Once a promising writer, John Hayson now gets by on the odd writing job. Hayson tries to right old wrongs and get his life back on track. However, life has other plans, and he realizes that the past is best laid to rest or it might haunt you forever. He soon finds himself embroiled in a nightmarish brew of deceit, passion and murder.
- Stars:Matthew Settle, Fay Masterson, Currie Graham, Patrik Ersgård, Jay Acovone, Michael Wiseman, Jennifer Jostyn, Siena Goines, Paul Satterfield, Pernilla August, Yun Choi, Alex Zonn, Jarmo Mäkinen, Ola Rapace, Daniela Svensson,
- Director:Jack Ersgard,
- Writer:Jesper Ersgård (story), Jesper Ersgård (screenplay), Patrik Ersgård (screenplay), Jack Ersgard (screenplay)
Once a promising writer, John Hayson now gets by on the odd writing job. A personal tragedy has left him dispassionate about the world and his work and he lives his life in limbo. In the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Pretty Good for a Low Budget type movie, lol.
(ru) wrote: This movie was ridiculous.
(de) wrote: Once again, Hal Hartley demonstrates that it's a fine line between "arty" and "stupid."
(kr) wrote: It's a fun adventure with a lot of cool visuals. What's not to like?
(de) wrote: 101 Dalmatians is an interesting film in the history of Walt Disney Animation Studios. You can see a clear difference in the visual look of this first film from the 1960s, and all those that came before. A number of new techniques were used, so the animation looks much different, and there were not many songs in this one. Luckily, I feel the story still held up to Disney standards. Perhaps it helps that I am a dog lover, but 101 Dalmatians warms my heart every time I watch it. The characters they create throughout this film are all so endearing. I love the different animals that help out Pongo and Perdita along the way, and the different methods they use to escape are hilarious and fun. But the real breakout performance in this movie came from Betty Lou Gerson who voiced Cruella De Vil and created a legendary Disney villain. She is so amazingly evil that you just love to hate her. I have to admit, though, that there is something odd about 101 Dalmatians that keeps it off my Top 10 list of Disney films. Somehow I feel like it drags a little too much in some spots, but then it moves too fast in others. I think it might have served the story better if they had switched back to the human perspective occasionally so they broke up some of the long journey. Besides it would lend more emotional weight to the final scenes with Roger and Anita reuniting with their pets. That minor nitpick aside, this is still a delightful family film, and one that I'll gladly watch any time.
(de) wrote: Love it. Action pack
(es) wrote: Undergoing somewhat of a Seagalathon of late, watching many of the films I missed the first time around. Why you ask? I have no idea. Seagal's career is a distinct oddity as he is not necessarily good looking, muscular or charming. I guess in the late 80s and early 90s, if you could do the splits then you were a candidate for an action star. This film is horrible, complete with the WORST bad guy and Jamaicans as the evil protagonists. Hilarity ensues.
(gb) wrote: Light, okay-ish movie for a lazy evening. The cast makes it watchable.