A middle-aged private detective faces challenges when he accepts an assignment to trace stolen diamonds.
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Jorge G (it) wrote: La violencia no es culpa del director (es culpa del GOBIERNO)Fotografa bien y Direccin bien lograda.
Paul D (gb) wrote: Commands a style of its own depicting what feels like an unusual clique and fusion of the church with the sick and needy. Whilst it does feel llke a critique of the supposed miracle waters of Lourdes, it is a also a statement about the psychology of ill-health.
Alan A (ca) wrote: I could not wait for this picture to finish. The action was okay but the story and the special effect were lame and crappy. It was as if the movie was made in the eighties and released in 2007.
Chloe C (ag) wrote: Blanchett puts up a great performance every time and this is no exception... hahaa... i'm beginning to think that French guys are more "interesting" too. the best decisions she made were to visit France twice :)
Paul S (au) wrote: good for the most part,but too much emphasis on stuart sutcliffe....
Mac L (fr) wrote: Excellent, funny, and very quirky. Highly recommended if you like Japanese cinema.
Zoran S (mx) wrote: It's pretty uneven. The action/ war scenes are acceptable though unremarkable in their style. The romance, despite the enjoyable Patricia Neal, is fairly dull.
Jason M (it) wrote: Another bad movie that exists for the sake of existing.
Matt H (br) wrote: Interesting subject. I know this is a groundbreaking insight, but Herzog really does have a great voice for narration.
Larry Y (ca) wrote: Okay comedy, but not one I'd watch again. It's no CLUELESS.
Jorban J (jp) wrote: The more I thought about this movie, the more I things I realized I liked about it. You connect with their awkward, vulnerable experiences while also laughing at some really good writing. You have no problem suspending disbelief for a few scenarios that are just fun to watch.
Adam R (mx) wrote: Dustin Hoffman is moderately entertaining in a cross-dressing comedy. It doesn't necessarily live up to its high reputation, but it was OK. (First and only viewing - 3/22/2009)
John W (nl) wrote: While the 1948 film adaptation of Maxwell Anderson's theatrical production 'Key Largo' may be primarily recalled today as a Bogart/Bacall vehicle, that labelling of this suspenseful film-noir is most unfortunate. This film is, in every sense, an ensemble piece, and it is the picture's ensemble cast which, sixty-five years after its release, make it worth remembering.There's Edward G. Robinson as the brash, boisterous expatriate gangster Johnny Rocco. His performance slowly reveals a man yearning for a time bygone. Lionel Barrymore is the infirm but nonetheless crusty hotel owner James Temple, who is overcome with venom when Rocco takes the hotel's inhabitants hostage. Claire Trevor is the alcoholic moll whose best days are well past, symbolic of Johnny Rocco's own decline. Holding this group together are the aforementioned star couple, from whom director John Huston coaxes brilliantly subtle performances that avoid any potential for scenery-chewing. So subtle is Bogart's performance that it is easy enough to overlook the sophistication of Frank McCloud's story. McCloud is a disillusioned vet who pays a visit to James Temple, and his daughter, respectively the father and widow of a fallen soldier whose bravery he had admired. Unlike so many other American memories of the Second World War that are proud and triumphant, this story more accurately portrays the feelings of a generation of young men returning home from the greatest conflict the world has ever known.