Chronic gambler and carouser "Little" Joe Jackson is shot by Domino Johnson at Jim Henry's gambling club over an outstanding gambling debt. Little Joe's wife, the God-fearing Petunia Jackson, prays not only for her husband's mortal life, but also his eternal soul as she's afraid that if he dies now, he, despite not being an evil man, won't make it into heaven. As Little Joe is close to death, he is visited by agents of both the Lord and of Lucifer. They make a deal with him: they will give him six months to atone for the errors of his human life. Once back on Earth, he won't remember the deal but both the Lord and Lucifer will be watching over him, trying to get him to see things their way. As both sides try to get Little Joe's soul, they figure that some of the most powerful tools they have at their disposal are the women in Little Joe's life: Petunia on behalf of the Lord, and Georgia Brown, a gold-digging floozy, on behalf of Lucifer.
Brian C (de) wrote: Haunting of the Innocent starts out interesting but falls into a rambling uninvolved mess. None of the characters are really likable, so it is hard to really care for them and their inevitable outcome. Acting is really good however.
Derek J (it) wrote: huang yi breakthroughs again, this time as revolutionist, feminist, writer qiu jin. yau totally captures the raw power and emotion of revolution. martial arts champion dennis to continues showing range. and rose chan.. wow >;p~~
Samra M (kr) wrote: Strong indie flick! Disturbing and explicit!! What stands out most for me post the movie is the fact that Kalki is a very strong actor!! Watch it - it is quality and intelligent Bollywood...
First L (nl) wrote: [font='Times New Roman']Offset by the fact that no one in the cast was familiar, I trudged along hoping to see where things were going. It became a true insight into the Russian underworld. It reflected what I might expect as the government response to a citizen following a nuclear incident. The government never loses. The citizen may hold a family and be innocent of wrongdoing. Doomed, the ?citizen? seeks redress of sorts. The story whirls to a predictable climax. And I thoroughly enjoyed the progress until the end.[/font]
Rohan D (gb) wrote: A nice touching drama of a young girl.You'll enjoy this if you;re a drama lover.Probably the best film of Kristen Stewart too.
Stephanie H (ru) wrote: aww gabriel is so cute and pretty and adorable him and mark are so cute together aww when they fought that was so sad and mark left him mad and then gabriel caught up with him lol awkward moments when theyre on the subway car and gabe is checking him out and mark notices soo cute when gabe holds mark's hand and when they finally kiss so romantic
Cole W (br) wrote: Though I don't think it's a masterpiece, I can understand why it won so many awards because this is a very well-made and moving movie with an effective and believable romance and depicts the sinking of the Titanic in a pretty realistic and emotional way and delivers a couple tear jerking scenes (Call me a pansy if you want, I'm not ashamed). Not James Cameron's best, but a pretty big accomplishment.
Quiche E (ru) wrote: Triste, tendre, grinant et finalement un peu de repit quand ca se termine...
Oliver M (nl) wrote: suprisied, disturbing and realistic
Mithun G (ca) wrote: Fuck me. I might turn vegetarian after this.
Andrew A (de) wrote: Interesting film--powerful examination of unhappiness and the pursuit of happiness. But it's really the train station scene between Virginia Woolf and Leonard Woolf that sends a message and may, in some cases, hit close to home for people.
Arthur R (fr) wrote: Im upping the rating of the fourth film to passable, only because there are a few sporadic lines aimed at adults, so while it remains bland, there are brief moments of respite. Resonant Line: "Alvin: Don't you judge me, Jon Waters, I've seen Pink flamingos"