The Ames' seem to have built the perfect life until their six year old daughter is kidnapped; over the course of seven days they begin to uncover secrets about their past that could rip their marriage and lives apart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day
The Ames' seem to have built the perfect life until their six year old daughter is kidnapped; over the course of seven days they begin to uncover secrets about their past that could rip their marriage and lives apart.
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Gavin a (gb) wrote: Have claustrophobia? You may gain it after watching this creative, dark, intense film. The tension builds and the walls around you close in on you. You do not just watch Crawl or Die you Experience it.
Grant H (gb) wrote: When in Rome, avoid this film and watch "Midnight in Paris" instead. Underwhelming.
Rick B (mx) wrote: Despite the title, this is a very adult film. Watching these four women go through their issues makes for a tough watch at times, but the way the film is presented is far from gratuitous. I would have liked more of a conclusion, but Yazaki Hitoshi gives but a glimpse of the girl's future that fits with the rest of the film. A good choice for those who prefer more adult situations with their "slice-of-life" dramas.
Kaitlyn S (it) wrote: A little bit depressing in its realism but good nonetheless.
Naughtia N (au) wrote: I enjoyed watching this movie. Ellen DeGeneres is a woman who seeks the perfect man to start a relationship with but when she seemingly finds Mr. Right, he turns out to be Mr. Wrong because he shows an entirely different and wacky personality. When she tries to convince all the other people about his personality changes they won't believe her. I had loads of fun watching this movie but it seemed a little cheesy at times.
Mayger Z (ca) wrote: Es fuerte o cuando la vi me parecio para mi edad full fuerte
Josh D (de) wrote: Wear sun glasses while watching "Psycho Cop" or you risk Bobby Ray Shafer's greatness blinding you. Being drunk during viewing is also a good idea. If your senses aren't slightly dulled from alcohol, the greatness of this film may literally "bust your gut" or cause you to spontaneously combust. The last 20 minutes make the chariot race in "Ben-Hur" look like a Hover-Round commercial. Offering to pay a cashier or online retailer TEN times the price they're asking for "Psycho Cop" will still leave you feeling guilty for all the entertainment you made off with. The only way to quell your conscience is by writing NBC, imploring them to come out with a Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration bobble head. "Satan doesn't like bullets. What the Hell?"
Bradley H (gb) wrote: The 1980's was a great time for movies that the entire family could enjoy together and this was one of my favorites as a kid. It's not quite as hilarious as I remembered, but I still had a smile on my face the entire movie. Martin Short is a comedy genius and the last 15 minutes are laugh-out-loud funny thanks to a certain curly wig.
Allan C (nl) wrote: A waitress decides to become a professional wrestler. Yep, it's as dumb as it sounds, but it's quite entertaining on an ironic level.
Eric B (us) wrote: Quiet, understated and mature.
Alexander C (br) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing! sex!