A classic tale of Scarlett O';;Hara';;s battle to save her beloved plantation and find love during the Civil War. Scarlett is a woman who can deal with a nation at war, Atlanta burning, the Union Army carrying off everything from her beloved Tara, the carpetbaggers who arrive after the war. Scarlett is beautiful. She has vitality. But Ashley, the man she has wanted for so long, is going to marry his placid cousin, Melanie. Mammy warns Scarlett to behave herself at the party at Twelve Oaks. There is a new man there that day, the day the Civil War begins. Rhett Butler. Scarlett does not know he is in the room when she pleads with Ashley to choose her instead of Melanie. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Brandon S (de) wrote: In my opinion, the second best of the Greengrass "Bourne" films. This begins as a suitable action thriller that morphs into an extremely exciting piece of action filmmaking in the third act.Paul Greengrass is a filmmaker with an intense dedication to pacing. All of his films move at a snappy and exciting pace, and this film is no exception, which, for some reason, seems to be a lot of people's gripe with the movie. This is a film that seamlessly fits into the Bourne catalog. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Cricket T (us) wrote: I believe the tomatometer was incorrect on this film. 66% is much too low, however given the poor choices I've seen from audiences perhaps this is simply a reflection of today's society.
Charles P (nl) wrote: Mr. Rodriguez has made a franchise in the tradition of badly-constructed movies and has ended up creating his own brand of trashy madness.
Jed D (us) wrote: Better than most, of Dolph's, "Straight to DVD" films. Disappointing.
Mike C (ru) wrote: Almost precisely what I ask for in a movie, minus the finish, which is disappointing. Forget all the Hollywood happy endings, the modelesque characters who have all nice things without work or trouble, and the witty dialogue. This is a nice little indie movie that gives plenty of emotion while focusing on a far more real side of life. The movie is depressing as hell, which is a plus. You can't have a depressing movie without pinpointing some of the struggles in life and making them believable. Kartheiser is good as a somber kid who takes a lot of shit in his life and never really gives it back. Manning is at her best in a blue collar role. I watched this a while back and evidently have no record of it, though certain scenes definitely rang a bell. Oh well, almost like watching it new.
Ben T (gb) wrote: It still can't get rid of the parody-films' essence. But thanks to funny plot and clever character description, Scary Movie becomes one of the best parody-films ever made.
Felicia D (ca) wrote: I'm a sucker for a funny date movie. Tommy and Jada keep me laughing the whole time. What's gonna happen this dude next... that's what I kept thinking.
john b (us) wrote: Chuch Norris delivers his lines like he's in a third grade Christmas play. I can't remember the last time I saw such bad acting. No, I do remember: my third grade Christmas play. And come to think of it, I was probably better.
Spencer S (es) wrote: Personally, I have a soft spot for Robert Downey Jr. films from the 90's, and Cybill Shepherd has always been a favorite of mine. That's the main reason I liked the film. It was zany, romantic, and funny. I'm sure people disagree based on their own agendas or views, but that's how I felt about the film, honestly.
Paul P (au) wrote: Praised almost universally as the best segment in 'The Decalogue'. And while its a good film i couldn't get behind it fully. The process of wanting to kill, killing and then paying for the crime is a fantastic idea no matter how simple it is. The sad part of this film is these characters aren't fully drawn let alone fleshed out, and its even true in its longer run time. So while the events are cold and disturbing i couldn't find an in point. So for most of the events they didn't carry enough emotional kick.
Gordon T (gb) wrote: OF course TERROR IN THE AISLES is a FLAT, INSIGHTFUL DOCUMENTARY . . . it was made for a GODDAMN American Mainstream Audience and we ALL KNOW how STUPID Average American Movie-Goers are . . .BULLSHIT "vampire movies" like TWILIGHT and BULLSHIT "Vampire TV SHOWS" like TRUE BLOOD get all the recognition while LET THE RIGHT ONE IN and REC go FUCKIN' unnoticed here in North America. An American Audience can't understand anything other than a FLAT documentary playing in a local multiplex. So, I have to take TERROR IN THE AISLES "need" to capture an American Mainstream audience into consideration in giving it a one hundred percent. First TERROR IN THE AISLES is handicapped because it can't go above an R-RATING by the MPAA and then its handicapped even further bevause it has to appeal to Average Americans. Terror in the aisles: Terror - 5 dictionary results ter?ror terror pronunciation/trr/ Show Spelled[ter-er] Show IPA ?noun 1. intense, sharp, overmastering fear: to be frantic with terror. 2. an instance or cause of intense fear or anxiety; quality of causing terror: to be a terror to evildoers. 3. any period of frightful violence or bloodshed likened to the Reign of Terror in France. 4. violence or threats of violence used for intimidation or coercion; terrorism. 5. Informal. a person or thing that is especially annoying or unpleasant. hor?ror (hr r, h r -) n. 1. An intense, painful feeling of repugnance and fear. See Synonyms at fear. 2. Intense dislike; abhorrence. 