Ethan Bortnick plays the leading role as Nathan,a young boy who's separated from his mother when she goes missing during a trip to Japan to help after the tsunami. The movie explores issues like homelessness, military family life and adoption. Ethan co-wrote the music with Grammy award winning songwriter and producer, Gary Baker and will also score the entire film. Ethan will become the youngest actor to co-write the soundtrack and play the leading role in a feature film. When Army lieutenant, MARGARET PETERS (Lacy Chabert) goes missing during a tsunami rescue mission in Japan, back in Detroit, her son, NATHAN (Ethan Bortnick), discovers that his father GEORGE (Jonathan Bennett) isn't his biological father. Learning that Child Care Services could take him away, Nathan runs away before his father can explain. While George goes on a frantic search, Nathan takes to the streets of Detroit where he meets CAPTAIN MILES, a homeless Iraqi war veteran. Captain Miles takes the boy under his ...
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Brandon O (au) wrote: The story is as oversized as Affleck's suits, and as vast as his hat collection.Separated from its looks and performances, Live by Night doesn't have much going for it at all. There's a ton of commendable attention given to the period detail and aesthetics, all the way from the costumes to the cinematography. Other than that, it lacks both compelling narrative and characters. The story tries to cover way too much ground (including but not limited to: prohibition, gambling, corrupt law enforcement, legislation, the KKK, religious tent revivals) instead of zeroing in on a few riveting plot points, and ultimately loses itself.
Joshua W (au) wrote: wasent Rey Mysterio Jr in this Movie?
Rachan N (jp) wrote: Very cheesy, but classic awesomesauce
Nathan R (mx) wrote: Honestly couldn't even finish this one.
Emily D (us) wrote: Although obviously I knew the story behind the movie, I hadn't heard anything about the quality of the film, so I didn't know what to expect. But I was really pleasantly surprised and impressed. Good movie!
Jonathan J (kr) wrote: Robert Rodriguez's second movie. It was made for Showtime and they told told him it had to be about rock and roll and gave him a million dollars. With that said it is plain to see that it is way better than most films with that low of a budget. Awesome soundtrack. Rebel Without a Cause meets Desperado.
Keenan S (nl) wrote: This is a very enjoyable, but very underrated comedy it appears. Perhaps it's nostalgia that is making me enjoy this comedy, but I don't think I'll ever grow to dislike this film because I've always found it funny. I do wish it had better ratings, though.
Dave S (ca) wrote: It was a tight race, but in the end, I think I laughed even more than they boogied. I couldn't possibly begin to assign a rating that would properly convey how ridiculous this was.
TheLords A (nl) wrote: All for the past couple of months, one of my best friends Meg has been showing me a lot of movies that she really feels I "have" to see. So as part of working my way to 500 reviews, I'm going to talk about some of those films that I mostly want to talk about. So let's start that with Badknobs and Broomsticks.Plot: During the London Blitz in 1940, these three siblings named Charlie, Carrie and Paul are sent to the care of Eglantine Price much to her displeasure of taking them to her home. But when the children discover that Eglantine is an apprentice witch who is practicing to take part in the war effort, they convince her to tag them along as she being to find the headteacher of her school to begin perfecting her spells.Okay now while this movie is quite frankly one that I'm sure I would not have enjoyed when I was a kid, watching it grown up, I would say that I was fairly entertained. It was funny, it had some charm, the story was nice, some characters were memorable (but maybe not completely memorable as far as Disney goes), while most songs weren't too different from each other in some ways, a couple did stand out like "Portobello Road" and "Substitutiary Locomotion", and it gave us a unique look at things like witches and magic. But it ultimately worked best when it was funny. With scenes like when the main characters went to that cartoon island and the battle in the climax of the film, they really gave us some humorous moment that left me chuckling quite a bit. It wasn't downright hilarious, but it was really enjoyable family humor.And that's my review for Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Is this a super underrated Disney film? Eh... maybe. I can't really say for sure. But while I wouldn't say that it's one of the greatest Disney has given us, it was light, whimsical, funny, and gave us at least some animation to boot, which doesn't make it great but least was still entertaining to say the least. If you haven't seen it, I'd say it's worth at least giving it a try for its good songs, fun animation and pretty enjoyable family comedy.
Sarah L (es) wrote: absolutely awful in the most fantastic way possible! Scene after scene of horrible effects and even worse acting. I loved every minute of it!