Tessa opens her luxurious clinic with a big party. She is smart, beautiful, savvy, and happily married with an intelligent adolescent son. But appearances are deceptive. In reality, her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tessa opens her luxurious clinic with a big party. She is smart, beautiful, savvy, and happily married with an intelligent adolescent son. But appearances are deceptive. In reality, her ...
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Keenan S (ag) wrote: Wages Of Sin is a campy horror film with religious themes thrown in. Even though this film is undeniably cheesy, I had a lot of fun watching it since I enjoyed the humor, the acting is corny in a good way, the story was intriguing, I liked the music, and I was rarely ever bored as I watched it unfold. It's low budget nonsense, but it's fun low budget nonsense if you're in the right mood for a campy horror film.
Adam B (gb) wrote: I hadn't see this one for about 7 or 8 years. Unfortunately the film isn't as good as I remembered it. Dorff is lame as is 'Jenny from the block' Lopez. The convoluted and unbelievable stroyline has Nicholson and Caine steal a necklace from a rich couple's Miami mansion, Nicholson's wife takes off with the necklace in her luggage. The rest of the film is about getting this necklace back. Nicholson does admirably, but his character could have done with a bit more 'Jack' to the role (Nicholson fans will understand what I mean by this). There was no passion or excitement to his role - he just seemed happy to plod along with the 'action'. Caine adds class to the film, making Victor a much more believable three dimensional character. Caine was unlucky to not get an Oscar nod for this part. In summing up then, its a pretty average crime film with unlikeable characters - but great actors. No more, no less.
Tasha B (de) wrote: its good but the first is the best
Tibor B (ag) wrote: Mika Kaurismaki's film appears to share many of the traits of his brother Aki's great films. Zombie is a directionless drifter whose only skill is bass guitar and who only lives for alcohol and his girl, Marjo. What starts off as a bit of a deadpan loser comedy, gradually darkens in tone to become a rather moving portrait of a alcoholism and despair. Clearly, its not as peculiarly uplifting as much of younger brother Aki's films, but Mikas film has perhaps a more lively energy, even when the tone is dark.
Mike B (kr) wrote: A gibbering, shrieking, drooling mess of a film. Probably better than an enema.
Mat K (fr) wrote: A weird, weird movie about Santa Claus and a demon. Despite all it's flaws, this movie could have been saved by adding one thing. A plot.
Jennifer C (it) wrote: Janet wasn't Janet. :-/
Chayc (nl) wrote: Starts strong, but strains credibility pretty early on and it wasn't good enough to offset that. The voice that Mos Def uses is also pretty annoying throughout.
Ryan H (kr) wrote: Four Brothers is well written and fantastically acted, but uneven pacing and sub-par directing hold it back from its full potential. Despite some wasted potential, the main cast has very strong chemistry together, making you believe they're brothers. The violence is surprisingly realistic, and the action is fun and intense. Ultimately, this is a mostly well-made film that tried to do too many things at once.
Cliff M (ru) wrote: Eastwood vs Malcovich is how this should have been advertised. Catch me if you can kind of feel to the movie. The fact that Eastwood was the right age to have been a bodyguard for JFK makes this even more dramatic.