Ever judge someone just by looking at them? Of course, we’ve all made snap judgments about people. But what if we really got to know them? How would our opinions change? And what if we were forced to become them… how would the shoes fit then? Stressed-out high school teacher Trish Fahey can’t understand her students’ lack of effort and why their parents don’t seem to care. This perspective dramatically changes when Trish meets Molly, a mysterious stranger intent on helping her see things differently. When Trish wrecks her car, Molly is there as Trish wakes to find herself living the life of Cindy Kremer, the woman she has personally judged and criticized. Trish discovers that there is often more to the story and learns a powerful lesson that affects everyone she interacts with. Her husband, her daughter, the ex-Marine next door… No one is left unchanged.
Piia K (br) wrote: kyll ruottalaiset osaa tehd toimintaa!
Ileana A (ca) wrote: A very tasteful so common movie.
Melodee K (fr) wrote: I like this one better than the original! A lot more magic and fun!!
Harold S (jp) wrote: Was expecting a lot more from this it turned out to be quite the snoozefest.
Brian Let the guitar scream like a fucking facist (gb) wrote: looks very shining-esque very Kubrick-looking
Nikolas G (es) wrote: a typical American thriller , not really bad
Andrea M (fr) wrote: Every medical person can pick up some refreshings tips about patient care.
Eric S (ag) wrote: Completely stupid, but I love it.
Jonathan S (gb) wrote: Tom Arnold is in this...be surprised it gets even 1 1/2 stars from me.
Barry L (kr) wrote: The man was a comic great.
Zack B (de) wrote: Average western that makes it's mark due to strong performances by the two leads Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster. Fun adventure with a dull plotline that is familiar with many comedy/westerns around this time period.
Sally H (de) wrote: Plummy but charming propanganda thriller.
Evan L (de) wrote: A silent masterpiece from Yasujiro Ozu. Although it represents Ozu in the early stages of his craft, it contains the distinctive Ozu elements and is overall a pleasure to sit through. Despite being a silent film, it is fresh in much the same way as A Story of Floating Weeds is - the story could very well have taken place yesterday. As well as being a sensitive portrayal of childhood, it is also damn funny.
Caitlin L (ag) wrote: Surprisingly entertaining.
Anton D (de) wrote: For what this film is, it hits its mark wonderfully as nothing more than a couple kids who against all adversity, just want to go see their favorite band play; and in a time when: makeup, Donna Summer, high heels, and rock'n'roll ruled the universe. If you've ever wanted to do something you're not allowed to do-which should be 99% of the people on this planet, unless you're a fucking nun-then you'll find joy in a movie like this. No this is not Terms of Endearment, and no you will not cry and rethink the meaning of laugh; but you'll laugh, and that-arguably-triumphs everything.
Galvy F (ru) wrote: When life is so precious, light and delicate like a feather it takes us places we least expect.