The widow of a murdered record producer recalls her roller-coaster ride of a marriage. Second in the successful "Jessica Sinclaire presents . . ." series of original urban films. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ericka Skolka B (br) wrote: Very different for Gregg Araki but still keeping it real.
Miguel A (it) wrote: Burt Lancaster, j de si habituado a ser maior que a vida, dispe-se a um dos grandes papis da sua carreira neste "The Swimmer", que, apesar de incompreendido aquando da sua estreia, hoje um riqussimo e altamente cativante pedao de cinema alegrico e adiantado perante o seu tempo. Alis, com tanta vaidade a servir de maquilhagem para a dor de um mundo cada vez mais sobrecarregado de celebridades e socialites, o tempo de "The Swimmer" hoje e amanh. Mas essa apenas uma das abordagens possveis a um argumento que tem ideias s pazadas e a convico de um atleta certo de que vai ganhar a maratona. No entanto era difcil perder ou vacilar quando Lancaster assume herculeamente a misso de representar todos os fardos do homem em hora e meia. Apetece pegar em 10 scares mal atribudos e ir coloc-los dentro do seu caixo. "The Swimmer" - com alguns rasgos avant-garde e um elenco impecvel - um arrebatador filme sobre as mais diversas dimenses da condio humana.
LEANN Z (kr) wrote: IS THIS OUT ON VIDEO YET??
Lee P (ru) wrote: in collection...not seen it
Jay R (nl) wrote: Roommates is a wonderful story about an extended family that needs its grandfather to fill in for their mother who has died tragically young, and a grandfather who needs a reason to go on living. Together they muddle through life, with the kids, the son, and the father all becoming emotionlly with the passing of time. There are many touching moments in the film, not the least of which is the lump-in-your-throat ending. Definitely a chick-flick worth checking out by real men who are not afraid of their emotions. Right up there with "Door-to-Door", and "Steel Magnolias."
Ian C (br) wrote: Lance Armstrong. No shame. A stunning performance from Ben Foster.
Isadore H (gb) wrote: Point Break features Keanu Reeves, Patrick Swayze, and some good ol' 80's cheese. The plot is pretty good, the script is well written as well, and the acting is not too bad either, the two leads do a great job, and Gary Busey is always a plus. There were definitely a few corny moments and some parts that were questionable, and the second half of the movie featured everyone screaming through their lines while pulling off extreme stunts. In the end though, it sort of worked towards the film in a strange way. It kind of features the good-spirited attitude that Independence Day offers, even if it fails to to totally work all the time. Point Break is more of a cult classic, but still one I enjoyed
Josh M (ag) wrote: the opening music warns you "this is the last of the trilogy's money."
Andy C (ag) wrote: A haunting portrait of the Nazi Concentration Camps. Resnais' documentary masterpiece is a must see for all.
Nicki M (br) wrote: Switched it off after 20 minutes. Pretty dull viewing and not best cast either.
Josh P (au) wrote: The twisted Wizard Of Oz-like fantasy I never expected. Perhaps you would never see David Bowie in anything like this before. Nor would you expect to see a film both Hanson and Lucas had done together. The plot is INTERESTING. Creature and puppet design looks ABSORBING. My only concern about this film is the difficulty the production had during the making. A few shots begin and end with a very minor flash. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Alexandra P (au) wrote: Exceptionally pretty and delicate visuals and story.
Renee L (ag) wrote: Cool in a throwback kind of way. If you were a kid in the 70s, it will be easy for you to imagine this movie happening to you, because the 70s were just very creepy in general. Burgess Meredith is always welcome in any movie I see, and Bette Davis is a delight.
ken k (kr) wrote: I could not disagree more what the critics here say about this film. Not only did it hold me in it's grip but I was amazed at the quality of it's actors, direction and photography. Sure there was some C'mon moments but movies are meant to entertain and this one most certainly did.