The Landlady

The Landlady

Melanie decides that one of her tenants would be perfect as her husband and decides to eliminate everyone who might interfere in her plans.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1998
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   widow,   jealousy,  

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Larry C (au) wrote: It has a point but it takes a long time to make it. Anna Kendrick is good as always. There are too many times when 2 people are talking at once.

Mohammed A (it) wrote: It should be better than this

Alec B (jp) wrote: Fascinating and sad look at the food industry involving corn, poultry, cattle etc. It really moves a person to want to make better eating choices and be more food conscious when shopping organic

Amy S (jp) wrote: Didn't keep my attention.

Tom H (au) wrote: Nice little 90`s b-action film . Not bad, not great either.

Andy T (au) wrote: The Battle of Algiers is an absorbing and exceptional political thriller, containing riveting moments of suspense as well as those of action and emotions, providing a perspective of war from both sides of the Algerian Revolution.

Jerry F (es) wrote: I watched a little bit of this on TV. It had it's moments but I didn't make it until the end.

Tim H (fr) wrote: Extremely boring, bad acting, & the story bounces around the life of Jesus so much, and it seems like they do not even want the words of Jesus to be spoken. For all the hype around this made for TV movie they sure did a horrible job with the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

Ranny L (gb) wrote: Maya the Bee Movie is an incredible animated film, written by Fin Edquist and Marcus Sauermann, directed by Alexs Stadermann. This is a very funny movie. I laughed during many scenes and I also cried during a few scenes. I love the movie because the characters are funny and it teach great lessons throughout the film.The movie takes place in a bee hive located in a colorful meadow full of beautiful flowers. In the meadow, there are many different types of bugs. Inside of the bee hive, there are lots of worker bees. All of the bees have different jobs and the jobs are assigned by the royal advisor, Buzzlina (Jacki Weaver). For instance, one of the jobs is picking up pollen. Another job is watching the adorable little baby bees. This is also where Maya (Coco Jack Gillies) stays until spring. Maya wants to be independent and explore the hive. She does not like staying with the babies, so she sneaks out when she has the first opportunity. When Maya sneaks out, she causes a lot of chaos within the hive because she is very young and does not know what she is doing. She takes you on a fun and exciting adventure.The movie is well written. Alexs Stadermann draws out remarkable performances from the voice actors and brings out the best in each character. I love how Coco Jack Gillies expresses Maya's feelings. Jacki Weaver makes the royal advisor, Buzzlina seem so real. My favorite scene is when Willi (Kodi Smit-McPhee) and Maya meet. They seem to like each other from the very beginning. Another favorite part is when there is a battle between the bees and another group of bugs. My least favorite part of the film is when something horrible happens to Maya and she finds out a secret about the queen.The message of the story is, everyone has a role to play in life. It takes everyone working as a team to get the job done. The movie is fun, fabulous and family-friendly. I recommend it for ages 4 to 18 as well as adults. I give this movie 5 out of 5 gold stars.Maya the Bee Movie Reviewed by Kayla P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 13

Anthony K (kr) wrote: An absolutely absurd male testosterone fantasy, but still remains a helluva lot of fun to watch. It may sport the same machismo-philosophy 101 of Fight Club (9 years later), but I give Point Break a lot more respect for its bold direction (those plane jumping scenes...) and electrifying stunt work (AGAIN, those plane jumping scenes!)