An aging agent is called back by "the Company" to run a hostage trade of a Soviet spy for an American agent.
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Arun Prakash R (ag) wrote: A refreshing film from Tamil cinema!A sensitive matter for Indian/Tamil society such as impotency has been dealt intelligently and humorously. The story of Indian wedding and all the hullabaloo comes with it are treated hilariously. Though erectile dysfunction was the main plot, it gets forgotten when the film chooses to be an entertainer rather than address on the main plot. Worth a watch rom-com flick.
Dave J (ag) wrote: Thursday, October 31, 2013 (2006) Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon HORROR/ COMEDY Straight-to-rental and sometimes a nauseating watch which many parts seem to be improvised. Made similar to "The Blair Witch Project" but made into a parody with document crew following a wannabe serial killer, Leslie Vernon(Nathan Baesel). Taylor Gentry (Angela Goethals) is the interviewer interviewing Leslie about this pre-planned murder spree that is going to take place in which Leslie was initially thought to be dead but is very much alive. At first, he showcases some of the tricks of the trade into selecting his victims and how he's gong to kill them but it's like police are non-existent throughout if the central characters really cared about what was expected to take place. Robert Englund also stars as the doctor who's going after Leslie. To me there's a lot of pointless babbling using words that don't even exist but do exist in the world of Leslie Vernon. 1 star out of 4
Chiek E (kr) wrote: Best part, like first film, is the fight scene between Colin and Hugh! Bravdo like charity should be done in secret like Colin did in getting Renee out of prison.
Mikko T (jp) wrote: Very beautiful modernday faery tale, which is spanish and filmed partially in Rovaniemi, Finland. Rare gem!
George B (gb) wrote: I didn't really care as much for this, all the elegance from the first movie is gone.. The effects are terrible, especially the scene with the house in the flood. I did very much enjoy that the film takes place in New Orleans,though.
Nick O (ca) wrote: Innocence is lost in "Exotica", the same way the high-art strip club it's named after keeps its eyes wide shut in pretending it's a galleria that sells amusement and not sex. You never know who's watching. Atom Egoyan's 1994 film has the slow-baked camerawork and dovetail storytelling to imitate the likes of Tarantino, Solondz or P.T. Anderson, except it foreshadows the major watermarks of all those filmmakers. "Exotica" should be respected for its originality. It works operating on the level of seedy mystery, strange and intoxicating images that suck you in with their weirdness. I'd say the distractedly late-'80s, early-'90s character style of the thing dates it some, but really its off-color look only adds to the mosaic nature of Egoyan's kaleidoscopic wet dream. "Exotica" is exotic, no doubt about it, and it's also exciting. A mystical masterpiece, it damn near knocked me out. As it should.
Andrew T (de) wrote: As introduced: a sci-fi with all the best elements - lots of nudity and extreme gore. The sci-fi is surprisingly hard for a cheap Alien ripoff, and it's got a cool monster. The acting's pretty pants, but the amazing synth score and T&A overwhelm that shortcoming. Don't watch if you're prone to seizures.
Michael T (ag) wrote: Often charming look at Japanese family life in the late 1950s.
Tyler S (it) wrote: "If we bring a little joy into your humdrum lives, it makes us feel as though our hard work ain't been in vain for nothin'. Bless you all."