Desmond Caine suffers from insomnia and spends his nights walking the streets. One night, he witnesses a murder, generating a strange chain of events in his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An insomniac (Stephen Baldwin) who walks the streets at night witnesses a murder which triggers a strange chain of events.
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Mike B (fr) wrote: It was a film that actually had a lot of potential. It had an interesting set-up, and curiosity dragged me in. However, in this case, curiosity killed the film, as I started to hope for a really intricate ending, but instead was confronted by a rather weak story, and a very pathetic ending. Ultimately, a waste of time, and I'm glad that it was covered by Netflix, rather than me buying the film...
Brian C (fr) wrote: Great look at the dificult path to becoming a master sommelier.
Ric S (gb) wrote: If you are 3-6 years old, this movie may be somewhat believable. Some of the camera angles are interesting and the cinematography is very nice. OK, If you want the straight dope on this movie, here it is....they could have named it Dumb, dumber and extremely dumb. Wanna waste an hour and a half- take a nap instead.
Eduardo D (de) wrote: What a fun-filled little film with a great message! A plausible directorial debut by Nancy Kissam, who also wrote the screenplay. Jill Marie Jones stands out with her folkloric, laugh-out-loud performance.
Lisa M (de) wrote: The worst of all B movies on Netflixs.
Leon A (es) wrote: Such an underrated film!
Jon M (br) wrote: Well it was ok I guess. Salma did a decent job and Olmos was good like always. Ugh I'm glad they killed Mark Anthony when they did because I couldn't suffer another minute with him onscreen "acting". The story seemed rushed and there was all of about 0 character development, but it told the story I think it set out to. Either way it was a completely average movie that you should only check out if you're interested in some fictionalized events that led up to Dominican Dictator Rafael Trujillo's assassination. 52/100
Bianca B (es) wrote: For some reason I don't understand, I liked this movie.
Therese M (us) wrote: I love this movie! I saw when I was a little girl and yesterday I saw it togheter with my two sons. I remember that I fell in love with Jum-Jum (Christian Bale) as a girl and I dreamed that he would come and take me away on the horse Miramis... girl dreams... :-D The book is amazing and so is the movie! And I love the fact that its swedish, thats the best part! *G*
Jakki J (br) wrote: Caught this on TV recently and found it to be overall mediocre, but enjoyable in spots. Kim Novak is breathtaking and Rosalind Russel is a hoot, as usual. Plot had holes and William Holden seemed a bit too old for the role. I think Paul Newman would have been a much better choice. I wasn't really crazy about the ending, but it was certainly realistic and one could easily predict what most likely came of the leads. Still, an intriguing slice of Americana, with similar appeal as State Fair.
Keegan M (au) wrote: I was pretty underwhelmed by this movie. I think I had seen The Lady Vanishes a few nights before, which really raised my expectations for this because I thought that was wonderful. Knowing (basically) precisely what had happened about 10 minutes into the movie was not something that worked for me, because, for me, part of the beauty of a Hitchcock suspense movie is watching the mystery unravel, which never really happened here. I was somewhat unengaged in the movie. That said Karl Malden, Anne Baxter, and Monty Clift were all delights to watch. I didn't really like O.E. Hasse as much though.
Steve B (es) wrote: Grant + Hepburn = Electricity!