Honeymoon in Bali
Bill Burnett, a resident of Bali, visits New York City, meets and falls in love with Gail Allen, the successful manager of a Fifth Avenue shop, who is determined to remain free and independent. Bill proposes, Gail declines and Bill goes home to Bali. But a young girl, Rosie, and Tony the Window Cleaner, who dispels advice on every floor, soon have Gail thinking maybe she was a bit hasty with her no to Bill's proposal. Ere long she discovers that she does love Bill and can't live without him. She goes down to Bali to give him the good news. He learns that he is soon to marry Noel Van Ness. She goes back to New York City.
- Stars:Fred MacMurray, Madeleine Carroll, Allan Jones, Akim Tamiroff, Helen Broderick, Osa Massen, Carolyn Lee, Astrid Allwyn, Georgia Caine, John Qualen, Fritzi Brunette, William B. Davidson, Benny Bartlett,
- Director:Edward H. Griffith,
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Honeymoon in Bali torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: There is really nothing to talk about here. It's so bad, it's laughable. Put it among films like Birdemic and The Room on the bad level. So bad you can laugh at it and enjoy it's stupidity.
(au) wrote: This is not a half bad zombie action flick. Low budget, but the acting is really good. Zombies look good. A bit too much CGI, but whatever
(ag) wrote: El proyecto de la 14va pelcula de Pokemon es muy interesante, ya que en lugar de solo 1 una cinta, hicieron 2 versiones de la misma historia, como si estuviera uno viendo la misma historia pero en mundos paralelos. La historia transcurre muy similar, pero los roles de Zekrom y Reshiran son opuestos en cada una, as mismo un pokemon squico que usa el antagonista principal es diferente en cada historia. Otro detalle bueno es que ciertas escenas son espejos, o sea se ven ocurriendo al revs, o los personajes toman un camino diferente, inclusive algunas escenas se ven desde un ngulo opuesto. Evidentemente como son muy parecidas, no es como para ver ambas siempre, y en mi caso, creo que me quedo con Pokemon White, simplemente porque me gust ms los roles de los pokemon legendarios en esta a diferencia que en Pokemon Black, aunque es una cosa de gusto, ya que es bsicamente la misma historia. En cuanto a eso, es un argumento simple, no es la mejor cinta de Pokemon que he visto, le salva mucho la idea de cintas paralelas.
(jp) wrote: The Secret World of Arrietty is the most refreshingly magnificent and emotionally choking film I've seen in a very, very long while. In fact, so beautiful and heartfelt was this film that I would openly declare it as one of Studio Ghibli's greatest achievements, alongside Spirited away and My Neighbour Totoro.Based on Mary Norton's 'The Borrows', so whilst not entirely original, the film is so sweet and sombre its impossible to not be moved by what is happening on screen. From the captivating Arrietty to the sincerity of Shawn to the incredibly deep messages that pulsated in a film confined to the recesses of a single house. Both Will Arnett and Amy Poehler, especially, do a sensational job conveying the worried and cautious parents of the titular character. So powerful was this film that I was more moved here than with the likes of Pixar's 'Up', which I know for many is virtually impossible.What's more the story is so quaint, so lacking in major plot developments that the film manages to carry itself by the sheer sincerity and urgency of it's characters. It was an experience that found me, by the end, almost in tears. Something that is almost impossible given I'm a little cold when watching emotional films. The next compliment, there are many, goes to the film's lush, gorgeous, vibrant and simply stunning animation. The hand-drawn style is something that Disney and Pixar fail to use as a result of the CGI boom, but this feature demonstrates the importance of hand-drawn, traditional animation. And does it with a bang at the heart.I must also dedicate an entire paragraph to the sheer brilliance and abundantly sorrow sweetness of the film's soundtrack. Never has an animated soundtrack captivated me so since Toy story. Even then, this feels more personal, elegant and heartfelt. There, I said it. In fact, if I'm going to be honest, I haven't heard a better soundtrack since 1994's The Lion King. Yes, prepare the torches. What is entirely astonishing to me is how this film failed to earn an academy award nomination, let alone win? This film is miles better than Brave in every sense of the word.The ending was so unexpected, so bittersweet, so sombre that I was taken aback, caught off-guard, honestly surprised. The relationship Arrietty has with Shawn is one of trust and respect, and she was wholly humanised as opposed to a one-dimensional 'curious rule-breaker,' something the Academy Award winning brave forgets.From a story from the ever-reliable Hayao Miyazaki, director Hiromasa Yonebayashi directs with such sweet sensitivity and sensibility that he takes Miyazaki's story to an entirely new realm.The question of whether this film is a masterpiece boils down to one question: would I want to watch this every day? More specifically, would I want to watch this over the likes of 'Up' or 'Frozen'? I know my answer.
