During a stay at one of London's most elegant and venerable hotels Miss Marple uncovers a sinister undercurrent of corruption and murder beneath Bertram's stuffy veneer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: At Bertram's Hotel
During a stay at one of London's most elegant and venerable hotels Miss Marple uncovers a sinister undercurrent of corruption and murder beneath Bertram's stuffy veneer.
- Stars:Anna-Lisa Baude, Emy Hagman, Bengt Janzon, Stig Järrel, Åke Seyffarth, Joan Hickson, Caroline Blakiston, Helena Michell, James Cossins, Joan Greenwood, George Baker, Preston Lockwood, Irene Sutcliffe, Brian McGrath, Neville Phillips, Robert Reynolds, Peter Baldwin, Douglas Milvain, Philip Bretherton, Edward Burnham,
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Thomas W (mx) wrote: A small, NYC-based indie film about good Jewish boy Walter (Jack Carpenter - Sydney White) who works at the family bagel and lox business with his Uncle Sid (John Pankow - The Secret of My Success). Walter dreams of taking over the family business but doesn't seem to understand that in order for him to do that he'll have to venture out into a world he is distressingly afraid of (he hasn't left his own, small neighborhood his entire life). When both him and his (married) uncle fall for a new customer (Melanie Lynskey - Up in the Air), their lives are forever changed as Sid could lose the business in a nasty divorce which would leave Walter with nothing but a knowledge of bagels and lox. The film has some charm to it but little else as none of the characters are believably fleshed out. It aims for quirky, little indie ... and that is what it gives its audience although there were moments I was hoping for more.
mpilar b (au) wrote: This is a moving and beautiful movie. At the beginning the daughter seems cold and distant, but at the end you can understand her distress. On the other hand, her father tries hard to communicate with her, but he doesn't give up.
Ryan S (jp) wrote: The goriest of the series and probably one of the hardest to watch. This one actually gives us some likable characters and most of it is actually pretty intense. The 3rd act is pretty lame however, but this is one of the better films in this series.
WS W (jp) wrote: Perhaps real life is full of pains already. Watching this movie with rare subjects like illness & facing death (points of view from both the patient & his surroundings) is uneasy & uncomfortable, in addition to the typical French trivial, insipid narrative, despite its deep, melancholy atmosphere. Bruno Todeschini is wonderful although his character is indeed rather blank for development.
Mike O (au) wrote: was nice effects in a classic movie. could have picked a better lead actor in my opinion...
Rawballs B (ca) wrote: Berry is so sexy engaging her character as a money hot sh*t!... =D
Stephen F (gb) wrote: A movie about a group of gay friends who go to the country home of one of the friends 4 times in a period of 1 year. How they have changed throughout this time. I had to buy it.
Daniel C (kr) wrote: Entertaining and fun, nothing more.
Damon R (kr) wrote: The best space movie of all time! I love true stories.
Kylie S (ca) wrote: About as twisted as it gets in all the wrong ways but enjoyable
Darryl C (nl) wrote: i love this film for many reasons. one is the interplay of acting styles employed. richardson is taut, nervy and stylized like bette davis at her best. holm and everett are more relaxed but can coil and spring out when it's needed. they deliver! mike newell's direction is taut and very well paced. the screenplay by shelagh delaney is taut and well-written. and the film is visually stylezed like a film noir. just stunning all the way round!
Sean C (it) wrote: A stupid ending to a stupid era. Worst part is it takes forever for Godzilla to show up (but it is a good introduction). The film's closing scene is actually sort of moving in a weird Godzilla sort of way.
Gemma B (es) wrote: I definately would love to see this film, as i love George Cukor (the director) and Grahem Greene writes wonderful books...
Carol H (fr) wrote: I knew absolutely nothing of this film going in; just the title. So I was surprised by how misanthropic and standoffish is was. The movie really lives up to its title. It never tries to hide what a terrible person Finch is (or any of the other characters, for that matter). The only reason I gave the movie three stars is because a few of the musical numbers are all right.
Indira S (ru) wrote: then again the main idea of the stories were brilliant,, :) and jack lemmon was amaaazing ^^
vissbll g (de) wrote: PLOT_ Mary Blake arrives at Blackie Norton's Paradise gambling hall and beer garden looking for work as a singer. Blackie embarrasses her by asking to see her legs, but does hire her. She faints from hunger. Nob Hill Socialite Jack Burley and Maestro Baldini of the Tivoli Opera House see her singing and offer her a chance to do opera, but Blackie has her under a two-year contract which she sorrowfully stands by. Later, when he makes up posters featuring Mary in tights, she does leave for the Tivoli. Blackie gets an injunction against Burley, but knocks out the process server when he hears Mary's performance as Marguerite in "Faust". She asks her to marry him and she agrees to go back to the Paradise as his kind of singer, but Blackie's childhood chum Father Tim intervenes. After Blackie slugs the priest, Mary leaves. She is soon the star of the Tivoli and Blackie's place is closed down. She sings a rousing "San Francisco" on behalf of the Paradise at the annual "Chicken Ball" and wins the $10,000 prize which Blackie throws to the floor. As she storms out of the hall a terrible rumble betokens the famous San Francisco earthquake. Buildings collapse, streets split wide open, the city burns, the army dynamites whole sections of town. After staggering around in a stupor Blackie finds Father Tim and the two of them find Mary at a Salvation Army camp. Backed by hundreds of others, they look out over the ruins which are gradually replaced by the shining new city with a reprise of the title song.
Jeff S (mx) wrote: Definitely very good, but pretty boring from time to time
Tommy M (ca) wrote: Confusing take on the 2008 mortgage crisis but with great performance by all 4 leads & a real shot at directing for funny man Adam McKay, The Big Short is a fun little ride on a very serious & sad subject.