Douglas Sirk's first feature film.
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Oliver N (it) wrote: The genuinely intriguing premise - and a long runtime that feels effortless, especially for a thriller - showcases both Affleck and Pike extraordinary talent on screen... and possibly the director's finest work behind the scenes. Specifically involving the suspense it builds, we ask ourself one question... why didn't this win any Oscars?!Verdict: A+
carmelo n (fr) wrote: Totalmente innecesaria!
Tracy C (es) wrote: SOOOOOOOoOooooooooooooooooooooo BAD
Tor M (fr) wrote: Bleek and cold movie. It tries to wake you up, seriosly. The world is cruel and tough, and many people on this earth can't do much to change their situation. This very slow paced and "quiet" movie got a lot of great features - and a few poor ones. The production is great. It creates an atmosphere that is magnificent, it actually made me feel really cold in some of the outdoor scenes. The camera work and the many still-scenes is also a feature that is important for making it so memorable. The plot it self is good and sad, and the actors perform well. Poorer aspects about this flick is that it's boring an very long. Still, this makes it very realistic and we get to know the characters well.If you're up for an slow paced, shocking, sad and honest movie that you can keep in your mind for a while this might be your best option.
Collin P (mx) wrote: Arguably the best Nolan Movie ever made, Memento is an extremely unique revenge story that throws in twists and turns throughout.
Fagatron P (br) wrote: Yet another year where Jennifer just blows away the material with her acting. She was a force playing Catherine the modest only child of a rich doctor in late 19th Century New York.
Jared H (ca) wrote: disturbing with its violence. not entertaining after 15 minutes. the monsters look terrible.
Erik J (ru) wrote: A well intentioned but undeniably cheesy B Movie
Jose Luis M (it) wrote: Un falso documental sobre un personaje ficticio. Divertida y original pelicula de Woody Allen.
John M (kr) wrote: Who needs "Airplane!" when you have "The Concorde...Airport '79?" This unfortunate final "Airport" entry brings loads of laughs, almost all unintentional! Lalo Schifrin gamely provides a good film score, but he's definitely swimming upstream. A crazy cast of actors, from good to silly populate this disaster movie, which is a disaster in more ways than one!
Matthew S (ru) wrote: A magical cinematic work of art. No more need be said. Just see it. Experience it. Pure magic.
Rob T (br) wrote: Not one of the Marx's best but still has some very funny scenes. Particularly like Groucho's attempts to board the train as Chico continually stops him.
F B (es) wrote: What a load of rubbish. Started ok and then just got stupid and boring.