While out riding in the country, wealthy New Yorker Alec Walker meets young widow Julie Eden, and a relationship quickly develops. However, Alec has not told her that he is already locked ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Name Only
A wealthy man falls for a widow but is locked into a loveless marriage with a woman who has contrived to convince his parents she is the ideal wife.
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Clem R (ag) wrote: Such a feel-good movie. Wish I was a teenager just now.
Marie D (fr) wrote: Very truthful to the books, faithful to Titeuf himself, a very enjoyable moment!
Guillermo Q (br) wrote: La habilidad para el desastre de Will Ferrell daa la presencia de Gael Garca Bernal y Diego Luna (aparte de Pedro Armendriz y la presencia cantando de l Puma). Escuchar a Will Ferrell hablar espaol es comparable a que Alvin el de los Chipmunks declame poesa o que un perro malle.P (C)sima direccin y libreto~
Jerome Y (nl) wrote: I liked that one line most "At least I can make her laugh"... I think that is key to any great relationship. Heard about the movie as it was being made last year... was somewhat disappointed because I felt the movie has a nice setting with ordinary people facing ordinary situation and still able to create a love story. Perhaps there was just no enough time in the movie.
Canem C (fr) wrote: a warm, nice, quiet movie, naturally written and good acted...
Alisha H (jp) wrote: better than the first 1
Saso L (fr) wrote: Great insight into the life of Jacque Fresco and his lifelong struggle to create a design for a better world and see it realized. He has illuminated the path for so many of us. Learn about the Resource Based Economy and support The Venus Project, to continue developing toward a saner world!
Stevan S (jp) wrote: Older Cirque DVD in our collection, but still amazing.
Steve M (us) wrote: Serial killer Jack Schmitt (Dosland) is shot to death by police in the sewers beneath a small town, but is reanimated as a living turd by bioengineered bacteria that had been dumped there by mad scientist Dr. Stern (Burr). Now, he's killing the residents as they Do Their Business in the bathroom, literally eating shit and growing bigger. If Agent Hannigan of the FBI (Beth West), Sheriff Duncan (Weiner) and his two dimwitted deputies (Dan West and Rick Popko) don't find a way to stop the monstrosity before the town's Annual Chili Cook-off, Butte County will end up as a very crappy place to live. "Monsturd" is an amusing horror-comedy that spoofs monster movies ranging from the "science gone bad" films of the '50s and '60s (like "Island of Terror") to the "greed over public good" horror flicks from the '70s and '80s (of which "Jaws" is the most famous example). Script-wise, this film does more with "Number Two" than I think any other tale in any medium has ever done before, which earns it some sort of place in history. It also manages its psuedo-science better than any number of monster movies that expect to be taken seriously, and it pulls off the costuming and effects involved in bringing a monster that's a walking, mansized turd to the screen with an effectiveness that is rarely seen in movies produced at this level. I fully expected the "monsturd" of the title to stink like so many elaborate monsters do in low-budget horror flicks. But directors West and Popko clearly understand how to mount a production within their means, and they very effectively used lighting and camera angles to make their monster look even better. If science-gone-bad ever caused a dead serial killer to be reborn as a giant turd, I think he might actually look like the creature that West and Popko came up with. The terms "believable" and "realistic" can't quite be applied here, but the monster is very convincing (and appropirately gross). "Monsturd" also benefits from a cast that's better than what I often see in films at this funding level. While there are no award-winning performances, everyone is competent and none of the gags are killed by bad delivery. Again, I have to congratulate the directors for matching their material to a cast capable of bringing it properly to life. (I particularly enjoyed Dan Burr as Dr. Stern. He made a great mad scientist, and his "turd-calls" while searching for the monsturd in the sewers were hilarious.) The soundtrack is the final element that makes "Monsturd" the effective spoof that it is. It's composed in the style of a 1950s monster movie, very bombastic and dramatic... even when it's just someone walking down a hall. Fans of classic horror films will enjoy this movie for the music alone. The film isn't perfect, however. If suffers from jumpy and irratic editing, and, despite the filmmakers' best efforts, the tight budget of the picture does still cripple it at times, despite the very clever efforts to hide the defects. (This is most evident in the scene where Schmitt is shot, and in the various office and interior sets.) Still, "Monsturd" is a film that's hard not to like if you have a sense of humor and a tolerance for splatter of a different sort. Also, aspiring filmmakers should definately check it out, and they should listen to the commentary track, as well as watch the behing-the-scenes footage. It's very interesting and informative stuff, and it'll give insights into how this very effective low-budget comedy came to be, and it will give you some hints and tricks that you might want to model. (One interesting surprising bit of trivia that's mentiion in passing on the commentary track is that few reviewers ever comment on the film's music. That's surprsing to me, because that was the very first thing I noticed about it.) Monsturd Starring: Paul Weiner, Beth West, Dan Burr, Dan West, Rick Popko, Hannah Stangel, and Brad Dosland Director: Rick Popko and Dan West
Emily A (ag) wrote: It sucks but I still like it. Whatever, get out of my face
Battle T (nl) wrote: This was like the sequels to Scream, predictable and plain awful. Not worth watching.
Cody C (ca) wrote: Very underrated. One of the best superhero movies
Jer (ca) wrote: amazing, holy shit, funny as hell!
Barry T (ca) wrote: Really not sure what the point of this was? Its like a cheap version of Funny Games but with no tension or black comedy.James d'arcy is too weak as the villain of the piece and the pacing is just pedestrain. Silly and pointless