Only You

Only You

A childhood incident has convinced Faith Corvatch that her true love is a guy named "Damon Bradley," but she has yet to meet him. Preparing to settle down and marry a foot doctor, Faith impulsively flies to Venice when it seems that she may be able to finally encounter the man of her dreams. Instead, she meets the charming Peter Wright. But can they fall in love if she still believes that she is intended to be with someone else?

Destiny. Faith (Marisa Tomei) believes that two soul-mates can be united if they find each other. From the Ouija board, she has found the name of her missing half, and it is D-A-M-O-N ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matt H (it) wrote: An attempt to capture the sense of fun of Ocean's 11, but it doesn't have the same talent on and off the screen.

Mike M (gb) wrote: It's an interesting predicament to put one's hero in, and there's a germ of a very good idea in the way Mendoza draws it out so - in effect, turning "Kinatay" into the most warped police procedural of all time - but he doesn't as yet have the technique to make this process anything other than tedious... As the van carrying these bad lieutenants sputtered on into the night - stopping only so they can get out and pee - I was scarcely able to restrain myself from shouting "Are we there yet?" and curling up on the back seat. "Kinatay" is not the reprehensible outrage some claimed it to be in Cannes, more naive and ill-considered, the sort of project the directors of all those Danny Dyer films would embark upon if they had a couple more GCSEs under their belts (Thomas Clay springs to mind). If anything, it's an essentially moral work, wondering just what on earth we're prepared to do to fit in. Mendoza doesn't help his cause, though, by picking an extreme example: by and large, "fitting in" doesn't mean acquiescing to the dismemberment of streetwalkers. Even the "Hollyoaks"-level German yoof drama "The Wave" understood there are degrees of complicity; that you can, if you so choose, dip a toe into evil before you bellyflop into its deeper ends.

JE A (kr) wrote: One of the best docos ever. Proof that lesbians (when given minimal funding and proper motivation) can basically accomplish anything.

Camille L (us) wrote: La plus grande qualite de l'adaptation de Miami Vice par son producteur executif Michael Mann est aussi son plus gros defaut : le rapport ambigu qu'elle a avec le materiau original. En effet, si la relation entre les membres de l'equipe sont totalement laisses a l'abandon, le film parvient a s'affranchir de la serie tout en gardant le ton des dernieres saisons de celle-ci. En effet, tout est noir dans ce Miami Vice et Sonny Crockett gagne en epaisseur. Si Colin Farrell n'arrive pas a la cheville de Don Johnson, il livre une performance admirable dans un role quasi-muet (a l'image du film). Les rares scenes d'action sont d'une violence seche et efficace et la gestion de la bande-son est, comme d'habitude chez Mann, adequate. Il a beau etre un de ses moins bons films, Miami Vice reste un thriller assez original pour etre souligne.

Thomas P (mx) wrote: Interesting and very creative when it first came out, but doesn't hold up as well on dvd where you can see the monsters more clearly upon second view.The element of surprise is compromised outside of the theatre.3 out of 5

Alec B (br) wrote: The plot line was thinning but this series is still so addictive and self aware and Comic throughout all the intense action!

Estelle W (jp) wrote: aparently good but not

Serena S (gb) wrote: Truly wonderful. Natalie Wood is amazing (as always) and Robert Redford is looking fiiine! Absolutley love it.

Jon S (kr) wrote: Based on the novel by Edward Beach, this is a classic submarine film. Lancaster and Gable are very good in this. If you like submarine based drama, this will entertain.

Jamie B (fr) wrote: Good movie, but that theme song is where it's at.

Moya W (au) wrote: Hope Springs is the story about escaping your life, about letting yourself be happy again...happier. Colin Firth does a fairly good job as the British artist Colin Ware, as he progressively falls for the enthusiastic but beautiful Mandy (Heather Graham), although trouble keeps rushing in when his ex fiance Vera (Minnie Driver) arrives. This was an okay romantic comedy , even though it never really made me laugh. It had depth and a storyline that spoke to me, although the movie in itself never really started to speak to me at all. It felt like it never actually began. The beginning of this movie didn't grab my sleeves and pull my heart out, forcing me to stay seated because of the heart-clenching movie. I stayed seated because I had to know the end, not because I loved the movie, but because of the anxious feeling I have when not knowing. Not knowing the ending, despite the fact that it wasn't good in the first place. Although, you never know, they might turn out to be worthwhile in the end, and guess what? This one did.

Jeffrow R (ag) wrote: A unique storyline with a lot of intrigue, but the comedy trio of Bateman/Sudeikis/Day deliver at best an average performance in what is ultimately a moderately funny flick.

Fredrik S (au) wrote: This is a terribly theatrical and overly convoluted film that is still a worthwile watch for its extremely starstudded cast. And for the fabulous clothes. I really want one of those tweed suits that Sean Connery wears...

Fong K (de) wrote: An engaging expos on cycling career of Lance Armstrong, a disgraced former seven-time champion of Tour de France, that is fuelled by dope and vanity.