Ghosts on the Loose
The East Side Kids try to fix up a house for newlyweds, but find the place next door "haunted" by mysterious men.
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Reddick F (fr) wrote: A great piece of art about the problem of the devaluation of our elderly. Can also be seen as a commentary on generational struggles, as the antagonist ultimately saves the life of the elder out to make his life difficult. An absolutely wonderful performance by Hal Holbrook, his character is gripping to the very end. Language is a little rough for PG-13 rating.
Arno B (fr) wrote: Le meilleur film sur les colonies de vacances
Nathan J (au) wrote: This is seriously like the films that teachers would show through a projector when I was at high school. It is kind of interesting though.
Roberto O (br) wrote: A movie I recommend, with a deep plot. Eyal (Lior Ashkenazi) is a Mossad Agent that is starting to be fed up of his bloody missions, especially after his wife committed suicide, being one of the reasons Eyal's job. But the next mission is unique: a young german man, whose grandfather is a Nazi and seems to still be alive, is visiting Israel (to see her sister Pia), and Eyal is assigned as his guide, in order to try to get more information. Eyal complains to his boss about the mission, as he hasn't entered the Mossad to act as a tourist guide, but in reality he forges a strong relationship with him, even though he is gay (because Eyal initially doesn't seem to stand homosexuality). His inquiries show that Axel's Nazi grandfather is still alive (a conversation between Axel and Pia Eyal recorded, where Axel gets to know this fact for the first time), and Eyal travels to Berlin to learn more. He learns that the man (who is now very old and sick) will be attending Axel's father's birthday. As Axel's friend, he is invited, and after the party has ended he goes to his room to kill him. But he's an old man, vulnerable, and after all he's done in his career, Eyal can't do it. Finally, it is Axels who turns off the oxygen machine... A great story about a friendship and contradicting feelings (for Eyal) about homosexuality, the Holocaust (are descendants also responsible?), death (should he continue working in the Mossad, after his bloody career has taken away his wife and maybe even his emotions?)
Steve D (ca) wrote: Crappy movie forgettable and stupid
Stuart K (au) wrote: At the height of his success, Steve Martin took Edmond Rostand's 1897 play Cyrano de Bergerac, and updated it to 80's America, he also personally chose Australian director Fred Schepisi (Barbarosa (1982), A Cry In The Dark (1988) and The Russia House (1990)) to bring it to the screen. It's a very sweet and very funny film, with Martin at his best, and it displays his talents as a screenwriter as well, which he puts to good use here. In the mountain town of Nelson, fire chief C.D. Bales (Martin) is a witty and intelligent man, who is also endowed with a very big nose. He would have it altered, but cannot due to a dangerous allergy to anesthetics, but his mood changes when astronomer Roxanne Kowalski (Daryl Hannah) comes to town to search the skies for a comet. C.D. falls in love with her, but she ends up falling for fireman Chris McConnell (Rick Rossovich), who has just joined C.D.'s team, but Chris also has affections for Roxanne, but is too shy to tell her so, so he get's C.D. to write love letters to Roxanne, in an attempt to win her over, and the plan works, to a point. It's a film which still works now, and it shows how clever Martin is as a writer, it's got a good cast and a memorable scene where C.D. is able to tell 20 big nose jokes as a bet, it has a fantastical quality about it, but it manages to be a sweet and uplifting love story as well.
Paul P (au) wrote: Nobody really talks about this one nowadays, probably because the movie is all dialogue and it isn't the sexy, biting, juicy dialogue like in Nichols first movie 'Who's Affraid of Viriginia Woolf' This deals with men and women, and the distance between them. How these characters see the opposite sex as objects(all forms, not just physical or sex) The performances are fantastic. Nicholson is at the top of his game here. Margret and Bergen are very good. Art Garfunkel is brilliantly cast, he's perfect for this role.
David S (ag) wrote: A feminine twist on the film "Shallow Grave", even with Scottish accents intact! However, the film is nowhere near the quality as its source of inspiration. The script tries to be clever with several twists, but by and large they are routine and predictable. The story seems to merely go through the motions and doesn't aspire to be fresh or original. The performances, however, are indeed solid with both Lynch and Weisz giving feisty portrayals.
Augusto R (es) wrote: Primeira indicao ao Oscar de Bardem.
Matt B (jp) wrote: Wow Metallica. More drama than the hills!