Andrew Garfield, Mahershala Ali, Ruth Negga, and five others received their first-ever acting nominations for 2017. While these actors are new to the Academy Awards, you may recognize them from their earlier work.
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1st watched 2/22/2003 - 1 out of 10(Dir-Pete Walker): Boring teaser early 70's british film about a hired investigator trying to find a daughter of a wealthy man. A very similar theme to the much better George C. Scott movie called Hardcore, where he's searching for his own daughter in the sleezy world of strip-clubs etc. Well, in this one the investigator is looking for Greta(the daughter) in strip-clubs etc.. Of course the investigator has his own sexual playtime with an old friend who is close to being married and of course, he's engaged too(It's the 70's you know). Then his partner becomes his helper in the search for Greta. There is actually 3 scenes in this movie that are in 3D!!(Thus the title- where four dimensions came into play I don't know). These scenes are flashbacks where we get to see Greta's boobs a little closer(if your glasses work.). Other than this there isn't much else to this movie. A waste of about 1 and ½ hours of most people's time in my opinion.
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