Albert is an inn owner who vowed never to drink again if he and his wife survived the war. They did, and the reformed alcoholic keeps his vow. But times have changed and soon after the war,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Monkey in Winter
The story of a man who has stopped drinking- and then dreaming- and who thanks to a young man who tries to forget a lost love in alcohol will turn drunk again during an exciting night.
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Lucy W (fr) wrote: Brilliant film, really funny in parts but annoying as it's in 3-D so if you get a headache afterwoods. still a great film ^^
Daire H (jp) wrote: 55% Stocked with entertaining fight sequences and a great performance from Djimon Hounsou, Never Back Down is bound to be brilliant. But unfortunately its cliched script and cookie-cutter characters are a distraction from all the positives that can be found in this fight movie.
WK J (gb) wrote: does he have Alan Smithee on speed dial?
Toby F (gb) wrote: NOT VERY GOOD AT ALL
Jason C (ru) wrote: The story does not hold up to the pace of the movie. Very long and slow with nothing really happening to draw you in further. Well acted for the most part but does also feel over acted as well, especially Halle Berry.
George F (au) wrote: great movie! takes you back to the 50's
Julian W (es) wrote: Good, but very depressing.
Deb S (fr) wrote: Willem Dafoe plays a lawyer who becomes involved with his client, Madonna, a woman accused of intentionally murdering her rich, elderly lover through strenuous, kinky sex; coincidentally, he left her $ 8 million in his will. For an "erotic thriller," the film somehow managed to be entirely devoid of any erotic quality although there is no lack of sex: we've got hot wax, handcuffs, oral sex, parking garage car hood sex and various other forms of action. My opinion: Sex thrillers work best when the sex is used as an additional spice to the story, not the focus of the story and Willem Dafoe may be many things and a very versatile actor, but sex god he isn't. Nevertheless, even with these flaws it is interesting to view. The courtroom scenes are moderately entertaining and Julianne Moore is good as the anger stricken wife of Dafoe while Anne Archer is very effective as the secretary with her own agenda and the sadomasochistic sex scenes....well, if you're into watching this kind of stuff, they may prove to be fairly entertaining as well. I did like the ending. "Karma, everyone gets what they deserve in the end."
Shamith S (us) wrote: My name is bond , James Bond; The name is enough!
Juli N (ru) wrote: The mother of all martial arts films!
Chris M (us) wrote: After seeing the movie and reading the book from the filmmakers point of view, it has given me a different appreciation for St. Anger, and really gave me a different appreciate for everyone involved in the creating process. Gives you a different perspective about what the record stood for juxtaposed to listening the record for the first time with no background intel.
Grant K (gb) wrote: The ensemble cast and taut script make up for the wholly unoriginal aspects of this thriller.
Brian B (nl) wrote: Many of today's horror movies are garbage and have many problems. But this movie works on so many different levels. It's about a troubled family who finds a book called "Mister Babadook". After reading it, weird things go on and the kid starts believing that the monster is real. It was expertly shot and each scene sends fear down your spine. What really stands out is how great the editing was. It made us fear the night sequences in the movie and it was so terrifying that I had to pause the movie a few times in the last half hour. The story is also really powerful as it displays the characters emotions real well and it does a nice job setting up what they're going through. This movie has everything that many other modern horror films don't have. The horror genre might be dying out but this movie shows us that it's not completely gone. This movie is definitely up there with horror classics like "The Shining" and "The Exorcist". Let's just hope that this brand of horror won't be dying out. Thank you to "Jennifer Kent" for this brilliant work of art and hopefully we'll see more from her.