If anybody was born to play Oscar Wilde, it must have been Stephen Fry: not only does he look like the Green Carnation Man, but he himself is often portrayed as being too clever, too complex for his own good.
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[Jackson's] doleful revenant is in almost every scene, and this hardworking actor seems to know that the film around him should be a light-footed caper instead of a grim noir with a side order of deviance.
Got this at a good price compared to other sites. I was initially concerned about the \"full frame\" version as I wasn't sure what it meant and could not find any description of it. However, all at meant was that the picture was in full 16:9 format.\n\nThis is a good mini-series for it's pure entertainment value. How historically accurate it is I don't really know or care. As with all \"movies\" I am sure that some artistic license was taken in the telling of the story.
*Emily Rose is a real person who wanted her story told to prove there is a bad place (not heaven), which means there is a Heaven. The proof they present in this story will probably give you nightmares\/images you won't forget.\n\n*If you don't like courtroom movies, be prepared since most of the story takes place there.\n\n*The Acting, Props & Stunts are Amazing. The girl who plays Emily did many of her own stunts (behind the scenes they show more about it); she is jaw-dropping in her part as you won't believe how believable she portrays the demons. As a true horror fan I Love this movie, but like the older movie The Exorcist...it is disturbing.
This is an amazing comedy, a great story line and an awesome lineup with an all-star cast. I pre-select upcoming viewings each & every day that it comes on my tv.\n\nI \"adore\" this movie and the actors are \"witty, charming & funny\", with each of their seperate reasons for coming to this hotel in India.\n\nAn awesome ending, that reveals the truth about life and love. \"Change is wonderful and sometimes the changes are the GOOD stuff.\" This is a comedy, and unexpected romance movie.
The contrast between Tucker's motormouth and Chan's man of few words should be funnier, but the plot -- which is cliched without quite becoming self-reflexive -- and the uneven pace dampen most of their moments.
I love Rush Hour!!! Jackie Chan was one of my favorite actors to watch while growing up. Jackie and Chris Tucker make for a unique, odd pair in this movie. Lots of laughs and great fighting.\nMy friends and I would quote those movie all the time!!