Kissed

Kissed

Over the years, a child's romantic ideals about death blossom into necrophilia, the study of embalming and the most profound relationship of her life.

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Jonathan K (fr) wrote: Don't take any notice of the synopsis. GREAT FILM. Strong but flawed characters, resonance and meaning.

Matheus S (ca) wrote: O melhor filme de heris da DC SEM DVIDAS. At hoje no vi um filme da DC que batesse O Cavaleiro das Trevas. Esse filme sensacional. Ainda mais por causa do Coringa do Heath Ledger que insupervel.

Eric W (ca) wrote: A decent low budget depiction of terrible issues that is marred by poor writing. The cast do what they can with the cliche script. Interesting how the neighbor is described as a " hostile right-winger" and not homophobic or prejudicial. For a church that wants to save souls and preach the good word they really need to work on their sales pitch "You will burn in HELL and you make me SICK!!! but here's a pamphlet and we'd like you to come on by".

Jbells16 B (au) wrote: This movie was very refreshing.

Grant T (mx) wrote: It is an uneven film to be sure, but vanilla sky unfolds into something beautiful. Tom cruise is better than ever, and he is supported nicely by a good cast and crew. Cameron Crowe's vision was much more intense, elaborate, and in depth than I would have guessed. The film also has a few nice messages, and we cannot live life full of regrets due to the chances we "could have" had.

Kenneth E (kr) wrote: The first and only "Road" picture in color emphasizes the exotic South-Sea location, which increases the humorousness of Hope and Crosby's famed international havoc. While it does not slam-dunk in the comic-absurdity department as "Road to Morocco," and while the actors' aging definitely shows, this is still a funny little film with enough good songs, pretty girls, and slack-stick humor to satisfy followers of the "Road" series.