The movie centers on Mickey Knox & girlfriend Mallory Wilson, a young couple united by their desire for each other and their common love of violence. Both of them are coldblooded killers who setout on murderous rampage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Angie W (es) wrote: good movie about real Alan and Emma
Griffin H (us) wrote: A strong narration by Alec Baldwin and providing an interesting and breathtaking journey into our biggest curiosity and rising over all cliches making it completely entertaining.
Mark James A (kr) wrote: ...just a monotonous barrage of incomprehensible thoughts put together to synthesize a depth which eventually is nowhere to be found.
Jenn T (it) wrote: Decent enough horror flick I suppose.
Mayra T (ru) wrote: Como todas las de almodovar, no dejan de ser asombrosas... me encant, es novedosa y envolvente, la am (C)
MRS USHER01 (de) wrote: ITS USHER WHAT CAN I SAY!!!
Matt C (kr) wrote: Robin Williams is absolutely phenomenal. The Matt Damon and Ben Affleck combo is pretty stellar too. What a great story and superbly written.
Adrian M (us) wrote: this is an important film. it points out the hypocrisy of the american legal system as well as the hypocrisy within the gay movement that led to the alienation of fellow queers from their own movement based on the idea of "normalcy" as defined by heterosexual gender restrictions. Stonewall (the movie) is relevant to the current situation the queer community is facing. sure, we can dance and kiss in public, but we're still discriminated against by our government and we still are sent off to rehabilitation centers because religious fundamentalists believe we have a sickness that must be cured. but worst of all, we still have an entire sect of the glb community who discriminate against other queers because they break gender expectations by cross dressing or acting "too femme," are part of a lower class or are of a different ethnicity. it is like in an effort to get our foot in the door we've thrusted through presentable upper-class white men and women and ignored the other half of our community. Stonewall (the movement) is dead. the true spirit of the movement is gone. if this film makes even one queer think about our current situation, well, then bravo. but don't watch it and just think "we've come so far." think of how far we have left to go. the Stonewall Girls wouldn't have it any other way. thus ends my rant.
Sandy K (gb) wrote: A story of two romances: one of two Victorian poets, played by Jennifer Ehle and Jeremy Northam; and the other two modern-day literary scholars, played by Gwenyth Paltrow and a scruffy-looking Aaron Eckhart, who stumble upon the evidence of the poets' secret love affair, and fall for each other as they unravel the mystery. I would have liked to see more of the Victorian-era story, but enjoyed the way the two plots entwined. Artfully done!
Brad W (mx) wrote: Tried to cash in on the Three Muskateer70's success. Middling at best.
Stephen M (ru) wrote: An enjoyable western film with another really likable badass character in true Eastwood fashion. The story falls short in originality and is another typical simplified shoot them up story structure. Really wanted more from the story but set expectations low on this one and try not to chuckle like I did over the obvious 1970's costume attire.
Zack P (ag) wrote: Following in the steps of Saludos Amigos, this film presents other cultures very well. However, the last 15-ish minutes drag.
Gome A (br) wrote: It was okay film but I just couldn't believe him being chef ... his face ... too nice to be a kitchen asshole ... Gordon Ramsey on the other hand :P