On a cruise to Cuba, Lulu Smith falls in love with Bob Grover. Back home, she breaks off the romance when he tells her he is married. Lulu has a baby, but doesn't tell Bob, who turns out to be a rising politician. She passes herself off as the baby's nanny. When Bob learns what is going on, he adopts the little girl, not telling his wife or anyone else where she came from. Lulu gets a job at a newspaper. Things get complicated when the editor gets the dirt on Grover, but also wants to marry Lulu
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(mx) wrote: witty, trippy, satirical and brilliantly hilarious. highly satisfying.
(fr) wrote: GAH! NO NO NON NO NO NONONNONNONONONONONONONNONONONONONONNO!!!!!!!!
(mx) wrote: Edmond features some of the blackest comedy I've ever seen. It's like American Psycho on crack, and William Macy is spectacular. And I issue a massive thumbs up for the ironic twist at the very end. The only regret I have is that I have never seen the theatrical production. Based on this film, really hope I can one day.
(de) wrote: Funny. Please don't let every man in the world be like Sol though ;)
(ru) wrote: Bad american teenage comedy
(au) wrote: i'm sure your 3 year old would like but for everyone else it's really annoying
(us) wrote: Not bad, but both actors can do better.
(jp) wrote: Another movie I would like to see.
(ag) wrote: I'm not a fan of any American sport but this was a very interesting doc as it follows two talented kids, both that come from tough backgrounds and both dreaming of appearing in the NBA. In any other country it's enough to have the talent to get your opportunity. In America, you need to pay for a token education. Whether you manage to pass your exams or not seems to depend on how good you are at Basketball and how good your parents are at paying their school bills.
(nl) wrote: One of those films that no one has ever seen. Never been released on DVD, which is a crying shame. Written and directed by Eric Red, who wrote The Hitcher and Near Dark, this film shares the same kind of fatalistic, road-movie vibe. Roy Scheider (Jaws) and Adam Baldwin (Firefly) play professional hitmen who have to transport a young boy, who is a witness to a mafia killing, to their bosses, where he will presumably be killed. Scheider is an ice cold professional. Baldwin is a psychopath. During thier long car journey, the boy recognises the tensions between the two hitmen, and realises his only chance of survival is to play them off against each other. This is a taut film without an ounce of fat on it. I still have my trusty VHS copy, but someone please bing it out on DVD!
(ru) wrote: pure realism, I love it
(jp) wrote: Un intreccio di storie non particolarmente appassionante ma con molte star al suo interno. Un film intrinsecamente femminista che vuole essere al passo coi tempi (lesbiche, gay aids, depressione e molto altro). Per gli manca un po' di ritmo.