Donna and Michael are getting married. But first, they have to plan the reception, get the tux, buy the rings, and cope with their own uncertainty about the decision. Michael fears commitment. Donna has her doubts about Michael's immaturity. Both are getting cold feet.
- Stars:Annabella Sciorra, Ron Eldard, Aida Turturro, Roger Rignack, Star Jasper, Michael Selkirk, Kelly Cinnante, Rick Shapiro, Suzanne Costollos, Vincent Pastore, Marianne Leone, Marie Michaels, Anna Vergani, John Nacco, Ann Tucker,
- Director:Nancy Savoca,
- Writer:Nancy Savoca, Richard Guay
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(es) wrote: Rempli de clich (C)s, cousu de fil blanc mais une v (C)ritable alchimie communicative avec les com (C)diens et de bons dialogues en font un film qui semble tr (C)s sincre et qui finalement marche...
(ca) wrote: Any gamer who is in to comedy similar to jay and silent bob will love this movie. It was actually pretty entertaining, especially for a straight to DVD movie.
(us) wrote: Not too bad but they didn't go into detail enough, I figured out a part of what was going on but they really needed to give an explanation.
(mx) wrote: Thoroughly gripping right from the start.
(gb) wrote: The scenery is great, but the plot doesn't move along very much at all. Good twist towards the end, and the two leads have their moments, but other than that it's pretty slow stuff.
(nl) wrote: A True Classic, Best Graffiti Doc. out there!
(kr) wrote: It's a bland thriller with enough potential to make it watchable. The characters aren't too awful, the plot isn't too special, and the ending leaves enough questions to make you think for a minute.
(au) wrote: a lot to look at, but that's all for me with this one, really. one of my least favorite by AK. the story is slow and I guess Shakespeare was enough for me.
(nl) wrote: John Wayne starring western in black and white from 1950 that is reunites Wayne with director John Ford.It is actually the third film in the 'Cavalry Trilogy' yet the first entry I have watched. The other films I must now see are Fort Apache (1948) and She Wore A Yellow Ribbon (1949).John Wayne films just make you feel good and probably what spur right wing Americans at times.The story revolves around Captain Kirby York (Wayne) who trains recruits to the US army at a Rio Grande post.One day his estranged son of 15 years recruits.Later in the film his estranged wife (Maureen O'Hara) enters proceedings trying to buy her son out of the army.The youuthful son becomes an accomplished soldier thanks to Wayne's influence and becomes a hero when York leads his men against Mexican Indians who kidnap the posts children.The film features some great action scenes featuring horse riding stunt work. The estranged wife elements adds some romance to the film as York reconciles with her.Apparently this film is viewed as the weaker episode in the Trilogy. I can't wait to view them then!
(gb) wrote: Larry Cohen originally pitched this idea to Alfred Hitchcock in the 1960s, but they couldn't come up with a good reason why someone would be trapped in the phone booth. Nearly 30 years later, Cohen came up with that reason, with publicist/hustler Colin Farrell answering a street pay phone that's ringing and then finds himself trapped there by a sniper who forces Farrell to not just stay in the booth but to also do all sorts of unpleasant actions (mostly involving him disclosing some facts involving his wife and his mistress, Radha Mitchell and Katie Holmes), or else the sniper will shoot him or others he cares for around him. Kiefer Sutherland is great as the voice on the other end of the phone, giving a performance full of scary menace without having hardly any onscreen time. Forest Whitaker plays a detective who shows up on the scene when it becomes a standoff situation. Where the film falters, besides the fact that there phone booths really didn't exist much anymore in 2002, is the 1970s style street people stereotypical characters and over direction by Joel Schumacher, bringing unnecessary stylistics to a film that didn't need them. The dialogue between Sutherland and Farrell (who is also terrific) is more than enough to sustain the film. Sure, you need to keep a film visually interesting that take place almost entirely in one location, but I think Schumacher took it further than needed. If the film had had more a William Friedkin 70s gritty style, I think the film would have much stronger. Still, it's a smart, suspenseful film that I really did not know how it was going to end, which is more than I can say for most Hollywood thrillers.
(nl) wrote: Dirty bums melting into pretty colors.
(gb) wrote: (First and only full viewing - 6/3/2013)