Holly Kennedy is beautiful, smart and married to the love of her life - a passionate, funny, and impetuous Irishman named Gerry. So when Gerry's life is taken by an illness, it takes the life out of Holly. The only one who can help her is the person who is no longer there. Nobody knows Holly better than Gerry. So it's a good thing he planned ahead. Before he died, Gerry wrote Holly a series of letters that will guide her, not only through her grief, but in rediscovering herself. The first message arrives on Holly's 30th birthday in the form of a cake, and to her utter shock, a tape recording from Gerry, who proceeds to tell her to get out and "celebrate herself". In the weeks and months that follow, more letters from Gerry are delivered in surprising ways, each sending her on a new adventure and each signing off in the same way; P.S. I Love You. Holly's mother and best friends begin to worry that Gerry's letters are keeping Holly tied to the past, but in fact, each letter is pushing ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jessyca F (it) wrote: "The worst film I've ever watched" might be an understatement. Suing the Devil is truly dreadful in both narrative and technical terms. Those responsible for the editing and sound mixing departments should be "crucified". Poor Malcolm McDowell.
Carl N (us) wrote: What a fantastic film, with a great ensemble cast. Henriksen, Todd, Riffel, Furlong, Walter and my personal favourite (and the reason I watched the film) Tiffany Shepis. This film starts off in the 1950s, where struggling actress Scarlet May being dismembered before the cameras. Fast forward to present day and we see the inner workings of a low budget film studio churning out such classics as Gnome Killer and Snakes on a Crane. But when fan boy Adam Waltz (Furlong) wins a walk on part in the film Pirate Wench. Strange things begin to happen and a masked psycho starts bumping cast members off. What follows is a gore and giggle fest. Red herrings galore keep whose the killer ticking until the end. Jake Grace and Henriksen have the best roles, clearly played for laughs. Shepis even manages to portray some romantic connectivity with Furlong. All in all a solid horror story with plenty of comic moments. Brilliant.
Chan T (mx) wrote: nice! i like the philosophical lines of this movie. (if i may say so)
Kristal M (de) wrote: Not bad for not having any major actors other than Ron Perlman in it. Interesting story, made more interesting by the fact that it is true.
Marta K (au) wrote: Semi-documentary about Manchester and the beginings of some biggest British bands. A bit hectic and chaotic, but I guess that's how it was in reality.
JaimeActorScreenWriterDirector (au) wrote: Wow, what a fuckin' waste of time. Adrien Brody is an amazing actor, he should know better than to act in a piece of crap like this one.
Sma A (es) wrote: This was a cute little family movie.
Lee (br) wrote: Korean serial-killer thriller about a spate of copycat killings emulating the murders of a notorious murderer on death row. It's not exactly rife with originality but I still thought it was pretty good. It's got a decent twist at the end which I didn't see coming. Fairly graphic violence wise too so there's enough grisly murders and crime scenes to satisfy the gore hounds.
Matthew M (au) wrote: I'll see it for Heath... RIP
Chris W (kr) wrote: This later entry into the blaxploitation canon isn't really a bad film per se, it just doesn't really live up to its potential. This story of a fashion photographer getting caught up in a nutty mystery/conspiracy all because she ended up being in the right place but at the wrong time is entertainng, but it fails to be super engaging and rousing. It does have a slick look at a decent (but not really special) soundtrack, but the slickness takes away from any sort of rough or down and dirty atmosphere that made films like Coffy or Foxy Brown great. Incidentally, the lead from those films is also the lead here: the wonderful Pam Grier. This film escapes feminist critique by letting Greir have more control over her character and her actions, and it's an alright character and performance, but everything going on (with the characters, plot, etc) just feels tired. I don't mind the slickness, but the film also feels like something from tv. It has a flat look, which is odd since fashion and fashion photography are main focuses here. The cast is incredible: there's Grier, Eartha Kitt, Julius Harris, Scatman Crothers, Carl Weathers, and Yaphet Kotto. One of my favorites is Tierre Turner as Cleve. He's pretty damn funny. Too bad's he's only got a small role. I like that this film tried to be more dignified, but it is just underwhelming. The direction is competent, just uninspired. I did say it is entertaining, because it is, but it could have had some more action scenes. There's a few, and they're not bad, but there's plenty of down time. Now, some of that time is exposition and mystery solving, but the film still could have retained its slickness and dignity even with a few more chases or shoot outs. I was disappointed with this one, but it doesn't quite do enough stuff wrong to warrant the lower grades that others might give it. It's worth a look out of curiousity or for completists, but I think that really just the diehards are probably gonna get a lot out of it. So for the rest of you, seeing it won't kill you, but you might wish you'd spent your time doing something else instead.