A runaway bride promises her dying widowed friend that she will assume her identity and look after her infant child.
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Hrogar H (ru) wrote: You have to really try to make a movie this bad. This is another proof that you can be worst at something but still manage to make a living with. absolutely worst acting. Human beings set down, watched this and agreed to release it.
Jennifer S (ru) wrote: Such an original alien invasion film and the point of view they took was fresh as well. Think I need to watch this again soon.
Jake O (ru) wrote: IT'SSSS AA MASSSTSTAAAA PISS
Richard B (ag) wrote: By no means a good movie, it is still entertaining. These characters react to zombie movie unlike anythink I've ever seen in a zombie film.
Matt S (it) wrote: Jame Garner, that is all
Dr A (ag) wrote: Although the raw images didn't really satisfy me, it did in fact provide a great story... it's filled with quotable lines even if in the realm of the school of hard knocks... filled with crude economics along with images sometimes so harsh for the eyes that I thought I was, at times, watching a "mondo-cane" film... I hope I made myself clear, but it was just that confusing...
Jason P (au) wrote: I can't really give a just review because it was late and I kept falling asleep. But the girl who played the ghost was reallllllly creepy.
Lester Y (fr) wrote: Kind of plodding for a fairly short movie often very nice to look at
Simon D (de) wrote: My first James Dean film, I expected him to be cooler and bit more grown-up. This starts out quite well but really drifts off near the end. I don't know why it is on the lists of best film ever, it clearly isn't. I suppose it may be James Dean's best film and that makes it enough to call it a classic for many. Another overhyped non-classic.
Nathan M (ca) wrote: A fun and entertaining film that shows great respect for a group of people that are mainly mocked in society. Fitting the feel good tone of its subject material, director Brent Hodge allows A Brony Tale to investigate the phenomenon of Bronies in a way that pays homage to them, rather than poking fun. You really see why these people care so much about My Little Pony, even if you don't totally understand. You still appreciate and care about why they care. It matters to them, and so for about 90 minutes it matters to you. The film, just like its subjects, has a good heart, and it makes you feel good to watch it.
Mira Mohd S (de) wrote: I'm not a Jonas brothers fan, frankly I don't even know much about them, except that Disney had produced some films centering around them in order to capitalize on their craze among young teenage girls. Here, The youngest sibling of the band, Nick Jonas, stars in his first adult and serious acting role! After reading an interesting premise, I was disappointed when I found out that this film was going to star Nick Jonas; however after watching it in its entirety, it came clear that he was not the weak link of this Hitchcockian styled thriller. The story follows Doug Martin (Nick Jonas), a handsome self-conscious virgin student who is anticipating going off to an excellent college soon. But in the meantime, it's summer as he and his super-annoying friend are mostly concerned with scoring with the local girls. However, Doug is in for a huge surprise. His new rich neighbor investment banker Elliot Harper (Dermot Mulroney) has a very young and very desirable wife, Lena (Isabel Lucas). After googly eying each other for sometime, they start having an affair. Why she would soon seduced Doug is a puzzler--and Doug is just young and stupid enough not to ask this as well. Soon, he and Lena are having an affair. Not too long after this he's pulled into a conspiracy, one that might just get them sent to prison! What is the conspiracy? Fortunately, the film does have a few nice twists and turns, though none of it seemed all that surprising to me, as a gorgeous and rich woman like this must have some other hidden agenda and my guess is that this is going to run through your mind as well as you watch. Director Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum, who also directed episodes of TV shows like "Gossip Girl," & "Vampire Diaries", brings the similar stylized mushy romance angle, something which makes those shows so popular into this film as well, the result - we are not able to take the thriller angle so seriously. A thriller surrounding a sexy story with adultery, quite a bit of skin and murder are not necessarily very original, but unfortunately the proceedings are at times quite predictable & dull to keep our attention throughout its run time. I think that the relationship between Doug and Lena is what let this film down due to Isabel's casting. I felt as though she did not look old enough to play the alluring cougar which is what made their affair less realistic. Even the ending is a bit too perfect! Frankly compared to crap which comes out every now & then the film is not at all that bad. Surprisingly Nick Jonas was actually pretty good, , he wasn't great but he wasn't as awful as I expected him to be. That being said, it's a good thing that Dermot Mulroney (who is totally wasted) wasn't present in most of the movie because the six time award- winning actor might have out shined his co-star Nick. While he's in his early 20s, he looks younger, so playing a character who is supposed to be 16-17 years- old worked. Isabel Lucas, although stunning, looks a little strange and unnatural with Nick. Regardless of this, she does have the voice, emotionless expression and body language of a classic James Bond girl in the beginning. This works for her as it suits the character she portrays but also might make it look like she cannot act. It would be interesting to see her in something else. So is it worth seeing? Yes, though it isn't a film I'd rush to see- -though some of his old fans (provided they are now old enough to see a rated R movie) might enjoy seeing this harder edged Nick Jonas. On the whole, 'Careful What You Wish For' is your typical thriller that sports the usual plot twists which you will probably be able to figure out before they are revealed. If you can look past concepts from other films being recycled and if you're a fan of Isabel Lucas and/or Nick Jonas, you'll enjoy this film for what it is; but if you were expecting something better, than you will be left feeling disappointed.
Symone H (jp) wrote: If it's by the director of 28 Weeks later I'm expecting a brilliant gore fest!
Art S (ca) wrote: According to the IMDb, Noel Coward thought David Lean screwed up his play in translating it to the screen. Probably, it did lose something because it starts out witty and snappy but descends into less funniness. Nevertheless, Rex Harrison, looking young, is the writer who manages to conjure up his dead first wife from the spirit world (with the help of very wacky medium Margaret Rutherford) much to the consternation of his current wife. So, the set up is great (bringing to mind that Robyn Hitchcock song) but the current wife, played by Constance Cummings, is too hard and too unsympathetic to keep the comedy alive. The final pay-off doesn't quite bring the chortles either. Lean was much better in his Dickens' adaptations.
Andy B (gb) wrote: An awful script with horrendous dialogue and woeful performances to boot. This clunker seems like it can't decide between slasher or spoof, but it becomes painfully obvious when it is funny, it's intention is to scare. Oops.