Soon after Thom starts operating as an illegal taxi driver in New York City, Claire hires him to drive her to California after her estranged father suffers a heart attack. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Take Me Home
Soon after Thom starts operating as an illegal taxi driver in New York City, Claire hires him to drive her to California after her estranged father suffers a heart attack.
- Stars:Dominic Cooper, Ludivine Sagnier, Raad Rawi, Philip Quast, Mimoun Oaïssa, Khalid Laith, Dar Salim, Nasser Memarzia, Mem Ferda, Pano Masti, Bree Turner, Lin Shaye, Sam Jaeger, Victor Garber, Michelle Krusiec, Amanda Lund, Cristine Rose, Brennan Elliott, Amber Jaeger, Christopher Weir, Frieda Jane, Eli Goodman, James Giordano, Doug Purcell, Jose Solomon,
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Jo H (nl) wrote: Loved it and Mimmie's song :D
Jamie C (de) wrote: McClane is back and it's very different to the previous 4, For a start it's set in Russia so straight away hardcore fans feel out of their comfort zone, It didn't really feel like a Die Hard film but it's not to say that it's not a good film because it is, The action scenes were great fun and the effects were done great with some nice explosions, Not the best Die Hard but worth watching, I think McClane works better alone without anyone else helping him thats what made the other Die Hards classics, At the end of the day it's an entertaining fun action film that in my eyes is grossly underrated.
Robert G (ca) wrote: The only problem is she's preaching to the choir. Was not as funny as her usual material, and even though I agreed with nearly all of it, it just didn't do anything for me. Skip this one. Her older DVDs? Amazing.
Terry C (jp) wrote: Great show. Really makes you think.
Ted W (br) wrote: Stupid movie with Reese Witherspoon and about this girl and her boyfriend dumps her because he wants to go to Harvard law school but then the girl got into Harvard too so the boy and the girl can be together. I got bored 20 minutes into the Movie BecAuse The girl wanTed to be with her girlfriend.
Russ V (gb) wrote: Next Friday is enjoyable enough, but as a sequel to Friday, it's a step down.
New beginnings 2 (kr) wrote: for tv movie series...puts a personal perspective of a woman who loved the human jesus...and had to see his devine perpose...and loose a human son to give us a sacrificial god.
Waldo I (ru) wrote: I totally wrote a review for this, and then apparently didn't save it? Whatever, blah blah blah, it's good.
Phil S (mx) wrote: A near perfect combination of military action and counterespionage with an awesome cast.
Morris N (ru) wrote: I found this film very engaging. I can see why Zatoichi is so popular.
(au) wrote: icould'nt stop laffing
Panta O (au) wrote: Dark British drama written and directed by David Mackenzie based on the 1954 novel of the same name by Alexander Trocchi is not something to watch for happy occasions. That is why I decided to watch it early in the morning when everyone is asleep. The film is set in Scotland in 1954 where shiftless young drifter Joe Taylor works on a barge which operates from Glasgow, on the River Clyde. He shares the cramped on-board living quarters with its operators, Les and Ella Gault, and their young son Jim. One day Joe and Les pull the body of a young woman, naked except for a petticoat, from the water. Via flashbacks, we learn Joe knew her, and scenes involving his relationship with office worker Cathie Dimly are juxtaposed with those set in the present time... It is very cleverly constructed film and holds the attention to the end, and the naturalistic acting has its own, considerable, power. Tilda Swinton's performance was outstanding and Ewan McGregor had no need for his easy charm - it was tough, it was rough... but both of them were perfect choice for a depressing film exuding hopelessness and inviting us to pity the characters! There was no desire to share in their tragic condition - the atmosphere was always in the mood of "they deserved it". Even when the storytelling looks disjointed, it was a wonderful job from David Mckenzie deliberately jumping back and forth in time without warning, so that the meaning of events and the connections among them emerge retrospectively. Created mood of unease and dislocation follows creepingly and persisting even after certain crucial mysteries are solved. The understated score (by David Byrne) was just adding to the whole experience of male narcissism, as expressed through erotic need. The camera work in this film is something many should learn from - precise and visually eye catching. Recommended for a quiet morning or night!
Francisco G (fr) wrote: A competently made but ultimately useless, unimaginative, boring slasher flick. Doesn't bring absolutly nothing new to the table but there's worse out there.
Darwin K (ag) wrote: as long as It's not disney I'm in.