The Orgasm Diaries
A photographer and a taxidermist have a summer relationship.
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Karsh D (br) wrote: The only performance worthy of note from this lame rom com is the wonderful Lucy Punch.
Veronica C (fr) wrote: My favorite colombian movie!
Mike S (au) wrote: A decent romantic comedy in need of more consistent energy and wittier dialogue between Martin and Hawn like the classic 1930's screwball comedies.
Mike B (ru) wrote: Funny and works for me. Great to see Chase and Aykroyd work together. Silly and fun light entertainment.
Alec B (au) wrote: I'm still trying to work out what it all means, but its possible that there isn't a coherent central theme here, other than placing a few of the defining figures of the 50s in one room to see what happens. I found most of it interesting, especially watching the Marylin Monroe character demonstrate the theory of relativity, and while its admittedly confusing I like that its really trying to grasp for the soul of a distinctive American decade.
Paul D (au) wrote: Yet another critically acclaimed film made by Francis Ford Coppola that I found to be boring and pointless. Thankfully Matt Dillon's performance was good enough to keep me watching til the end. Good cast, poor story.
Nick G (fr) wrote: This is what "Cidade De Deus" would have been like if it had been made in the 1950's. Outstanding and brave realist filmmaking on the part of Buuel. It does a good job of showcasing the empty promises of the Porfiriato and the Mexican Revolution, how they adversely affected the lives of the poor in Mexico City.
Scott W (mx) wrote: Judy Garland really shines in this musical that is an ode to the town in its name. What's funny is that you really can't tell that the film is set in St. Louis, it could be any city really. There are a few great songs here, especially The Trolley Song. The movie sags a bit in the middle, when it's Halloween, but the beginning and end are quite good. There really isn't much plot to speak of, but it's about the closeness of one family and how they deal with ups and downs.
Jayakrishnan R (de) wrote: DOUBLE THUMBS UPViewed this on 23/6/15This could be the very best film that Hitchcock has ever made or at least in par with Psycho(my favourite). Hitchcock uses never seen before elements into this film like nudity, uncensored violence and most of all real shooting locations and modern camera techniques making the visuals striking and more believable compared to his other close confined films like Rear Window. This film really requires nudity and it shows how good Hitchcock could have done had they allowed him to show the shower scene in Psycho the way he shot it. It's violence and Hitchcock's tread into much darker material is essential because it adds much psychological tension to the film. The score is also great. The most interesting storyline in the film is a comic relief story of the investigating officer and his wife. The story lets us guessing and tightening things even as the film goes to the very near. The performances are also spot on with Barry Foster giving an unforgettable performance and equally good is Alec McCowen who only comes into the latter half of the film. However, if I asked, I would say there's one small problem. The film shows women in a bad light in generally, they are all either nude and killed or they are beings that fail to understand the truth, like the secretary of Ms Blaney or the wife of Blaney's friend or like the investigator's wife.
Robert E (mx) wrote: Dana Andrews in one of his best performances. Gene Tierney also delivers in this crime classic.