When the New York journalist Jake Bridges catches his girlfriend with another guy, he goes to Atlantic City to drink himself to oblivion. He is saved from a bar brawl by a small-time mobster Frankie, and Jake falls in love with Frankie's girlfriend Melissa. Jake soon also joins Frankie in his money-collecting duties.

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Susan L (it) wrote: Anything with Ving is good..this is a must see it's never too late to change your life around!!

Cynthia N (es) wrote: If you're neither musician, art maker, nor a lover of the latter, you won't get this film. HOWEVER, if the names John Cage and Robert Rauschenberg ring a bell, then you might just love it. I definitely did.

Charlie G (es) wrote: Standard start for a scary movie. First half hour was just setting up the story and introducing the characters. The rest of the movie was basically waiting for something to happen. Not much did. Then the movie was over.

cable g (ru) wrote: Sounds good .... ??????

Anson P (it) wrote: this was a good movie with alot of yelling all over taking a test befor she dies

Steve K (au) wrote: i fucking love ernest

Tio B (mx) wrote: It probably won't shock anyone dead, but it might induce a few comas.

mike a (br) wrote: Sorry to disagree with the community on this one. I felt the performances were predictable and stilted and even some big names were unable to rescue such a pedestrian script. The storyline was so full of historical holes as to be barely recognisable as an account of the battle of isandlwana. It also suffered from being compared to the much more enjoyable Zulu. That film was a tour de force...This more a grande farce.

Wahida K (fr) wrote: A first and last Movie of Biswajeet I watched and adored him in the Movie. Great Songs. Same with his son Prasenjit in Andhiyaan. Both father and son great actors.Most of the time I just laughed my socks off. It is so funny. Every character was funny in their own way, but poor Biswajeet, kabhi Deewana, to Kabhie Pagal, to Kabie Chor.

Anthony V (de) wrote: One of the better kaij? (giant monster) movies.

Nathan B (us) wrote: its corny but still a good movie

Richard C (ca) wrote: Masterpiece!1. Tokyo Story2. Dr. Strangelove3. 8 1/24. My Neighbor Totoro5. Ugetsu6. Rashomon7. Chungking Express8. Yojimbo9. Days of Being Wild10. 400 Blows11. Seven Samurai12. 2001: A Space Odyssey13. High and Low14. Ponyo15. Happy Together16. Taxi Driver17. Ran18. Love Exposure19. Sansho the Bailiff20. Once Upon a Time In The West

Suy P (au) wrote: The true and tragic story of Emma Hamilton, the rags to riches beauty who captured national naval hero Nelson's heart. Unfortunately, they are both married to others and scandal ensues, but their love endures. With Vivien Leigh, just two years after her tour de force performance as Scarlett O'Hara in "Gone with the Wind" and at the height of her luminous beauty, and real-life husbnad, Laurence Olivier, at the height of his virile beauty, as Nelson.Supposedly Winston Churchill's favorite film. I can imagine the themes of the struggle to defeat a tyrant and sacrificing for one's country would have resonated with him.

Ahmed M (gb) wrote: Fun, entertaining, action-packed and a great script has made Men In Black worth a watch.

Anneliese M (de) wrote: Why must Hollywood continue to remake (and therefore ruin) everything? Don't even acknowledge the presence of this; watch the anime instead.

Adam S (fr) wrote: Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold is the sequel to 1985s King Solomon's Mines. Both films were shot back to back, this one being released two years after the first. Theres not much to say, except that this one is even worse than the first. It's just as big of an Indiana Jones rip-off with some H. Rider Haggard thrown in (doesn't do either justice). The soundtrack is the same, the acting is just as bad from everyone including the newly added James Earl Jones. Although all around pretty terrible, like the first, under the right circumstances you can still have a lot of fun watching this one. Don't expect much else besides somes laughs though.

Private U (br) wrote: not the best burt reynolds but still an enjoyable movie

Alec L (br) wrote: A film more for politicos and those who incorrectly believe that journalism can change the world than for those interested in an exhilarating procedural.

Ben L (ru) wrote: This is one of those movies that I am so indifferent on I just can't bring myself to even write a full review. It's not that it was bad, there were a few moments that were entertaining, it was just overall so dull that I couldn't muster any passion one way or the other. So I can't really trash it as a bad film, but I can't really praise it as a good film either. The idea of this old man who has delusions of grandeur is just not all that interesting. The few intense moments really feel cheesy when people over-dramatically grab at a fresh bullet wound or gently stab someone with a knife. It takes away the adrenaline of those moments and makes them corny. It feels old-fashioned and lacks any excitement. The characters all seem inconsistently written. One moment Lou is a tough guy who seems very knowledgeable about the seedy underbelly of Atlantic City, and the next moment he's a goofy old guy squawking like a little kid about how he killed a guy. In the same way Sally bounces back and forth between attraction and revulsion when it comes to Lou. It's just a muddled mess and the word that continues to come to mind when I think of it is "bland." I don't regret watching it but odds are, in a matter of months, I will have completely forgotten about it and not even remember what it was about.