Our Grand Despair
The peaceful cohabitation of two 30-something bachelors is disrupted when they both fall in love with the charming young woman who moves in with them.
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Angela H (ag) wrote: I think it was aimed for kids but the ones I took were not interested. It's a little boring but you do learn from it. Definitely made me want to cry a few times.
Sami L (fr) wrote: It has Tom Sizemore, half stars for him. Everything else in this piece of turd sucks.
Simone A (ru) wrote: Possibly the worst movie ever made...
Yuri B (it) wrote: It's definitely nothing more than a rental.
Mike C (es) wrote: A cutting edge film for it's time! All while Douglas does what he does best, breaking into filing cabinets, arguing with board members, trying to keep his family together, keeping a close eye on his stock options, attending fancy work related functions and then oddly enough being raped by Demi Moore, what a life!!
Katelyn S (it) wrote: This movie isn't the most accutare they curse like sailors and yeah....i rather the 1963 verison ALOT BETTER
Faith M (gb) wrote: How can you not like this??? So corny...I LOVE it. Good clean fun, maybe too clean for people who like crap like "The Dictator".
Josh B (kr) wrote: Thirty-five years on, this story still hold great relevance. One of the more thought provoking films I've seen in awhile.
Sgt C (br) wrote: (30%)The final big effort from Hammer to somehow stay alive in a world in which the big American studios at around the same period were releasing similar themed soon to be classics such as "The Exorcist" and "Rosemary's baby", and this is sadly the best Hammer could offer. After falling into a slump from milking the Dracula cow for far too long, they had to do something new and more edgy. So they slapdashed together a script very loosely based on a popular book, then they managed to assemble a decent cast, but the resulting movie is a muddled, badly constructed affair, with a poor ending and a real lack of any fun or scares. It was a big hit in the UK at least, but is was not enough to save Hammer as EMI took almost every penny in profit, and that was that. This is not Hammer's biggest folly, but it maybe it at least shows that its death was not necessarily for the worst.
Steven B (kr) wrote: 3.5/5 Stars: Ichikawa brings his beautiful cinematography and style, but I would have preferred more focus on the intensity of the events, rather than just filming them with no narration. Brilliantly shot, however, and a great time capsule of that Olympics.
Matt T (mx) wrote: The film starts off with a reporter interviewing real people in the streets of Phenix, which this true life story is based on. It is is mindnumbingly tedious. However stay with it as things really hot up into a hard hitting action packed noir. Beware, as one sequence, involving an African American girl, is one of the most horrific scenes I have ever witnessed on film. Made all the more shocking because it is not expected of in an old black and white film.
Jesus C (ca) wrote: When you look back at perhaps the greatest accomplishment in British media history, you really cannot help but look in amazement at the dedication, the commitment, and the faithfulness that the original team had put into their little project. I can compare this fairly simple television film made for a 50th anniversary to such other "struggling artist" films as Ed Wood as a little gem that tells us that while Doctor Who has changed over half a century, deep down in the heart of the show it's remained the same.
Mike E (ag) wrote: An adult, realistic Western--set in bleakly beautiful Bolivia!
Joaqun S (de) wrote: Gotta love John C. Reilly.
Andujar C (es) wrote: John Russell is the half breed rejected by white society, but when the chips are down everyone follows his lead because he can "cut it." Russell is the anti-hero who sees people and events exactly the way they are instead of the way they should be, but ultimately the morals of the society that rejected him force him into a confrontation that he can't escape alive.