In Paris, a young American who works as a Michael Jackson lookalike meets Marilyn Monroe, who invites him to her commune in Scotland, where she lives with Charlie Chaplin and her daughter, Shirley Temple. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Paris, a young American who works as a Michael Jackson lookalike meets Marilyn Monroe, who invites him to her commune in Scotland, where she lives with Charlie Chaplin and her daughter, Shirley Temple.
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Jean E (it) wrote: Rob Zombie never lets me down.. I loved it.. the end wasn't up to my expectations but, I feel that he may want to make a 2nd part or atleast I hope he does.. I will watch any horror flix he makes or remakes.. His mind and his way with the ART of Horror movies.. He has a eye for the blood and gore I love..
Pavandeep S (fr) wrote: Just saw this, and what a delight. I can't and probably never will forget the camera movement of this film, it was just fascinating. Tony Leung is a brilliant actor and I must say, brilliant acting and directing and you have this stupendous piece of film. The entire film was just startling, the narrative just makes you awed at how it was done, the pacing, the structure. Seriously wonderful.2nd Viewing: For me, this particularly memorable phrase is the most stunning thing about the film as it explains a lot.''He not only gets inside me, he worms his way into my heart like a snake. Deeper. All the way in. I take him in like a slave. I play my part faithfully so I, too, can get to his heart...''Can you imagine, viewing the end, how much that was not true at all? A female who changes and a male who is as spineless as he was. The reversals seen in dialogue, like the 'whore' and who really was a whore and how the female, as empowered as she was, was undone by her feminity. Easily one of the best East Asian films ever
Private U (jp) wrote: Un road movie et thriller bien mene, original, et bien interprete. Un tres bon moment.
Scott T (jp) wrote: wow. I've never seen a movie this bad before. Not since the last airbender. Wow. Just wow.
Andy J (ru) wrote: Tracy and Hepburn's most underrated collaboration. The move effortlessly through great dialogue, with some obvious improv. A lot of fun, should be considered a holiday classis (a lot of Christmas scenes).
Alexander C (kr) wrote: ''Go as you wish. That which is yours will always return to you. That which you take will always be taken from you.''At the end of the Civil War, a colonel hunts down a man with whom he has a grudge.Liam Neeson: CarverPierce Brosnan: GideonSeraphim Falls is a western which boasts some fantastic landscapes and scenery and a plot that is a chase. What starts as a man hunting another for revenge and vengeance escalates into a climactic showdown.I love how the film doesn't give you a black or white perspective of a good guy bad guy. Sometimes in life there isn't either and Seraphim Falls shows this. Each man having a reason for his actions, a price paid by a past unable to be forgotten.Both men are connected on a level which i found fascinating even their dreams overlapping in one instance totally sucked me in.Pierce Brosnan was fantastic as the bearded Wonderfully named Gideon who's on the run from Carver. He has a charisma and resourcefulness in his role that has to marveled at.Liam Neeson as Carver is a cold intelligent man haunted by the past as he tries to track down Gideon. As it progresses we find that all is not what appears to be.My only downside is that it tends to get abit boring in some areas yet makes up for it with its symbolism in others especially as it nears the final showdown in the desert.The result is a revelation that will pack a powerful impact on the emotions.
ritu b (ru) wrote: Lots of plot twists and although got a little old by the end- was extremely entertaining. Keeps you guessing!!
Ellis W (jp) wrote: I just didn't get it.