Emmanuelle returns to her husband in Hong Kong and proceeds to have several extramarital affairs -- with his knowledge, of course. Her husband's lover and American guest are both very ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Emmanuelle returns to her husband in Hong Kong and proceeds to have several extramarital affairs -- with his knowledge, of course. Her husband's lover and American guest are both very puzzled by their openness.
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Kelvin C (nl) wrote: Easily the best film I have seen in years. That's a big call but deservedly so.
Steven D (us) wrote: This is a fantastic film.....
Janice F (de) wrote: Enjoyable movie, but must say Drew,Barrmnore is quite possibly the worst actress of all time. Her acting does not sell me on a mother of two boys at all. He lines are clumsy and her shtick is even clumsier. The bit when she's stuck up in the parachuting? Cringe worthy. When Adam Sandler is the stronger actor, there's a problem. I liked the story and some cute and laughable moments. The other couple all over each other was just stupid, did Adam just write them in for the trip to Africa? A half way enjoyable watch for another Adam Sandler movie, have no expectations and you'll be entertained.
Yehan L (es) wrote: (Film: Into the Wild) Have you ever consider abandoning what you possess for now and return the wilderness where you will be able to feel nature at a zero distance? The answer might vary from person to person, but going to the wilderness and feeling nature would definitely be a wise option whenever you are confused. The film named "Into the Wild" directed by Sean Penn is just telling us a story about this creative and meaningful idea. Good movies will never be behind the times! This is what I always keep in my mind. Into the Wild is the movie that induces people to consider the human society and the world that they are living in. It goes really deep in analyzing the relationship between nature humans. As a top student who graduated from Emory University, Christopher McCandles who is the protagonist of the film firmly abandoned all of his possessions and a brilliant career for the sake of going into the Alaskan wilderness. According to what he said in the movie, what drives him to make this incredible decision is the annoying human world and society. In McCandles' point of view, the world is just a place where people are guessing, cheating, quarreling and competing with each other, and the only way to get out of all these annoying facts is to go into the wilderness that has not been interfered by human civilization. What he did in the Alaskan Wilderness is to live on his own and do everything in a primitive way, including making fire and ancient hunting and gathering lifestyle. In this film, the item that support McCandles' spiritual world and belief insisting he live in living in the wilderness is a book about the relationship between the wilderness and human beings, which acts kind of like the religious belief. All of such detailed inner demands are vividly represented in this movie, so this movie is definitely worth your precious 2 hours and 28 minutes to watch. However, the only drawback that I found in this movie is that the plot and conversations between characters are a little bit over-complicated, for words like "When you forgive, you love. And when you love, God's light shines upon you" made me extremely confused when I watched it for the first time. Therefore, please never watch this movie with your children.
Minna S (gb) wrote: Interesting and well made movie. I wonder what is the reason why Norwegian films tend to be much better than the Finnish ones? Also Nicolai Cleve Broch looks criminally good which sadly isn't contributing the rating.
Bruce S (gb) wrote: Oliver Twist with music (and all of the Dickensian hard-to-believe coincidences). Worth it for the music . . . and Keri Russell.
Mario A (jp) wrote: I would really rather not talk about this movie! It's just shit!
Paul D (es) wrote: Scorsese's segment is awesome, Coppola's is fucking terrible, and Allen's is just kinda there. It's a good thing that Scorsese's comes first, cause you should definitely shut it off after that one. Seriously, Coppola's is almost unwatchable.
Sophie G (ca) wrote: This made for television version was far more moving than the made for cinema version with Helena Bonham Carter. I just loved this film. Beautifully cast, and the score was one of the best I have heard. It lifted the film at exactly the right moments... making the emotional notes more intense, without distracting or making me feel I was being told what to feel (as scores so often do). I cannot find a single thing that could be improved with this adaptation.
Jasmine Rickytorres S (nl) wrote: I love it, it is good, I like the action of this movie and the powers that was performed. I like movies that will take you with that illusion in mind.
Kim B (ag) wrote: I really hated this movie. Considering its a masterpiece and junk, it just plain stunk! I feel asleep trying to watch it 3 times! Its far too long, disjointed, and discombobulated. I will say the acting is good and I actually like the music-thought it was beautiful. A couple of scenes were interesting and so were some characters-I will give it that. I just hate the director of this movie for turning what could of been great into a damn mess of a movie. The rambling camera when people are talking, the cut up scenes and dialogue, the jumping from character to endless character, Don't they know how to edit? Don't hold ur breathe that the movie will get more understandable and less shallow! I don't care how many people think this movie is great-its a pile of shit. Golly I hated this movie!
James H (it) wrote: 60/100. Another one of those in the middle movies. It's very well produced, the art direction is quite interesting. Beautiful cinematography and the Carribean setting makes it more quite beautiful. (Barbados mostly, and Grenada). The story is just too melodramatic though, as are the performances. The score is a little overdone at times as well. Good costumes. A waste of the lovely Joan Fontaine.
Tara H (it) wrote: Classic courtroom drama from John Ford, with Henry Fonda superb as Lincoln. I preferred this to Spielberg's recent, rather reverential take on the later years.
Remo B (ag) wrote: What the fuck were the critics thinking when they slammed this movie back in the summer of 1980. Bill Murray stole the show, but Ted Knight and Rodney Dangerfield were amazing too. If you are a male between the ages of 40 and 60 and can't quote at length from this movie, you had a deprived life.
Francisco P (fr) wrote: Loves it as a child, and I still love it to this day.
Matthew R (es) wrote: This is, I think, a really good film, that shows what can be done when you don't stick to the established story, which wouldn't have made for a good film in '90, unless it was done as a review of the games released up to that point.
Anthony V (mx) wrote: All the great action stars of the 80s come together for a romp in the cheese. Lots of fun, but the ultra violent climax kicks it up a notch above a normal time waster. Stallone still knows how to make an enjoyable action film.
Heather M (kr) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.