(mx) wrote: Acting was great and I liked the interactions among the family dynamics whether celebrating or arguing it was believable and touching. The film i felt portrayed addiction in a family well and how it affects every member. What I didn't like was the constant little-unknown bands playing, fake hodge podge of cultures/nationalities, weak plot, and trying too hard to be cool/alternative. The film was shot in a unique up close style but i didnt really care for it, nor the constant changing of scenes. To me the film could've been a lot more had the director not been caught up in his pompous artistic style and instead filled the film with more depth.
(ca) wrote: Average drama about (hopefully) not so average people. The portraying of a rather twisted environment was nice, although it was clear from the beginning that there would be no closure, just a passage in the life of individuals.
(kr) wrote: maybe it gets better i couldn't stand watching it and gave up after 20 mins. Have no idea how it ended up on my rental list.
(jp) wrote: It is so rare a thing; to see one of those 'bank-robbing' movies and leave so satisfied with every aspect. Owen and Washington were destined to play their respective parts in the film and complement each other well. The plot was both engaging and unpredictable with subsequent plot twists being exciting and the outcome, unexpected. Without a doubt, this relatively unknown film is a 'diamond in the rough' of repetitive 'detective hostage mystery' films that seem to bore audiences to death.
(nl) wrote: I loved this movie for its true essence...... i loved the line The holy spirit of which i have found any practical assistance.
(mx) wrote: One of the best crime films in years, featuring great performances from Jeremy Renner and Rebecca Hall
(gb) wrote: very engrossing, this is a thrilling tale from start to finish. This movie is directed by martin rosen (the same guy who directed watership down, and just like watership down, this looks like a kids film.......but it is depressing and has bloody animal violence, sometimes involving people too. But I love this film, its really great, go give it a watch, its just not a film for the younger ones.
(ag) wrote: Truly the sketchiest movie I've ever seen
(fr) wrote: Directed by Jean-Franois Richet (Inner City (1996) and Meserine (2008)), this remake of John Carpenter's 1976 thriller of the same name, only here it's updated to the modern day. It has some good moments, and it's respectful to it's source, but this one benefits from having a good cast. It's not perfect, but it's a remake which actually works and makes sense in these mad times. It's New Years Eve, and Precinct 13, Detroit's oldest police station, is about to close forever. Before it does though, Sergeant Jake Roenick (Ethan Hawke) arrests notorious crime kingpin Marion Bishop (Laurence Fishburne), who is wanted for the death of another officer. Bishop is due to be taken to prison along with drug addict Beck (John Leguizamo) and petty crook Anna (Aisha Hinds), but a heavy snow storm prevents it. After midnight, which Roenick celebrates with Sgt. Jasper O'Shea (Brian Dennehy) and Dr. Alex Sabian (Maria Bello), the precinct is attacked by armed gunmen who want Bishop, but it's actually something else. It has some good moments of action, and like the original, it keeps close to the last stand format from the westerns of years ago. This was many in a series of remakes of John Carpenter's films that got made in the last decade, some worked while others didn't. But, this is focused, taut and to the point.
(fr) wrote: William Marshall brings equal parts gravitas and pathos to his second outing as "Dracula's Soul Brother," but the plot is reheated genre leftovers. It's still kind of fun (Grier is a nice addition), but nothing terribly memorable really transpires. Still, it's kind of amazing that Marshall is as great as he is, given the material he's working with, and he holds the whole thing together.
(ca) wrote: I like Toy Story its great.