I love that film!! I've seen it sooo many times!Spartan wrote:
Favourite film of all-time, hands down. I think I've seen it over 100 times but it's still brilliant. The cast, the plot, the children and the effects are wonderful.
It's weird to think that the film is almost 20 years old - it's a timeless classic and, aside from the fashion, it doesn't feel at all dated.
Oh I saw this film on TV many, many years ago. I don't recall much of the plot, but it was a good film. It's kinda weird to think of Sam Worthington now as the Hollywood leading man, when he used to just star in Aussie indie films.stevyy wrote:
With my grand love and favourite actor, my personal avatar and big love Samuel Worthington
I watched this few weeks ago by an accident, we thought they were playing The Graduate (1967) but it was this film I never heard of before. First 10 minutes or so we were all like ''come on, just leave that apartment, will this scene ever end?'' Then you realize the whole movie is that one scene in the apartment. By the end I loved it. It's based on a play and had several very funny moments. I thought Jodie overacted a bit in her mini meltdown by the end of it. She plays women under stress very well though.Mike_54 wrote:
I love melodramas and slow movies, but this one I just didn't like... I wasn't bored but I just didn't like it tbh.. I think it's way over the top.. Great performances though, Jodie Foster stands out ofcourse..Actually I think this is the first movie by her that I didn't like