Leaving Las Vegas

Leaving Las Vegas

Ben Sanderson, an alcoholic Hollywood screenwriter who lost everything because of his drinking, arrives in Las Vegas to drink himself to death. There, he meets and forms an uneasy friendship and non-interference pact with prostitute Sera.

The movie follows alcoholic screenwriter Ben Sanderson as he drinks himself into oblivion in Las Vegas. There, he meets and forms an uneasy friendship and non-interference pact with prostitute Sera. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Wilman A (br) wrote: Clever and touchy movie, even little bit bored, this movie can give charming and beautiful ending which everybody want to look.

Jayakrishnan R (br) wrote: 74%I was never too much interested in Hindi films, but then again Kahaani is good. I liked it very much than Vidya Balan's previous film Dirty Picture(2012).

Walter M (kr) wrote: When David Rousseau(Jean-Paul Rouve), a writer, travels several hundred kilometers to a small town for a wealthy relative's funeral, he is disappointed to learn that the only thing he will be inheriting is the family dog which is in fact quite dead and stuffed. What he does get is inspiration when the body of Candice Lecoeur(Sophie Quinton), a local cheese spokesmodel and weather person, is found in the snow, a presumed suicide. But Rousseau senses foul play, even though the authorities say otherwise. His investigations bring him to Dr. Juliette Geminy(Arsinee Khanjian), Candice's psychiatrist, who after some pressure reveals that Candice had dreams of being Marilyn Monroe in a previous life. With more than its share of homages and references to the past, "Nobody Else but You" is definitely a movie like they just don't make anymore, that of a shaggy detective in a beatup car running down a mystery in engagingly offbeat fashion. Castle notwithstanding, I usually don't like writers as protagonists but here it works well as I like Rousseau. Plus, the movie gets more sympathy for Marilyn Monroe than any more direct or saner approach would do, even if the movie spells things out a little too forcefully.(And it's a nice touch that somebody says that Candice reminds him of Ann Baxter.) But while the mystery's resolution is lacking, the movie does end on a perfectly bittersweet note.

Andrej C (ca) wrote: What a bullllll of CRAP!!!!

Scott C (ru) wrote: Canadian weirdness. "We can't compete with Hollywood, so let's make films they never would...like ones about necrophilia! Yeah, great idea!"

Caroline P (nl) wrote: Truly Madly Deeply is a sweet emotional film about a woman grieving for her lover. It is not afraid to be awkward and messy like life and grips my heart all the more for it.

Sanity Assassin (br) wrote: i thought it was going to be a bit dull but found it to be very watchable. it was all centered around charlton heston who played his part well. the historical aspect also interested me greatly as it's a time and place i knew nothing of. i could easily watch it again!

Sulien S (au) wrote: Most historically accurate film to come out of Hollywood. I love everything about this movie.

Radhika N (es) wrote: The movie tries to portray the hopelessness of life in a torn society for a boy. He is the brightest student in his class and his teacher thinks he could get to Paris if he wrote a poem and entered it into a competition. However, he doesn't get support from any quarter and life keeps beating him down. A bit too slow and it loses its punch early. The movie tries to portray the desperation and quicksand like hopelessness of an eastern European nation torn from within. By the time the end arrives, it isn't shocking.

Bob W (de) wrote: A Fair McQueen flick. He plays Henry Thomas, a man who was abused as a boy and aspires to a singing career. Too bad he is so psychologically screwed-up to make the right choices.

Adam R (ru) wrote: Cheesy film from the 1940s. I couldn't get into it. (First and only viewing - 11/22/2014)

James D (ru) wrote: Can't wait for the 3rd Austin powers

Patrick M (it) wrote: Glad we went digital

Laurie W (ru) wrote: Considering I had never watched the trailer it certainly did surprise me regarding the plot.Another 'art' film where less is more in terms of visual aesthetic but it works well juxtaposed with such a bittersweet, strong yet characteristically weak protagonist (Swinton).However, at times, it felt almost unbelievable at that was due to such an extreme child character. This would be understandable if Swintons character or the father treated the child different. However, with medically nothing wrong with the child, for him to grow up which such a persona seemed unrealistic. A great performance by all, just a little too much on the 'more' and not enough on the 'less'.