In order to regain custody of her daughter, whom she left in the care of her fortune-telling aunt, Mona must tell a social worker her story. The tale she spins---and the movie we watch---is... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In order to regain custody of her daughter, whom she left in the care of her fortune-telling aunt, Mona must tell a social worker her story. The tale she spins---and the movie we watch---is...
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jacob c (us) wrote: TURN DOWN FOR WHAT!!!!!!!!!!!! This movie is a commercial for shoes that help you do cool stunts. Paul Walker is a great actor in any movie he stars in i can't help but like the guy.
Niels S (it) wrote: Michael Douglas er rigtig god, fordi han formentlig bare spiller sig selv i rollen som uforbederlig scorekarl i galoperende midtlivs/alderdoms-krise.
Brad S (br) wrote: Well made epic Vietnam survival tale that's a bit of a slog to get through.
James B (br) wrote: A great documentary for any Joy Division fans here. With personal accounts from the band and those involed at the time give us a very genuinue and authentic look back at the bands beginnings and untimely ending. I was genuinuely excited by the rare footage of some performances and also some of the great photos of the band. You don't necessarily need to be a fan of Joy Division to enjoy this documentary as it is well put together with the music as well as the images. I enjoyed it as Joy Division are one of my favourite bands however there's nothing new really, it's a story I am familar with from reading books and watching other various similar documentaries.
Matthew T (nl) wrote: Mumblecore By Numbers (Numblecore?), but watchable nonetheless. Casey Affleck is perfect as the whiny self-centred Jim who manages to "find" himself after falling for Liv Tyler. I didn't even notice till afterwards when I thought "ooh, the direction was good, wonder who that was" that it's directed by Steve Buscemi. Which explains a lot.
Nilufer R (kr) wrote: I'm not sure why but I didn't enjoy this one as much as the others. As if there weren't enough acrobatics and the music was annoying. Maybe I wasn't in the mood. I don't know.
Matt G (au) wrote: This is the definition of a forgotten classic. A mind-bending courtroom drama punctuated with brilliant screwball comedy, and a gut-busting turn by Charles Laughton. Sarcarstic, acerbic and sharp, this is an absolute MUST SEE.
Danielle S (jp) wrote: It wasn't nearly as good as the first Stomp the Yard. It was great to see tWitch from So You Think You Can Dance in action. I hope he does more films.
Terry C (kr) wrote: Having recently watched Risen, this other movie of Christ is actually much more different and I actually should not compare. Because the story is set outside of the New Testaments account of the life of Jesus, it does fall into the area of fiction, even though if inspired by scriptures. I find no fault in the great performances from the cast, and nothing of the young Jesus which would seem out of character with the historical Jesus. But I did have some trouble trying to figure if the plot points where inline with the scripture accounts. Especially the plot which was driven mainly by Sean Bean's Roman centurion. The movie is respectful of scripture indeed, although makes for a less exciting movie to watch.