When the daughter of a psychiatrist is kidnapped, he's horrified to discover that the abductors' demand is that he break through to a post traumatic stress disorder suffering young woman who knows a secret... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Don't Say a Word
When the daughter of a psychiatrist is kidnapped, he's horrified to discover that the abductors' demand is that he break through to a post traumatic stress disorder suffering young woman who knows a secret..
- Stars:Tom Cruise, Penélope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Kurt Russell, Jason Lee, Noah Taylor, Timothy Spall, Tilda Swinton, Michael Shannon, Michael Douglas, Sean Bean, Brittany Murphy, Skye McCole Bartusiak, Guy Torry, Jennifer Esposito, Shawn Doyle, Victor Argo, Conrad Goode, Paul Schulze, Lance Reddick, Famke Janssen, Oliver Platt, Aidan Devine, Alex Campbell,
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Eric S (es) wrote: Very powerful performances by the two leads and some very gorgeous cinematography.
Michael L (us) wrote: Godard's best film in over a decade. The first 3rd is a totally staggering comment on modern day Europe and consumer society. The 2nd half is a bit rambling and simplistic but fascinating to experience. The last 3rd takes us back to the beginning with even more depth and soul. Wonderful to see such an ambitious piece of cinema from this master.
Erin R (au) wrote: What a horrible, piece of crap, waste of time this movie was. I can't believe two good actors managed to create such a no-chemistry, unhappy, bomb of a movie.
Philip T (br) wrote: pang's bros sucks!!!
HHRROCKS (us) wrote: funny and nice songs
Sara M (nl) wrote: Watched for D'Onofrio. For that alone it was totally worth it. Kind of a jumpy story but I'm sure I'll watch it again.
Steve A (us) wrote: A haunting portrait of the long term effects of abuse from one of the most under-appreciated directors.
Timothy A (it) wrote: Bright, poppy and frothy confection focusing entirely on the light side of mid-90s teen culture, as experienced by 1% of its primary audience. Keeping the character arcs short and focused on the fact that rich kids have feelings rather than rich kids have problems stops it going over the top and gives it a surprising emotional resonance for what ostensibly has all the depth of a soap opera.
Daniel L (nl) wrote: A real charmer, sweet and funny.
Chandler B (nl) wrote: Strange and off-putting but it redeems itself somewhat in the end.
Nigel K (de) wrote: What a first film for Julie Walters, born to play the part. Possibly Michael Caine's best ever role? A joy and at times equally quite sad.
Long L (de) wrote: I expected a little more from 1982. I know this was supposed to be a skin-flick but still. I tad better production quality would have definitely been appreciated. Lots of nudity, check. Lots of sex, check. Plot device... plot device...? Nope, none here. See it if you want to see old school nudity. Avoid it if you're looking for quality.
Brandon M (ca) wrote: Just as good as the first.
Jared M (es) wrote: Classic comedy, great performance as usual from Grant...good supporting role played by Curtis. Great Sunday afternoon stuff.
Private U (nl) wrote: not bad a movie ba wz xpectin more....