Bonneville

Bonneville

Three women take a road trip to Santa Barbara in order to deliver the ashes of one of their dead husbands to his resentful daughter. Faced with the decision of a lifetime, Arvilla Holden hijacks her two best friends and sets off in a vintage '66 Bonneville convertible.

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Michael K (ca) wrote: Quirky, yet entertaining.

Mark S (ag) wrote: Recommended by Derek.

Cameron K (de) wrote: A cross between 8-mile and a parable from the bible. The script at times is melodramatic but it lends itself well to the story being tld. Its refreshing to see characters that whilst good people don't always make the best decisions. A Mormon based film that has great cross over potential. The final scene whilst it hits you over the head with its sentimentality is touching and emotional causing a solitary tear to roll down my cheek. Sign of a good movie pay off

Consuelo M (de) wrote: I was impressed with this film. The quality of the interpretations of two Fernandes, and landscape and history. He touched my soul, made me think. Suddenly, I felt helpless in the face of everything I still do not know the world and its reality.

Nicola S (ca) wrote: Funny, depressing, genial...a movie full of absurd and dark humour that caught my mind...I really loved it

Private U (gb) wrote: never heard of it but hey, zombies and chicks in bikinis in the same movie can't be all that bad

Peter J (de) wrote: How can i ever slag this MASTERPIECE off?? Never i tell you, Tim Roth is absolutely supurb, Gary Oldman is great but the star of the show is definately Phil Daniels in his best ever performance, jesus watching this is a bit like seeing life through my very eyes, beautiful dramatical genius!!!

Disney Princess n (br) wrote: I 've never seen it but I love Shirley Temple so.............

Wendy H (mx) wrote: so lame we need a new word for lame

Ryan V (ag) wrote: Still the standard bearer for what a Trek film should be. We get a welcome return to a storyline based on one of the most beloved Trek episodes. Khan is still the best cinematic villain the crew has faced. In addition, this has a sense of fun and humanity to it that the previous installment lacked. While it's meaning and impact are undone in the next film, the major death at the end of this is still incredibly moving over 30 years later. This is a flawless film.