Domino, based on the life of Domino Harvey, with extras included, including interviews with cast and Domino Harvey herself.\nPoint Of No Return. An excellent performance by Bridget Fonda with cameos by Anne Bancroft and Harvey Keitel.\nTaking Lives is a gritty film, requiring large amounts of popcorn\/chips.\nLong Kiss Goodnight with Geena Davis and Samuel Jackson, my favorite Geena Davis film after Accidental Tourist. Geena \u2018Charlie\u2019, superbly plays and amnesiac assassin, with her past life coming back to revisit her; how she deals with it after which only then is \u2018Charlie\u2019 able to move on. The beautiful visual (great photography) closing to the film finds \u2019Charlie\u2019 and her family are FREE.
This is my first experience with a order to wal mart that was not fulfilled. Wal Mart sent an email saying the order had been shipped and provided a tracking number on Nov 5, 2013. Today is Nov 14,2013 and the UPS tracking site says there is no info on the tracking number. I sent an email to wal mart customer service and I got an automated response. I called customer service and the black woman who responded said there was no tracking number but the item should be in the local store and to call there. I called the local store and of course there was no package received. The shipping email said the package would be delivered by Nov 15,2013. Sounds like I have to get a refund and reorder the package again.
The film squeaks in its joints whenever it tries too hard to make a 'generational statement,' and may annoy you with its glibness, but it manages to hold one's interest -- surprisingly at times, given the lightweight characters.
Its chief pleasure is the acting of the big cast, notably Pacino. At 55, he has a haggard, life-wrestling beauty and a street eloquence that has more innocence than De Niro and more sincerity than Nicholson.
If you are a fan of M. J. Fox as I am you will enjoy this romantic movie. If you also enjoy a good laugh this movie is for you. Fox is young in this movie and it was during production of this movie he learned he had Parkinson's Disease. A must see for Fox fans.