Meduzot (the Hebrew word for Jellyfish) tells the story of three very different Israeli women living in Tel Aviv whose intersecting stories weave an unlikely portrait of modern Israeli life... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Meduzot (the Hebrew word for Jellyfish) tells the story of three very different Israeli women living in Tel Aviv whose intersecting stories weave an unlikely portrait of modern Israeli life...
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Rini N (fr) wrote: It took time to finish since it irked me. It worked, Mr. King. I wouldn't dare to read the book.
Eric M (es) wrote: I've never been fired...but I know it would suck....interesting film
Jacob B (gb) wrote: Thanks to a lack of characters we have to care about, I Am Legend brings in one of Will Smith's best performances as well as a solid emotional heft to overcome it's mediocre special effects. B+
Matt C (br) wrote: Beautifully filmed and atmospheric, this is more psychological horror with a few Ringu-style twists, but there is a palpable feeling of traumatic pain and loss at it's heart. I had to read a synopsis to fully make sense of the film, I'm afraid, and almost want to see it again now, so I'm not sure how successful the film is on a narrative level. An intelligent horror film with emotional depth.
TheMumblelover (br) wrote: Very disappointing, script is awful the fight scenes are just ok. Nothing new and quite pointless. Van Damme wasn't too bad though.
Michael W (gb) wrote: While I realize that Christopher Guest's humor is not for everyone, I personally feel that few things in life are as fantastic as "Best In Show".
Ash M (au) wrote: Kubrick movies all need to be watched a lot of times just to understand the metaphors/symbolism he uses within them. This movie has more than any of his other movies.
Heather (kr) wrote: Cute, but I really wish it had been more like the book. The whole tone of the movie is a lot goofier than I remember the book being.
Greg W (gb) wrote: saw this in a free preview screening and really liked it alot though sometimes i was the only one laughing
Brian K (fr) wrote: Sure its a little dated on arrival but you can't help but be charmed by Robert Downey Jr.'s plucky performance.
Orlok W (au) wrote: This is funny and engaging all over--Drying out in the desert!!
Art S (gb) wrote: It is always a pleasure to be in the droll company of Nick and Nora Charles, played to comic perfection by William Powell and Myrna Loy. Here, in the second sequel to the smash hit The Thin Man (1934), they are back to sleuthing even though they are new parents; Nick Jr. is in tow as they head out to Long Island to help munitions tycoon C. Aubrey Smith (the veteran character actor) who is being blackmailed and threatened with murder (and ultimately becomes the victim). Although Nick is always on the look-out for a cocktail, he nevertheless pays attention to the clues as they slip by. Much like many of the other mystery series of the time, there are a number of suspects, some of whom are clearly red herrings - and they all wind up in Nick and Nora's hotel room at the end of the movie. At this point, Nick tells us how he solved the mystery and the murderer is apprehended. Apparently some of this came from an actual Dashiell Hammett story. Yet, even though the film became rather routine (and the joke about Nick being buddies with a bunch of ex-cons and hoods somewhat stale), Powell and Loy slyly make things feel fresh.
Anna R (fr) wrote: A movie full with 90's movie cliches. Young Julia Roberts is fantastic.