Big Joys, Small Sorrows

Big Joys, Small Sorrows

A lighthouse keeper and his family follow work from town to town, each time making new friends and receiving a visit from his troublesome father.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1986
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
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End U (ru) wrote: This movie is terrible. The fast flickering of the camera ruined it for me.

Calvin R (fr) wrote: Horrible just plain horrible!

Larry C (it) wrote: Profanity. bad guy. I did not like it.

Beau H (mx) wrote: This movie could have been funny... But it's not! The concept of a pact leaves alot of potentially funny situations that this movie fails to capture. Chris Soldevillas attempts at acting come off as forced and every scene he's in is awkward. The only semi bright spot is Haley Duff but she is not seen enough to even pull this movie into mediocrity as everything from poor editing to horrible filming locations i.e. ( dorm looks like the 2nd floor of a Suburban home) The Wedding Pact is painfully obvious a low budget flix that I would only recomend if your a huge fan of Haley Duff

Francis M (ag) wrote: Fun for those making it, painfully for those watching it.

William R (kr) wrote: The best out of the series. Jessica Alba's performance was flawless.

Steal M (it) wrote: thiS movie is the best!!!!!uN Lng!!!!!!

Andrew L (fr) wrote: I watch this every year or so, it is my favorite movie and the sequels to which are also amazing. This movie is a feel good movie and each time I watch it, it tells me a different story. This movie will undoubtedly be an all time classic.

James H (ru) wrote: Charming film, great cast and well produced. It has a nice feel for the times, good score. Lauren Bacall is particularly good, and Anthony Edwards is well cast. Enjoyable and quite watchable.

ZACHO D (nl) wrote: Really good, but really depressing and shocking.

Paul E (us) wrote: Beautifully eerie at times, with echoes of Lovecraft - think Dagon / Shadow Over Innsmouth / Call of Cthulhu. Highly atmospheric, Dark Waters is flawed (the story is muddled) but is still perfect midnight viewing. The blind nuns and painter remind me of something out of a Lucio Fulci flick, the visuals are as arresting as anything Argento has done. This won't be for everyone - the pace will put a lot of people off - but stick with it, and lose yourself in the grim, gothic atmosphere.

Kevin R (jp) wrote: This is cannibalism A serial killer is on the loose and a local physician, Doctor Xavier, believes he can solve the mystery but he doesn't want his efforts getting out to the public. A local news reporter discovers the physician's involvement in the case and sneaks around his house trying to uncover clues. Will the killer take out the reporter and doctor before they can stop him? "I want to show you a new type of brain cell." Michael Curtiz, director of White Christmas, Casablanca, Mildred Pierce, The Adventures of Robin Hood, We're No Angels, The Vagabond King, and Yankee Doodle Dandee, delivers Doctor X. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and contains an element of who done it, comedy, and horror all mixed together. The script is fairly clever and the acting is very good. The cast includes Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Lee Tracy, and George Rosener. "What do you think about the incision at the base of the brain?" Doctor X is a movie I DVR'd off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) during a Lionel Atwill marathon. It seemed like a great movie for this holiday season and it lived up to my expectations. The make up at the end was awesome and the use of the cadavers was a fresh and innovative manner for a villain. I strongly recommend catching this movie at least once. "Synthetic flesh!" Grade: B

Chantal S (it) wrote: I love a good paradox!

Dustin C (kr) wrote: By far the best one out of all the series!

Aaron M (us) wrote: Brilliantly acted, strong narrative, and lovable characters. The Normal Heart shows the horrors of the 1980's AIDS/HIV epidemic, the heartbreak of losing who you love, and the anger of feeling unheard. Julia Roberts, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons, and Taylor Kitsch all star in this beautiful and memorable film.