Madame Tutli-Putli boards the Night Train, weighed down with all her earthly possessions and the ghosts of her past. She travels alone, facing both the kindness and menace of strangers. As day descends into dark, she finds herself caught up in a desperate metaphysical adventure.
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(jp) wrote: Drama en el que se tocan varios temas difciles y hasta polmicos, el argumento central gira en torno a la adopcin y el posible reencuentro de padres biolgicos con su hijos dados en adopcin, sin embargo, se entremezclan temas como la migracin, trato a los adultos mayores, adiccin al trabajo, etc., en un filme en el que el final agridulce la vuelve buena.
(au) wrote: Charming and surprising. Watch it when you have nothing else to do.
(es) wrote: Gripping and educational.
(mx) wrote: Even with some painfully bad dialogue, I still enjoyed this movie. But then I pretty much like any gay movie where the couples get/stay together!
(us) wrote: An interesting story and the directing is top notch. But it drags on with not much excitement.
(kr) wrote: A fresh and unique take on the Vampire lare that benefits from it's original story.
(kr) wrote: Night Moves is the best film I have ever seen. It is classic neo-noir storytelling right from the get-go, with uncanny performances and with a completely gut wrenching ending. Harry Moseby(Gene Hackman) is on to find a missing girl which then takes him on a trip to the Florida Keys where he starts to find out that there is more secrets at hand with the people he is associating around with. Plus to make matters worst his wife Ellen(Susan Clark) is cheating on him. One of Arthur Penn's best films and definetly my fav of all time. Another review by an imdb user who goes by the name of Keith. Best review imo. **** Nick (Kenneth Mars) is a collector of pre-Columbian artifacts, illegal to obtain. He buys these items from stunt director Joey Ziegler (Edward Binns) who has a neat operation going on using stuntmen to get them from Yucatan. Marv Ellman (Anthony Costello) flies them into the US and drops them off in Florida to be picked up by Tom Iverson and Paula. All is fine until Tom's stepdaughter Dilly (Melanie Griffith) leaves her mother, Arleen (Janet Ward), to go live with him. This upsets Nick as a horny teenager might ruin the deal they have going on. Therefore, he makes Arleen hire Harry Moseby to fetch her back. Arleen needs to have Dilly back to get her monthly alimony. Harry finds Dilly in Florida in no time. Things go wrong when Marv has an accident and dies while transporting an artifact. During a dive, Dilly finds the plane and recognizes Marv. Tom (John Crawford) and Paula (Jennifer Warren) tell Harry they'll call the coast guard, but don't for obvious reasons. Harry takes Dilly back to LA. Dilly tells her friends Quentin (James Woods) and Joey that the corpse she saw during the dive was Marv's. She's a dangerous witness to Joey, who gets her killed during a stunt. Quentin smells something fishy and goes to Florida to investigate. Tom kills him. Harry goes to Florida to investigate too, beats Tom senseless and discovers half this plot from Paula. He makes Paula take him out on a boat ride to the submerged plane. While Paula is diving to retrieve the artifact, Joey shows up flying a plane and kills Paula, then tries to kill the boat owner, Tom. It got too dangerous for Joey - he wants to get rid of all his team. He doesn't know it's Harry on the boat instead of Tom. As his plane is sinking he kind of apologizes to Harry. Then again, since Joey killed Dilly, I don't think he'd have any problems offing Harry too. Harry is left alone, on a boat that's going round in circles and is angry with himself for not seeing this plot sooner. As Harry had said about that chess player, "He didn't see it. He played something else and he lost. He must have regretted it every day of his life. I know I would have." If he is rescued, he'll regret this case for the rest of his life...
(gb) wrote: The integration of more elements from the games was promising but it's a mess of a film that gets worse and worse as it progresses. More of the same pg-13 action disguised as horror. Nemesis was an ungodly disappointment.
(gb) wrote: When you know how the thriller is going to end and still are interested well that's all because of the actors.
(ru) wrote: I found this movie and more importantly Diane Lanes performance to be stunningly electric. The scene on the bus was shivering. The plot is her having an affair and the overall toll it takes on her family at the end....her scenes are beyond erotic and unbelievably sexual...excellent movie and performance by lane.
(kr) wrote: what the freaking nonsense funny is this?
(us) wrote: I'm a huge fan of the old school slashers, but Chucky's tenure was one that slipped past me until very recently. A great shame, since it is (at least in his first entry) one of the best. Jason is a shark, Freddy's a trickster, but Chucky is just a straight up creep. It takes a lot to make a doll frightening, but somehow they are mostly successful here. There are moments in the film when someone will do something stupid (like throw Chucky across the room giving him time to escape) just for the sake of giving him a chance to come back, but these are thankfully few. There are some genuinely tense moments with a major creep factor. The choice to make the prime victim a child is also interesting; somewhat exploitative, but it's adds a greater sense of danger so it mostly works. In the end, Child's Play is great scary fun, and Chucky earns his status as a horror icon.