A Guide for the Married Man
A man gives his friend a series of lessons on how to cheat on one's wife without being caught.
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Alfin N (ru) wrote: Hong Kong's kooky and meandering 'The World's End'. Simon Yam is not Simon Pegg, Suet Lam is not Nick Frost, and Fruit Chan is definitely not Edgar Wright.
Amy S (fr) wrote: Caught me by surprise...not so bad.
Abraham H (nl) wrote: The movie asks a provocative question: What if it were possible for ALL laborers--not just knowledge workers--to telecommute to anywhere in the world? It then fails to answer this question.
pedro t (gb) wrote: Excellent stuff and no one seems to realise it exists...their loss! The tension is incredible in this film and its beautifully shot...
Adam S (mx) wrote: Riveting. That's the only word that I could possibly use to describe this entirely underrated Vietnam War film. Werner Herzog created a masterpiece that unfortunately no-one went to see.The film tells the shocking true story of Dieter Dengler, a German-born American Navy pilot whose plane is shot down over communist-held Laos during the Vietnam War. Dengler is taken in as a prisoner at a POW camp, and immediately begins plotting escape. He eventually becomes the first POW to escape during the war, but finds an unforgiving jungle waiting for him on the other side.Dengler is portrayed in a typically unhinged manner by Christian Bale, who leads a cast that includes Steve Zahn and Jeremy Davis. Much of the cast list is made up of unknown actors, and Herzog proves to be a brilliant director at gleaming talent out of these names.The film goes to some of humanity's darkest places, and also shows an optimistic side of our desperation for survival. This is a film about the human side of war, with no grand visions about the morality or ethics of war, and just focuses on the effect on one man. For such a grand event in history, it is a really great intimate film.A very solid 9/10.
Kimberly S (au) wrote: I just Emmanuelle Chriqui. Wish she'd be in some more stuff.
Ben G (au) wrote: Advent Children Complete was an excellent movie. The music, the voice cast, the writing, the dialog, the plot, and the animation was all amazing. If it wasn't for the occasional dead kid, it would've been perfect.
Joe S (br) wrote: Didn't think it was too bad. Only problem I had was the ending with her hybrid humanoid alien baby just seemed too cheesy to me.
Scott C (gb) wrote: One of the Best Films of All Time! If you're one of the lucky few to have seen this under-rated masterpiece, you'll know what I mean when I say it's truly one of the most breathtakingfantasy/adventure films ever made. It is also (along with 'Ed Wood' & 'American Movie') one of the best films about movie making. I fear that Mike Jittlov (the film's director, star, editor and special effects man) will never make another film again, because the battle to get this monster made was so draining. It took 5 years and it shows. His battle-scarred fingerprints are over every inch of this thing. While Hollywood hasn't come out and admitted Mr. Jittlov's influence, it's definitely there. Mike once told me a story about a young Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell making the journey to his home to screen him a little flick called 'Evil Dead' back in the early 80s. They hadn't hit it big yet, but wanted to meet one of their heroes. If you look at all of the special effects sequences in Raimi's films, they have a very Jittlovian quality to them. The animation in 'Evil Dead 2' and 'Darkman' springs to mind. I'd bet good money that Robert Rodriguez has seen this a few times as well. This movie is such a classic, I wish someone with some clout and guts would re-release it on a deluxe version DVD. Please, Mr. Tarantino...give it the 'Rolling Thunder' treatment!!!!!!
Agustin M (kr) wrote: The 9th Godzilla movie and it's another wasted opportunity. Aliens come in and take over all of Earth's monsters: Godzilla, Minilla, Anguirus, Baragon(Pig-like with a horn in the nose), Gorosaurus(Average T-rex), Kumonga(A giant spider), Manda(Chinese Dragon), Mothra, Rodan, and Varan(A flying lizard). Under their control, they go out and destroy the world. The humans must figure out a way to break the monsters' control in order to get the aliens out of the planet. For a movie to have a bunch of monsters, it's so dull. The only great scene in the movie is at the end where all the monsters are free from the aliens control and begin to fight the aliens' monster, King Ghidorah. It's a 10 on 1 battle that is awesome to watch. Just skip it to the end, it's the only scene worth watching.
Rick R (au) wrote: This is the benchmark for video editing. Great film.
Jeffrey M (gb) wrote: An excellent earlier Wayne western that embraces moral ambiguity, and does so within the context of a confined yet authentic and moving story. Wayne was a fantastic actor, and that is in full display here, where he owns every scene he's in, though that's typical of the Duke. Beautifully shot and well written, check it out.
David P (de) wrote: Wonderfully mature and complex story about fidelity, love and finding the "one".
scott j (it) wrote: Great cast...but sadly a rather boring film...story is rubbish...problem is the film was very slow and its only at the end your get into the movie....and by then it's too late...
Cliff J (it) wrote: Several gunshots go awry in this film, and unfortunately the movie itself misses the mark, also. I never quite cared about the characters. The plot intrigued but never truly captivated. Even the glorious 75mm shots seemed a little superfluous. It was a 2 hour and 45 minute exercise in dialogue and double cross. And listen: I like dialogue. I especially like Tarantino dialogue. But this movie was easily 45 minutes too long. It's a very well made waste of time, but it remains a waste of time.
Janette H (de) wrote: It's an ok film - kills a couple of hours
Daniel C (fr) wrote: The movie is boring and long, and though I hate the sort of people in it, My Dinner with Andre has worthwhile ideas to share.