Deadly Virtues: Love.Honour.Obey.
A stranger breaks into the house of a couple, ties up the husband and, having a whole weekend at his hand, plays a slow game with the woman, a game of threats, fear, obedience - and intimacy.
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Lisa B (es) wrote: She's not written an original script, many of the jokes are from the past tv series'. Such a shame. Some funny stuff though. the unoriginality ruined it for me.
Douglas L (nl) wrote: Sigh...this film is merely a character study of a man with nothing to do in life. While he gallivants around New York detached from real life we just sit and observe how tedious and boring the little moments in life can be. This film fills in those moments with our lead Swanson (Tim Heidecker) doing very peculiar things which may seem to be funny to some but completely ridiculous and stupid to most. The title The Comedy is ironic because while the film itself contains moments that might make you laugh, it really is pointing, (if anything, if this film can be considered this deep) to the unfortunate cover up or excuse for our degrading POV of our lives and our rising detachment from one another. It calls itself The Comedy as a way of masking the true reality of this, just as one might make jokes to lighten the blow of something horrifically depressing.
Jeff D (us) wrote: Wow.... this was really bad. Needed my own red vino to get through it.
Dawn K (nl) wrote: ZERO STARS. HORRIBLE MOVIE. No wonder it got 0% of critics liking it. Bleh.
Dann M (au) wrote: Emma Roberts is Nancy Drew in this campy, lighthearted comedy. When her father takes her to California on a work trip, super-sleuth Nancy Drew uses the opportunity to investigate the case of a Hollywood starlet that died mysteriously. Roberts is brilliantly cast and gives a wonderful performance that's irresistibly charming. And, the way the film integrates an old-fashion mystery into a modern setting is especially well-done. Nancy Drew is a delightful and enchanting film that's good wholesome fun.
Jeni B (de) wrote: It's Jane Austen, she's my favorite Author, so this should be interesting to see...and McAvoy? 'Nuff said.
SarahJessica T (us) wrote: One of my favorite Disney movies. Great fun with the perfect amounts of modern flair to keep movie-goers related to the scenes.
Annelies S (jp) wrote: This is one of those small independent movies, written en directed by one man Ed Solomon and straight from the heart. As one of the cast members mentioned:"We are so used to watch people being killed on screen by the dozen. This movie shows the impact of the killing of only one person on his murderer. As often is a fact in real life.". This movie is very well done and is certainly worth watching, even more than one time.
Jeff B (au) wrote: Very funny and entertaining documentary following Woody Allen and his band on their European tour. It's fun to watch Woody and see what his real life is like. He's so funny even when he's not writing. I loved the scene with him and Soon Yi on the gondola. The music is pretty good too.
David L (br) wrote: Seems harsh to slate this, given that it was released almost 35 years ago, but it certainly proves how much film has improved over the years. The picture quality was so poor in the first few scenes, that i didn't think i would last the duration. The special effects were obviously non-existent, and it was difficult to feel gripped by anything the film had to offer. I was almost willing the end of the film along, and by the time it reached any form of peak, the film was over. Having not seen the run time of this film, i thought i was going to have to endure an epic, seeing as the first notable encounter with the beast was well over an hour in. However, although somewhat disappointed about this sudden, and inconclusive ending, i'm not sure i could have coped with the lack of entertainment much longer. It felt more like the first episode of a 2-part drama, more than a horror flick, as so many questions were left unanswered. I'm sure it may have been a tad scary back in the day, but unlike many other movies of this era, it will not be remembered as a golden oldie in my eyes.
Rohan G (nl) wrote: The dukes first cop film.....
Rick R (gb) wrote: Viva Maria (1965)We've been told that famous French sex kitten Brigitte Bardot never made a film in America. However, that's really untrue. She made Viva Maria on location in Mexico and that's in America. This French made western comedy was directed by Louis Malle.It's hard to believe that this was considered very racy and actually was one of the movies instrumental in starting the whole MPAA rating code for movies. It's hardly worth a PG-13 now. Although this movie was very popular around the world, (European Westerns were very popular at the time) but it wasn't so popular here in the States, and was even banned in some towns probably more for being anti-church and capitalist than anything sexual.Maria I (Bardot) is a young girl in Ireland and Britain who helped her father make and explode bombs on the british. They later moved to Central America and slowly moved up to Mexico before soldiers killed her father. Maria walks into a circus and meets Maria II (Jeanne Moreau) who is a singer and dancer in the circus. The two of them team up and become an act.Maria I accidentally tears some of her clothes and becomes the inventor of the strip tease. Maria II meets a young revolutionary, Flores (George Hamilton) who gets her involved in the Mexican revolution. Maria I is quick to help out. Together they incite the poor to fight a local dictator.
Joshua G (br) wrote: A fascinating, yet difficult watch. Beautifully written and wonderfully performed.
Mike M (ag) wrote: Remains an essentially innocent work - there are banana skin pratfalls, Kapoor douses both himself and his employees with a fire extinguisher at one point, and the lovers play out a marital ballet under an umbrella on a rainy Bombay night - but the finale is quite awesomely calculating: even Chaplin at his most plaintive and teary-eyed might have balked at turning his Tramp into a martyr to the follies of ruthless capitalism, as the star threatens to do here.
Wes S (au) wrote: The Asylum tends to keep away from super hero mockbusters- perhaps that's a good thing. Somehow, this one is more slow, dull, and dumb than their usually release. The characters are generic and boring, with no surprises or interesting action. Why is Casper Van Dein here, who can tell.
Jacob B (au) wrote: F+If the lines, choppy editing, terrible acting fit for a 'MST3K' commentary and bad CGI effects make you want to roll your eyes and toss this movie in the trash, you're not alone. I give this movie a thumbs up for trying to compare to the game and the first 'Mortal Kombat' which was actually praise-worthy for its effects, characters and martial-arts. But 'Annihilation' is a pass. Also the violence is unbearably sanitized making me wonder what an R-rated 'Mortal Kombat' would have been like.
Gisela P (ca) wrote: I enjoyed this movie a lot. It was really good.