Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning

Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning

Anne, now a middle-aged woman, is troubled by recent events in her life. Her husband, Gilbert, has been killed overseas as a medical doctor during World War II. Her two daughters are pre-occupied with their own young families and her adopted son Dominic has yet to return from the war. When a long-hidden secret is discovered under the floorboards at Green Gables, Anne retreats into her memories to relive her troubled early years prior to arriving as an orphan at Green Gables and being adopted by the Cuthberts

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Galle C (br) wrote: Une trs bonne surprise pour une comdie franaise. Le pitch tient la route jusqu'au bout. Les acteurs sont plutt convaincants (bon j'suis pas fan de Cornillac quand mme...). Manu Payet est juste excellent, une vraie boule d'nergie ce mec! Le duo Jrmy-Smitters est polant. Y'a des passages assez cultissimes quand mme! A voir!

Aaron S (br) wrote: Saw it at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Compelling story mixed with beautiful cinematography and scenery.

Mallory A (nl) wrote: Beautiful but very hollow.

Jackie T (jp) wrote: I adore Sissy Spacek. This was a good movie.

Sheryl T (ag) wrote: It was okay. I really felt like it could have been much better though. The concept of the movie is a little strange and I'm not sure how I feel about it.....

Fransiska I (nl) wrote: there are lots of other movies about life that are much much better than this one...

Brian H (nl) wrote: A mildly amusing, but bland and forgettable comedy. I'm a fan of Ray Ramano and he did a good job in his role, but Gene Hackman's performance was really dry. I think most of the movies problems come from the weak script. There were a few moments I chuckled, but not once in the whole film did I ever laugh at anything. This really felt like a 2 hour T.V sitcom and not a real good one. Even for fans of Ray Ramano I can't really reccomend this to anyone.

Kim D (ca) wrote: 'It's like a Wookiee man ahahlkdslkghasdlkgha'...

Charlie W (ag) wrote: Such An Amazing Film It Very Well Made And Will Have You Guessing

Millo T (nl) wrote: Good ideas about the relationship among human and gods... About the rest, not much interesting.

Everett N (ag) wrote: Loved it. Classic. If you like Steven King you will too.

Robert B (nl) wrote: subUrbia (Richard Linklater, 1996)I should start off by saying I am not a Richard Linklater fan in any way, shape, or form. (In fact, sticking him in a gibbet and allowing the crowd to pelt him with various lethal instruments for being the man who inspired Kevin Smith to direct would not be out of bounds.) When I found subUrbia on Netflix Instant, I added it to my queue without checking details, assuming it was the 1983 Penelope Spheeris movie of the same name. When I discovered upon further investigation that it was Linklater, I almost dumped it. But it contains two of my favorite nineties actors, Giovanni Ribisi and Nicky Katt, so I decided to give it a go anyway. Silly me.Based on a play by Eric Bogosian, subUrbia tells the non-story of a group of twentysomethings-one cannot by any reasonable stratch of the imagination call them "friends"-who spend much of their time hanging out beside a generic quickie-mart run, of course, by an Indian immigrant (Requiem for a Dream's Ajay Naidu). There is some hope that things may get interesting for these worthless drunks when Pony (Spider-Man's Jayce Bartok), a classmate of theirs who's now the frontman for an arena-rock band, comes back to town for a night and decides to spend it hanging out with them. While the story does have an arc, in that the lives of some of the characters do change during the narrative, here's a spoiler for you: it never does get interesting.What is interesting: almost every positive review I have seen for this pointless, worthless waste of celluloid talks about how "truthful" it is, how "real" it is, how "close to [my] experience" it is. As someone who spent my twenties drunk, let me state, for the record, that this movie is not any of those things in any sort of universal sense. If I'd had this pathetic a life in my twenties, I'm not sure I'd have ever made it to thirty. There is no sense of hope for these characters, even those who got out previously, or who get the chance to get out in the course of the film. There is no joy whatsoever to be had here. This is the kind of stuff Saratre would have written had he been suicidally depressed, perhaps, except that Sartre had a finely-tuned sense of desperation, whereas Bogosian's script (to which, I must say, Linklater's directorial "skills" are almost uniquely suited; there's not a shred of evidence that Linklater thinks about the composition of a single shot in this film) has desperation that looks more like a couple of tomatoes that were splattered against a wall by an overly-aggressive nine-year-old trying to work out his personal issues.Relentlessly, pointlessly, utterly dull, with hateful characters. Worthless. 1/2

Ashley A (ca) wrote: my favorite bollywood to date

Peter F (ca) wrote: Those with a Netflix account should be wary that this is not the Tom Hanks film. This partially true story about two would-be lovers pilgrimage on an island doesn't have much weight in terms of plot or character development. Roeg, as always, still proves to be a fascinating director, and his camera work is enough to warrant the film a viewing.

John Joseph M (it) wrote: A failure but an interesting one

Patryk C (jp) wrote: A cult comedy that makes you laugh every time you see it. It shows a typical Polish countryside, and two inimical families who have to cope with many problems of their own doing. It has many fantastic one-liners, many perfectly laughable scenes, in which the two clans play pranks on each other at one time, and reconcile at the other. The oldest members can't stand their neighbors, while the youngest ones easily fall in love. A great character-driven comedy.

Candee K (nl) wrote: Loved Ginger with Jimmy Stewart

Yuki A (mx) wrote: It;s all about relentless execution. Magnificent set and props. If u like anything gothic then it is a movie to be seen. With gargoyles, devil-shaped chairs, big doors which only can be opened by six persons, Sterberg creates one of the most beautiful visual feast in black-white movie history or movie histroy in general. The story?it's pretty lame n the dialogues are not as enchanting as in Mankiewicz, WIlder, or Stuges movies. It's Marlene Dietrich and Josef von Sternberg 6th collaboration.