Two brothers develop a very close relationship as they are growing up in an idyllic and happy family. When they are young adults their relationship becomes very intimate, romantic, and sexual. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
From Beginning to End
Two brothers develop a very close relationship as they are growing up in an idyllic and happy family. When they are young adults their relationship becomes very intimate, romantic, and sexual.
- Stars:Rene Bitorajac, Franjo Dijak, Robert Ugrina, Rakan Rushaidat, Ivo Gregurevic, Ljiljana Bogojevic, Daria Lorenci, Jadranka Djokic, Ksenija Marinkovic, Predrag 'Predjo' Vusovic, Franjo Jurcec, Vera Zima, Emir Hadzihafizbegovic, Júlia Lemmertz, Fábio Assunção, Jean Pierre Noher, Louise Cardoso, Lucas Cotrin, Gabriel Kaufmann, Rafael Cardoso, João Gabriel Vasconcellos, Mausi Martínez, Fernanda Félix, Eduardo Coutinho, Aloísio de Abreu, Diego Veiga, Bruno Dubeaux, Flávia Milioni,
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Chris F (gb) wrote: Allied is a disappointingly mediocre movie. The best part of the film is easily Marion Cotillard. She excels in every scene of the movie. Brad Pitt is fine in his role, but unfortunately he didn't really stand out. His performance seemed bland. Sometimes, it felt like the two leads lacked chemistry. It was there in some scenes, while missing in others. The film definitely succeeds more in the second half than its first, mostly because of pacing. The movie has an incredibly slow pace. The worst part is that you didn't really care about the romance which is central to the film. Overall, I expect more when I watch a Robert Zemeckis film. While the film is beautifully made and features one excellent performance, it lacks a good romance and good pacing to keep the viewer interested. I was massively disappointed with this film.
Scottt F (ca) wrote: A masterpiece. The score above is a joke.
Dave R (ca) wrote: Well that was very dumb but had some funny parts but not like haha funny like wow did you really say that kinda funny wasn't that good of a movie in the first place
Adam K (kr) wrote: Date Night had some side-splitting moments. Even though, towards the end, there were a few scenes of 'poor-improvisation', overall this was good entertainment.
Caesar B (mx) wrote: Good film, bordering on great, and with a tremendous cast. The fight scenes are very well choreographed and edited. Nice music score too.
Justin C (gb) wrote: The best part about this movie is the title.
Jessica M (de) wrote: I don't understand why so many disliked this movie. I thought it was an interesting take on a vampire story.
Russ B (ca) wrote: 8/6/2016: A pretty good and enjoyable movie. The cast and story were both good and made for an entertaining film.
Steph S (ag) wrote: This was a pretty funny film. A good chris farley film. A real classic of his. The fact that he was a fat, stupid ninja made this film hilarious and you culd have a good laugh with this one.
Chesty M (it) wrote: Fish sticks and electrocutions, that's about it. Two stars, but I still recommend it for a laugh.
Pete D (jp) wrote: Despite the star power this one plods through 96 minutes that feel like much more.
Wahida K (nl) wrote: This Movie is one tasty Piece of Cake. I have seen it so many times and I always laugh my Belly off especially the Scenes with those two "Pandits" and Kishore Kumar & co. as Passengers. lol My only complain is the Scene with Dilip Kumar and Mumtaz. I use to like Dilip Kumar but when I read under what condition he excepted to work in the Movie and the Scene was written by himself which was very Silly, still Mehmood eccepted, because he always wanted to work with Dilip Kumar. It was coward of Dilip Kumar taking advantage, well anyway luckily it was a short Scene. Frankly I have lost the respect I always had for Dilip Kumar. The Scene in the Movie is just childish.
Brad W (jp) wrote: This has a great cast and is pretty effective for something that looks more like a jacked up television production.
Tom H (au) wrote: 18.01.2014Great film from Delmer Daves! Glenn Ford is an excellent casting choice in this timeless Western.