Sleeping Dogs Lie
A recently engaged woman's life is thrown into turmoil after confessing to her fiancé that she once experimented with bestiality.
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James R (gb) wrote: Imagine a movie that combines the Shawshank Redemption, Jurassic Park, and 2001: A Space Odyssey into one. Now forget about that and go see this funny movie.But seriously, this movie does a great job of being funny for everyone while Christians poke fun at themselves. Thought-provoking, but not going to make you try to convert by the end of the plot. It was the first narrative from these writers/director and I look forward to their future projects.
Ethan M (fr) wrote: never really understand what the story or plot is, there are some scenes in the movie which I guess where suposedly to be these emotional heart warming/breaking parts but the emotion of these scenes was lost for me due to no real character development. For me who lives war films these OS a must NOT see
Christian S (us) wrote: a wonderful movie worked with a shortage of dialogue that tells of deep silences and works perfectly with a wonderful choreography between the actors and the camera.
Juha S (gb) wrote: Entertaining and Asterix was much better in this movie.
bob w (fr) wrote: good chemistry between the two french acting icons made the movie bearable. bfg, blg, gfb formula with a french twist. humorous in spots, charming in others. nothing indecent about it. a good sunday afternoon flick.
Jesse F (jp) wrote: This was my absolute favorite movie growing up and watching it again is amazing.
Dr Sam L (kr) wrote: Very suspenseful film worth checking out.
Dave J (de) wrote: Wednesday, November 2, 2011 (1945) Bedlam HORROR Another inventive Val Lewton chiller which involves the plague, stranding passengers on a secluded island which is supposed to be deemed as safe and the burying of a person whose thought to be dead! And I love the conflicts about spreading the plague to other jurisdictions which is like what happens here if someone were to possess an unexplained virus that has no cure! A classic that's ahead of it's time! 3.5 out of 4
Alex W (kr) wrote: This is a very Irish film, which wouldn't be worth mentioning if you could never say that about any modern American film. I was not to familiar with Bing Crosby as a singer (or actor) before this film. He has a great smooth crooner tone in his songs that carry over to every line he speaks, a trait that for example Frank Sinatra doesn't have. Just the sound of his voice is effortlessly calming. This is very much a musical but one where the song are worked in to realistic times they would be sung. There are some recognizable songs if you have some knowledge of music (Ave Maria and Habanera from the opera Carmen). Many other songs then went on to become hits at the time but none that i cared for, even the title song. Jean Heather who was only in a handful of films is in one of her larger roles and i think she is a delight and very talented. She is one of the best looking black and white era actresses i have seen, beautiful eyes and dimples for days! I enjoyed the beginning of this film the most as Crosby playing the young modern Father Chuck O'Malley is transferred to a new church run by the out of touch buy kindly Father Fitzgibbon played by Barry Fitzgerald. The clash a little at first but quickly the old father realizes O'Malley's new style is better for the church and acquiesces. This is a very sweet harmless crowd pleasing movie with just enough humor.