Ann Rule Presents: The Stranger Beside Me
While working at a Seattle clinic for women in the 1970s, Ann Rule becomes friends with Ted Bundy. Based on a book by Ann Rule.
- Stars:Raj Babbar, Sumeet Saigal, Aashif Sheikh, Anita Raj, Sonam, Swapna, Sonu Walia, Gulshan Grover, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Shiva Rindani, Navin Nischol, Rakesh Bedi, Billy Campbell, Barbara Hershey, Kevin Dunn, Suki Kaiser, Brenda James, Jay Brazeau, Benjamin Ratner, Matthew Bennett, Meghan Black, Aaron Douglas, Kimberley Warnat, Claudette Mink, Alison Matthews, Roger Haskett, Maureen Thomas,
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Amreen G (mx) wrote: whta could have been a good entertining flick ruins it with poor screenplay, unness songs, and a tacky story line... UC AND PC are alright, but oeverall an average movie. tht could chave been 100 ties better.. come on jugal!!! expected a tidy bit more
James S (ru) wrote: Brilliant. An excellent introduction to three-dimensions and extremely well done for a low-budget independent animation.
Kevin R (it) wrote: If you don't want to do it for love, how about money?A newspaper editor and chief is about to lose his ex-wife to another man. He loves his ex-wife but can't stop working long enough to make the relationship work. Just as she is about to leave, a unique story surfaces and both the ex-husband and ex-wife knows she is the perfect candidate to cover the story. She reluctantly takes the job as her last story before retiring from the newspaper industry. Will the editor get her girl back or has that ship sailed?"How many times you got a murderer locked up in a desk?"Howard Hawks, director of The Big Sleep, Rio Bravo, Bringing Up Baby, Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, El Dorado, Monkey Business, and Scarface (1932), delivers His Girl Friday. The storyline for this picture is very well written and contains a great primary love story mixed with an intriguing subplot of a man wrongfully accused in jail (or so we think). The acting is wonderful and the chemistry between characters was perfect. The cast includes Cary Grant, Gene Lockhart, Ralph Bellamy, Rosalind Russell, and Regis Toomey."Watch where you're aiming, will you?"I grabbed this off Netflix because it starred one of my favorite actors, Cary Grant (that, and I was ashamed I had never seen this). I loved the lines and speed by which they were delivered throughout this film (it reminded me a little of Scandal). I adored the conclusion and felt the film was very original and well paced overall. I strongly recommend seeing this classic picture."You're a cockeyed liar and you know it!"Grade: A
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Dane S (nl) wrote: still one of my favorites.
Elijah L (mx) wrote: Equally bloody and hilarious, In Bruges is a brilliant dark comedy lead by a fantastic performance from Colin Farrell.
Sean P (gb) wrote: I'm not a sports person by any means, but I still enjoyed it.
David F (us) wrote: Not one of the Duke's best, but it's still a decent actioner. Kidnapper Richard Boone holds Wayne's grandson hostage - aided by his two estranged sons (Patrick Wayne, Wayne's real-life son, and Chris Mitchum, Robert Mitchum's son) Wayne sets out to make the drop, while making his own plans for a double-cross. Nicely photographed and well-paced, but Wayne's supporting cast doesn't quite measure up - the roles are thankless and two-dimensional, and the cardboard performances put in by the younger men make the older Wayne look not only more formidable in spite of his age, but also as good an actor as Olivier. However, if you can forgive that, you'll be entertained.