When a famous star is found dead at an exclusive Christmas Eve party filled with A-list Hollywood types, the police must hold for questioning a group of powerful entertainment industry players who are eager to leave the scene. As they reflect upon the death of their friend, apparently from a drug overdose, the witnesses begin to reflect upon their own life choices, triggering a profound discussion about life and spirituality.
Cary K (de) wrote: It saddens me to see such low reviews on such a beautifully written story. This movie is rich in storyline, authentic and such a pleasure to view! I believe many of the movie reviewers are too young to know a great movie from a poor one. Many have not seen seen the great classics and would rather review a movie that rely's of computer generated special affects rather then true acting ability.This movie has substance, it makes you think, feel and draws you into to it in an intimate way. Those are the qualities of a beautifully crafted movie experience for me...
Michael H (it) wrote: I loved Beverly Hills Chiuahua. Its one of Disney's most underrated movies. But Beverly Hills Chihuaua 2 Is THE MOST DISAPOINTING THING SINCE SUCKER PUNCH! This film is unfunny, painfull and just plain disapointing. Its the same joke used all over again while you watch it in your room hearing the silence of the audience. There is no point for a sequel. Im done with this.50/100 C
Jeff D (ag) wrote: All the Real Girls includes fantastic early performances from Zooey Deschanel and Danny McBride. Director David Gordon Green's second effort doesn't live up to his brilliant debut, George Washington, but it still shows off his ability to capture naturalistic performances and stories.
Emelyn W (ru) wrote: The beginning was the scariest. Be patient with the slow pace, good (or bad??) things will come very soon.
Michael W (us) wrote: Pretty flawed, but it's an angry and passionate film and has plenty to admire.
Scott C (es) wrote: The only semi-decent Egoyan film
Steinar Snr G (es) wrote: Beautiful animation, great voice acting. Cons are that the main character is very muted and bland, side character can ramble from time to time.
William W (us) wrote: Many cinephiles often wonder why I would bother to watch a disgusting piece of senseless trash like 'The Firing Line', but I feel that cinema has many uses, and that even rotten films can be entertaining, thought-provoking, and just as educational as masterpieces. It's useful for growing film-lovers to see hideously-composed scenes and stupid lines, to see what not to do, and to get those wheels spinning in their minds, as to how they would have done something much better.There is much to howl at here. Pivotal cheese of the finest vintage is a scene, in the midst of a Central American country in the chaotic times of civil war--yet Shannon Tweed and Reb Brown strip and neck by a scenic waterfall, and she goes down to give him a blowjob. Great timing. Anyways, there's an hour-and-a-half like that, with something for everybody--especially if you enjoy better-made films from the era like 'Commando'. You could be doing far worse--such as arthouse-wannabes like Lena Dunham's 'Tiny Furniture'...
Becca A (it) wrote: The state is gonna kill three young men, and I can't stand by and watch that happen.
Tim S (ag) wrote: In the vast field of Vincent Price films, there are really two eras in my mode of thinking. There's the William Castle/Roger Corman era where he was used more as a sort of master of ceremonies more than a full-fledged character, and then there's the latter era when he was used more for his acting skills and dealt more in cynical and psychological material. A lot of the British horror alumni went through this, but Vincent Price seems to be the only one of the bunch who was more prolific. Theater of Blood sounds more like a House of Wax type movie than it does anything. It follows a plot more akin to something like The Abominable Dr. Phibes, which was made around the same time. It's about a character seemingly coming back to life to exact revenge against those who wronged him. As opposed to Phibes, this one is much gorier and darker with less cynicism. I liked it, but I kept expecting to laugh along with it, and I didn't do much of that. It's certainly a worth film, being directed by the great Douglas Hickox, but it isn't as clever as its counterparts.
Ryan B (it) wrote: This was a Very very very good episode of a Scooby-Doo Cartoon with WWE Stars. All kids will like this. Better than first one.