A mystery woman is a murder suspect's only alibi for the night of his wife's death. Based on a story by noir scribe Cornell Woolrich.
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Kelly K (ag) wrote: This is a really special and cute movie about finding love in the most unusual way. Family friendly and yet so romantic.
visitorQ S (nl) wrote: No. Just no. ;-) 1,5/5
Amy K (ag) wrote: This film is cheesy but not that bad actually. A fairly decent disney film although the villains were weak! Other than that an alright film.
Emily W (it) wrote: Enchanting story beautifully filmed.Lovely characterization with well chosen voices and magical animation.Perfect film for families who want to escape their normal world.Highly recommended.
Kent F (kr) wrote: Great story that only Denzel could pull off and make it believable.
Moises S (br) wrote: although this movie is unrealistic it was entertaining. one of Forest Whitaker's best performances.
Stewart F (nl) wrote: Screwball horror tale which entertains and confuses all at once, for fans of the genre but worth a look...
Hubby Kisses R Heaven (mx) wrote: this movie is great. i love uma and juliette lewis and they r so 80s jersey girlz in this. cute movie
Dan G (ag) wrote: "A teenage menage-a-trois ends in treachery and death". So they overdosed on love?
FilmGrinder S (ca) wrote: 86% This is one of the scariest horror movies I've seen in a coon's age. I found myself screaming at the TV (I never do that),"Run French! Run! Get the hell out of there!". It made FATAL ATTRACTION look like a game of Candyland. I have to give it to Bridgette Wilson-Sampras for playing the marry-me-or-I-will-kill-you part to a tee. As for French, I've never been a fan of (except in SURVEILLANCE), you can't help but feel for the guy.
Mark C (br) wrote: Novel concept single-handedly ruined by the atrocious acting from Maurice Dean Wint.
Mloy X (jp) wrote: Ivannah (Priscilla Barnes): [In thick European Accent] Focus. Brodie (Jason Lee): That's what I was thinking. T.S. Quint (Jeremy London): She said 'focus'. Brodie (Jason Lee): Whatever. I wished I could have liked this more but it just wasn't as good as Kevin Smith hyped it to be; I mean, its alright and all, but its not "Clerks". I like most of his work but it seems the one's he's most proud of, "Chasing Amy" and "Mallrats", I don't care for and the one he pans all the time "Jersey Girl, I felt was really charming. One positive thing about this film was definitely Jason Lee (Brodie), his aloe presence made the entire film watchable. The rest of the cast was okay: Shannon Doherty (Rene) and Ethan Suplee (Willam) did a superb job; meanwhile, Michael Rooker (Svenning), Ben Affleck (Shannon) and Claire Forlani (Brandi) seemed very much out of place. It really does seem this is one of their first acting gigs, and their acting style can be best described as nervous and uncomfortable. On the other hand, Jay Mewes (Jay) was funny as usual and was really a natural on camera and Jeremy London was good as well, although, for some reason London's mannerisms, especially the way he spoke and the pitch of his voice, even the way he delivered his lines, really reminded me of Clerks' Randal Graves (played by Jeff Anderson), and makes me kind of wonder why Smith just didn't use Randal's character instead of T.S. since Smith likes using the same characters from other films (Jay, Silent Bob, Gwen, Brodie). Overall, the film was cute but it didn't really have a profound message behind it, which is what makes Smith's other films like "Clerks" or "Dogma" so much more interesting. This film was okay but I think it would have been better if it focused more on Brodie and Rene and less on T.S. and Brandi.
Nick P (br) wrote: Lets face it, RUDY is predictable, but there is something about it that it makes it sweet and worthwhile. It features a feat of ambition and hard working determination.
Tamara H (br) wrote: Maybe . . . Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thorton are pretty good actors . . .
Jennifer J (us) wrote: most people don't rate this as one of malle's best, but i think it is charming.looks at may '68 from a totally different viewpoint.
Magnus S (nl) wrote: Slow psychological thriller but good performances.
Hannah D (kr) wrote: I wasn't all that into this until the very end. Sure the shots of Brighton by the sea were pleasant, but I am not usually into gang storylines. The women characters were more interesting then the men, although I did find Pinkie quite intriguing as I really like Richard Attenborough. I would have given this only three stars, but the ending was so memorable and suddenly it went up in my estimation!
Aaron G (mx) wrote: Required viewing for every person who is a human.
Paul S (jp) wrote: Started off cheesy and lame then got better and then ended silly. I have 2 arguements with this film. 1. Everyone spoke very good english for Hungarians 2. You never knew why the blood was able to restore her youth.