Arlington Road

Arlington Road

Threats from sinister foreign nationals aren't the only thing to fear. Bedraggled college professor Michael Faraday has been vexed (and increasingly paranoid) since his wife's accidental death in a botched FBI operation. But all that takes a backseat when a seemingly all-American couple set up house next door.

Widowed when his FBI agent wife is killed by an extremist group, college professor Michael Faraday (Jeff Bridges) becomes obsessed with the culture of these groups. When Michael becomes friendly with his new neighbors, Oliver and Cheryl Lang, he begins to suspect that something isn't quite right. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Laurance J (nl) wrote: well this looks...uninteresting...

bill s (ag) wrote: Solid actors doing solid work in a very solid thriller.....good performances abound.

Sheri E (kr) wrote: was pretty good... a nice family movie with a good message in it.

Chadwick C (ca) wrote: Paige needs more improvement in acting.

Benjamin E (au) wrote: This is one of those cutesy, 80's, romance, sci-fi movies. And I love it! Totally cheesy! The coolest thing about it, John Malkovich! The first time I saw this, 1987, I had no idea who he was. Now, knowing who he is, and watching it again, he's still top notch. He plays a duel role here. He plays Dr. Jeff Peters & his android creation, Ulysses. Ulysses has been created to withstand solitary space exploration, the only problem is, he falls in love. Dr. Peters on the other hand, doesn't deal well with people. See where the hilarity ensues? Not bad for what it is.

Movie K (ag) wrote: One of the better vampire movie of Lam Ching Ying. Good blend of action, magic, comedy. Ricky Hui burn incense for the vampire. Chin Siu Ho dress as one to frighten him. But the8 new vampire are alive when their talisman blow off. Lam Ching Ying and Anthony Chan freeze them. Anthony later bring them out, continuing the journey. Lam and Ricky meet Huang Ha and his daughter Moon Lee for tea and reburial of his father. They don't know how to drink with the separate milk cup and Moon trick them drink black coffee. Chin thought Moon is whore and refuse to sell her cosmetic. Huang is told by a fortune teller to do things. But the business didn't do well. The land is bought by force from the fortune teller by the late father. Lam suspect sabotage. After seeing the corpse which didn't rot, he say the land is useless and should cremate but Huang disapprove. Lam bring the corpse back and ask the two disciple to draw netting around the coffin. They miss one spot. A ghost Pauline Wong like Chin when he offer an incense stick and say she is pretty. Billy Lau is police cousin of Moon and want to marry her. The corpse turn to vampire and break out of coffin. He kill Huang. Lam say he is kill by long nails and Billy catch him for his long nails. Chin smuggle in the ritual stuff for Lam. Huang become vampire at night. Chin paste the talisman to freeze it. Billy want to trick Chin and order not to open the door no matter what. He remove the talisman and Huang wreck havoc. Lam is release and he kill the vampire. The grandpa vampire attack the house again. Ricky and Moon hide in the cupboard. Lam and Chin came in time to save them. The vampire escape. Ricky is hurt by the vampire. He must move about to prevent blood clot. Wu Ma mix different type of rice and sell to Chin who only want sticky rice to cure Ricky. Pauline fake a molest and Chin save her. He drink her wine and get into a daze, have sex with her. Ricky stop moving and turning into vampire. He cut his nails and use Moon cosmetic to hide his face. Lam know Chin is with a ghost whole night and follow him next day to Pauline house. She get repel by the talisman scribble on his body. Lam gonna subdue her and she hypnotize Chin who see him as Billy. She escape and the truth is reveal. Lam wanna subdue Pauline and Chin is tie to a chair. Ricky turn into vampire. She brave danger and go inside to save Chin. He ask Lam to let her go. The original vampire rejuvenate and show up. Ricky is getting cure with real sticky rice. The vampire attack their house to find Moon. It is different because the vampire walk instead of jump and super tough. Anthony show up with his vampires but even they are no match. Finally they drop the oil lamp on it and burn to death.

Stuart K (de) wrote: Immediately after the release of Yojimbo (1961), Akira Kurosawa immediately began production on a sequel to the film, though Sanjuro didn't start life like that. Originally it was to have been a straight up adaptation of Sh?gor? Yamamoto's short story Peaceful Days, but after the success of Yojimbo, Kurosawa made the story fit around the antihero from Yojimbo, it makes for a sparse but well made film. A group of young Samurai warriors believe their Lord Chamberlain Mutsuta has gone back on his word against organised crime, a lone Samurai known as Sanjuro Tsubaki (Toshiro Mifune) has overheard their plight, and offers to help out, especially when the Samurai are attacked by the henchmen of the local Superintendent, who Sanjuro believes is the real villain. They soon find out that the Lord Chamberlain has been kidnapped, and the Lord Chamberlain's wife (Takako Irie) and daughter (Reiko Dan) have been taken prisoner inside the house. Sanjuro has a plan to get them free, but the Superintendent's henchmen try to stop the Samurai. It's a good film, not as good as Yojimbo, but there is a lot to admire within the film, like a particular method Sanjuro is to use to tell the Samurai whether to attack or not using petals from camellia flowers. But, you do get the vague impression that Kurosawa is sending himself up in this film, but he was moving forwards.

Maximillian M (jp) wrote: I often regard this movie as the second best comic book movie of all time, right behind The Dark Knight. And I now regard this movie as too far ahead of it's time, if it were released today I can easily see a 90% rating. This movie is better than anything Marvel has put out since Spider-Man 2.

Andrey B (au) wrote: At times funny, but too moralistic (everybody choses his own way in life), could have been much better.