Open Doors

Open Doors

Tommaso Scalia is a man who commits three murders: he killed his superior who sacked him, he kills the man who replaced him, and he kills his own wife. He wants a quick trial and an early execution, but an earnest, principled assistant judge looks for a way to save the murderer from being shot, because he does not belive in capital punishment. Although he manages to save the man initially, he will pay a high price for it.

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Jason E (es) wrote: I can't believe I'm saying this... I liked it. I am a guy who likes the Tinker Bell movie. For the most part. It does well to expand on what's a relatively minor detail in the Peter Pan mythology, turning it into an entire world unto itself. Fairies being born from babies' laughs and Tinker Bell fixing pots and pans are details that were ripped straight from the source material. The latter was expanded upon, turning Disney's fairy icon into a gadgeteer genius. What's also a nice detail is that the lead, who would normally have some kind of super special power, is instead essentially the muggle equivalent to fairy world, with her skills being relatively mundane when compared to her costars. I have one complaint, and it's a pretty big one: the story as a whole feels like an episode of a television series. There is so much padding in this movie, it's easy to forget that it is a movie. You could say "Well, what did you expect from DisneyToon Studios?" I don't expect much from DisneyToon Studios, but I do expect quite a bit from executive producer John Lasseter. Well, considering that the movie was rewritten after Lasseter took over, it's likely that this was just the best he could do with what was there. And for what it is, I'm glad I saw it. It's not perfect, but I enjoyed it, and I'm not ashamed to admit that.

Kirk B (de) wrote: I guess I just don't like jerk guy works hard makes tons of cash rejects family and is still a jerk movies. That said it is a well made movie, well acted, solid script and beautifully shot. I still don't like it.

BRUNO V (fr) wrote: Good enough for me !

Eric O (ca) wrote: Kind of torn here, not a fan of creepy movies, especially when they have to do with clueless people, and I understand it is to help the story move along. For what it is worth, the writers did a great job in creating a character that Ellen DeGeneres could perform really well. Have to say my favorite character was John Livingston (Walter). His performance was the most believable of the entire cast. Great movie to watch if you're an Ellen fan.

Benjamin O (gb) wrote: Jittery masterpiece.

Jerem M (gb) wrote: Dull, cheesy 60s schlock chock full of corny musical scenes and littered with dated fashion/direction/post-production. It's really only good for a peek into how bad the 60s could get. Plus it's about (ugh) show business.

Priyu K (br) wrote: one of the bleakest black and whites , spare the mother and the whore

Wes S (es) wrote: Not a very exciting story, it's just too typical and relays too much similarities with werewolf films. The characters are dull, the action is minor, and the ending is stale. Interesting moments here and there, but otherwise it is forgettable.

Katie R (es) wrote: This movie gets a lot of crap for the lack of chemistry between Garbo and Montgomery. People who say that aren't looking at the movie closely enough. It's about this genuinely messed up romance between the open, free spirited Garbo and the uptight and repressed Montgomery. That "lack of chemistry" is actually just really great performances, with a wonderful chemistry bubbling underneath.

Andr D (es) wrote: "Analyze This" es la pelcula que por fin permite que Robert DeNiro salga avante en una comedia. DeNiro deconstruye sus papeles de gnster en "Goodfellas", "Mean Street" y "Casino" (e inclusive sus personajes de "Raging Bull" y "Taxi Driver") para hacernos rer a carcajadas interpretando a un mafioso con una crisis emocional. Billy Crystal es tambin muy gracioso como el psicoanalista que a regaadientes lo somete a terapia, pero es la slida direccin de Harold Ramis ("Groundhog Day") la que merece una mencin especial.

Dave C (us) wrote: Strange and strangely appealing film by Julian Schnabel about Cuban writer Reinaldo Arenas. Bardem is very good and there are truly weird cameos by Sean Penn and Johnny Depp (too weird for description really!).Well worth hunting out.

Dalton B (kr) wrote: poorly written ending tada everyone died. way to sell a movie to the public. glad I didn't buy it.