The hard-boiled private eye, Werner, has to deal with a beautiful and deadly femme fatale, a brutal chief of police, and a gangster boss called "the Spaniard" as he fights against crime and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A police officer suspects that a local husband and father who has recently undergone facial surgery because of injuries received in a car accident is in reality the same man who committed a quadruple murder several years before.
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scott g (ag) wrote: a older women having marriage problems, while away visiting friends in europe falls for a much younger man, whos the son to friends shes with, trying to sort her marriage and seriously getting feelngs for the man as they draw closer, but then how she can ruin it all, and the moment passes very well acted drama, showing the situation well, the french countryside looks very nice and, the story flows well
Tom S (ru) wrote: Lust, Caution? is rarely great but it always good, and its questions about the role of actors and the impact of sex on our loyalty are thought-provoking.
Joeigh P (ca) wrote: this movie has a good potential sotry, but the movie its self is retarded. its slow as heck and takes forever to get to any good parts, which there were few of. i do not recommend this stuuupid film
Dustin G (fr) wrote: An early David Mamet flick that starts off kinda slow and typical and veers off in weird directions a couple times before its conclusion. The look and feel recall 90's police shows like NYPD Blue and Homicide: Life on the Streets. I have to say this though, as blasphemous as it may be to Mamet devotees, I didn't dig the dialogue. I know Mamet is known and praised for his way with the spoken word and maybe this picked up some more credible steam later on in his career, but here it just doesn't feel right. It feels like the characters are all talking like they've seen one too many old film noir's and they're impersonating the speech, badly. It just doesn't fit as a modern noir, and doesn't fit as a current story. I think it's the dialogue that gives the actors a stumble in their performances as well. Joe Mantegna is a good actor and he's just not doing his best stuff here. He's not very convincing at all at times actually. Ditto William H. Macy. Despite that, this is a still a watchable movie that sucks you in without you even realizing it. And even when it gets its weirdest, even feeling a little surrealistic once or twice, you're compelled to see it through. I can't actually explain why to tell you the truth. It's just one of those movies.
Daphne B (kr) wrote: saw half of it late at night, and it started getting pretty strannngge....didn't see the ending
Kristoffer S (au) wrote: I'd prefer this over any of the Nolan movies any day. This is by far the best Batman movie there is.
Evan M (br) wrote: Been a while since I've seen it but I remember it being a dull, sappy children's only movie. Juvenile and unmemorable. 2/5
Jason P (br) wrote: Pretty obvious. Lydie is a good actress, however, and the only good thing about this film.
Pablo M (de) wrote: I remember being quite excited about this as a child but watching it now, it has aged very badly. And Aiplane! certainly doesn't do it any favours...
Art S (de) wrote: Scenes from the life of a fabled Russian icon painter in the early 15th century as projected into mud, rain, fire, and even up into the air (in the opening sequence) by Andrei Tarkovsky. The short squalid lives of those living in this time seem authentically depicted and their horror and sadness undoubtedly influence the monk/artist (or this is what we are meant to believe). Rublev even gives up making art (and speaking) because it seems pointless in a world so tragic, but he has his faith (in art, not religion -- although the two are intertwined, presumably for both Andrei's) restored through witnessing the fantastic rendering of a huge silver bell, another piece of creative achievement. I saw a cut of about 180 minutes but longer versions do exist; they all assuredly include scenes of a Tartar/Mongol invasion, a pagan mayday-like nighttime ritual, an early balloon flight, a minstrel's shenanigans, and lots of trudging trudging trudging and querying querying querying. Tarkovsky is deeply serious but his focus on detail and the intensity of his scrutiny are transcendental indeed. It must have been a magnificent campaign to mount it. This may not be my favorite of his films but I give it 5 stars.
Aj V (de) wrote: This isn't the average gangster movie, but that doesn't mean it's a great movie either. It has good actors, but it could have been a lot better.
William R (es) wrote: A change of pass for Evans that works due to there fine chemistry
Ruben R (gb) wrote: This is THE movie to see for 2015