At the end of World War II, Giovanna, a war bride living near Milan refuses to accept that her husband, Antonio, missing on the Russian front, is dead. There's a flashback to their brief courtship near her hometown of Naples, his 12-day leave to marry her, ruses to keep from deployment, and the ultimate farewell. Some years after the war, still with no word from Antonio, Giovanna goes to Russia to find him, starting in the town near the winter battle when he disappeared. Armed with his photograph, what will she find?
Laura T (de) wrote: Self indulgent, slow, twee, angst-filled. Nuff said.
Cory C (de) wrote: Was expecting a huge pile of you know what. And that is what it was, except my kids and I had some good laughs so it was a great film in that respect. Don't expect anything and you will have fun.
Kong M (us) wrote: i will remember this movie as one of the most powerful movie portrayals of a strong mom i have seen in all my entire life. Throughout this movie is a woman who is so strong to handle life's breakdowns and handle the risks of getting involved in a mob. But what sets this apart from all other movies about mothers is, this mother NEVER BREAKS DOWN EMOTIONALLY, but instead SHE CONTINUES TO THINK HER WAY THROUGH TO SUPPORT HER FAMILY and that gives it the upper-hand of being realistic! and i do believe that this is based on a true story because i believe there are people like her around and i am so glad to come across this testimony of life. And this reminds me alot of my fav 'homeless to harvard', which shared many similarities in the character's strength but this is about a struggling mom instead of a struggling student.Alyssa Milano really did a splendid job in her role, which i knew she could pull it off with such a standard considering her potential which was evident in 'charmed'. The rest of the cast did really well and the script is strong, not too heavy (which it is not suppose to be heavy, after all this is a lifetime movie) but seems deeper than most of the other lifetimes movies i have watched. In fact this movie is good enough to be of a blockbuster standard. If u want a deep movie without relying on too much crying and emo-ing but still sparks off the same effect of heart-warming courage and maternal strength, this is a must-see.
AnnaLu A (de) wrote: Mais um "saw-wannabe". Povo preso num prdio, bl bl bl, assassinato, bl bl bl. Jogos Mortais acabou inspirando o povo a fazer filme com o mesmo tema, mas roteiro pfio.
Michael C (ru) wrote: Not a real documentary giving pros and cons, more of an attempted slander on Arnie, highlighting everything a political rival would do to win a campaign. Not a fair and balanced doc at all.
George B (au) wrote: ...............this is simply put, the worst movie, I have ever seen.
Private U (ag) wrote: Earns its stars more for the plot and the locations than the execution of the project.
Tatsuhito K (fr) wrote: Well over 50 years have passed since its release, but I must say this movie still holds up and remains so damn entertaining! Packed with action, humor, and plenty of thrills, Dr. No, the very first Bond movie, is a neat little thriller and one of the stronger installments in the franchise. Oh, and there is Sean Connery too.
Al D (fr) wrote: This movie is overrated and boring. Polanski's effort has been praised for years. The camera work is decent. 3 folks on a boat, including a hitchhiker they strung along. Okay, then.
Eric H (kr) wrote: Mildred Pierce is a truly amazing movie that is full of twists and turns. The film is not necessarily a film noir but contains heavy elements of film noir. The setting, lights, and shadows especially give the film the film noir look as well. Mildred Pierce really leaves the viewer on their seat in anxiety as the plot slow unravels.Joan won an Oscar for her breathtaking performance, but the tour de force powerhouse in "Mildred Pierce" was Ann Blyth. Black hearted Veda was the lynch pin of this movie, and Blyth's portrayal made Veda seem all too real and frightening. Nominated for an Oscar, she should have won.Don't miss this timeless nail-biter
HansIvar H (it) wrote: God historie, men dette passer kanskje best i en 25 minutters tv-episode enn i en 2 timers film.
Kaitlyn S (ca) wrote: Morgan and Whitlock were a hilarious duo.
Damian t (fr) wrote: An amazing film, such vivid images and sounds make for a perfect escape, it's an honest and exciting look into the human desire for connection to something that we love. I watched it with my daughter, who is 12 and was totally enthralled. This is a must see, even if you don't so these sort of sports, please take the time to watch with your family and friends.