When Will I Be Loved
Feeling undervalued by her boyfriend, a young woman begins to explore her sexuality with other people.
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Logan M (us) wrote: Although not as good as "The Conjuring," and somewhat unnecessary, it's worthy of entertaining.
Phani T (us) wrote: It's a Asimov story adapted to screen. And Asimov is enough to guarantee quality, no matter how bad the movie is made. The plot has enough twists to keep us guessing and the ending comes as a shocker to anyone who knows the "three laws of robotics"Must Watch fo Asimov.
Ashley T (nl) wrote: Fits perfectly into the so-bad-it's-funny category.
bill s (es) wrote: As a baseball movie it's watchable but as a romance it's horrible,,,,the weakest of Costner's baseball trilogy.
Megan G (nl) wrote: whoever wrote the "movie review" for this does not understand the point of the movie. Also, I wanted to puke the whole time it was so horrific.ALSO! Emotional rupture?! What the fuck? How about the slow realization that all of the aerial shots are from death flights? And where does this person get off even comparing this to The Night Porter. They aren't even in the same category.I can't.
Jessica H (us) wrote: It has it's moments, but they are few and among the average gags and characters.
Beth G (ru) wrote: There are some great people in these films and I continued to find them fascinating in this film. I am always sad when they say, "And he decided not to participate in this film."
Eleanor K (jp) wrote: You will need wine and chocolates to join in with this absolutely fantastic film! Enjoy Lee at his finest!
Scott C (nl) wrote: Wow! What an adventure movie! Errol Flynn and Ronald Reagan taking on the Nazis behind enemy lines! They don't make's like this anymore!
Justin S (it) wrote: Sharon is sexy, started off very engaging, kinda slipped through. Nice ass, suppose she set everyone up
Lee M (us) wrote: This cross of angst-ridden '70s road movie with Hitchcockian thriller is Australian director Richard Franklin's homage to "Rear Window." It has a curious tone, but sorta acts as a cinematic souffle -- lot's of air, but used effectively.