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Under the Silver Lake is a movie starring Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough, and Topher Grace. Sam, a disenchanted young man, finds a mysterious woman swimming in his apartment's pool one night. The next morning, she disappears. Sam...

Crime, Drama, Thriller, Mystery
David Robert Mitchell
Topher Grace, Riley Keough, Callie Hernandez, Andrew Garfield

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Genres Crime, Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director David Robert Mitchell
Writer David Robert Mitchell
Stars Topher Grace, Riley Keough, Callie Hernandez, Andrew Garfield
Country USA
Also Known As Tajemnice Silver Lake, Skrivena poruka, Kaliforniai rémálom, Lo que esconde Silver Lake, Το μυστικό της ασημένιας λίμνης, Tajna srebrnog jezera, Ta'alouma be'Silver Lake, Under The Silver Lake, El misterio de Silver Lake, Sous le Silver Lake, アンダー・ザ・シルバーレイク, O Mistério de Silver Lake
Runtime 2 h 19 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Sam, a disenchanted young man, finds a mysterious woman swimming in his apartment's pool one night. The next morning, she disappears. Sam sets off across LA to find her, and along the way he uncovers a conspiracy far more bizarre.

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Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 04:11

If you liked THE TERMINATOR, you'll love this. But for a "dude, i'm just a guy" type of movie, there's not a lot to it. It's about a man with a messed up life who becomes the guardian of a girl he used to be a friend with. Yeah, that sounds like some cop out and it is, but it does give you some idea of what's going on. And it's also pretty creepy. The film is based on the actual case of Stephen Knight (played by Josh Brolin) who has a girlfriend who was raped and murdered. He was actually pretty obsessed with her, but after he was convicted of the crime, he spent 13 years in prison. His prison's nickname was "The Oak" for a reason. It was a maximum security prison for the mentally ill, which wasn't exactly high security. The guards treated him like an animal, and they treated his cell mates like animals. It was a prison full of crazy people. Most of the prison staff were women. Most of the guards were women. And that includes the two guards, whom Brolin and Marion Cotillard played in the film. Brolin plays Knight. A typical type of prison guard, with a broken family and a husband who's no longer around. He's also a homicidal rapist. The movie gives you enough background on the facts, so you understand what's going on. It also has a neat twist to it, which is the fact that his wife is still alive and isn't in jail. I'll admit, it is predictable. There's some sexual and violent material, and that's what most of the film is. It doesn't hurt the film in anyway. I'm not trying to come on here and bash the film, it's just that some people might be a little confused by what it is and how it's made. But there's nothing worse than a movie with a lot of confusing information and then you can't figure out what's going on for the entire movie. I do have to admit, I was surprised at how well the film was made, the way it was shot, how well the special effects were done, and all the other stuff. The acting was good, and Brolin did a great job playing the depressed Knight. It also gave you a few scares. I didn't feel much of anything. You're not going to be creeped out, but you could be. I'm not sure why a lot of people are so worried about the ending, but I know that the movie's intended for you to not really know what's going on. You have to be smart about it. But it's still pretty entertaining. If you're into movies like THE TERMINATOR, then I definitely recommend it.
Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 20:10

I read some of the reviews on this movie and was struck by the amount of bad reviews. Maybe some of those are from those who have yet to see it, or maybe they're just not that impressed by it. Anyway, I just want to say that if you are like me and can't wait to see this movie, or if you're a big fan of Sandra Bullock and you love her work, then I don't understand why you would have negative reviews. It was, for me, a refreshing and awesome movie that I enjoyed very much. The fact that it was so similar to "American Beauty" is a plus. It was also refreshing to see a movie with a family-friendly atmosphere. I thought that there were some problems with the movie that I couldn't help but notice. Firstly, I'm not going to lie. There were a couple of times that I felt the movie was a bit slow. Also, I can't say that Sandra was totally believable as a single mother of two kids. The way she acted was very natural and kind of felt real. However, I don't think the parents were too bad and I was also very satisfied with the performance of the kids. I would have liked to have seen a bit more to do with the kids and more of their problems. I'm not saying that the movie didn't do a good job of dealing with their problems. I thought that the writing was actually very good and you could see the writing from their perspective. The movie was entertaining and I really enjoyed it. If you are a fan of Sandra Bullock, I definitely recommend this movie. I really hope that she does more movies like this one.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 03:03

When you read about James Gandolfini's upcoming movie "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" you can only imagine the level of suspense and apprehension that the character of Cooper will have to contend with. At the same time, you can't help but be a bit apprehensive about what the director, Jonathan Mostow, will have in store for Cooper and Smith. Fortunately, Mostow keeps the film at a respectable level of the suspense and tension. The movie picks up quickly, and the film never feels boring, and the characters are very believable. Cooper is given a complex and demanding role, as he must operate with a moral code that is neither one he believes in, nor one that is acceptable in his world. He does not want to be a hero, but rather the last line of defense for his family. Smith is a "nice girl" with a checkered past who must navigate through the murky world of family secrets and betrayal. She has little in the way of motivation and, after much tribulation, decides to kill Cooper in cold blood, though she is only doing it to save her family. She is responsible for the deaths of a number of people who were in her family, including her father. If Smith has the answer, why is Cooper so reluctant to share it? While the story is certainly engrossing, there is no question that it is derivative and is almost a re-telling of "The Shining". As a piece of art, the movie is quite well done. There is a certain loneliness that is palpable in the film, and the fact that Cooper is so alienated from his family is evident throughout the entire film. The cinematography is great, and some of the shots are absolutely incredible. Some of the most disturbing scenes in the film are taken from the book "Mr. & Mrs. Smith", and the cinematography is quite effective. The opening scene with the cattle rustling scene and the rescue sequence are particularly memorable. Some of the visuals are very realistic and realistic, and some of them are quite gory. While the violence is only used in the most unexpected places, the violence is incredibly realistic. The portrayal of violence is, on one hand, quite graphic, and on the other hand, it's realistic and very realistic. Many of the best moments of violence are taken from the book, and they are great to see. The atmosphere is just right for the film. The way the film is shot is quite atmospheric and the effects are well done. This film is not going to please everyone, but it is definitely worth the watch. It is a great movie, and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a movie that is "different".

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