Fay Grim

Fay Grim

Many years after her notorious husband, Henry Fool, fled after killing a neighbor, Fay Grim receives a visit from CIA agent Fulbright, who tells her that Henry is dead, but that some of his journals have been unearthed in France. She sets forth on a globe-trotting odyssey that soon leads to the discovery that he is alive, and his journals are more than they appear to be.

A ten-years-later continuation of Hal Hartley's "Henry Fool", where Fay Grim (Posey) is coerced by a CIA agent (Goldblum) to try and locate notebooks that belonged to her fugitive ex-husband (Ryan). Published in them is information that could compromises the security of the U.S., causing Fay to first head to Paris to fetch them ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Samuel S (kr) wrote: Giving it 5 for a great book

Hans J E (fr) wrote: David Lynch is a strange one. This is original to say the very least, but perhaps not quite my thing.

Poul F (nl) wrote: Its silly and dumb but its got that Zucker type humor that you can't help but chuckle at.

Sean G (kr) wrote: It took 34 years but I finally watched Night Shift! I remember the Friday it came out. My father wanted to take me to see it but I wanted to see something else, I don't what but we didn't see Night Shift. The movie is probably inappropriate for a 6 year old but inappropriate never stopped my Dad from taking me to films. Extra half a star for the manic performance from a young Michael Keaton. I am so glad that MK is back!

Tabitha B (mx) wrote: Entertaining to kids then and to kids now

Branden W (ag) wrote: One of the greatest films of Buuel's career, and his last Spanish film, The Exterminating Angel is a contradiction. A meshing of dreams and reality, The Exterminating Angel is a kind of absolute reality-- a contradiction of dream and reality-- in a sort of "surreality" as Andr Breton would go on to write in his Surrealist Manifestoes. This film completely exemplifies the surrealist philosophy, with its arbitrary dark humour as an anti-bourgeois satire to the highest degree. If Breton and the surrealists were to put together a list of films that coincide with their ideology of a complete revolution, The Exterminating Angel would be at the top of the list. An absolute masterpiece in all aspects of cinema.

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Steve S (mx) wrote: This was my least favorite of the movies so far. It was still well made and fun to watch but it wasn't as good as the 1st three. The acting was pretty good but the story seemed so unrelated to the main story arc that it felt unnecessary. It was still a fun story but it didn't feel connected to the other movies, kind of like episodic shows like The X-Files. The climax with Voldemort was good though. Overall, I recommend it but it wasn't as good as the others.