Beneath the world we know, a dangerous lesson is being learned-monsters aren't born...they're made. Janine is a young woman on her way to a new life. But when a freak accident strands her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beneath the world we know, a dangerous lesson is being learned-monsters aren't born...they're made. Janine is a young woman on her way to a new life. But when a freak accident strands her ...
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Yifan Y (kr) wrote: uh... not my type. but hooray for The Enemy.
Tasos L (de) wrote: I must be more careful with my choices, that's for sure !
ida y (nl) wrote: i like it, hritik roshan so handsome
Leonard D (ag) wrote: Denzel Washington is a great actor, and is top notch at everything he plays in, but for this film, it's not his best. This could have been something special, but when the pop culture quality kicks in, I started to care less and less! What a waste of potential!
DRUMMER B (kr) wrote: not so bad,and not so good haha
GMan (fr) wrote: i want to actually sit thru it completely for once and see if my opinion changes but other then that this is a piece of DOG SHIT
pete 1 (fr) wrote: excellent 90s thriller,decent plot and a good cast
Aj V (au) wrote: A predictable thriller romance type story, the actors are okay, and overall the movie is okay, not good or bad, just okay.
Cassie H (mx) wrote: Funny and totally retro movie. I really enjoyed it not seeing it within a year. If you like musicals and unique ones at that you'll really love this movie. I certainly did!
Aj V (au) wrote: This is supposed to be a creepy movie, but it's more funny than creepy. Plus, I really felt for the poor little boy who had no friends, it made Ben not seem as threatening as people think he is in the movie. When the police get involved in the end, it's also pretty funny. I had mixed feelings on this movie, but it was okay.
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Mark Andrew N (gb) wrote: This classic from 1938 has Cary Grant showing off his outstanding comedic and often physical comedic skills, as opposed to the later debonnaire Cary Grant. Witty banter, particularly between Grant and Kate Hepburn, and a good supporting cast make this a must-see.