Great story and a really touching one. It talks about a group of 4 friends going on a road trip, in search for goals and inner-self To "Macky" he's going because he's searching for his long lost best friend from college, whom he had grown to care and loved. To others this was just a vacation or so they thought. Along the travel they realize the emotional and deep attachment to each other, that they are there for each other from best friends to lovers. The story shows some contentment when you finally found the one that you have been searching for. The feeling of doing what you always wanted, its the relief of having said the words that you have been hiding, yet been wanting to shout for a very long time. Its a story of coming clean with your feelings.
Great story and a really touching one. It talks about a group of 4 friends going on a road trip, in search for goals and inner-self To "Macky" he's going because he's searching for his long lost best friend from college, whom he had grown to care and loved. To others this was just a vacation or so they thought. Along the travel they realize the emotional and deep attachment to each other, that they are there for each other from best friends to lovers. The story shows some contentment when you finally found the one that you have been searching for. The feeling of doing what you always wanted, its the relief of having said the words that you have been hiding, yet been wanting to shout for a very long time. Its a story of coming clean with your feelings. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
familiar s (jp) wrote: This work of fiction portrays a story of a devoted father whose voice coincidentally matches with the "Voice of a Murderer". The daughter struggles to find out the bitter truth & defends her father disregarding & even withholding the concrete evidence against him. The climax plays a spoilsport and fails to be convincing enough.
Greg S (jp) wrote: This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. The character's emotions swing wildly and impulsively resembling nothing more than cartoonish extrapolations of humanity. The concept sounded interesting, but the execution was awful. With a good cast like this I expected more - clearly this production had more money than sense.
Brinn O (mx) wrote: The most underrated film ever. Like come on! its not as bad as GHOST FROM MARS. John Carpenter might of made better films then this one, But it is not his worst I can tell you that. Also Chevy Chase really takes his role into action. He's funny and he really knows how to get the audience to laugh. Along with John Carpenters Amazing direction how could you hate on this? oh well your'e loss.
Tom D (fr) wrote: one of larry cohen's best films!
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Stephen E (nl) wrote: "On Golden Pond" may not be a terrific film, but it is a very peaceful, enjoyable experience. The main reason to watch it is because Henry Fonda and Katharine Hepburn are both quite amazing in their portrayal of an aging couple. Both are so strong and perceptive and there's such an undeniable chemistry between them.
cam s (mx) wrote: An absurdist masterpiece, just as relevant now (2014) as when made - at the time of the Vietnam War (1970). Great imagery, camera movement, direction, acting, the lot. Best read the book before seeing the movie (then read the book again!).
Jose M (jp) wrote: Dracula Has Risen from the Grave! Oh no, what can one do? Panic and terror swept through the villages as guess what! Yes, you guessed it... Dracula Has Risen from the Grave. The people here are archetypes of a vampire film. You got Dracula, Jonathan Harker, Mona, Lucy, Renfield, and Van Helsing. Here, Van Helsing is not present, so filmmakers always come up with a character close to Van Helsing. We have a priest and characters close with Dracula (reprised by the immortal Christopher Lee) being the only original character. The characters are in place with a bit of friction from two our male leads. "Do you deny the existence of God?" Questions an infuriated Priest. "I don't deny the existence of God. I just don't believe in God," replies Paul, an atheist. I like the twist here with the characters. Of course, I cannot forget Dracula! He talks! Lee is pretty good once again although he hints reluctance. He's pretty mad here when he discovers a cross in front of his castle thus barring him. Dracula Has Risen from the Grave!
Indi V (nl) wrote: Ingmar Bergman was doing David Lynch before David Lynch. That being said, this movie does have some very fascinating elements.Our story is centered around two women. One is a nurse (Bibi Andersson) charged with taking care of the other (Liv Ullmann), an actress who refuses to speak despite being medically healthy. Of course, both women in this film are anything but healthy.Since the movie is centered so heavily around them, both actresses need to be up to the task of holding our attention for the whole movie. They are up to the task. Liv Ullmann's performance is particularly fascinating. She has maybe two lines in the entire film. We mostly see her reactions to Bibi Andersson discussing various aspects of life. Yet, you're always drawn to Ullmann. With only her facial expressions, she manages to capture your attention. It's very interesting... and incredibly unsettling.That's not to say Bibi Andersson isn't great, too. She's wonderful. 99% of the dialogue in the movie comes from her, but she still paints a fascinating portrait of the nurse. Every story she tells, every moment from her past, rings with emotional honesty.That being said, there are a few... for lack of a better word... really weird things about this film. The beginning is quite bizarre: a film reel showing brief flashes of various images, including a penis and a tarantula, flash by and we open on a boy waking up to read a novel and watch an image of our two actresses merge into one. While it's not hard to see what Bergman was going for, the images during the main part of the story manage to convey the same meaning much more effectively. Of particular note is the scene where we see the same scene twice: once from Ullmann's perspective, then again from Andersson's.Overall, it's a really interesting movie. It features two fantastic performances that really stay with you, but at times it got a little too weird for its own good.
Adam T (ru) wrote: Baz Luhrman's antipodean Gone WIth the Wind-style epic strives to do a lot in its bulky screen time. It's a western, a war movie and on top of that, a social consciousness movie. The latter is its most forced and least convincing element. Nonetheless, it is an entertaining film and features a strong cast of legendary Aussie actors.
Tom M (gb) wrote: Eat Pray Love is about Julia Robert's character trying to find herself but the film does remain interesting throughout its 2+ hour run time to care about her.
Carlos R (ag) wrote: Ben Affleck crafts wonderful films behind the camera and normally pens them too. He deserves all the praise he gets because in his later years he has mastered both acting and directing. The dialogue is believable and absorbing. There is a ton of talk about best intentions & happens while characters act questionably. I love Morgan Freeman as a cop any chance I can get em. On top of that, this adaption of a book is written by the guy who wrote Mystic River.Little Affleck shows his an ability to play a character from his home state. The mysteries winding excellently scene to scene. Critics call this a thriller, but one can also sense the elements of Noir. The cast surrounding him do not disappoint either, of which include the Black Smoke master from Lost and Michelle Monaghan. The narrative flows so naturally with a majority of things clicking for the film.It's always interesting to see these movies give the hints to you, hiding the fact they are clues for the finale. The story causes you to rethink what you would deem good and bad as Casey looks for this missing girl beside the police. You can feel it start to lose you in the middle when a misdirection leads the story to stall, but it comes back stronger for it. The whole thing ends and you are still left with the question "Did he do the right thing"?
Vadim D (nl) wrote: There is a lot going on in here and the film jumps all over the place. Spike Lee definitely attempts to tell an ambitious story, and there are moments when you feel like he almost succeeds. But ultimately the film stumbles over its' own lofty ambitions.