Accidents Happen

Accidents Happen

There are dysfunctional families... and then there are the Conways. After a family tragedy, 15-year-old Billy Conway has become the de facto glue between his bitter mom, distant brother, and stoic dad. But when Billy starts to act out, everything changes for him and his family

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Deepak M (au) wrote: And endearing love story.

Vivian W (it) wrote: Rather disappointed as they speak dialect 90% of the movie...

Matt R (ca) wrote: A lot better than I first anticipated, a fictionalized dramatization of the 'infamous' Battle in Seattle from '99. Very interesting movie and really well put together. Good group of actors/actresses too.

Andrew G (ru) wrote: It's as terrible as you'd think it'd be. The acting is great all around, that's the only positive thing to be said about this garbage pile.

Ann D (jp) wrote: pretty good but strange show.

Jack G (fr) wrote: Carpenter does Hitchcock, which is as grisly and absurd and bugged-out as you would hope. Only Hooper kinda falters, though Hammil's acting saves it.

Claire A (gb) wrote: Being based on the french version made the french bits great and the rest of it complete tosh. I like sean young....alot. and seeing ted danson's chest was like some strange adolescent awakening...cheers.

Danny R (es) wrote: Excellent performance by Murray as journalist Hunter S. Thompson, who covered many events in the 1960s and 70s.

Jeff B (gb) wrote: "Are you ready for some football?" Terrific MST3K and a great ending to Dr. Forrester's time on the show.

Art S (au) wrote: Fictional characters mix with real events (and Lech Walesa himself) during the period between Solidarity's successful strike and the yet to occur (but thoroughly anticipated) imposition of martial law in 1981 Poland. Filmed at that time by Andrej Wajda, this film is extremely brave in its criticism of the government and its control of the media. Technically a sequel (to Man of Marble) but even with my lack of awareness of the previous film (and faded memory of Polish history), I found it compelling.

Michael O (br) wrote: Very enjoyable romantic comedy romp from Godard. Angela wants a child with Emile. Emile is not interested. Emile's friend Alfred (played by the great Jean-Paul Belmondo) might be the man to make her dream come true. A comedic romantic triangle that's a breath of fresh air as Godard breaks down cinematic traditions and techniques.

Robbie T (mx) wrote: With a same gimmick as "Buried" (some said that the production of "Brake" is even eariler than "Buried"), "Brake" tries to offer a more "commercial" plot. However, the story, especially the 2 plot twists, are pretty dumb.

Fernando C (br) wrote: has incredible special effects and good sets but the history it is so boring and the acting not help too much

Bill B (jp) wrote: Gave this one a re-watch, and I have to say that while I stand behind the initial grade I gave this one, I actually liked it slightly more on this viewing, presumably because I knew where it was going and was no longer expecting a big reveal or scare near the end.There's never any real burning, but the flick manages a few creepy moments here and there. It unfortunately never really gets scary, and with no big reveal to be had, you're left with some okay performances and scenery chewing, but the haunted house story itself has no teeth.Worth a look on cable or a possible rental.