Asthmatic grandmother named Safa and her six-month baby granddaughter Jasmina, are transferred in a humanitarian convoy from the besieged Sarajevo to a peaceful small city at the Adriatic coast. By a combination of circumstances, their first neighbour is an alcoholic named Stipe. He is constantly causing troubles and making their lives complicated. During one of her asthma attacks, having no other choices, Safa rings Stipe's bell and hands him the baby. Stipe starts to temporarily take care about baby Jasmina. Safa dies at the hospital and now Stipe is left alone with the baby. He's clumsy, even funny. She becomes his only mission in life. He is not ready to give Jasmina away to anyone. He loved her as if his own granddaughter even daughter. Suddenly someone is at the door. Stipe recognises Jasmina's mother. In spite of all his internal struggles, he returns Jasmina to her mother. Stipe stays alone, again.
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Milo N (es) wrote: The acting feels slightly manufactured. The story does not have enough to feel compelling.
Ken T (br) wrote: All the critics are in agreement...This is the sequel that never should have been. Even the presence of Jessica Alba and Jason's martial arts skills could save this turkey. Movie would have been over if he had just minded his own business.
Shawn M (ca) wrote: Tripped out, Morbidly Insane Twisted Gore Porn, Ace.
Screen S (jp) wrote: The Inner Room stars four actors nobody has ever heard of any whom audiences will never have a reason to concentrate on again. Imagine every horror film that takes place in the woods that you have ever seen. What springs to mind? Jason from Friday the 13th? Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Hide and Seek? Cabin Fever? Yes, yes and well, yes! How about The Inner Room? No, no, and absolutely not. The Inner Room is about a disgruntled couple that travels to a remote log cabin bed and breakfast to shoot photographs, yaaaaaaawwwwwn. When they arrive their host reveals he is a very lonely widower that loves having guests. He loves them so much that he wants to barbarically butchered to sate the monstrously wicked spirit of his beloved deceased wife. I know, isn't the originality just a KILLER?
Tracy F (it) wrote: A fascinating documentary I have watched twice. Attorney friends, have you watched this? People in my world, have you seen it? Thoughts?
Khaled M (ca) wrote: very nice .. good idea
Michael H (nl) wrote: Con Air is silly, ridiculous, and unbelievable. All the reasons why it still holds up in a time where we should be allowed to turn off our brain and enjoy an ensemble cast enjoying themselves in over-the-top roles.
HHRROCKS (it) wrote: best romance ; nice sweet an soothing songs
Richard A (jp) wrote: In my opinion, the best movie Roger Corman has made, sure the effects aren't Jurassic Park but great fun!
Paul Z (fr) wrote: From the very very beginning during the opening credits sequence, we are given the ominous feeling of paranoia, the feeling with which it's vital to sympathize with Toshiro Mifune's character, an old foundry owner convinced that Japan is on the brink of nuclear obliteration, trying to force his reluctant and resentful family to safety in Brazil.Mifune's performance is so very masculine and real, as are nearly all of them. In this film, he displays a self-assurance that allows him to descend into pathetic helplessness. Of all the post-war Kurosawa films that I've seen so far, I Live In Fear is the most direct and informative. America may feed off of the dread showcased by the Japanese culture in this film and some may feel terribly sad for the individualistic portrayal of the debilitating fear stricken into the immovable hearts of stubborn old men like Mifune's character.Even as early as WWII, I learned, America's most powerful weapon has been fear. However, in those times, it was a much purer, less vain utility. But what about the people it destroys for the sake of its own feeling of security?
Nandi C (br) wrote: Here you have Walter Huston(Angelica's grandfather)playing a self made millionaire with an unsatisfied wife. He sold his car company to another and now he has time on his hands, and the wife suggests a trip to Europe, so he can learn to do more with his "leisure time" as he puts it. Well, they go to Europe via boat and the lady ain't on the ship long when she hooks up with David Niven in a harmless flirtation; Then, Paul Lukas while in Paris, and rents a lodge in Biarritz with him and a mutual friend, making Dodsworth go back home, because as she puts it, " you're growing old, and I don't want to have nothing to do with the track your on" Well, sadly, he goes home to his daughter and new husband but isn't satisfied and takes it out on them. Taking matters in his own hands, he cables the wife to tell her he's on the way, then cable for a private detective to track down Paul Lukas and confirm what he's been thinking. Then when he gets to Paris, confronts them together. Now each time, this sister gets caught, here she goes playing the sob and sorry sister. Sometimes I wonder is Dodsworth is a sap. Anyhow, they end up in Vienna, and gets up with this fella, and this time decides to divorce Dodsworth; Unfortunately, by now, Dods is tired of the same old, and gives her one and gets into Mary Astor. Then the fella that Dod's wife fall for brings his mother to meet her and she DOESN"T approve and plainly tells her so letting her know in no uncertain terms that she will only be the older wife of a younger man. Ouch. after all the pains she went through to be young. So she calls Dods to tell him of the news, and he breaks off with Astor to go to her, but of course, there's a twist. Very interesting and fine film of the 30s.
Ali R (ag) wrote: Jason Statham's best movie ever. This movie reminds me of the game, Full Auto, for Xbox 360.
Tristan A (au) wrote: I'm a sucker for films of this genre anyway, but "Holy Rollers" is in the tier of maybe even "Blow". Eisenberg is his brilliant self and Bartha shows he can do more than just party hard in Vegas or Thailand.
Paul Christopher C (us) wrote: Well for comparison..this movie is nothing compared to the first one..not so convincing acting the story is predictable..even the dances which i think is the core of the movie is not even good..the dance steps are old no innovations like the first movie..the only good part about this movie is the parkour stunts..if your a fan of the first you got served movie then there is a high percentage you'll get disapointed..its just another dance movie..