vis-i-tant; n: A VISITOR, esp. one from the spirit world... Samantha plays the role of "Fortune Teller," but she is a thorough skeptic about "paranormal activities" and all things ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Samantha plays the role of "Fortune Teller," but she is a thorough skeptic about "paranormal activities" and all things supernatural - she certainly doesn't believe in ghosts.
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Walter M (es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]Simultaneously a scathing indictment of boxing(surprisingly, more recent movies have been kinder towards the sport) and a gripping and symbolic drama, "The Set-Up" is centered on Stoker Thompson(Robert Ryan), a 35-year old boxer, whose own wife Julie(Audrey Totter) can barely watch her husband fight anymore. Even worse, his manager Tiny(George Tobias) has arranged to fix his next fight against Tiger Nelson(Hal Fieberling), an up and coming fighter, with Little Boy(Alan Baxter), a local mobster, without even bothering to tell Stoker in order to keep the money for himself, so confident is he of Stoker losing the fight. [/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]With that simple premise, it becomes very clear, very quickly that boxers are exploited by managers and other scum. While some boxers are lucky enough to get a shot at the title, most spend years on the minor league circuit, risking their health every time they venture into the ring. And Robert Wise's expert direction lets the crowd play a significant role as the viewer gets to see a variety of expressions from the spectators.("The Truman Show" tried the same thing but simply came off as insulting.) As predictable as the "The Set-Up" is(could it have ended any other way?), the meaning of the ending is not.[/font]
Barry T (gb) wrote: This was unsure what it was meant to be - Laddie hangover type male bonding or family rom-com.Both strands didn't connect well togetherThe man are a pretty awful bunch and then ending all "about family" is dire.....
Zainab A (ag) wrote: very emotional n so damn exaggerated with typical bollywood touch.
Jeffrey W (jp) wrote: Dumb, dull, denigrating, and degenerate.
Eliabeth F (gb) wrote: ok: in a campy sort of way
Sookie S (it) wrote: yep, well the silent film was made in 1902, and it was fascinating to watch with the little special effects they had at the time to use the other to films were a waste of my eye strain
Maddy C (gb) wrote: A film you shouldn't find funny but can't help but cry with laughter at. Inglourious Bastards manages to deliver humour, violence and entertainment in over four different languages. Waltz steals the show with his incredible performances throughout the movie making audiences truly love to hate him. Set in WWII it focuses on a group of Jewish soldiers set on revenge, but simply killing their opponents is not enough, they want to have fun doing it. A must see and another Tarantino great.
Brandon C (fr) wrote: A great way of telling a old Chinese folktale into a animation style!
Daniel G (br) wrote: one of my fav Ken Loach films
Andrew S (jp) wrote: A great cast, but the story is not nearly as interesting as expected.