Born in 1943 during German occupation of their French town, Patrick and Marie-José have been best friends; now teens, they experiment with sex, which doesn't seem to bring them closer. ... See full summary »
It is about a loving couple which trying to make a living in 1951 Florida. When they are arrested, for a crime they didn't commit. The pair are given long jail terms and ripped from their ... See full summary »
An imaginative teenage girl, living in a mystical and dangerous community built on a deserted drive-in movie lot along the Texas/Oklahoma border, struggles to realize her potential, and escape the world she was born into.
William Robert Carey
Elderly aristocrats Lord Charles (Peter O'Toole) and Lady Diana Foxley (Dame Joan Plowright) give their staff - butler Benson (Ian Downie) and cook Margaret (Helen Beavis) - a one week vacation while the Foxleys visit friends as they have rented out their historic mansion for that week to a multinational corporation. As they are proud people, what no one but the Foxleys are aware of is that they are doing so only because they are in dire financial straits, and desperately need the money to retain their outwardly lavish lifestyle. But when the agency through which they hired the temporary cook and butler for the renters goes bankrupt, leaving them with no temporary staff, Lady Diana believes the only way they can get away with this rental plan without incurring a costly penalty or to advertise their financial problems is to act as "Benson" and "Margaret" themselves, much against stuffy Lord Charles' wishes and despite they not knowing how to be domestics. What the Foxleys are unaware ...Written by
When James is driving Nat away from the estate, a vehicle can be seen passing on the left side of the vehicle headed in the opposite direction. Since the setting is supposed to be England, James' vehicle would have been in the left lane and opposing traffic would be on the right. See more »
Some people are saying this uh... disapperaing act is little more than a cheap publicity stunt.
Bullshit! It's costing me a bleedin' fortune!
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Performed by Northstar
Written by Ray Loverock (as R. Loverock), Adam Zindani (as A. Zindani), Sam Yapp (as S. Yapp)
Published by BMG Music UK 1999
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not that bad
i saw this movie this morning and thoroughly enjoyed it. While it was not the most intelligent movie ever made, I feel that the previous critique was a bit harsh. This movie was fun, no more no less. Admittedly the actors won't win any awards for their performances but in my opinion they pulled it off. The story was quit shady but at least it wasn't boring and repetitive. I also very much so enjoyed the music. To many movies play the safe road, stealing plots that have been used over and over. This plot was totally new to me and i applaud the movie for that. Silverstone was also as cute as ever. I feel that this movie is completely suffice for something to watch when there isn't anything else on.
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