Rule Number Three
Starring young British actors Nicholas Hoult and Imogen Poots, Rule Number Three is a Comedy in which a young couple communicate through a game of Scrabble. Matt and Rachel enjoy a quiet Sunday evening in the pub, deciding to pass the time by playing the world famous board game. Serendipitously, the opening exchanges express mutual affection, but after Matt's eyes wander away from Rachel's loving gaze and towards the figure of a barmaid, things take a turn for the worse. Stubbornly refusing to talk to each other, the couple continue to converse through the words on the board, and as the game gradually descends into a surreal slanging match, the young couple are guided towards a life-changing revelation. The letters will reveal all.
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(us) wrote: Bof... a se regarde, mais sans plus... Retapez vous Silence of the Lambs plutt... ;)
(au) wrote: George A. Romero's son directed this crappily made Texas Chainsaw rip-off, but to be honest there is some things in this movie that I enjoy quite much.
(ag) wrote: Outstanding documentary that is literally a life imitating art moment. This film follows the plight of those who are auditioning for the revival cast of "A Chorus Line". "ACL" is the greatest show ever made for anyone who has lived with performing in their hearts. This documentary makes it a reality as those vying for the spot go through nearly a year of auditioning just for a shot to be in the "Chorus Line". Great behind the scenes look at the actual decision-making process that goes into the casting of a Broadway show.
(fr) wrote: After the death of his wife in a car crash, a literature professor moves to Italy with his two daughters in an attempt to leave the past behind them, but the huge hole that she leaves behind seems to follow them everywhere, even Genova. While the older daughter gets entangled in an overtly sexual relationship, the younger one starts to see the ghost of her mother. It is a tense drama with a touch of ghost story; the script has open gaps but they are well covered by the excellent performances of the actors. They manage to take away the awkwardness of the ghost scenes and make them real and believable.
(jp) wrote: this was one of my favorites as a child
(us) wrote: I love Paris in the 80s, how 'bout you?
(gb) wrote: hell of a ride here! ust see for horror fans. End is a real trip
(ru) wrote: I like this movie. A young Antonio Banderas in his sexy, bad boy heyday. Sylvester Stallone towards the end of his prime. The action was entertaining. The plot...not so much. Still, a decent movie to watch.