Set in the 1950s, Rough Magic tells the story of what happens when a pretty apprentice magician goes to Mexico to escape her fiancé, a wealthy politician, and to find a Mayan shaman who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A sleazy politician sends an agent (Russell Crowe) after his ex-fiancee (Bridget Fonda), who fled to Mexico with incriminating film of him.
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Samuel J (ag) wrote: "Gifted Hands" is very inspirational, more of an in class movie than anything though.
Michael T (nl) wrote: An interesting documentary. You don't invest in the characters as much as "King of Kong" but still worth a viewing.
Katro H (ca) wrote: It took me a couple times before i understood what was going on, but it's worth the double feature.
Gabriel K (us) wrote: With its gritty and realistic depiction of life in a concentration camp, this movie puts some other Holocaust movies to shame. Unfortunately it suffers somewhat from strange casting choices, and the choppy final act, missing the potential to create the emotional impact that would make this movie truly great.
Fred R (it) wrote: This movie is a waste of film time and money!
Lawrence W (nl) wrote: Other than Ernest Borgnine who did it 36 years beforehand, who else but John Candy could make this character believable?
Robert S (ca) wrote: "Diplomats' wives should not talk." - "All wives talk."
Alasdair G (nl) wrote: absolutely amazing film
Grayson D (kr) wrote: One of the worst in the long running series.
averie t (au) wrote: this movie was BAD and needed to take a REST and decide who it wanted to be. the worst thing i have ever seen in the whole of my life, an hour and a half of my life that would have been better spent literally stabbing myself in the eyes, i will never get that time back.
Jesse M (ru) wrote: I liked this movie it kept me on the edge of my seat.
Jamie C (au) wrote: The final part in The Blood And Ice Cream Trilogy and it goes out in style, Although it's not as cleverly put together as Shaun Of The Dead and Hot Fuzz and by the way there's hardly any blood (Well human blood anyway) And we only get to see a wrapper of a Cornetto it's still a fantastic comedy full of laughs from start to finish, It also adds heart to the characters and makes you care about them more than you should, The British humour and some funny and satisfying action scenes made this film stand out in many ways, All the cast are great, Simon and Nick prove they still got what it takes to make us laugh, A must watch film of 2013.