Una donna per amica

Una donna per amica

Francis and Claudia are good friends . He is a lawyer, she is veterinary doctor. Among them there are no secrets , until John arrives. Claudia decides to marry him. Francis realizes that ...

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Makayla C (gb) wrote: I really want to see this movie.pleeeeeeease.

joana m (us) wrote: love u kenny chesney everyday i watch this

Petra S (mx) wrote: An okay movie I guess. Story abit thin though but the scenery and actors was okay. Good movie to see during pride week if nothing else.

Ritchie B (mx) wrote: Never has such a shockingly powerful film featured such shockingly bad acting.

Jared O (ru) wrote: Doom is one of the best, if not the best first person shooter video game of all time. Many video games have tried to copy its success to various degrees. Since Doom is a very important contribution to video game history, seems as though a movie would be inevitable.Doom was a troubled production. Universal was able to claim the rights to make a film adaptation of the video game, but that did not happen. The same thing happened again when Columbia Pictures tried to make a film adaptation too.On November 27, 2003, Computer Gaming World reported that Warner Bros. placed a Doom adaptation on fast track. As DC Comics fans may recall, Warner Bros. does not have a perfect track record when they fast track a project. DC fans will never forget what happened with Batman & Robin. A revised script was submitted to id Software (the studio behind the game) and approved. ER producer John Wells and Lorenzo di Bonaventura (who introduced Warner Bros. to The Matrix) signed on to work on the film. By then concept art and storyboards had already been drawn. On May 15, 2004, the Associated Press released a news article about how more blockbuster games such as Doom and Halo were expected to become the basis of movies with the later still not happening. The following June Variety reported that Warner Bros. lost the rights to Universal Studios. They also confirmed that the film will be based on Doom 3. With Doom 3 a few weeks away from release, Universal became determined not to let the same thing happen twice.Multiple articles about the film's production status were published between August 9 and August 18, 2004. Time mentioned that Universal was set to film the movie in Prague in the winter. The Hollywood Reporter released an article mentioning the release dates for eight movies with Doom being set for August 5, 2005. A few days later they reported that John Wells Production had the film in pre-production. Website Box Office Prophets named Doom as their project of the day and confirmed the shooting schedule and release date mentioned earlier that month.When September came it was confirmed that Karl Urban and then recent Bond girl Rosamund Pike had signed on. Word was that Urban and Pike were signed on to play as twins. Pike would be a scientist and Urban's character would be a space marine fighting not only alien demons, but an organization known as the United Aerospace Corporation who is responsible for the death of their parents. It was also revealed that production would start in mid-October, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson had signed on, and that the release date was pushed back to October 21, 2005.I like that Johnson, Urban, and Pike, all of who had already done action before in films such as The Mummy Returns, The Lord of the Rings, and 007 were signed on. An action film based on a video game franchise loved as much as Doom needs a cast that has experience with action. There is also fan service in the film. The first scene features a scientist named Dr. Carmack, an obvious nod to the game's creators John and Adrian Carmack. Fans will also be pleased that the film has elements from not only Doom 3, but also Doom 2: Hell on Earth in a scene late in the film that has all of the chaos finding its way to Earth. The Rock also gets a super badass gun called the BFG. This is easily one of the best looking props in the film. The film also tries to replicate the visual look of the games with the lighting, cool looking creature designs, and first person shooter scene that is easily the best scene in the movie.Despite all of the fan service, there is still nothing that hide major flaws. While it was stated that the film would be based on Doom 3, it really is not. The plot follows a group of space marines sent to investigate strange things that are happening at a research facility on Mars, but they find themselves at the mercy of genetically enhanced killing machines, while Doom 3 is about an unnamed silent space marine who takes on Satan's army. In the film, the way that these killing machines multiply is basically through infecting someone. But this infection thing does not stop there. It only does that based on what kind of person you are. If you are Charles Manson, you turn into one these things, but if you are a sweet little old lady, you gain some sort of super power through a twenty-fourth chromosome.I know what you are about to ask me. You are wondering if I could try explaining all that to you again, only in an easier way to understand. Truth is I cannot. The plot in Doom 3 is simple and has little to no science, the plot and science in the movie are more complicated than it needs to be. That is a major problem that this movie has. It does not know how to keep the story and science from getting too complicated.The acting is also a problem. Despite the fact that it is a movie that is based on Doom, no one in the cast looks very interested. It is like Urban thought to himself, "I was in Lord of the Rings. What am I doing here?" With everyone looking bored, I started to feel my boredom growing with them.The fact that the film tries to replicate the look of the video games kills the lighting. A lot of times you cannot see what is going on. While films such as Alien and Jaws are proof that what scares you the most is what you cannot see, Alien and Jaws still had the visuals lit so that you can see what is going on.The characters are also joke. Every one of them is a horror or action movie clich. There is the laid back black guy, the rookie, the guy with no personality, the one who is obviously going to live, and the asshole. The biggest problem with these is that none have anything likable about them.Doom is just like other video game movies. It should have been better. While it does have excellent fan service, I cannot give Doom any higher than a three out of ten because of its confusing plot and science, boring acting, clichd and unlikable characters, and awful lighting.

Chloe C (jp) wrote: A most delightful Japanese movie. The most charming guy is Kunie Tanaka (the old contractor and japanese carpenter with 51 years of experience). I love the scene where the old friends met informally before they came onboard to help build the house. They are the cutest bunch.

Jeremy S (br) wrote: Bill Bellamy's attempt at movies...he failed and so did this abortion. This has been done so many times before and he is just not funny

Sameen M (fr) wrote: I was gasping for air after watching this. The only thing I could do to express how this made me feel was curl up in a ball and cry to myself silently. Never has something made me question my reality and everything I held true than this masterpiece and cinematic even that truly, change my life. Watch the series first tho.

Mai M (es) wrote: it's delight to watch this movie :))

Ang M (kr) wrote: The kids in this movie are just beautiful.... I love it!

JohnRyan K (gb) wrote: Greatest movie of all time!

Anthony P (de) wrote: What an awesome and insane wacky film.

Dave S (fr) wrote: I can see why this didn't catch on with audiences - the crime procedural elements can be very dry. It's worth hanging in there, though, and while the ending could have easily gotten out of hand, Preminger and some very strong performances really sell it.

Barry N (br) wrote: Not as good as the first, but what film really is. The film was super cheesy and was just a redo of the first film.

Thatguy G (es) wrote: damnit. I can't fall back asleep.

Jimmy F (fr) wrote: Such a beautiful little documentary.

Kelly D (it) wrote: Great family movie! It has such a great storyline. Based on a true story. No swearing and nothing inappropriate.