When Ruth's husband dies in New York, in 2000, she imposes strict Jewish mourning, which puzzles her children. A stranger comes to the house - Ruth's cousin - with a picture of Ruth, age 8, in Berlin, with a woman the cousin says helped Ruth escape. Hannah, Ruth's daughter engaged to a gentile, goes to Berlin to find the woman, Lena Fisher, now 90. Posing as a journalist investigating intermarriage, Hannah interviews Lena who tells the story of a week in 1943 when the Jewish husbands of Aryan women were detained in a building on Rosenstrasse. The women gather daily for word of their husbands. The film goes back and forth to tell Ruth and Lena's story. How will it affect Hannah?
After the death of her father, Hannah becomes concerned with the strange behavior of her mother. As her mother's troubled childhood is revealed, Hannah realizes how little she ever knew. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sam O (jp) wrote: How much I love Tennant no matter what he's in...this film just wasn't good...there's just no story to this film and waste of a great cast
Clayton R (jp) wrote: As the first ever British 3D feature, I somewhat liked it purely for historical signigicance as well as for its fantastic dances. However, it failed me because its story lacked heart or imagination as did its acting. It also disappointed me as its 3 main stars advertised were only used for promotion only featuring faintly in the film.
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Shannon G (fr) wrote: This was hard to watch.
Brian S (de) wrote: It's really what i expected from a video game adaptation: it's big budget, full of action and technology and fancy fighting scenes. Overall, i enjoyed watching this movie, it has it's share of zombie gore and the performances are all pretty good. One thing that almost became painfull for me are the terrible CGI effects. Recommended !!
Faith M (jp) wrote: Peeps are such haters! This movie is awesome. The characters are fun and it makes hacking, which is extremely tedious, look fun and exciting. The movie has great costuming and great music. If you were between your tweens and your late teens when you saw this movie for the first time, it's pretty much a sure thing you love it. This movie should (or does) have cult status. Plus it's just fun that a movie about computers used models instead of cg.
Private U (jp) wrote: This is a slow story, but it keeps you in your seat. Burt Lancaster does a superb job as the patient, slow, and highly intelligent Valdez. By the end of the movie, you'll honestly feel the tension in the air.
Abel D (au) wrote: While its script cuts noticeable corners in both story and character development, much like Hill's Wild Bill, this 30s-set update of Yojimbo still manages to entertain, thanks to watertight pacing, well shot gunfights that blend gangster & western, and the always great Christopher Walken as a scene stealing mobster hitman, complete with gruff voice and scar. However, Cooder's music, while a clear nod to Ennio Morricone, can sometimes get grating and sound like electronic farting (apologies for crudeness, but it's apt).
Muffin M (us) wrote: In Washington, D.C., a female reporter faces a possible jail sentence for outing a CIA agent and refusing to reveal her source.stars Kate Beckinsale, Matt Dillon, Angela Bassett, Alan Alda, Vera Farmiga, David Schwimmer, Courtney B. Vance, Noah Wyle, Floyd Abrams, Preston Bailey, Kristen Bough, Julie Ann Emery, Robert Harvey, Michael O'Neill, Kristen Shaw and Angelica Torn.directed by Rob Lurie.
Matt M (it) wrote: Martin Scorsese's best film!
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William F (mx) wrote: An epic story, with great scenes and great thrills. This is just one of those movies you have to see before you die. Even to this day, it still holds up.