal, sadly not perhaps as good as I might have expected, felt dry and over/under acted in parts. Other scenes were almost comical in their presentation.Overall the story-line was poorly presented and could have perhaps been introduced a little better, the fake 8mm vintage camera effects looked and felt fake and sadly detracted from what should have been important scenes of the film.The cast were less than stellar, some of the early scenes being reminiscent of a low-budget college made film. Thankfully, there were one or two gems where I became genuinely invested in the characters.I enjoyed the general atmosphere, and the story was a least interesting enough that I watched to the end, and I'm glad I did. The last 10 or 20 minutes really felt like a memorable climax to an all too otherwise forgettable story.All-in-all too drawn out to really impress.

Ryan B (jp) wrote: Robin William's best work ever. This will always be one of my favorite films of all time.

Jesper J (ag) wrote: Good to see an old adventure from the desert with loads and loads of people and not a blue nor green screen or any other cgi in sight.

Marko Z (nl) wrote: Quite possibly one of the most entertaining guilty-pleasures I've ever witnessed. It's also one of the worst movies I've ever seen.

Ian C (ca) wrote: One of the greatest British flicks ever made. Bruce Jones is quiet remarkable as the unemployed Catholic father hell bent on getting his daughter the best communion dress.