James Bond's mission is to find out who has been smuggling diamonds, which are not re-appearing. He adopts another identity in the form of Peter Franks. He joins up with Tiffany Case, and acts as if he is smuggling the diamonds, but everyone is hungry for these diamonds. He also has to avoid Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd, the dangerous couple who does not leave anyone in their way. Ernst Stavro Blofeld isn't out of the question. He may have changed his looks, but is he linked with the heist? And if he is, can Bond finally defeat his ultimate enemy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alexandria D (de) wrote: To my friends who "may" see this, I have but a few words for you: don't judge me :) . I enjoyed this movie. Revenge of the Bridesmaids is no glorious, magnificent, ground breaking flick...its just about having fun and enjoying the moment. It was funny enough and entertaining enough to keep me interested, and sometimes that's really all you need in a movie. Now, although I wouldn't call myself a Raven Symone fan, I find that I normally do like her projects and her characters. She can be a bit over the top, something that shows in just about every character she has ever taken on, but she gets the job done and so for now..its all good. This story is more like a coming of age deal that includes best friends, child-gloved revenge, puppy crushes, and a lot of pink with frills. Raven's character had enough personality for just about everyone else in the movie, but still she wasn't over bearing. Joanna's character was the perfect match for her co-star...and everyone else was decent. Sure the end was a bit bile inducing (such perfection wrapped up in a neat little bow) but you don't watch this type of movie without expecting such a conclusion. So, grab some girls, some pop corn, steam buns and make this part of movie night - you can't really go wrong.
Joshy F (es) wrote: Ip man 2 is great and it's about revenge
Gina V (ca) wrote: polu kalutero apo auto pou perimena!
Michael T (kr) wrote: Judd is the whole show in this slowly-paced drama.
Zachary C (ru) wrote: Loved this Movie, could get into a second one
Miro K (nl) wrote: Intense, well acted ensemble drama centered about police corruption.
Saul L (us) wrote: I mean, this is one of the, if not the best colombian film of that decade. But certainly difficult to discuss it here.
Blake P (it) wrote: Some people put so much time and effort into devising the person they'd like to be that there comes a point in which the line between the real them and their idealized self becomes innumerably blurred. Take "Mona Lisa's" resident odd couple, George (Bob Hoskins) and Simone (Cathy Tyson). George is a loud-mouthed, almost uncomfortably candid low-level gangster recently released from prison, meticulous in his surrounding himself in a savage, seen-it-all facade. Simone, a beguiling black prostitute, prides herself in the imperceptible shawl of bewitchment that dependably surrounds her. Neither, though, are much willing to reveal their vulnerabilities to the world. So perhaps they were made for one another - they match in their unwillingness to admit that they're emotionally fragile people in desperate need of a connection not underlined in someone else's shallow desires. Under normal circumstances would they never be brought together. But after George's diabolical former boss Denny Mortwell (Michael Caine) assigns George to act as the driver and bodyguard to Simone, their worlds come together, and, initially, clash. Akin to all cinematic couples that fight like a cat and a dog at first, though, the two eventually come to get to like one another, Simone's trust ultimately becoming so solidified that she tasks George with finding an old friend (Kate Hardie). And, being the bizarro "Farewell, My Lovely" that it is, "Mona Lisa" (1986) is a sardonic neo-noir as easily able to enrapture with its whodunit fixings and its surprisingly nifty cast chemistry and it is with its cinma-du-look reminiscent aesthetic. It's not all street glamour, though - thanks to Neil Jordan's co-writing and direction, we have a touching, eccentric romance to win us over, detours into violence and sex more a part of the brio than the humanistic core. It's as much a popcorn movie as it is a perceptive commentary regarding the lives of street dwellers - think of it as a slice-of-life with sprinklings of Dashiell Hammett. Most of its success rests on the stocky shoulders of Bob Hoskins, who, in his breakthrough role (he won every major acting award but was unexpectedly beat out by Paul Newman for the Academy Award) is so perfectly cast that his performance - that of a classic underdog- instantaneously becomes indelible. It's his Vincent Vega, his Travis Bickle; Hoskins takes a misunderstood, slightly inept outsider and makes him cuddly. Comparatively excellent are Tyson and Caine, the former a sphinx not to be trusted and the latter the sort of grimy villain that feels all too much a part of our reality to easily shake off. Along with their supporting players do they form a seedy world intriguing to visit - "Mona Lisa" is the sort of noir, that, like "The Big Sleep" (1946) or "Chinatown" (1974), magnetizes just as much as it repulses. We're bewitched by what it has to offer but are distinctly aware that presented is not a world we'd much like to live in. But nevertheless are all the false leads and killer dames and ruthless thugs compelling beings to be in the company of for a couple hours; this is modern, quaintly cynical noir to be cherished.
Annaleena H (ca) wrote: Excellent athmosphere. And Snoop Dogg is excellent in this film.
Christal B (nl) wrote: love this movie was shock to see clint eastwood and lee mavin singing
Carlos M (de) wrote: Make sure you watch the original CinemaScope widescreen version of this great Disney animation and be charmed by its stunning, vivid colors, sweet songs, adorable characters and that memorable spaghetti scene that conveys all the romance of the "lovely bella notte."
Abdel Z (kr) wrote: Great romantic comedy with perfect acting from the classic era of films.
F B (it) wrote: About as bad as it gets for an action film. To sum up in one word - Dreadful!!!Terrible acting, cheesy fights and awful script.
Gabby R (jp) wrote: one of my favorite Hepburn movies so far :)