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"snalen"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 60% (25 of 42)
Location: UK
Birthday: Sept. 2
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,657,076 - Total Helpful Votes: 25 of 42
The Hole (Bilingual) [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Thora Birch
The Hole (Bilingual) [Import] DVD ~ Thora Birch
The movie begins with Thora Birch's Liz wandering around looking a bit of a mess after apparently surviving something unpleasant until she is able to find a 'phone and call for help. Something unpleasant turns out to be an illicit party that went badly wrong when she and three classmates from her expensive private school found a hideaway in an old abandoned underground bomb shelter in which to hang out and misbehave and from which they were then unable to escape. Help when it arrives comes in the form of lots and lots of cops, the disappearance of these four kids having meanwhile occasioned a large measure of official anxiety. In particular it consists in Embeth Davidtz's Philippa, a police… Read more
Stigmata <b>DVD</b> ~ Patricia Arquette
Stigmata DVD ~ Patricia Arquette
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Gabriel Byrne is Andrew Kiernan, a scientifically trained priest employed by the Vatican to go off and investigate alleged cases of miracles. He's really keen to look into a case he came upon in Brazil where a statue of the Virgin wept blood following the death of some local holy man. Instead his rather unpleasant boss, Cardinal Houseman (Jonathan Price), sends him to Philadelphia check up the case of Frankie Paige (Patricia Arquette) who is having some strange hallucinatory experiences and has strange inexplicable wounds appearing on her wrists (as if made by nails) and her back (as if made by being whipped). What Kiernan doesn't yet realize is that these two cases are directly… Read more
Fallen (Widescreen/Full Screen) <b>DVD</b> ~ Denzel Washington
Fallen (Widescreen/Full Screen) DVD ~ Denzel Washington
3.0 out of 5 stars Ho hum, July 18 2004
Denzel Washington is John Hobbes, a homicide cop who is called to investigate a killing that looks very like the work of recently executed Edgar Reese and is disturbed to find that whoever did it seems to attach real significance to the odd riddle Reese teased him with shortly before dying. The riddle's solution leads him to the case of another cop's mysterious death in a remote mountain cabin thirty years previously and to that cop's surviving daughter, now an academic expert on angels. And deciphering the words of Aramaic Reece spoke to Hobbes in the same pre-execution conversation thickens the plot still further...
It's natural to bracket this film with Rupert Wainwright's 1999… Read more