The movie centers on a piano competition whose winner is assured of success. It is Paul's last chance to compete, but newcomer Heidi may be a better pianist. Can romance be far away? Will she take a dive despite the pressure to win from her teacher, Greta, or will she condemn Paul to obscurity?
- Stars:Richard Dreyfuss, Amy Irving, Lee Remick, Sam Wanamaker, Joseph Cali, Ty Henderson, Vicki Kriegler, Adam Stern, Philip Sterling, Gloria Stroock, Bea Silvern, James Sikking, Delia Salvi, Jimmy Sturtevant, Kathy Talbot,
- Director:Joel Oliansky,
- Writer:Joel Oliansky (screenplay), Joel Oliansky (story), William Sackheim (story)
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(it) wrote: nice movie lot of action
(gb) wrote: Pedro Almodvar takes a fantastic look inside "Talk to Her", one of his best. A wonderful masterpiece of love, crime and drama. A deep film, striking characters and beautiful excelent performances. Almodvar is genius in 'Talk to Her'.
(us) wrote: The direction, acting, and music are all well-executed, but the themes of the story are not explored well.
(de) wrote: Sweet jesus you all need to see this.
(au) wrote: I like this as a guilty pleasure film. Yes I know why so many people don't like this movie, but the problems don't bother me. The action is good and so is the is the score. I will admit the line he says at the handslap was awful it the spiritual journey was silly. It is dumb over blowing up the oil rig is how to stop it instead of just shutting it down. Still none of that bothers me enough to hate the film. Its my second favorite guilty pleasure movie. Second only to Deep Rising.
(fr) wrote: this is not a serious movie nor a serious plot. this movie is a playground were you just play with everything and beyond. stay true to its comic counterpart, Lucky Luke offer a comic movie. by the way....this is a full of classic Lucky Luke kind of jokes, so if you were used to standard American slapstick jokes, this movie is definitely not for you...
(br) wrote: i watched part of it and it was real cool
(au) wrote: I gave it 3 1/2 stars because the only performances I loved were Judy Garland's of course cause she is just amazing! And Gene Kelly's ....the rest I don't care about
(us) wrote: One of Marvels many but few successful transfers to the big screen (the others being 'Spider-Man 1' & 'X-Men 2', although none of them have matched up to the 1978 'Superman' or 'Batman Begins'). The effects are good enough & I'm glad they didn't set out to make a CGI extravaganza - as we've had quite a number of those in recent years. Instead it focuses (thankfully) on Downey Jr's performance which holds it all together & keeps you entertained more than anything else. Paltrow may be a pretty face but is overly dull & cardboard as the love interest, but Jeff Bridges gives a brilliantly chilly turn as the villain. Thoroughly enjoyable