One Perfect Day
Tommy Matisse, a gifted musician, undertakes an odyssey of self-discovery and tragedy in Melbourne's dance music scene.
- Stars:Sean Hayes, Jeremy Northam, Paula Cale, Sarah Manninen, Kate Levering, Scott McCord, Steve Brinder, Rhona Shekter, Conrad Dunn, Bill Lake, Tony Nappo, David Eisner, Aron Tager, Robert Morelli, Dan Spielman, Leeanna Walsman, Nathan Phillips, Dawn Klingberg, Leigh Whannell, Frank Gallacher, Malcolm Robertson, Josephine Eberhard, Roy Davies, Amy McKay, Toni Joel, Abbie Cornish, Nathan Wentworth, Alex Menglet, Kerry Armstrong,
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Ben M (mx) wrote: I want this to be Suicide Squad Movie! Please! It's sooooooooooooooo good!!!
Peyton C (ca) wrote: Funny and perfectly cast. Segel and Rudd have more chemistry than Rudd and Seann William Scott did, which is saying something.
Dylan N (au) wrote: Watched this on Netflix instant stream. It was pretty funny, but it was one of those movies that had it's moments. The coach is a little messed up in the head, and at times you are saying "what the hell is this guy thinking?". Check it out if you like slapstick humor or Seann William Scott.
Melissa M (jp) wrote: I didn't think the acting was bad (though not all the best)....The story was good. This is something people should watch and think about.
Bill B (us) wrote: I gave this film a second look recently and i have to say that it's grown on me quite a bit, presumably knowing where it is going in the end goes a long ways towards letting the mild spooky bits work on your head. There aren't a ton of scares to be had, but the idea that items continue to move in rooms when you're not looking at them is very unsettling to me, and a trope that I really enjoy in a film.Rental.
Richard R (ru) wrote: Pathetic in every way.
Kristina E (mx) wrote: this was filmed in a little town i used to live in all of downtown was overcrowed and covered in fake snow:P pretty crappy movie though filmed in little revelstoke bc canada or revelstoke alaska as it is in the movie:P
Drew H (au) wrote: does justice to the original and Temuera is brilliant again but where the hell did Jakes son Sonny come from? He wasn't in Warriors that's for sure.
Joanne M (es) wrote: Stuipid but I liked it
Jeffrey D (mx) wrote: I did a project on this film for a class on immigration and sexuality. Definitely an interesting movie, with both William Hurt and Raul Julia giving great performances. A little slow and a little dated, but I give it a decent recommendation.
Johnathan M (br) wrote: How is it that no one mentions any of the other fights besides Jackie Vs. Benny? Sammo & Yuen are also insane in this -- much respect!
Keenan B (br) wrote: The worst film I have ever seen so far!
Hannah M (au) wrote: A long production, but David Tennant is refreshingly *alive* as Hamlet. I've seen Shakespeare's lines droned, intoned, solemnly recited, or campy and over-the-top, but Tennant is wonderful in this role. The rest of the cast is adequate - Patrick Stewart is an acceptably treacherous Claudius, and Penny Downie is a wonderful Gertrude. Mariah Gale as Ophelia is by far the weakest of the actors, but she really has very little to do with the play, and it's well worth the watch to see Tennant's take on a very old character. Nicely done.
Christopher H (gb) wrote: One of my favorite Joan Crawford movies. Some really impressive dialog! No doubt a huge inspiration to Faye Dunaway in Mommie Dearest.