Beyond the Rocks

Beyond the Rocks

A young woman marries an older millionaire and then falls in love with a handsome nobleman on her honeymoon.

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Alan D (es) wrote: Funny film at first, but the last five minutes of the film were taken too far and stopped being funny.

Patricia W (ru) wrote: Great end of world movie

Craig F (kr) wrote: I'd be lying if I said it didn't take some thought, but the cohesive story the Coen brothers have crafted here is quite a good one.

Chris O (br) wrote: It took me two times to actually will myself to finish watching this movie. It's bad. (How bad IS it?) Well, it's SO bad... that I think at one point I'd popped four of my toes out of joint just so that I could spend the rest of the time focusing on the pain of putting them back into place. That's a slight exaggeration, sure, but come to think of it... it wouldn't have been a terrible idea. This movie is honestly straight out of the early eighties... and I'm not talking about the classic John Hughes comedies that we all know and love. I'm saying that I was surprised the star of Pucked was the ever-versatile Jon Bon Jovi (sarcasm much?) and not the decomposed corpse of Rodney Dangerfield (who honestly could have acted circles around Bon Jovi, and maybe even won a laugh or two). National Lampoon has made some sour films in the past, but this one makes me embarrassed to call myself both a hockey player and a filmmaker.

Chris C (nl) wrote: Bruce Campbell can make any B-movie enjoyable.

Jefferson M (ca) wrote: so authentic. a must see flick.

Aaron S (kr) wrote: Well-shot with a lot of great ideas and surreal manifestations that you'd expect from the Flaming Lips. (David Lynch's Eraserhead and Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man would be it's closest relatives.) Also as Ronnie mentioned, it has a real ramshackle charm to it that makes the proceedings go down easier. But sadly, it drags for most of it's running time and some of the performances are overly amateurish. Still worth a look though, if nothing else for the wonderful black and white photography (with orgasmic bursts of color, of course) and the truly eerie soundtrack.

Anna B (ag) wrote: First of all, I was expecting this to be in Danish, so the Scottish accents were a little jarring. Luckily it's a good film so it didn't matter anyway. Very sad, and with a successfully strange atmosphere and an amazing performance from Rawlins. The wonderful Shirley Henderson also helps.

Michael G (au) wrote: Taught me how to get a split

Dia T (au) wrote: Romantic comedy?!? What was romantic and what was funny about this?

Tasos L (it) wrote: This sequel is a little bit inferior to its predecessor but it's watchable enough..

Jim P (gb) wrote: Orson Wells reminds us why he is the great master of film. A compelling pseudo-documentary which invented modern editing styles, which will make you forget that it rambles with barley any sense of direction.

Aldo P (ag) wrote: Aun y cuando no cuenta con una historia tan fresca u original, es su desarrollo lo que la hace genial, con una direccion muy interesante de Scorsese y poderosas actuaciones Boxcar Bertha logra entretener a la audiencia y pasar un buen rato.

August M (us) wrote: With A Woman Is A Woman, Godard takes his debut film, Breathless, and basically subverts the entire thing. Godard has created a meta film experience that calls out all the ways in which film manipulates but he does so with a giddy sense of a fun. The story is rather innocuous, as the main draw here is really Godard. With A Woman Is A Woman, Godard made the ultimate twee, fanciful movie that would be imitated time and time again. Those other films, however, don't have Jean-Luc Godard at the helm.

Paul D (jp) wrote: A little poor by in terms of the nemes of actors and crew. The All American hero doesn't really cut it in a different continent, nor does it work opposite the gentile European, it doesn't attract well.

Patrick L (mx) wrote: "That's right folks, getting mauled by the bear from "The Revenant" would be more comfortable than sitting through Fifty Shades of Black"DVD Movie Review: Fifty Shades of BlackDate Viewed: April 20 2016Directed By Michael Tiddes (A Haunted House and A Haunted House 2)Written By Marlon Wayans and Rick AlvarezStarring: Marlon Wayans, Kali Hawk, Jane Seymour, Fred Willard, Affion Crockett, Mike Epps, Florence Henderson, Mircea Monroe, Kate Miner, King Bach and Dave Sheridan.Which of these three options suits you better? Getting mauled by the bear from "The Revenant"? Going out on a date with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz? or sitting through "Fifty Shades of Black"?. I say getting mauled by the bear because this crass parody of "Fifty Shades of Grey" is nearly unwatchable. Despite having vulgar gags involving semen, long hammers and big balls, the MPAA still gave this movie an R rating. "Fifty Shades of Black" should've gotten an X or NC-17 rating because if the entire continent of Europe were forced sit through 90 minutes of agonizing torture, they will probably prosecute the filmmakers for psychological abuse against moviegoing audiences. Who is responsible for this dreadfully unfunny spoof? You guessed it, it's Marlon Wayans, possibly one of civilizations most unfunny comics working today. Wayans along with his co-conspirators, co-writer Rick Alvarez and director Michael Tiddes have created a monstrous cyclone filled with disgusting humor and awful comedic performances.Marlon, don't you have better projects in mind instead of making more terrible spoof movies? Didn't he realize this genre died while he made the first "Scary Movie"? To refresh your memory, that movie also had writing credits for Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer who would go on to inflict "Date Movie", "Epic Movie", "Meet the Spartans", "Disaster Movie" and "Vampires Suck" on intelligent moviegoers. Now Marlon Wayans has gone off to make terrible spoofs on his own without their help. He made the two "Haunted House" movies, which weren't any better and "Fifty Shades of Black" is just as bad. To nobody's surprise, it wasn't screened for critics on it's opening day because Marlon Wayans always gives the finger to them for hating his movies."Fifty Shades of Black" tells the exact same story as "Fifty Shades of Grey" but with African-Americans in the cast, we follow college student, Hannah Steale (Kali Hawk) who goes for a job interview with wealthy businessman Christian Black (Wayans). He didn't make his money the old fashion way, he made his money through drug dealing and a stint as a male stripper (obviously riffing "Magic Mike"). Just when things couldn't get any worse, we meet Christian's brother, Eli Black (Affion Crockett, another Wayans collaborator) who has a "Weeknd-style" haircut and a long hammer that can reach the floor, Jane Seymour as Christian's racist adoptive mother who teases Hannah with a taser gun saying "I'm standing my ground! I'm standing my ground!" and with Christian replying "Black Lives Matter", and in a flashback sequence we meet Florence Henderson doing riffs on "The Graduate" and "Whiplash" as we see her teach some rhythm lessons with Wayans. She later says, "I thought you black guys were all rhythm and have big Ds". WOW! WOW! WOW! What a comedy this is!Of course, we get to the S&M scenes and they range from irritating to unfunny to annoying to "Get me out of this movie!". In the midst of all this, I ashamed to admit that I laughed once during the whole movie. The joke that I laughed at was when Wayans was reading the actual "Fifty Shades of Grey" book as a weapon to torture Hannah, he exclaims, "who reads this anyway, it's terrible!". "Fifty Shades of Black" is well... How can I say this? All of the above.Brutally unfunny, terribly unfunny, dreadfully unfunny, not funny at all, beyond stupid, it's just plain awful.Maybe it's finally time for Marlon Wayans to switch to Netflix because theatrical spoofs just aren't funny anymore. It was all funny when "Airplane!" and "The Naked Gun" came to town but now this genre is pretty much dead. I still think "Dirty Grandpa" is the most horrific comedy of the year but don't worry "Fifty Shades of Black", you'll still show up on my worst of the year list at the end of December.