A writer rescues a young woman lying injured on the road. She awakens with amnesia, but insists that she is the writer's wife. Is she the victim or the perpetrator of a devious plot? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Battle T (ca) wrote: Typical teen movie. Guy helps girl, guy gets girl...boring.
Paul K (kr) wrote: Amazing. A bunch of cowboys (sheepboys?) take hundreds of sheep up to the tops of the Beartooth Mountains for summer pasture, for the very last time, in 2003. Beautifully filmed and edited, the tale tells itself with no externals such as narration or music. They have a really hard time, then drive those sheep back down the mountains in the autumn. Thoroughly absorbing. Shown on Film 4 some months ago.
Jaym S (nl) wrote: It's a scary thriller that leaves the audience asking questions.
Suvi L (br) wrote: Eh. After Tipping the Velvet my expectations were a bit too high and was sorely disappointed.
Legrandoux A (fr) wrote: salman khan & Anil Kapoor
Katrina L (fr) wrote: I love me some period drama but this had a lot to live up to and didn't quite get there...
Wes S (kr) wrote: The CGI isn't too great but the puppets are nice but hardly used. The story is decent but it is a cheap Sci-Fi channel movie. Most the plot goes nowhere and the acting is pretty bad from most the cast. Bruce Campbell is the highlight of the film. It's not really bad, but it's not really that good either.
Janne S (us) wrote: A film without a proper plot or story to tell, just a sequence of scenes from the great master's life, with pompous nationalism to increase the silliness. The director should never be allowed near a camera.
Johan A (br) wrote: In Sweden this film from Iran is released with the title "Valdagen". It's a very slow paced story about ideals and suspicion. In many ways the story told is somewhat confused and unfocused, but the beautiful desert settings and some really nice camera work makes up for that little flaw.
DG j (gb) wrote: Hard-working Bill Janusen (Beau Bridges) is downsized out of his job on the assembly line. His wife's lengthy illness drains his resources, and when he loses her, he loses everything. He refuses to accept government aid or other assistance, and gets a job at a fast-food restaurant, bringing home leftovers to feed his children, Willa (Jena Malone), 9, and Robbie (Shelton Dane), 11. Prestigious surgeon Dr. Michael Millerton (Bruce Davison) meets Willa when she visits his daughter, who is the same age. Willa, poorly dressed and very hungry, sneaks food from the kitchen. Michael loses a bet with his colleague, Dr. Vincent (Jeff Bridges), and takes his place donating service at the community clinic where Bill brings Willa with a bad cough and persistent headaches. The diagnosis, that the child is anemic and her immune system is weakened by poor nutrition, angers the struggling father.
Diana G (us) wrote: if somebody can share it , would be great! :)
Timm S (au) wrote: I Could Not Take This Seriously. Sure There Is A Thread Of Truth Surrounding A Much-Loved Member Of The Beatles & This Musician Crossing Paths Decades After Lennon's Death..But The Rest (95%) Of This Is Poetic Licence. The Fictional Story Travelling A Gooey Schmaltz-Charm That Just Did Not Suit Typical Tough-Guy Al Pacino. It Was Weird In That Respect That He Even Signed Onto It.
Gerhard J (us) wrote: Should this even be classified as a comedy when I did not laugh once throughout the entire film?
Ching L (au) wrote: Very cheesy and downright ridiculous, but that's the whole appeal of the film really. A bunch of American teens doing stupid stuff when they are on holiday. Very youthful film :)
Andrea B (de) wrote: it started out alright, but if you read and enjoyed the book, you'll be disappointed because the ending was totally changed. The best thing about this movie was Matt Smith's performance as Mr. Collins.