When a Man Loves a Woman
An airline pilot and his wife are forced to face the consequences of her alcoholism when her addictions threaten her life and their daughter's safety. While the woman enters detox, her husband must face the truth of his enabling behavior.
- Stars:Andy Garcia, Meg Ryan, Ellen Burstyn, Tina Majorino, Mae Whitman, Lauren Tom, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Eugene Roche, Gail Strickland, Steven Brill, Susanna Thompson, Erinn Canavan, LaTanya Richardson, Bari K. Willerford, James Jude Courtney,
- Director:Luis Mandoki,
- Writer:Ronald Bass, Al Franken
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(kr) wrote: OK... Phantom is one of those odd shows that if not done correctly I get bored to death... this production is NOT one of those times! During the last 10 minutes of the show, I will fully admit, I teared up.... it wasn't just the singing but it was the acting that really got me. Those last few minutes of the musical can just be truly heartbreaking! The Phantom has always been one of my dream musical theater roles and watching this production you will see why! I definitely love it when a musical theater piece can directly speak to me in many ways... I highly suggest that if you can see this production (I think only four more showings) then I say you do!
(kr) wrote: not that bad for a low budget horror thriller.didnt like that main actress though
(au) wrote: This was one sadistic, stomach turning, weird and amateurish psycho/thriller that had no logic what so ever! The acting was painfully bad and Izzy the crazed killer reminded me for some reason of the killer in Sleepaway Camp 2 and 3, it was just how she acted. I thought the filming was actually pretty good and it made the movie look like it came right out of the 1970's same with the soundtrack but the weak script and underplayed performances and the unrational explaination didn't make any sense of the crimes committed which made it pointless in the end. Overall if you want to see a very disturbed, unbalanced, crazed, broken and emotionally shattered and not there individual commit bloody acts of rage against anyone that pisses her off here you go, I for one will never watch it again. It will make you want to take a shower after watching it and was quite a sad, sick and damaged movie about damaged human being, YUCK! NEXT!
(us) wrote: Fab brought back moemorirs
(es) wrote: Gotta love this movie . . .
(br) wrote: a rearly good film and great story line
(mx) wrote: The Irony of Silence in a Noisy World--A brilliant deadpan tragedy!!
(ca) wrote: Hilarious obscure gem, and I hardly ever enjoy comedies.
(fr) wrote: (DVD) (First Viewing, 5th Powell film) [b]The Edge of the World[/b] is the film that legendary British filmmaker Michael Powell considered his first great film, and it remained one that held significant meaning to him (he even appeared in it in a small role). Though some aspects of the film are rather amateurish, it's a very capably directed film and is a respectable kickoff to a celebrated career. The story involves a small group of people on a tiny Scottish island who are finding their traditional way of life slowly dying off. The young people are leaving the island for better work and wages on the mainland, those who are left are finding it impossible to carry on without their help. This conflict leads to a showdown that results in disaster, tearing a young couple apart in the process. The black and white cinematography is stunning, using the steep rock cliffs and rolling grass to full effect (it definitely hints at the renowned cinematography that would mark later Powell films made in collaboration with Emeric Pressburger). Reviewer comments over at IMDb say that this film is for Powell completists only, but such a pronouncement greatly underestimates the film's quality. Though in some ways [b]Edge of the World[/b] is a slight film, clocking in at a mere 75 minutes, I found it entertaining and would definitely recommend it to anybody interested in giving it a look.
(ru) wrote: It may be over the top but Grand Piano is an exciting, well directed extravagant thriller.
(ag) wrote: Caught me by surprise...not so bad.
(es) wrote: very underrated. spike lee tells one hell of a story about being an outcast not all will appreciate
(ag) wrote: blacksploitation crap, not well done