Three weeks after Claire's husband mysteriously disappeared, the police end their investigation, leaving a trail of puzzling secrets that shatter her certainty. Claire refuses to accept the likely death of her husband and sets out to find out the truth. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Leslie T (au) wrote: Soulful portrayal of PTSD by Michael D. Cohen.
Paul L (de) wrote: was okay. if it went further it coulda been better, but it stayed pretty safe and tame.
Average M (jp) wrote: A pretty stupid sex comedy. That being said it's still pretty funny and worth a look if you're bored one day.~ Average Movie Guy
Jeff B (nl) wrote: The concept sounded intriguing, but this was a bit too weird and the directing lame.
Mario J (au) wrote: Una pelcula aburrida sin nada interesante que ofrecer.
Hael M (us) wrote: Beautiful, haunting and very sad
Fernando N (es) wrote: "It's hip to be square"
Millicent C (ca) wrote: Ah, Jon Bon Jovi. What a stunner and, oh, that voice. He makes me believe in romance all over again.But I'm really not that hot on this movie. It had some good bits - the dream-world, memory sequences of their little girl were very well done. The poetry, though, seemed overwrought, and made the film feel disjointed, a commercial film suddenly thrust into the vestiges of arthouse and grappling with its identity. Demi Moore, in comparison to JBJ's subtlety, almost drowned him out.As a huge JBJ fan though, I'm still going to give it 4 stars, just cos he's in it. Besides, in consideration of the fact it is his first time performance in a leading role, he fares pretty well.
Victoria G (br) wrote: Punk Rock junkie love story, What more could a child of the 80's want from a film. Ahh.. it takes me back.
Anthony M (ru) wrote: REMINDS OF MY YEARS AT CATHOLIC SCHOOL,BETWEEN THE AGE 16-18.DURING THAT TIME,I HAD A FRIEND LIKE ROONEY,CEASER,AND I SAW MY SELF IN DUNN.A GREAT FILM FOR ANY ONE WHO WAS AT CATHOLIC SCHOOL.YOULL LAUGH
Simon D (us) wrote: Pretty good film. Cool story and it doesn't get boring, unlike most comedy romances.
Steve M (nl) wrote: The Ape Man (aka "Lock Your Doors") Starring: Bela Lugosi, Wallace Ford, Minerva Urecal, Louise Currie, and Henry Hall Director: William Beaudine Dr. Brewster (Lugosi) decides to prove his evolutionary theory of by using a serum to turn himself into a "missing link." He soon regrets his state and goes about developing a cure. Unfortunately, his cure requires lots of fresh spinal fluid, so he takes to prowling the streets with his pet gorilla looking for people to kill. "The Ape Man" is an embarrasing affair all around. From the guy in the cheap gorilla suit; to Lugosi's "ape man" costume; to the lame reporter trio of comic relief characters; to the tepid climax of the unfocused, messy script, just about everything here should stand as an embarrassment to all those involved in created it. I'm sure everyone could hold their heads high while cashing their paychecks, but I hope they slinked by any theater screening this disaster back in the day. It must have been clear during filming what an awful film this would be; whether viewed as a horror film, or a horror fim spoof (and I think they were trying to make the latter) this is a movie that just doesn't work. In fairness, the actors, by the way, do a passable job, given what they're working with... but even if they'd given Oscar-worthy performances, "The Ape Man" would still be a steaming pile of primate droppings. Running just under 70 minutes, "The Ape Man" is okay for the first 10-15 of them, but then it takes a sharp nose-dive into The Suck. It remains watchable, but only if you're interested in seeing if it can get any worse (and in seeing an actor in a terribly gorilla suit make a monkey out of himself).
Louise D (de) wrote: The strangest film I have ever seen. A fantastical Biblical parable. A time capsule of 1930s values and transgressions, fears and ideals. A world where one's accent is apparently unrelated to one's nationality or background. Quasi-communism, racism, sexism and avalanches. Weird, weird, weird.
Corina H (gb) wrote: ??? everything a good film should be