The Girl from the Naked Eye
Jake is a driver for a seedy escort service operating out of 'The Naked Eye strip club', he's a street thug type who falls for a witty high-class escort named Sandy. Except one night Sandy is found murdered, the only clues left behind are cell phone calls made the night she died. To avenge Sandy's death Jake must risk everything and walk a bloody path to find her killer.
- Stars:Jason Yee, Samantha Streets, Ron Yuan, Dominique Swain, Gary Stretch, Jerry Ying, Sasha Grey, Wilson Jermaine Heredia, Chris Ufland, Assaf Cohen, Brandy Grace, James Lew, Pete Antico, Kovar McClure, Lateef Crowder,
- Director:David Ren,
- Writer:Larry Madill (screenplay), David Ren (screenplay), Jason Yee (screenplay)
When Sandy, a call girl at "The Naked Eye", ends up dead, her friend and only ally in the world, Jake, goes on a manhunt to find out who killed her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: NSA agents pretend to be a film crew making a film about Apollo 11 landing on the moon, but they intend to use the film to fool the public to show a fake moon landing.
(it) wrote: Jesse Metcalf (playing Jack) gets himself Institutionalized purposely to rescue his sister, Lily (played by Kiele Sanchez who played the HATED Nikki on Lost) While Peter Stormare (Abruzie of Prison Break fame) plays (crazy) Dr. Gianetti who is conducting experiments on his patients that turns them into flesh eaters. Basically think 28 days later (probably made for Sci-Fi network. It's not bad like most of them this is actually decent C
(it) wrote: Lui donner toile c'est dj trop...c'est vraiment dsagrbale... histoire, acteur, horreur, montage, image, texte, contenu.....TOUT est dsagrable
(mx) wrote: ya of course u can figure the story line already :)
(gb) wrote: painful to watch, but that's the point, war isn't pretty and this movie shows that.
(es) wrote: This is the kind of movie only the French can make. . .about two people getting together and the differences they make in each other's lives. More often than not, whenever Hollywood attempts to make a small movie, it comes off ham-handed. Although this movie may be as light as a croissant, it's quite tasty as well. There have been more movies about "May - December romances" than I care to remember. All but a few (such as "Lost in Translation") come off as a typical male mid-life crisis sex fantasy. Although there is some rather steamy scenes in "The Housekeeper", the movie isn't so much about romance as it is about how the people we meet can cause changes in our lives. Jean-Pierre Bacri plays a middle-aged sound engineer who's separated from his wife and the small apartment he lives in really shows it. He hires Emelie Duquenne, an alluring twenty-something, who, after a few days on the job, is put out on the street when her boyfriend breaks up with her. She asks the engineer if she can stay with him a few days while she finds another place. What kind of lonely middle-aged man can say no to that? Naturally a relationship develops and before long both of them are swept up in a passionate romance that the both of them know will end badly. The acting by both leads is superb, especially Mr. Bacri who at the end of this movie show the pain of one of life's lessons earned the hard way. Ms. Duquenne (last seen in "Brotherhood of the Wolf") is gorgeous and is convincing as a young woman who is still sometimes under the control of her raging hormones. Veteren director Claude Berri gives "The Housekeeper" just the right amounts of humor and pathos with a light touch making this film on DVD the perfect escape from the poundings of the X-Men and the Hulk. :p
(it) wrote: nice coming off age film...
(es) wrote: This is an 80's flick that really needs to be remade now. I really dislike remakes. But with technology what it is and a good story? I could see this take a young director all sorts of places.
(jp) wrote: This story has the cleverness of a door slamming. It's full of nonsense where Hollywood thinks it going to play it cute with the audience by throwing some beautiful people and a bunch of cameos together.
(ru) wrote: Perhaps it was the best that when I began watching Bond back many years ago, I decided to start at the very beginning (as is usually the best thing to do with large film franchises.) Dr. No isn't the best, or most elaborate Bond film, but it's a somewhat decent place to start a franchise with so many ups and downs in quality that the films have experienced over the years.Sean Connery is still my favourite Bond of all time; yes, beyond Daniel Craig and Roger Moore. Aside form the fact that Connery was the first to portray Bond on the big screen, he gives Bond a personality that every other Bond actor has tried to build upon by various means, but never fully eclipsing him. What makes Connery's Bond so good is that he projects a confidence while still being extremely suave, yet he can also become cold-blooded at a second's notice; plainly said, he has by far the most dexterity and range of any of the Bonds, and the 1960s were the 007 franchises' first Golden Age.Looking back at it, as a story, Dr. No isn't at all the most three-dimensional, and it indeed suffers from the flaws of EON having to eliminate all of it's story-arc ties with Dr. No as a novel being in the middle of the 007 series. Aside from it's story limitations, it is a resounding smash as a spy and suspense film, although not nearly as good and seamless as it's successor film.With the Bond multi hundred million dollar budget films that are getting doled out every three or four years these days, it's often difficult to remember the limitations that the Bond films earlier on (especially in the early sixties) had to deal with. This is especially the case of Dr. No as it was the first in the franchise, and thus dealing with even a more paltry budget than it's immediate successors. Despite the limitations, though, the classic Hollywood influence does seem to seep into and shine in this film, although I think they could have structured it a tad better overall.Aside from being the first film of the series, Dr. No is also quintessential to the franchise as it was the film that introduced all the "Bondsy" stuff which would more or less be continued throughout the series to varying degrees and make the 007 films the ones we know and love to this very day (the martini, the suits, the gadgets, the small exotic sports cars, the elaborate lairs and villains, etc.). And although in comparison to Thunderbolt and From Russia with Love, the climax seems somewhat lesser-dramatic and kind of left me wondering if that was all as the credits began to roll, but as a debut spy film made in a time when The Beatles were still playing dingy clubs, it's a pretty damn good one.
(jp) wrote: A classic gangster movies, with another fine performance from Edward G. Robinson. A gangster escapes an attempt on his life by rival mobsters, and hides out in a monastery.
(br) wrote: One of the best in the series! I think this movie had a good point to it and a good plot. I didn't like the fourth installment in the series so it made me think that this would be awful but after i saw it i was amazed? The characters i love and the music. I love how they were all brought back together in one movie! If there is a sixth installment coming out then i would love to see the same characters from this one. Most teens watch these type of movies and i'm one of them. I'm 16 years old and I can really enjoy this movie because i love the music, love the characters, and love the plot. I was impressed with the third, bored by the fourth, and impressed once again by this one. Thanks for making a movie i can enjoy. :)
(de) wrote: not bad a bit more gore please