If These Walls Could Talk
If These Walls Could Talk follows the plights of three different women and their experiences with abortion. Each of the three stories takes place in the same house in three different years: 1952, 1974, and 1996.
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Deb K (kr) wrote: A grreat solid psychological thriller. The scenes of bloody murder aftermath are attention-getting without being gratuitous. The horror comes in, in the minds of the men and through the extinguished lives of the women.
Robert B (au) wrote: Andrew Collins (not MK) thought this was awful
Jamie F (es) wrote: Being Canadian, I never even knew of this channel's existence. Very interesting.
Jamal G (de) wrote: Mos Def scores with an A-grade, realistic performance and pushes your emotional buttons. Therefore, an amazing movie.
Stuart M (gb) wrote: I just couldn't get into this one. But it was better than 'Bomb the System'.
Eric P (kr) wrote: The M&M boys are great film subjects.
Jim H (nl) wrote: Adequate low budget mid-eighties American slasher film, filmed in the UK with numerous British and American actors leading to some comically bad accents. As bad as it is it, it isn't inspired enough to reach classic levels of so-bad-it's-good hilarity. Chuckles will be had at the aforementioned accents and a couple of well orchestrated kills. The build up to the slasher-revenge part of the film is, as a send up of high school comedies, also entertaining but there is nothing here for the casual fan of slasher films. The connoisseur will also be disappointed. All in all, it's adequate enough to kill 90 minutes on an evening. And watched with friends, and a few drinks, most fans of the genre will get some enjoyment out of it but that's about it.
Michael T (ca) wrote: In 1983 four of the aging icons of horror films appeared in a horror-comedy film that had absolutely nothing to do with a guy wearing a goalie's mask killing horny teenagers. John Carradine's roots in the genre went back to the 1940s and Universal's House of Frankenstein. Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee were both huge stars in the genre thanks to their work at England's Hammer studios on films like The Curse Of Frankenstein and The Horror Of Dracula starting in the late 1950s, and Vincent Price had been AIP's answer to Cushing and Lee in The Fall Of The House Of Usher and other gothic horrors. The careers of all these men had declined in the post-Night Of The Living Dead horror cinema but director Pete Walker decided to bring them all together in this rather old-fashioned "old dark house" horror film. Long unavailable on VHS, the film was released as part of MGM's "Special Limited Edition" DVD series. You ordered the copy from Amazon.Com and MGM printed up one for you. Now the film is very predictable, variations of this movie's plot have shown up in countless movies and TV shows and sometimes I half expected Scooby, Shaggy, and the rest of the gang to show up in the Mystery Machine. Though Carradine, Cushing, Lee, Price and veteran character actress Sheila Keith do a stand-up job (granted, Price was playing himself but no one else could do that as well as he could) the younger members of the cast are less convincing. Its not surprising that Desi Arnaz Jr.'s acting career was short-lived. Still, it was a fun movie if you are a genre fan.
Greg W (kr) wrote: this reminds me of the cary grant/audrey hepburn pic 'charade'
Bill S (es) wrote: This is the one where they have to drag Cagney kicking and screaming to the electric chair ....
jay n (it) wrote: Coarse, leeing and jejune this borderline idiotic enterprise is unbelievably the joint effort of the usually sterling team of Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond who were WAY off their game here. Cast of fine actors are directed to make fools of themselves with Ray Walston's character being particularly infantile. A notorious flop in it's day whatever Wilder, a master of dark satire, is trying to portray or lampoon in this vulgar mess is hard to ascertain. A miss.
Al P (gb) wrote: You'd be on the waiting list?
Kade C (ru) wrote: Civil War is a great action film, and an incredible comic book movie. Some of the best action sequences from any Marvel film, and having our favorite characters battle it out on screen is very fun. One of my biggest gripes with this movie is that it is titled a Captain America movie though the entirety of it is being split between Cap and Iron Man. I'm only upset by this because we will more than likely never get another standalone Captain America film. But besides the lukewarm villain, Captain America: Civil War has amazing non-stop action, and leaves questions for our heroes in the next Avengers film.