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Bruno V (gb) wrote: A tour guide goes in the house were she works with some friends at night , and guese ... no one get's out alive ....or does the guide survive ? ...whooo
Jennifer E (au) wrote: Wow. This is terrible, brutal, and unimaginable. How much of it is based on facts, I don't know but it may be worth looking into. If it did happen this way, it never, ever should have.If it was the director's intent to make me feel horrified, he has succeeded. This is quite disturbing.
Johnny B (ca) wrote: art film at its artsy-est. whatever man. This genre is a thin line between awesome and stupid. This film was exactly on the line for me.
Kerby H (ag) wrote: Even for a dumb comedy, this was really, really dumb. Dave Chappelle is occasionally funny but this movie is too dumbed down to be anything special.
Terri H (gb) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
Terry M (it) wrote: One of the best vampire movies out there. Excellent story and mythology.
Phaedra V (br) wrote: It seems like good fun, but is actually unfocused, and quite contrived,and silly.Good for a laugh, nonetheless.
WS W (br) wrote: I wonder why every British TV (or TV-movie) from the same genre looks like being molded by the same person?
Martin D (jp) wrote: The first movie about the famous golden mutt. Benji is a stray who has nonetheless worked his way into the hearts of a number of the townspeople, who give him food and attention whenever he stops by. His particular favorites are a pair of children who feed and play with him against the wishes of their parents. When the children are kidnapped, however, the parents and the police are at a loss to find them. Only Benji can track them down, but will he be in time? If he can save the day, he may just find the permanent home he's been longing for.
Anastasia (nl) wrote: Uninteresting final act (13) TO OWN
Scott C (es) wrote: Entertaining for its day. Probably wouldn't hold up today.
Leon B (kr) wrote: Review:Although Richard Gere is superb in this movie, I couldn't really see the point of it. The film kicks off with Franny (Richard Gere) in the car with his two best friends, Mia (Cheryl Hines) and Bobby (Dylan Baker), and while he is hugging Bobby, who is driving, a speeding car hits there car and Franny manages to escape with fatal wounds but he sadly loses his two best friends. After those dramatic scenes, Franny becomes a recluse and ends up addicted to painkillers until he gets a call from Mia & Bobby's pregnant daughter, Olivia (Dakota Fanning) who wants to come home with her boyfriend Luke (Theo James). After buying the couple a house, Franny does everything for the couple, out of guilt, because he feels responsible for the car crash but when he isn't able to get anymore prescriptions for his painkillers, he becomes out of control, and he's unable to hold it together. That part of the storyline is pretty straight forward but it doesn't seem to go anywhere. I thought that Luke treated Franny quite terribly, after everything that he had done for him, and Olivia didn't really interact with Franny, until the end, when he was struggling against his addiction. Anyway, it's a watchable drama with some emotional scenes but the storyline dries up after a while.Round-Up:Richard Gere, 66, isn't one of those actors that takes on any and every project, that is brought to him and I must admit, some of his latest movies haven't been that great but that's not due to his great acting skills. Since his first movie, Operation Undercover in 1975, Gere has only made 50 movies, which have grossed nearly $1.5Billion, with Pretty Woman being his biggest hit with $178.5 million and he has become a household name with his dashing looks and cool demeanour. This movie was directed by Andrew Renzi, 31, who has only made 3 shorts in his career and a movie called Fishtail, which I personally haven't heard of, so he hasn't got that much experience behind the camera. He certainly got the most out of Richard Gere but from an entertainment point of view, it needed some other elements to keep it interesting.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $2millionI recommend this movie to people who are into their dramas starring Richard Gere, Theo James, Dakota Fanning, Cheryl Hines, Clarke Peters and Dylan Baker. 4/10
Grgory L (ca) wrote: Impressionnante r (C)alisation pour un film de 1966 ! Pour fan de course automobile bien sur...