Next Stop Wonderland

Next Stop Wonderland

A lighthearted story about a man and a woman who seem destined to be together... and the hilarious chain of accidents that seem determined to keep them apart!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:104 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:student,   boat,   fight,  

An unlucky in love nurse finds her life taking a detour when her mother places a personals ad in the paper, while on the other side of Boston, a plumber is trying to change careers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anna C (br) wrote: Interesting vision of the media's privacy abuse from a chinese point of view, but even if the movie is well directed and acted, still in my mind it's too slow and long.

Fahad K (it) wrote: Its all about Mandola! Pankaj Kapur kills!!

Andrew Y (de) wrote: Was OK. Guy reminded me a bit of a young Seth Rogan.

Ben V (mx) wrote: Great movie. They need to make Red Hood/Jason Todd into a live action movie

Megan N (us) wrote: Sweet, funny story about two kids trying to make it on their own. It was sweet and funny even Max liked it.

Kevin M W (mx) wrote: A glossy revenge spin, played light, where characters quip while trading punches to the gut. It's not as amusing as it seems to think it is. And Lucy Liu ... why don't that girl see more work?

Tristan P (kr) wrote: Ghost in the Shell can be enjoyed as a deep, thought provoking film with complex themes and ideas, or as a great action movie with incredible visuals, and a tight, interesting plot. Either way, it's possibly one of the best animated films of all time.

Jennifer S (au) wrote: One of my favourites of all time, this shows Tilda Swinton at her best, as well as Billy Zane at his sexiest (and hairiest). Looks at the issues of life and love through the eyes of a young man, who one day wakes up a couple of hundred years later as a young woman. Go figure!

Karen T (ag) wrote: I ADORE THIS MOVIE SO MUCH.SINGLE MOM AND KIDS........SO CUTE

Shawn W (mx) wrote: Yikes! Errant laser beam takes sarcastic duck from his distant planet to Earth. Based on a Marvel Comics character. Hard to see how anyone would have been pleased with the end product here. Well deserved box office bomb. Can understand though if some feel this has legitimate camp value.

DORIS G (it) wrote: kenny your the best singer for me

Sophia A (ru) wrote: This film really touched me. Forgive me for attempting persuasion via a personal, anecdotal connection. So often, however, I believe that those types of connections explain precisely how art is able to establish leverage and truly move us as viewers or consumers.This film offers a beautiful interpretation of cancer through the eye of a strong, modern woman-interspersed with a kind of very real, magical realism. It was exquisite.Magda (Cruz) reminds me of my very own mother.For as long as I can remember, my mother has told me that one day when she was 28 years old, she saw a vision of a little girl with long brown hair walking away from her in her kitchen. Days later, she found out she was pregnant with me. My mother has a beautiful spirituality that is unique and special. She understood the vision of the girl-a figment her mind, her hope-as a source comfort that she carried with her. Throughout my childhood, she called me, "my little comfort."When I was 10 and my mother 38, she was diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer. She and my father decided to tell me and my older sisters right away. I remember where we stood in the kitchen when they told us. It's frozen like a photograph in my mind. I remember the blood on the floral bandages from her surgeries. I remember the morning she began losing her hair, the smell of the chemotherapy on her arms and cheeks, and watching the needles enter her arms after our 3 1/2 hour drive each Saturday. I remember the way her returning, peppered hair felt on my hands. I remember when that little hair that returned fell out again. I remember her many hats, her first and only tattoos-dotted radiation targets, I remember the night she rocked me and told me that she was not contagious.What I don't remember, however, and perhaps never considered until this film is how she must have felt a loss of her femininity, perhaps her sexuality, her womanhood. How much harder it was to be not only a mother to three daughters-but also a wife and a woman.This film has been reviewed negatively saying that it is melodramatic, unrealistic, and lacks depth. My opinion is so much different. I think it is so interesting that people reacted that way, because to me, I feel that those critiques display an inability to identify real, female depth. The depth of this film can be found in the seemingly unrealistic joy, hope, and selflessness with which Magda repeatedly greets fear in her life. In how she relentlessly chooses to give love, understanding, and forgiveness.The realness of this film can be found in the true story of a woman like my mother.Just as this film helped me realize that my own mother must have struggled in an additional dimension I had never considered, I challenge viewers to watch this film and appreciate the magical strength it would actually take to face a challenge in the way that Magda does. Challenge the judgmental gaze that we, as viewers, so often feel entitled to employ-I think this is a similar judgmental gaze through which we, as a society, feel allows us to scrutinize women. If we view this film honestly, and give its magic a real interpretation instead of something created to "make us cry" or "be a tearjerker", this is when we will see its power. Magda envisions her happiness, she visualizes the goodness even when it is not physically there, and she sources joy from those around her. That is magical and it is real. Thank you for making this film. I cannot wait to tell my mom about it.

Kevin R (br) wrote: You're in danger, grave danger...Julie has recently remarried the man of her dreams after the tragic death of her husband. The man was a friend of the couple and is a successful business man that showers her with gifts and just about anything she asks for; unfortunately, she has a hard time getting over her previous husband's demise. When a friend shares some evidence her new husband may be responsible for her deceased husband's death...she starts going a little crazy. "He nearly killed us both; but he seemed so sorry, so desperately sorry."Andrew Stone, director of Song of Norway, Hi Diddle Diddle, The Last Voyage, The Great Waltz, Ring of Fire, The Steel Trap, and Say It in French, delivers Julie. The storyline for this picture is just okay and not overly dramatic. I felt the film was fairly average for the most part but turns slightly ridiculous towards the end. The acting was solid and the cast includes Doris Day, Jack Kelly, Ann Robinson, Louis Jourdan, Barry Sullivan, and Jack Kruschen. "I was in no mood for golf; after a few holes, I'd had it."I recorded this off Turner Classic Movies (TCM) this past Halloween season and was excited to see a Doris Day picture. This, unfortunately, was very mediocre and could have been better. I thought the final plane sequence was good until she ultimately had to fly the plane (ridiculous). Overall, this is below average and not really worth your time."I want to report a murder."Grade: C-

Filipe C (us) wrote: All life's life is in Forman's Amadeus, a stunning meditation on art, its origins and the triumphantly inspiring nature of creation. It is as compelling as it is heartbreaking.

Dann M (nl) wrote: Cheesy, low-budget schlock, Darkman is a C-list superhero film from writer/director Sam Raimi. After being horribly disfigured when his lab is destroyed by a crime lord, Dr. Peyton Westlake used his synthetic skin grafting equipment to disguise himself in order infiltrate the crime gang and get his revenge. The pilot is extremely convoluted and doesn't really make a lot of sense. And Liam Neeson and Frances McDormand are horribly miscast, delivering excruciatingly bad performances. The sets and special effects are also poorly done, and look incredibly cheap. The one saving grace is Danny Elfman's sweeping score, but there's only so much that a score can do. A convoluted mess, Darkman fails miserable.