3. A cause of horror. 4. Informal Something unpleasant, ugly, or disagreeable: That hat is a horror. 5. horrors Informal Intense nervous depression or anxiety. Often used with the. FEAR a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the threat is real or imagined; the feeling or condition of being afraid. ... unpleasant adj 1: not pleasant; "an unpleasant personality"; "unpleasant repercussions"; "unpleasant odors" [ant: pleasant] 2: causing disapproval or protest; "a vulgar and objectionable person" [syn: objectionable, obnoxious] 3: very unpleasant or annoying Horror movies are ?UNLIKABLE? by most people based upon the following definitions: No normal-person likes unpleasant feelings . . . Then the next part of the argument is if a person is used to unpleasant feelings or is used to being in the middle of unpleasant situations than Horror and Terror Movies will compliment and/or augment his natural persecption and/or schema. Consider TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING; LEATHERFACE is born in a slaughterhouse; all Leatherface knows or is familiar with is the slaughterhouse: blood smearing the floors and the walls even the ceiling . . . furthermore Leatherface is used to seeing entrails (intestines), gory innards (brains, bones, etc.). . .and Leatherface is used to the STENCH of decay and spoiling meat and experiencing the ongoing agony of the animals as they?re being slaughtered, decapitated ALIVE. So, since Leatherface?s World has been completely comprised of death and decay and agony, Leatherface may be predisposed to being drawn to HORROR (death, decay, blood, and agony) associated with The Slaughterhouse in which he was literally born in. Leatherface may even PREFER The UGLY trappings of THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE because The Slaughterhouse is or was his first HOME. Now: I ?grew-up? in our family?s funeral home in Philadelphia (scrubbing-down the morgue [plenty of decay and blood there]) . . . as a result of spending A LOT of time in our funeral home?s morgue I?m used to/familiar with blood and decay. Therefore I prefer HORROR MOVIES because Horror Movies reflect the environment surrounding me during my youth. Most people (Most Americans) don?t like Horror Movies (like CANNIBAL FEROX, ANTHROPOPHAGUS, DEMONS, THE GATES OF HELL) because they aren?t used to DISGUSTING THINGS; in many American-Childhoods the Norm is to ignore and avoid what is unpleasant and/or displeasing. If something?s unpleasant, the Average American will remove himself from the situation rather than accept or ?put-up? with the unpleasantness; that?s why RED-LINING and SEGREGATION and WHITE-FLIGHHT (still) occur here in America because if things are either unpleasant and/or are disagreeable to Americans, the source of the unpleasant feeling is removed or the person being made to feel unpleasantly removes themselves from the situation. (It?s a little like putting ?Special Education? kids in the school?s basement) Americans don?t like to deal with ?Ugly?). FIGURE, it?s the PSYCHOLOGICAL DISPOSITION of AMERICANS to abhors and try to ?get rid of? what they think is unpleasant; this is why I may sometimes overhear Americans say America should NUKE AFGHANISTAN. NUKING AFGHANISTAN would quickly ?get-rid? of/dispose of ALL Afghanistanis . . . To Americans, Afghanistanis are unpleasant to look-at and Afghanistan culture is disagreeable to the Average American?s culture. I heard on TV the other night one character call another character ?Darkie? and said that ?Darkies should know their place? . . . And I think about how my FAVORITE HORROR MOVIES always end-up ?on 42nd street? so to speak and never in ?plush? suburban multiplexes so to speak. (In fact our funeral home is/was on the corner of 42nd Street [in West Philadelphia} Its like: to the Average American, Horror Movies (like BLACK SUNDAY, BLOOD SPATTERED BRIDE, SUSPIRA, ZOMBI FLESH EATERS, THE BEYOND, THE GATES OF HELL) are akin to being ?THE DARKIES? of CINEMA here in America. ---TERROR IN THE AISLES is a mainstream variation of FILMGORE and TERROR ON TAPE so it shouldn?t be a hundred percent, but since it had to be subject to the MPAA?S gauntlet of cuts in order to avoid an X-Rating, we forgive it for its limitations . . . and it?s not insightful either. But MEL GIBSON, during an interview on the PAYBACK: STRAIGHT-UP DIRECTORS cut said that mainstream films can?t be too ?insightful? or ?hard to follow? because a large-audience would not be able to follow and be entertained. MEL went on to say that if PAYBACK was sheered of its expository scenes it would only appeal to an elite audience. And MEL GIBSON is AWESOME (and that?s his deal: to entertain a LARGE audience). . . . Ultimately HORROR MOVIES are BLACK DOGS to mainstream American Movie-Goers and film-critics ?they can?t see the beauty in HORROR and The Macabre . . . because AMERICANS never EMBRACE ?THE DARK SIDE? because The Dark Side is uncomfortable to people: and that?s a shame . . . and then when anything ?slides? into THE DARK SIDE as I put it, Americans ?point fingers? and ?ridicule? and ?stuff? . . . This BEAUTIFUL GIRL in a BLACK DRESS is truly inspiring.
Vincent T (ag) wrote: Une adaptation pas trop mal grace a Angelina Jolie mais le scenar ne casse pas trois pattes sans parler de la rea plus que limite.
Russell S (kr) wrote: Coming into this movie with low expectations I was pleasantly surprised at how entertaining it actually was. Preposterous on occasion but always a lot of fun. A cool movie.