The Naked Target
A New York executive is handcuffed to a precious briefcase to which only his Spanish contact holds the key and of which many others are in hot pursuit.
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Adriana D (es) wrote: We watched "Like Someone in Love" a few nights ago, a refreshing change from the "Star Trek"s and the "Superman"s of these days. It is literally a snapshot of the life of a student-prostitute from Tokyo who unexpectedly develops a connection with one of her clients, a widower.The widower becomes something of an adoptive grandfather who is understanding and non-judgmental at the same time. He comes into her life at a time of alienation from her family and to help her get out of a very difficult relationship.The interesting part about this film is that there is no ending: there is no plot, no story to unfold, just real people (no good guys or bad) with real problems. The rhythm therefore is the life's rhythm: you watch someone fall asleep behind the wheel in real time.I do recommend it if you have a night in and want something else than the Hollywood's typical productions. I am certainly interested in seeing more of Abbas' productions.
Jan K (mx) wrote: This Is possibly the most boring 'horror' film I have ever seen. Sleep inducing.
Linda W (ca) wrote: Not very much stick to the comics. A bit loose in this chapter.
Stephanie S (ru) wrote: omg best gory movie ever! the graphics suck but its still funny as hell
Adam R (it) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Jana M (ca) wrote: Amazing opening scene!
Denise A (us) wrote: My fav. Freddie Prinze movie. A must see! I'm a Sap for Romance!
Lee A (fr) wrote: Great movie with excellent timing!!!!
Danny C (nl) wrote: Not as good as the 1st 1 but still ok
Kayleigh P (au) wrote: Not a bad "road movie."
Kyle E (es) wrote: What makes this movie great, is Julian Beck's amazing performance as Rev. Kane. He is extremely creepy and he gives the "Poltergeist" series a great villian to cheer for. Julian Beck is one of the urban legends of the "Poltergist" franchise. He died right after the film wrapped and they gave him a dedication in "Poltergist III." I am happy to own all three of the "Poltergist" films on DVD.