With or Without You
Rosie and Vincent know each other for ten years, and are married for five. She doesn't like her job, he isn't too pleased working with her dad. They're trying to have a baby. One morning Benoit, a Frenchman and former pen pal of Rosie, whom she never met, comes to visit. Did Rosie love him? Does she love him now?
- Stars:Christopher Eccleston, Dervla Kirwan, Yvan Attal, Julie Graham, Alun Armstrong, Lloyd Hutchinson, Michael Liebmann, Doon Mackichan, Gordon Kennedy, Fionnula Flanagan, Dan Gordon, Donna Dent, Deirdre O'Kane, Peter Ballance, Thomas Baker,
- Director:Michael Winterbottom,
- Writer:John Forte
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(us) wrote: coo of the sender immediately by the first time to the u
(nl) wrote: I love this film. It's actual way better than the live action film. We need to have a remake of green lantern based from this animation film. Am starting to like DC MORE NOW.
(kr) wrote: Fell asleep about 1/3 through the film. Woke up in the last 20 minutes. Wish I had kept sleeping too.
(us) wrote: Fay Grim - Why is it, when someone starts talking about civilization, I hear the sound of machine guns?An outstanding sequel to Henry Fool that leaves it in the dust.Again written and directed by Hal Hartley, this movie answers the question left in the final scene of Henry Fool and picks up 13 years later where Fay (Parker Posey) must save Henry (Thomas Jay Ryan) in order to give their son Ned (Liam Aiken) a life and her brother Simon (James Urbaniak) his freedom.Where Henry Fool was bringing small kitchen sink issues out onto the coffee table for discussion, Fay Grim blasts the kitchen sink into the stratosphere. An Agent Fulbright (Jeff Goldblum) and Simon's publisher Angus James (Chuck Montgomery) are both in search of the volumes that Henry Fool wrote before vanishing. Fay, who has never left her slice of heaven, is tossed into the world of international espionage to discover not only who Henry really is but also who she is.Agent Fulbright - Carl, go take a walk in the rain.Fay Grim - Bye, Carl.Agent Fulbright - Leave him alone.Fay Grim - He likes me.Agent Fulbright - That's his problem.Hartley's direction and script kick ass. Parker Posey is wonderful (as always) as is the rest of the cast and the pacing is excellent. Where Henry Fool felt too long, this almost felt to short. Like Henry Fool, Fay Grim will make you think but in a more problem solving manner instead of an emotionally desperate one. There is a confidence here that was absent in Henry Fool. As such, Fay Grim is an easier film to access and a more enjoyable ride.And the ending, although good, hurt for all the right reasons.If you're unsure over Henry Fool or Fay Grim, go with Grim then Fool. It may make more sense this way.Henry Fool - If anything happens to Fay, Jallal, I'll torture your wives, your family, your children and their children. There'll be a disease upon this Earth with your name on it. The only thing anyone will inherit from Jallal Said Khan is a long lifetime of intolerable pain. Sorry. That's just the kinda guy I am.
(kr) wrote: This low-budget Sci Fi horror comedy is a horrible mess. This is a poorly constructed film, one that dull, unwatchable trash, one with a wasted lead actor in Bruce Campbell. The films premise is horrible, the plot is stupid and the acting and directing is awful. I understand that Alien Apocalypse is supposed to be a B movie, but man could it have been much better than this. The film is just too bad to keep you interested, and it was hard to finish this. One of Campbell's worst films this one will surely disappoint fans of the actor, I know I was. The problem with this film is that it tries to be a serious Sci Fi horror flick, when in fact; it's more a tongue in cheek ordeal. This film simply doesn't work, the execution is poor and the cast can't save such a poorly thought out dud. Josh Becker is a poor director, one that doesn't know how to craft a good, tense, funny film. Alien Apocalypse is pure cheese, a film that may appeal to B movie fans, but compared other Campbell efforts, this one sucks. Pass up on this one. The film is super low-budget, and the cast seem bored in their performances. There's absolutely nothing to enjoy here, and this film is purely a waste of time and not worth checking out. Bruce Campbell has made better films, and he clearly doesn't look like he wants to be in this. If you want a great Campbell flick check out The Evil Dead and Maniac Cop. However, Alien Apocalypse is one to avoid. This is uninspired poorly made trash that simply doesn't pay off.
(au) wrote: It feels like a straight to dvd romcom, and for that class it is above average. Some good insights. Not highly recommended.
(br) wrote: best 1 of whole series
(ag) wrote: wish Sasa and ichi's fight scene would have been longer.
(ru) wrote: This is an acting lesson from two masters of their craft, in a compelling and touching story that might seem contrived in synopsis but in execution is wonderfully realized. The conflict of honor and duty over desire has rarely been as well dramatized.
(br) wrote: Strange but predictable. Weird but compelling. A very British horror movie that was better than it should really have been.
(nl) wrote: Testament of Youth is another great film about an era not explored enough in film. Vikander turns in an amazing performance once again and it's safe to say we can expect a lot more from her in the future.
(es) wrote: All I can say is that Godzilla: King of the Monsters is dull.