Jose learns that Nora, the woman he was married to for 30 years and from whom divorced, has committed suicide. The rabbi explains Joseph that due to the celebrations this time of the year, if Nora is not buried that same day, they should wait at least 5 days for the funeral. Nora had planned before his death, a Machiavellian plan in order that Joseph was the one who has to take care of his funeral. But Nora forgot a small detail, a mysterious photograph stored under her bed, that will remind Joseph that the greatest love stories, sometimes are hidden in the smallest places.
This story begins when Jose finds out that Nora, the woman he'd been married to for 30 years and then divorced, has committed suicide. The rabbi explains to Jose that due to the celebration... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hugh H (es) wrote: One if the worst films of all time it was only an accident I gave it half a star. I liked quantum of solace better!
Jamie R (ru) wrote: I love this movie! x
Dave J (it) wrote: Monday, December 5, 2011 (2006) Dark Fields HORROR Nifty poster but terrible film centering on some teens on there way to a rock concert and while driving on the middle of a highway started to look for some gas and stumble onto what they thought was an abandoned farm. The first execution doesn't occur until after the first hour hour which is nothing but a bunch of teenagers babbling pointles drivel, and then when the killings do happen it's not even as grotesque and severe as other slasher films! Bomb
Samantha F (jp) wrote: All right, so its dorky. It gives people a sense of community where they might not have one, a much needed escape, a creative outlet, and apparently the social responsibility to improve the community. It was definitely interesting, but I still don't want to watch the show.
Jessica H (ca) wrote: an irritating and forgetful film.
Caroline W (ag) wrote: Not as good as I thought it would be but quite scary in parts...
Cody M (jp) wrote: This 80's diamond in the ruff has great kid actors and wonderful creativity.
Charlie G (ru) wrote: Classic must see each year.
Ben G (ag) wrote: I loved this movie!!! Anybody who claims that this movie doesn't have a religious element like other Indiana Jones movies doesn't know what the hell there talking about. This movie does have a religious element. The people who built the ancient city of Akator worshiped the aliens as there Gods. The city of Akator is actually a temple that the ancient people built for there God's. Therefore Crystal skulls are a religious artifact. The original name for this movie was "Indiana Jones and the temple of the Gods." Perhaps Spielberg and Lucas should have kept this title in order to prevent morons from misrepresenting the movie.
Spike V (kr) wrote: Rise Of Technovore is an OVA (in Anime lingo), the first of its kind from Marvel and Madhouse. I really enjoyed it. The superheroes were very well adapted (and an honorable mention goes to Reedus as the Punisher). The action was on par with Iron Man 3 and the story could easily be placed between The Avengers and Iron Man 3.The thing that was disturbing about it was the main villain, Zeke Stane. Unlike the superheroes, the villains of this Anime stories seem to be re-envisioned in an Asian way that makes the battle between American style superheroes and Anime style enemies feel weird and very contrasting. This is a problem all Marvel Anime series have encountered, but they have gotten better at it since the X-Men, which I enjoyed as well.Overall, it is very entertaining and action packed, the character designed is gorgeous, the dialogue is quite memorable, but the Asian narrative might be hard to overcome.
Nikki P (ru) wrote: I loved it. I cried maybe 70% through the movie, for some odd reason. I did not even know this movie existed, but I am glad it exists. It is a cute movie and I would watch it again. Both the main actors were great. Love it.