Someone to Watch Over Me

Someone to Watch Over Me

In Queens, Mike Keegan is celebrating with his wife Ellie, his son Tommy and friends his recent promotion to detective in a precinct in Manhattan. Meanwhile, in a fancy club, the socialite Claire Gregory witnesses the murder of the owner of the place by the powerful mobster Joey Venza. Mike is assigned to protect her in the night shift in her apartment in Manhattan. When Venza threatens Claire, the contact of Mike with Claire gets closer and conflicts him, dividing between the love for his family and the heat passion for Claire and the fascination for her world.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   police,   marriage,  

A married New York cop falls for the socialite murder witness he's been assigned to protect. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Chris A (nl) wrote: Utterly, utterly ridiculous spin on Journey to the West, involving tree demons and galactic warriors. In one scene, the galactic warriors fly down a trench in little fighters to attack the tree demon that has Wukong and co. held captive, and yes, it is done exactly like the Death Star run in Star Wars. Also, Wukong's staff turns into things such as a rocket-powered rollercoaster car, and a mecha-robot with gattling gun, like those ones in Matrix Revolutions. That's pretty much all you need to know.

Jette H (ca) wrote: Awesome movie. I thought Dutch movies sucked but this one proved it wrong.

Christopher C (au) wrote: The 1993 British-American television production ETHAN FROME is an adaptation of Edith Wharton's 1911 novel about star-crossed lovers in late 19th-century Massachusetts. Though Wharton was a wealthy New York socialite, she had glimpses of New England village life, and it was the harsh winters, dire poverty and cruel gossip of this region that she sought to portray. The eponymous character (played by Liam Neeson) is a young farmer in the fictional Massachusetts community of Starkfield, whose dreams of making something of himself are dashed by the early death of his parents and then his marriage to the sickly Zenobia "Zeena" Frome (Joan Allen). When Zeena's cousin beautiful cousin Mattie Silver (Patricia Arquette) comes to help out in the house, Ethan's heart is thawed, but ultimately the uncompromising conditions of Starkfield life bring Ethan and Mattie to a tragedy.The plot of a pair of star-crossed lovers is rather overdone, but ETHAN FROME is interesting in its depiction of a Massachusetts village in the late 19th century, complete with characters speaking in dialect and a description of country farmhouses. This adaptation does a decent job of presenting those strengths of the novel. It also offers an improvement on the novel in that it tweaks Wharton's risible climax -- Ethan and Mattie deciding to escape this cruel world by sledding down a hill into a big elm tree, the stupidest means of suicide in all of literature -- to be more believable.The adaption is flawed, however, by a number of factors. One is the decision to change the framing story of Wharton's novel. In the book, the visitor to Starkfield who spurs the flashback is an engineer who wonders why Frome is so taciturn. In this film, however, the visitor is the town's new preacher, just out of seminary, who protests against Frome being shunned by the town. Wharton's portrayal of a man who walls himself off by the world after multiple tragedies is replaced, then, by an element completely unknown to the novel: the castigation of the villagers as ignoring basic Christian charity. This has consequences for the ending, which is much less powerful than the novel. Another unwelcome change is that Ethan and Mattie sleep together, while in Wharton's novel the characters seem incapable under their dire circumstances of having even a physical relationship. Also, Liam Neeson offers some of the best acting in the film, but he's 10 years too old to play this role.I first saw this film when it was shown on PBS nearly two decades ago, and it works well enough as passive entertainment on television, but this is a second-rate affair in many ways and I cannot recommend getting the DVD.

AM Q (es) wrote: I remember liking this movie when I was a kid, but I can't say whether that was because... A. Cyndi Lauper was my idol B. Jeff Goldblum! C. I had bad taste as a child. D. All of the above.

Jaime L (nl) wrote: At least the previous film with its idiotic space plot at least was outrageous enough to have some amusing parts, this one was just dull on top of stupid. Too similar as well with You Only Live Twice which did this no favors.

Philip G (us) wrote: Excellent little chiller. Highly recommended. As with Les Diaboliques, avoid spoiling yourself with any details of the plot!

Tom H (ag) wrote: Quietly, unhurriedly and very delicately this film tells the story of two people at crossroads about to intersect with each other through their love for the same person. Excellently acted, directed and edited, this film will not leave you untouched. Bottom line: Cinema's equivalent to chamber music.

Manu G (nl) wrote: Revisit your past. Rewrite your future. A very so so you might like it or not Film! The film feels like it makes some sudden stops and gos, with overly convenient plot turns, and a lot of side events that clutter the film, but don't quite seem to really add enough to the story to justify their inclusion, and there could've been a lot more included in there to flesh out Ellie's search for Matthew. I do like, though, that ultimately the film becomes more about if the search is worth it or not, or if ten years is long enough to let the past remain in the past or not. It's an interesting theme, and while I think the search isn't conducted consistently, thematically the film is always exploring if that search is worth it. More interested in partying and flirting with young musicians than work, veteran rock journalist Ellie Klug (Toni Collette) has one last chance to prove her value to her magazine's editor: a no-stone-unturned search to discover what really happened to long lost rock god Matthew Smith, who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend. Teaming up with an eccentric amateur documentary filmmaker (Thomas Haden Church in a delightful performance), Ellie hits the road in search of answers.

Tabatha T (it) wrote: I thought this could have been so much better

Kevin H (de) wrote: The Lone Ranger had a tremendous character set up, that ultimately was melted back into the same-ol' movie template that Hollywood demands. It's a shame this movie couldn't quite rise above that idiosyncratic dogma.Johnny Depp's character, Tonto, had the most potential, until that familiar Hollywood template became too obvious.I still recommend it, though.