Story of Women

Story of Women

During World War II, in occupied France, a woman of limited schooling raises two children in a ratty flat.

During World War II, in occupied France, a woman of limited schooling raises two children in a ratty flat. She is Marie Latour. In 1941, her husband Paul returns from the front, too weak to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dave R (us) wrote: Very crappy movie so many movies with sharks in them that are just dumb why do they keep making these movies

Pavan R (mx) wrote: Superb drama..a simple and well written story which is very well enacted..Have to say was very touching and is a recommended family watch!!

Kevin P (br) wrote: A hilarious observation on competitive wedding making, that could be placed next to movies like In The Loop or tv-shows The Office and The Thick of It.

Bill R (ru) wrote: It was decent for a low budget movie

Jesse M (ca) wrote: Cool film. I finally watched this after searching for it for over a decade. Thanks Netflix.

Bryan D (de) wrote: Godzilla Vs. Spacegodzilla has moments of WOW. Like a 45 minute battle between Godzilla, Space Godzilla and MOGERA. And, there are the bad scenes, which is pretty much every scene not involving two kaijus knocking down towers and destroying everything in their path.

Les E (ru) wrote: Good sci-fi conspiracy. I thought it was well paced to build the tension and all along we were left thinking if they would get away with it or not.

Darren H (de) wrote: Novelist Alistair MacLean, whose normal area of expertise is World War II thrillers such as "Where Eagles Dare" and "The Guns of Navarone", took a break from his wartime suspense novels to write an American western. Here Charles Bronson plays a mysterious man held captive on board a train rolling through the bleak winter wilderness towards Breakheart Pass. Accused of a crime, all is not as it seems for Bronson's character Deacon, is he really a criminal or an undercover agent? With gun runners, government agents, deceitful officials and Indians, this action thriller really thrills and one could do worse than watch this on a rainy afternoon. Highly recommended.

Greg W (au) wrote: classic hollywood & sternberg lovingly outrageous and glorious

Andy C (au) wrote: Altogether interesting, but occasionally I wanted to slap characters for being so easily hypnotized. But that's just me.

Leon B (es) wrote: Keifer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon and William Baldwin four tremendous actors who star in this movie 'Flatliners' directed by Joel Schumacher is good Horror-Mystery thriller that tells the story of college students that want to see if there is an after-life, but not only do they discover an afterlife, they bring back a negative energy from their past, not only do they experience an afterlife, they are having trouble trying to get to the bottom of how something bad has came back with them. Joe Hurley (William Baldwin), David Labraccio (Kevin Bacon) are the first to try and figure out what has been going on since they have awoken from their experience, on the other hand, Nelson Wright (Keifer Sutherland) is holding back his experience as he is embarrassed to tell the group he is being tortured both: mentally and physically by his childhood victim who he use to bully when he was a child. The group end up making amends with their Demons and move on with their life. A good cast and well directed.

Trevor H (it) wrote: I loved the animation. It was very well done. I also really enjoyed that they included my favorite monster in the Resident Evil games! The giant bald tyrants!

Joanna B (kr) wrote: Leg warmers, vans, the Rubik cube, Danger Mouse, Pac Man and Gordon Gekko. No, it's not the return of the '80s, just one of its most extreme icons. After 23 years of sequel speculation, Michael Douglas has returned to his Oscar-winning role as Gordon Gekko, the most ruthless stock market player in history. Under the shining lights of the big apple, Gekko rained supreme in the original. His mantra of ''Greed is Good'' and creating wealth by stealth set the benchmark for yuppies the world over. With serendipitous timing, the global economy once again teeters on the brink of disaster as yet another Wall Street 'bubble' is about to burst. Up-and-coming stock trader Jacob Moore (Shia LaBeouf) is trying to minimise its impact on his clients, and his own pocket, while also planning to propose to his girlfriend Winnie Gekko (Carey Mulligan). Winnie, the estranged and disgruntled daughter of the disgraced former Wall Street corporate raider, despises even the idea of her father. When Gordon is released from prison after eight years for insider trading, no one is waiting with open arms. As much shunned by the trading world as he is by his daughter, Gordon bides his time writing a best seller Is Greed Good?, which highlights the so called mistakes in life and delivers 'moral hazards' lectures. However, as Jacob's trade issues get more intense, he underhandedly seeks out Gordon's help under the guise of reconciliation with his daughter.Against Winnie's pleas, Jacob partners with Gordon in a covert attempt to alert the financial community at large of the coming doom. Working under the mistaken assumption that Gordon is in fact remorseful for his actions, they attempt to uncover who is responsible for the forced suicide of Jacob's mentor, Lewis Zabel (Frank Langella).But is reconciliation what Gordon really wants, or can he seduce Jacob with lust for the greenback and use him as a ticket back into the financial word? A squandered opportunity, this padded and anti-climatic sequel adds no extra grandeur to controversial director Oliver Stone's repertoire. Obviously losing perspective as he is to close the project, Stone's loose idea has been filled with embellished emotion, inflated meaning and a ridiculously large amount of insider jargon.Lacking any depth of meaning, the complex storyline of traders, investment companies, toxic debt, bail outs, energy creation, Swiss bank accounts, foul play and the Dow Jones is spat out at viewers with overzealous incomprehensibility. Michael Douglas captures Gekko's essence again but lacks the distortion you would expect from the character's down time in prison. LaBeouf and Mulligan have a nice soft chemistry and Josh Brolin is strong as the new evil corporate destroyer Brentton James. Carving some scene stealing cameos are Susan Sarandon playing Jacob's wonderfully flighty real estate pushing mum, Eli Wallach as an ageing and kooky big shot financier, and even Charlie Sheen makes a welcome and context laden return as Bud Fox.The Verdict: With all good intentions aside, the characters are predictable, the sleazebag morals are self evident, the eco-purity is pandering to modern sensibilities and the volatile market downturn warning is about 18 months too late. The temple of the all mighty dollar has fallen and so has the Wall Street memory. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 08/10/2010

Tyler R (gb) wrote: I really enjoyed it. The plot was different and had a good villian. Vin diesel was very good in this. There was lots of great action scenes and the movie moved very quickly.