House Swap

House Swap

A young California screenwriter and his composer girlfriend exchange their Echo Park home for a sprawling Tudor mansion near Glastonbury, England, in the hope of finding creative inspiration. Thinking they have the best of the bargain, they soon learn that the house comes with a stalker who seems able to enter through locked doors. Driven beyond endurance by the continual harassment, the screenwriter sets a trap to exact his revenge...

Based on a true story. A young California screenwriter and his composer girlfriend exchange their Echo Park home for a sprawling Tudor mansion, in the hope of finding creative inspiration. Thinking they have the best of the bargain, they soon learn that the house comes with a stalker who seems able to enter through locked doors. Driven beyond endurance by the continual harassment, the screenwriter sets a trap to exact his revenge... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Troy K (nl) wrote: 3/5 Even though most of the story is bad and as corny as all get out, it is so terribly sweet that any woman will probably love it.

Robert H (nl) wrote: Kiss of the Dragon has an esthetic reminiscent of HK police action films and yet... throws in Tcheky Karyo as the inspector playing a role you might expect from Gerard Depardieu which adds a somewhat campy but very welcomed crooked cop aspect to the film.The action sequences are all very good and Li is in great form. Kiss of the Dragon isn't what you might expect from a US/France co-produced martial arts film but it is true enough to asian action films with just enough influence from both the US and French to make it somewhat unique and well worth checking out.

Justin Ratliff (ru) wrote: Somewhat Entertaining.

Russell G (ag) wrote: More money and bigger names do not necessarily equate to a better product. This is a loose continuation of the 1992 Robert Rodriguez's low-budget success, El Mariachi. Like El Mariachi, Desperado combines violent gangster movies with classic western movies. The result is a fun, stylish and unique hybrid typology that makes for a good time. Things get off to an extremely promising start with Steve Buscemi foreshadowing the bloody fate of a bar full of thugs and a mysterious gunman heading their way. Buscemi has excellent storytelling and narrating skills. This is the best part of the movie, and it is unfortunate that he does not narrate the entire movie. Rodriguez shows good craft in his cinematography and visuals. The numerous gunfights are full of adenine, but they are not as inspired. For example, one reoccurring flaw is where the hero blatantly stands in the line fire, as if he is bulletproof. As expected, the henchmen miss while the hero's shots kill. I do not ask for realism, but keeping things like this in check is not too much to ask. Despite a colorful and inspired performance from Steve Buscemi the other main characters lack the warmth and personality of the first movie. This is due more to the writing than acting of Antonio Banderas or Salma Hayek. Instead of wonderful southwestern Mariachi music, Rock n Roll now dominates the soundtrack. It may seem like a small thing, but it is so out of place that is a major distraction. It is still a good time, and it has style, but the writing is just not tight enough.

Kira J (es) wrote: T ja "Mit olen tehnyt ansaitakseni tmn?" on kyll yht ihanan surrealistisia. Kyl meitsi digas!

Heather B (fr) wrote: OMG another movie I promote...

Eric H (de) wrote: This is an excellent film. There are very few if any American films that deal with anti-semitism in a school environment let alone a prep school. School Ties is a great movie that would make you laugh and also cry, you never get bored during watching this movie. A movie that given movie industry four truly future stars.

Miguel A (us) wrote: Com uma noo muito equilibrada de humor, camaradagem e nostalgia, "Breaking Away" um pedao especialmente feliz de pura Americana com algo a dizer sobre a juventude. Em comparao com os muitos concorrentes do gnero, o filme de Peter Yates dispe de uma naturalidade e falta de pretenso que, depois de feitas as contas, lhe atribui uma carga feel-good mais ou menos infalvel para quem tenha corao.

Robert H (br) wrote: This film is a weird mashup of Thelma and Louis, a capper film, a buddy road trip film, a thriller, a chase film, and it even has some light hearted moments tossed in for a chuckle here and there.Jeff Bridges and Eastwood work really well in this film. But I think that's as much due to the fact that they didn't really need to act much. Their characters are almost how you would have expected them to be in real life to a certain degree.The age of the film and the style might put a few people off as it is clearly an older film but if you enjoy capper films or Thelma and Louis, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot should be something you track down and check out.

Jacob B (gb) wrote: I have never seen a movie so powerful and touching as 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. From its opening shot where Scout (Mary Badham) hums while writing the title to its ending when the character of Boo Radley (Robert Duvall) is finally revealed. Each moment is considered to be a great triumph of film-making; ranging from its camerawork, directing, editing, and score. But let's not forget the character of Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck in a deserved Oscar-winning performance); the lawyer and caring father of two. He is what holds the film together like glue. Finch is a character who believes in what is right, no matter what other people's perception is, especially when it comes to defending black man, Tom Robinson (Brock Peters) during a trial in the film's most powerful moment. He doesn't give in to anger, and helps young Scout get through the problems in school. I can only describe 'To Kill a Mockingbird' as one of the most important films you will ever experience (even if you have never read Harper Lee's novel).

Lou S (ca) wrote: TOO LATE FOR TEARS, ONLY TIME FOR SHOOTING