David, now an old man, is still king of Israel. Among his sons, the ambitious Adonijah and the clever Solomon. The two young men are fierce rivals, since both are prospective heirs to the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
David, now an old man, is still king of Israel. Among his sons, the ambitious Adonijah and the clever Solomon. The two young men are fierce rivals, since both are prospective heirs to the throne and only one can be successful.
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Imnots T (de) wrote: Most thrilling edge of your seat action drama I've ever seen. The gore is pretty realistic so take caution with your kids, but otherwise it was butter/10
Jake Z (br) wrote: The last GREAT Spike Lee film that he has yet to top in my opinion. So many great scenes and performances. One of my favorites.
Jacky L (au) wrote: quite enjoyed it; am generally a sucker for these lil stories that eventually reveal how the characters are intertwined. you'd see calista flockhart in a different light here, and cameron diaz in a not-her-usual-kinda role; both of 'em stood out the most to me.
Mark C (kr) wrote: Theresa Randle is HOT!
JonPaul P (de) wrote: While this movie has the characters you expect, it falls apart aside from the laughs you will have at the terrible lines.The tournament has no real set of rules, no actual bracket, Shang Tsung does not take every loser's soul, the fights seem to randomly happen at times, and the CGI was not good enough back then to support the fighter's abilities.
Russ B (kr) wrote: 7/17/2012: Fun and energetic Burt Reynolds flick. It's not great, but I did enjoy it.
Spencer S (ca) wrote: One of those rare cult gems that never seem to pop up when you need them, Pretty Poison is one solid piece of black comedy Americana. Featuring the sterling psychopath character actor, Anthony Perkins, and bubble blonde nymphet Tuesday Weld, this film never bores, never tries too hard to be introspective, and yet achieves perfection in doing so. The plot follows recently released (and obviously still perturbed) inmate Dennis Pitt (Perkins) who starts work at a chemical plant, and eyes band majorette Sue Ann (Weld). What follows is a labyrinth of utter informality, as Dennis leads Sue Ann astray by telling he's a secret agent, sent to stop poison from being released in the water supply. (Ironic since the pollution shown being dumped is a type of poison. Perhaps this was a green initiative.) Perkins has all the queer quirks he exhibited in his seminal best, Psycho, but also has a calm innocence that can only come from being slightly off your rocker and completely intent on bridging the gap between yourself and someone you're infatuated with. Instead of a screaming Janet Leigh, Tuesday exhibits this odd temperament of high school angst queen, beautiful and simplistic. She seems a mere pawn in Perkins game, working to fix the crimes of his past by committing more with his accomplice. As they go along, performing secret missions and falling in love in the span of a week, it's easier to see the aggressive side of Sue Ann emerge, and we soon come to believe that perhaps Dennis, the convicted felon, is the lesser of two evils. Bleak, black, and remotely sweet, Perkins comes off as a new type of insanity, a bittersweet manner and a loving and loyal approach. Weld, who at first seems the familiar blonde without purpose, transforms to become the central addiction and most complex character of the entire film. Certainly worth a view, and round of applause.
Samantha S (au) wrote: What a fantastic movie. The spy caper that kicked it all off. Lots of fun, humor, and stealth. Melina Mecouri is at her mature sexy best and Maximilian Schell was devastatingly gorgeous. Peter Ustinov, as always, is perfect. DON'T MISS THIS ONE!
Joseph D (us) wrote: Carrie didn't really need a remake, but I thought everyone did a good job as their respective characters, especially the Whites, Carrie was fairly convincing, & Mrs. White was.......HOW THE HECK WAS THAT CRAZY B---- ALLOWED TO RAISE A CHILD???!!!! that's how convincing Julianne Moore was!
Chris T (it) wrote: Nice little story, but somewhat feels incomplete in which you're left with two dimensional characters.