On a late night visit to an ATM, three co-workers end up in a desperate fight for their lives when they become trapped by an unknown man.
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Bikrant D (ca) wrote: This movie is based on a defined clandestine operation by the Indian military force and RAW intelligence agency against LTTE. This movie very much well directed that it could become one of the best movie in 2013. It's really worthwhile to watch. Must see.
Ahmed A (mx) wrote: An easy amazing way to pass through the Arabian woman culture and how she thinks and care about herself and in the same time how she deals with the Arabian man culture. The film is very good at all.
Thomas B (es) wrote: The dance sequences are occasionally great but the storyline is entirely too predictable and the characters barely even land. Full review later.
Mahesh M (ru) wrote: wow. what a complete turnaround from the prior art house film, "Henry Fool". This one had it all, action, espionage, and a hearty serving of Jeff Goldblum. it also really put Fool's actions into the first film into context. this, and it was shot in HD.
Erin C (mx) wrote: Going against the grain with the majority reviews here. I never saw any previews or hype associated with this film, just picked it up one day on a whim and was pleasantly surprised. No, the plot wasn't brilliant.. the overall production wasn't superb. But, I believed in the chemistry between Neve and Matthew. The movie was cute and charming.
Heidi H (ag) wrote: Christ, I got freightend, claustrofobic...Considering the movie is from 1990, it is actual a pretty good movie
DeadHead m (kr) wrote: people were just obsessed with Frat's and sororitie's in the 80's...
Emily W (au) wrote: The Jarrett family is well-realized and Redford's direction is solid, but the script is overlong and its side characters are more like caricatures.
Morris N (it) wrote: Newman and Woodward are reason enough to watch this film, but the acting is top flight throughout.
Jerrod M (au) wrote: Well written with incredible cinematography. The final scene was intense with dialogue that was so real and genuine and raw. I loved the open ending.
Jim H (jp) wrote: The daughter of a brilliant mathematician must convince her new beau and her domineering sister that she wrote an important mathematical document.We don't care about the proof, the film's main source of conflict; director John Madden knows few in the audience are smart enough to care about theoretical math and physics. So what's left? Proof has to compel us with the interpersonal drama Catherine's relationship with her dead father and her sister and boyfriend who grow to doubt her sanity. But from very early on, we know there's no reason to doubt Catherine, so we're left waiting for the film to catch up to the audience, and thus the film loses its reason to compel us to care about these characters. Gwyneth Paltrow, who conjures her Sylvia character in her depressive moments, occasionally gives us reason to pay attention to Catherine's struggles, but especially when she raises her voice, Catherine, in Paltrow's hands, comes off as annoyingly disinterested and unengaged with manic bouts of petulance. It's hard to like Paltrow, and it's even harder to be interested in Catherine. Overall, I found Proof to be structurally flawed, and the film's star certainly didn't shine.
John N (au) wrote: If you're in the right mood this is an amusing romantic comedy with some slick humour and lovely set pieces (e.g. The selling of a funeral plot to the hypochondriac Rock Hudson)
Rory Fyfe S (de) wrote: Classic movie, with great songs.