When your memory lies, how do you find the truth?

An experimental medical procedure saves Ethan's life, but the side effects have unimagined effects. His disjointed and bewildering memories come tumbling back, but he is unsure of what is real or imagined. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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clinton e (gb) wrote: this looks better than the other 2

HP K (au) wrote: Petollisen realistinen elokuva jatko/keskiosa mahtavaan existentialistiseen anime- sarjaan The Melancholy of H.S., jossa paras parannus mielipahaan on painaa eteenpin tysill omien ideoidensa mukaan tahtoi muut sit eli ei.


Sylvester K (fr) wrote: Absolutely terrifyingly bad. Basically, some magical all black (except one) Texan university has a competition about singing terrible faux songs and making stupid dance. The script and acting was just horrifying, at least get a decent camera please. You cannot understand what the characters are saying half of the time, also the camera distance keeps changing for no reasons making it hard to properly watch the film. It's a utter piece of junk if you ask me.

Ian M (jp) wrote: A narcoleptic transsexual prostitute who dreams musical numbers when she is asleep? What is not to love? Brilliantly acted with fantastic characters including a dwarf housemate and a bf who loves to be fucked hard with her big cock. Madonna even let them do the best routine you will ever see to True Love! Amazing!

Ibraheem M (jp) wrote: Too dull and Walter Salles made a bad decision in casting Kristen Stewart in his film.

Pablo G (us) wrote: An insanely artistic, well shot and well thought out film, Delicatessen is one of those foreign delights that cannot go unseen, as it provides some of the most well thought-out characters and situations to these types of films that dont usually go very far in anything more than story. Delicatessen excells for the most part with its unique characters and setting, and with top-notch visuals and cinematography.

Keith B (es) wrote: I caught this grind-house picture on late night television the other night and found myself captivated, yet quite disturbed at the same time. Don't get me wrong, I love bloody kung fu violence and high flying adventure, but this was just so odd. Why do I call this odd? Well, the hero of the story has a certain body part that seems to be made of steel. There is also witchcraft and abortion, alongside stomach turning sexual violence. This is not the high-caliber movie of the 70s karate explosion, but I've seen worse!

Logan M (ru) wrote: "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" is truthful and unafraid, an stars Jimmy Stewart in one of his greatest roles.

Private U (ru) wrote: wow! this is a good movie. reminds me of watching a silent film and this was released i think in 1937 38? the images is what kept this movie vibrant. i was surpirsed how Michael Powell was able to get very well complicated shots of the cliffs and the rest of the island and the people. After making edge of the world, to me Michael Powell shines.

Stefan G (es) wrote: While this isn't a particularly impressive cowboy flick, it certainly has its merits as a fast-paced popcorn flick. Unfortunately, what could have been a spectacular film is hampered by a noticeably dated direction. The film appears to have been trying to fit some of the "brat pack" of the 1980's into a conventional western setting, and the main reason that it doesn't work is because the main characters simply aren't very good actors. The performances, while not terrible, are pretty stale. It's almost as though they're trying to be the next-generation equivalent of the old vanguards of cowboy icons, and are failing. If you ignore the forgettable characters and average story, you'll probably like the fast-paced gunfights, which, in a way, do make the film look more like an old-fashioned matinee. However, that's all this film appears to be good at. You won't find anything original, but you will find a decent showdown or two, and if that's what you're looking for, then this is the film for you.