Within Our Gates

Within Our Gates

Abandoned by her fiancé, an educated negro woman with a shocking past dedicates herself to helping a near bankrupt school for impoverished negro youths.

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Blair K (fr) wrote: ed Harris is wonderful as always. overall good thought provoking that gets a bit strained by the end. Annette benning plays erratic very well.obsessive and stalker like. I felt bad for ed Harris character a few times BC of that. if you are a fan of his or Annette's then check it out~

Don N (kr) wrote: I want this movie to be the godfather of my children.

Sofiane B (gb) wrote: notre ennemi n'est pas forcment celui k'on croit

Niklas J (ru) wrote: Much better than James Bond movies.

Christopher B (au) wrote: Pretty good. Campbell is obviously good but couldn't help felling a little disappointed afterwards.

Matt S (ru) wrote: Filmed in T.O. The style is right. The script is lacking. But its a good watch

Private U (it) wrote: izlemedm ama dier 23 e bnzosa tabiki 5!

andrea s (es) wrote: A really good so far but really really confusing. has to look up information on his character :D

Scott R (ca) wrote: I had to see it for cage.

Zeynep Su A (kr) wrote: A Room With a View tells the story of Lucy Honeychurch, a young Englishwoman in 1912 who visits Italy with her cousin, Charlotte Bartlett. While there, they meet a host of interesting characters, including the novelist Eleanor Lavish, the tourist Mr Emerson, and his son, George.George falls in love with Lucy, while in Florence, but Charlotte whisks her charge away. It is only when they return to England that Lucy meets George again; by this time, however, Lucy is engaged to Cecil Vyse.While the novel ends with Lucy and George marrying and returning to "the room with the view" for their honeymoon, this adaptation included its own ending, with George being killed in World War I and Lucy returning in 1922 to the room in Florence.[3]

A5J4D X (mx) wrote: 7/10 - An enjoyable ride to say the least.

Justin W (jp) wrote: I was actually mildly surprised and amused. Sure it has its moments of less then perfect acting and of course lines of cheesy dialogue, telling not showing, and unnecessary shots that just put it a tad over the top, but it was pretty well executed for being a low budget thriller. Everything worked well up until the last fifteen minutes where you could tell the writers were forced to quickly put together an ending to tighten up the time limit, this of course put in a lot of dumb dialogue and throwing in loose ends of the plot just to make it come full circle. Better then some of the other films in its genre.

Nicholas B (br) wrote: Lawrence of Arabia is a landmark of filmmaking with a grand and vast atmosphere, flawless cinematography, iconic score and a thought provoking character study of T.E Lawrence played to perfection by Peter O'Toole.

Lincoln R (it) wrote: A rather pulse-pounding film. the mystery of who the killer is and the somewhat ambiguous ending also make thee movie enjoyable.

Nathaniel B (jp) wrote: During the movie, I struggled to figure out what was going on, but kinda figured it out at the end. The big reveal in these types of movies determines whether I like it or not. Well, I hated the movie. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.

Nemanja K (de) wrote: In a sea of depressed movies, when the Oscar favorite is movies where nobody laugh, never...Sing street is pure refreshing! Masterpiece, for people from 7 to 77. Great story, excellent acting, no empty spots, smooth with such good cliche that is just adorable