Bless the Child

Bless the Child

When Maggie's sister Jenna saddles her with an autistic newborn named Cody she touches Maggie's heart and becomes the daughter she has always longed for. But six years later Jenna suddenly re-enters her life and, with her mysterious new husband, Eric Stark, abducts Cody. Despite the fact that Maggie has no legal rights to Cody, FBI agent John Travis, takes up her cause when he realizes that Cody shares the same birth date as several other recently missing children.

Omens and concepts of good vs. evil have no place in Maggie O'Connor's well-ordered, practical universe. Her life revolves around her job as a nurse at a busy New York hospital, until one ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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FilmGrinder S (gb) wrote: 97%1. The next step in human evolution: Adam and Eve...zombies2. I, Robot finds nervana, all robots soon to follow3. Aliens play space pool

Jocey D (de) wrote: Intriguing story with odd twists and turns, never boring with each revelation. A romantic thriller played out nicely till the bitter end. Geoffrey Rush and Sylvia Hoeks deliver with brilliance. Their performances do not disappoint.

Justin N (ru) wrote: A very entertaining look at Apple's beginnings. A great film, even if it's missing Jobs, Wozniak, and Ive. I expected that it might have a good deal of Apple-worshiping fanboys spouting streams of over-adoration out of their chic-as-hell mouths. Fortunately, that was not the case as often as I thought it would be. It seemed to be, in many ways, a more realistic picture of Apple than is typically painted.

Charlie L (ru) wrote: A terribly scripted attempt to recreate the greatness of its predecessor.

Logan M (nl) wrote: While it's highly immature and I wasn't always proud when it successfully made me laugh, "Waiting" is one of the few "day in the life of" comedies since "Clerks" that's actually worth watching.

Gabriel K (es) wrote: This is an unconventional movie in a sense that it doesn't rely on a structure an average moviegoer would expect. It features little dialogue and minimalistic plot, and relies on visuals and emotions to convey the story.

SFG 7 (fr) wrote: When you don't know your next step... improvise.

Debra B (kr) wrote: this movie was fun!!!!

Inta K (ru) wrote: quite good movie about family with lots of problems and unspoken emotions...

Rob B (es) wrote: yet another outing from the earlys 90s genra witch i love of man from space/future/passed becomes stuck in modorn america same old story as masters of the universe, beastman 2 , calafonia man and even thor but this time with a bizare comedy duo of hulk hogan and christopher lloyd worth it for the lols and face palms

Steve W (de) wrote: I did not enjoy Marked for Death the first time I saw it. Viewing it again, it has that 90's charm and definitely has re-watch value.Marked for Death tells the story of DEA agent John Hatcher (Seagal). He's burnt out. His partner got killed in a Mexican bust gone wrong, and he just wants to enjoy some time off with his sister and niece. But when some nasty Jamaican posses try to murder some rivals in the same bar, Hatcher intervenes and becomes marked for revenge. The ensuing escalation forces Hatcher and old buddy Max (Keith David) to team up and finish off these drug dealers for good.One of the best parts of this movie is the unintentional hilarity of some of the action scenes. Steven Seagal in his prime is a pretty big guy, and whenever he fights a baddie and they get a punch or two in, it doesn't look like it hits at all. But Seagal has to fake it, so the movie is suspenseful. The result is Seagal taking down guys with extreme prejudice, and faking hits by guys way smaller than him.Despite that, the movie is truly entertaining. Its packed with ferocious fight scenes, chases, and creepy voodoo scenes. The result is one of Seagal's finest films.

Jeremy S (us) wrote: Average Sinatra film which says alot since I think Sinatra was the man!

Jason C (de) wrote: A more overrated movie has not been made that I can think of.

Kevin R (nl) wrote: Are you trying to get me to shoot you?A young boy living with his mother and step dad loses his mother during the birth of his little brother. His step father chooses the boy over saving the mom during birth and the young boy never forgives him. One day, he kills his step dad and helps his brother find a worthwhile home. The older brother becomes a ruthless outlaw and the younger brother is an outlaw, but hopes to eventually settle down and begin a family. The older brother never forgives the younger brother for his mother dying. Eventually, they will settle this dispute, over the death of their mother, with their guns."Inside me there is life. For the first time I can see that it is different with you. They say you carry death."Charles Dubin (director of episodes of Matlock, MASH, Roots, and Hawaii-Five-O) collaborates with Samuel Fuller (director of I Shot Jesse James, Hell and High Water, and The Naked Kiss) to deliver The Meanest Men in the West. The storyline for this movie was delivered from the first two episodes of the Virginian. The plot is above average but not elite for the genre. The dialogue was okay but the acting was better than I anticipated and includes Charles Bronson, Lee Marvin, Charles Grodin, Gary Clarke, and Miriam Colon."I sentenced you to ten years.""Well, I only served three months."I DVR'd this picture because it starred Charles Bronson. His old school movies are generally pretty good; unfortunately, this was just okay. The plot had a lot of potential but wasn't delivered with as much drama as I had hoped. Overall, this movie is an above average western but far from a classic. I only recommend seeing this if you're a huge western genre fan."I hate the baby and I hope it dies!"Grade: C+

Ed A (mx) wrote: One of the weakest John Wayne films I've seen. Poor plot and dialogue. The best thing about it was learning the tactics used to fight oil well fires.

Eric B (au) wrote: Sharp, nuanced and very enjoyable.