Colloquially-told story of a few days in the life of Marieta, who's saving money for the last operation in her change from man to woman. She works as a prostitute in Madrid and longs for a legitimate job. Whenever she builds up her savings, her housemate and best friend Tomás finds ways to spend, lose, or cost her those funds. She meets Raúl, whom she likes and who likes her; the trouble is he also likes that part of her she wants removed. If that's not enough, she also has narcolepsy, and when she conks out, she dreams of musical-theater numbers in which she's the singing and dancing star. Are these dreams always going to be 20 centimeters out of reach?
Tracy C (jp) wrote: A cute fun movie for the kids. Parents might enjoy it the first time, but you won't want to bring it home and have to watch it every day for months.
g p (it) wrote: wow.this is a asome movie :-)
prkprk p (jp) wrote: The title seems like a joke, just like Jaws: The Revenge. It's an awful film, and it's just as bad as the first. It's definitely one to be missed.
Jason A (gb) wrote: Terence Davies' fascinating, collage-style documentary is a portrait of Liverpool, the city of his birth, and how it's changed over the decades. What it also is, though, is a universal meditation on aging, memory, civilization and the bittersweet march of time.
Joel A (jp) wrote: It starts out pretty gay. Exposition for 20 minutes of depicting barrio life for the 12-year-old gay. Then the violence starts. And gayness becomes very unimportant when compared to the cops and robbers violence that occurs for the later 3/4's of the movie.
Dan H (br) wrote: It's certainly interesting, but it never comes up with an explanations or ideas on America's gun problem.
Li G (jp) wrote: Had no idea it was Albert Finney until I saw the credits! Excellent suspense and I agree: points for "atmosphere, period detail, and richness of characterization."
Paul C (it) wrote: Generic 60's maverick cop film that descends into melodrama for much of it's running time - far less interesting than it's pedigree (stars Henry Fonda and Richard Widmark, Director Don Siegel) would suggest. Disappointing!
Lee Anne W (it) wrote: I only watched this because the Zombies (the band, not the undead) are in it. What a pleasant surprise, but I should have known, coming from Preminger, that it wouldn't be bad. A fun little suspense movie, and Laurence Olivier and Noel Coward are great. Even after the big reveal there was still tension. Worth a look.
Jennifer D (it) wrote: A western. A Marilyn Monroe flick. Of course I had to see this. And it was just as bad as I was expecting. Now I usually don't demerit a film for bad "special effects" but this was a little absurd. I mean, was I ever supposed to believe Marilyn was on that raft? I don't see how. Awful. And when the Native American comes on the raft only to rip Marilyn's shirt as she screams helplessly. OMFG. Let's get real here people.
Shelby F (nl) wrote: was the coolest movie
Tim B (nl) wrote: I have seen Blinder twice, once with my wife and then with the kids, its a great story about a real side of sport/life that most of the time we don't want to think about. I reckon it is a must for all clubs.
Scott A (us) wrote: A modern take on the spy genre compete with hyper-violence and stylized action, complete with some breakout performances from the newcomers and some greatness from the established actors. Complete with one of cinemas greatest actions scenes of all time set to Freebird, this is a must see and one of the greatest action films to date.
Diego Martn (nl) wrote: Tiene de todo, toca las fibras mas profundas del espectador,comedia,drama y Romance 10/10
Kurtiss K (au) wrote: Rooster Teeth's "Lazer Team" is passable as a distraction, but far too formulaic and surprisingly lacking in fun and thrills to be truly engaging.