A man is accused of a series of murders that were actually committed by a crazed killer called "The Tiger." He must prove his innocence and catch the murderer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Ticket of Leave Man
A man is accused of a series of murders that were actually committed by a crazed killer called "The Tiger." He must prove his innocence and catch the murderer.
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Halmartin B (de) wrote: An uninspired movie that doesn't even rise to the level of being called silly. It was Sandra Bullock's second movie. Despite having studied under Sanford Meisner, it's a stretch to call her acting serviceable. Jonathan Penner acted rings around her, which isn't say much for this barely B list TV actor. She was however, so damned cute, and so already had precursors of the iconic "Sandra Bullock" voice and look. By 1996 and nine movies later, she starred in Speed and became the star she is today. It's only worth seeing for the few scenes she's featured in.
Yoosik O (ru) wrote: "The Big Chill" meets "The Joy Luck Club". Professionally done and Great real performances by the lead actors. Emotional, humourous, a bit sappy at times, but it's a pleasure just to see Asian actors acting outside the stereotypes and playing the lead in a film but rare. However, I'm not sure I would've been as enthousiastic about it if I saw the same thing with an all white cast.
Kristin L (jp) wrote: This documentary was very inspiring.~ It shows how food is treated in a way that promotes spirituality-something people tend to forget when they're not mindful.
Mike S (fr) wrote: yeah, I was rooting for the sharks... loved the overhead shots of the shark swimming under the researchers boat, but no one seeing it
Darren L (fr) wrote: Good job it was Jodie Foster in the lead otherwise this might have floundered.
Garwin S (jp) wrote: Interesting characters.
Luke P (nl) wrote: Well-acted, strong direction and a meaningful script. 21 Grams is another success for Alejandro Gonzlez Irritu and Guillermo Arriaga Jordan
Stefan G (fr) wrote: It looks as though Airheads could have been a good movie, or at least a fairly decent one, but they just kept screwing it up. Many of the characters are just plain jerks, and I think they made some pretty poor casting choices. Brendan Fraser and Steve Buscemi are okay, but why'd they pick Adam Sandler? That guy can't even act! The story seems very improbable, and I can't help but think that it glamorises the very rock and roll terrorism that the main characters didn't really want to have to resort to in the first place. But in all fairness, the film doesn't exactly stereotype heavy metal too much. In fact, the film actually makes numerous covert references to metal bands that were popular at the time, and if there's one good part of the film, it's that they actually got White Zombie to play on a stage for this film. All in all, this film does have its moments, but it's mostly crap, mainly because there's absolutely no jokes whatsoever, even though it's supposed to be a comedy movie.
Kevex X (de) wrote: Like watching paint dry
Ralph R (fr) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice. Nothing will stifle hunger like Uncle Ben's invisible rice, homestyle.
Paul D (au) wrote: Bubbly semi-farce, but remains feel good throughout. Tony Randall puts in a decent supporting act, but it's Hudson's deception of Day which provides the interest.
Alden A (mx) wrote: It was good for what it was. Otherwise, nothing really to write about. The early-50's Tokyo high society life portrayed in the movie was pretty interesting. And I was surprised to see the one guy singing his graduation song in Latin. Anyhow, given the movie's title, it did make us hungry for some Japanese food afterwards.
Facebook U (fr) wrote: I am partial to epic stories of ancient times. It brings to life legendary characters. It is sad that the works of Hypatia were mostly lost. The film depicts all religions and religious people as easily manipulated into murder by their fanatics. Not sure how accurate this can be. The early christians had a woman disciple of Jesus and a version of her gospels was discovered not too long ago. This might have been known in Hypatia times so their anti-female rhetoric may not be that accurate. Hypatia seems to have been better than depicted in the film as well.
Seth W (de) wrote: This was an amazing movie, one of my personal favorites, but it takes a certain kind of person to understand it.
Andrew G (us) wrote: Thank you, James Wan, for making horror movies scary again. The Conjuring takes every haunted house clich in the book and serves them to us in a fresh, terrifying manner, reminding us why they became clichs in the first place.