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Bess C (ag) wrote: Very pretty, thoughtful. Not exactly cheerful.
Dabangg S (es) wrote: Nice Description of Gandhiji....
Jennifer S (gb) wrote: I hope this movie was intended to be a comedy. I gave it 1 star because I found it pretty funny.
Nicholas L (kr) wrote: Kontroll, a 2-hours movie filmed entirely in the subway feeds us with more questions than answers. The movie seems to have no theme, except to illustrate an erratic and a lunatic world, take place in a confined space. No background is provided for the characters, which appear complex and interesting. Yet, it manages to generate your curiosity because you want to know more. It is dark and grim with occasional splashes of black humour. An audacious effort for a first time director.
jim d (ru) wrote: Naked Ryan Phillippe arse...a family life that is so messed up you hope there really aren't people living lives like this...and some twisting plot lines result in a watchable film. But, the dialogue in spots was almost laughably awkward...the performances were just adequate...and there weren't enough scenes with Ryan Phillipe's naked arse. ;-)
Nicole T (ca) wrote: Oh, Julia Roberts, you fail at a British accent...
Joe B (ag) wrote: It seems a Japanese TV channel, available here in Shanghai is showing a season of films celebrating Charlton Hestons fantastic career in the movies. Unfortunately, the movie 'Counterpoint' was not listed on FLIXSTER (very poor show), and so I will write about both 'Counterpoint' and 'Gray Lady Down' here. Counterpoint tells the story of a hardnosed orchestra conductor, who is captured by the Germans, and told his ochestra will be kept alive as long as they are ready to perform a concert for their captors. Heston disagrees on principle, but it forced to rethink after he is told the deal is only valid if HE conducts. The movie is a fine example of how two characters can face each other respectfully, and yet be so at odds with each others views. We are desperately lacking films like this these days, and even more so, desperately missing someone with the charisma of Heston. 4 STARS Gray Lady Down, on the other hand, seems all too familiar. With countless 'stuck under the sea' situation movies to choose from, it is only Heston which makes this film remotely interesting. The 70s were a great time for disaster films, and Heston was in most of them.... but here it seems like just a rehash. But one I am grateful for having seen, all the same. TWO STARS
Rohan G (it) wrote: The Duke hits the UK!!!!
Marrick A (nl) wrote: The future for us for real.
Blake P (au) wrote: If you see "Lured" it will be one of the few chances to see Lucille Ball in a [very] dramatic role. Sandra (Ball) is a lonely American showgirl living in London just for fun. Her job is just fine, but when one of her friends goes missing, Scotland Yard suspects it was the work of a serial killer who has been placing ads in the paper for romance. The strange thing is, is that they have all been showgirls. They hire Sandra to catch the killer, but on the way she [of course] falls for a suave man (Sanders) who just might be the guy wanted. But will she be able to keep going with her work? "Lured" is a fun whodunit that I think anybody could be entertained by. This was one of Ball's few dramatic roles (and also her last) and it is really one of her best. Though this film was not a success in its day, most Lucy fans consider it to be one of her best films. "Lured" is not a typical film noir-- a woman going undercover for the cops is unheard of, and the topic of a serial killer on the loose was not very popular at the time. I can't even see why this was such a failure. Director Douglas Sirk always made soapers, and this is one of the times he takes a break from it. He keeps you at the edge of your seat until the last ten minutes, and for a huge portion of the movie you suspect somebody else as the killer. And along the way, I can't not say that you suspect a number of people, especially Boris Karloff as a psychotic dress designer. "Lured" is a very good movie that is really worth seeing.
Grant S (us) wrote: Intriguing crime-drama. Set-up is great. Plot development is good - suspense is maintained throughout. Plot is interesting, but not watertight - some things just don't gel. Dialogue is a bit cliched at times. Ending also feels a bit unrealistic.This all said, quite entertaining and always intriguing.Good performance from Nicholas Cage in the lead role. Lara Flynn Boyle puts in a solid performance as the femme fatale. Dennis Hopper overdoes the theatrics though.Supporting cast are OK. Best of the bunch would be Timothy Carhart as the lead Deputy Sheriff.
Diana R (br) wrote: i want to see this movie in tv its to funny.. Loved it ...lmao