It's young Lucy's first day as a trainee in-house caregiver. She visits Mrs Jessel, an old woman who lies in cerebral coma, by herself, in her large desolate house. Learning by accident that Mrs Jessel, a former dance teacher of repute, supposedly possesses a treasure somewhere in the house, Lucy and friends William and Ben decide to search the house in the hope of finding it. At night, they get into the house, which reveals itself to be increasingly peculiar. Their hunt for Mrs Jessel's treasure leads them into a horrifying supernatural series of events that will change Lucy forever..
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Bruce B (it) wrote: Unfortunately 7 Seconds was like so many other films. Just because you have a good idea on a plot doesn't mean you'll get a good movie if there is poor execution. Outside of Wesley Snipes, the rest of the cast was absolutely horrible. The acting was so bad that the few scenes in the film that were meant to deliver emotion fell flat on their faces. Even worse than the acting was the pathetic action sequences. The car chases were a joke and the gun fights and fist fights were even more ridiculous. Seeing random things blowing up in an unrealistic way doesn't do anyone any good. The only reason this movie is even watchable is because Snipes is still great and the story was mildly interesting.
Jessica H (gb) wrote: A bit silly, but a fun way to introduce teens to shakespear.
Brandon H (jp) wrote: terrible in every way, especially in the details. it's the only movie i've ever seen that tried to pull off a semi-automatic rocket launcher
Michael W (fr) wrote: Post-nuclear fallout has segragated males and females in tribal warfare. Probably should expect better results from a Cannon/Golan-Globus production but still better than the last Mad Max film. A handful of laughs reserved for the Yeti but overall not played serious enough.
Luis M (kr) wrote: O que dizer deste filme? Uma brilhante actuao de Marlon Brando numa pea sobre lealdade e respeito. Simplesmente fantstico mesmo 60 anos depois
Callie M (fr) wrote: I love Don Knotts but that was a trainwreck. So terrible.
Brendan R (jp) wrote: Once again, Bulldog Drummond is due to get married and something might get in his way. To prevent the trouble, he and his trusty butler have removed all the guns from the house, cut the telephone line, stayed in for a week and, to be sure they didn?t wander, removed all the pants from the house. These precautions aside, their friend gets kidnapped to Morocco and BD and pals rush in to save the day, which they do to our delight. A creepy spy in a bad goatee captures Bulldog?s friend and tries to get him to talk by treating him civilly and threatening his life. He?s a mix between a bond villain and Erich von Stroheim in The Grand Illusion. All honor and stuff. * As usual, Bulldog is delightfully scallywaggish, gleefully trying to escape his Moroccan guards by tying sheets together to hang out the window. When the guards want to know where Drummond has gone, his friends say he?s ?having his bath.? It takes them several minutes to remember that his room has no private bathroom. * Playing Jeeves to Bulldog?s Wooster, the butler saves the day over and over. * Algy didn?t get as many opportunities to be an ass in this movie as he did in the last one. He was enjoyable nonetheless. * No severed limbs, though the bomb they planted on the underside of Bulldog?s plane went up quite nicely. * The landing scene taught me something about old-timey aviation: he had a ?flares? lever to pull that dropped a series of flares on the ground, improvising a runway for himself. Pretty sweet.
Four Star F (ru) wrote: Directed by F.W. Murnau, this silent film follows the lives of a man and his wife. A woman from the city meets the man and suggests that he drown his wife and sell his farm so they can be together. Then, the man takes his innocent wife out on the lake with evil intentions. He is about to go through with it but ultimately cannot. The wife flees and they take a trolley to the city. The man asks for her forgiveness and they walk through the city finally reconciled. Over the day they get their picture taken, go in a barber shop, and have fun at an amusement park. They travel back home by boat and then a massive storm hits. The man searches for his wife to no avail and then he encounters the exuberant city woman. In his anger he begins to choke her but his wife is still alive! He rushes to her bedside and they kiss. This film is wonderfully complex and artistic for a film without any talking. Unlike Chaplin or Keaton this is a great dramatic silent film that does not utilize slapstick comedy.
Issac C (kr) wrote: Such an exhilarating and exciting movie with beautiful graphics and an amazing concept, can't wait to see future installments.
Alejandro A (jp) wrote: Just utterly painful to watch.
Jonathan S (fr) wrote: Funny and intense. A very good chess movie and Maguire's performance was outstanding.
Mia F (fr) wrote: Yes I actually watched this! Ha!