After having visions of a member of her support group who killed herself, a woman who also suffers with chronic pain seeks out the widower of the suicide.

After having visions of Nina, a member of her support group who killed herself, Claire Simmons who also suffers with chronic pain seeks out Nina';s husband. As she uncovers the details of Nina';s suicide and develops a poignant relationship with Nina';s husband, she also grapples with her own, very raw personal tragedy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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rocki g (mx) wrote: Well I had a lot of fun with this kids movie that I even bought it on dvd cause it was cheap man I liked this movie I just don't know why only bad thing is that his is based on a online kids website game thingy which was a bit off for me.

Armando P (fr) wrote: Whoever had the idea to mix zombies and Abraham Lincoln deserves recognition but the lack of cinema knowledge here feels awkard.

Ryan W (br) wrote: This film might be a bit clichd at times but it is a entertaining ride

Nam P (mx) wrote: Better than I thought it would be, ending was perfect.

Ben J (fr) wrote: Certainly no Godfather or Scarface, but entertaining enough if you loved those films as I did. The dull score, a somewhat by-the-numbers Washington / weedy performance from Crowe, and lack of original scenes let down what should have been a sure fire hit, despite the advantage of being based on true, remarkable, events.The take-away that left me open mouthed - allegedly 75% of the New York drugs task force were found guilty of corruption, including drug trafficking. More dirt than Glastonbury :O

Lammy (mx) wrote: I didn't really like the ending. I seems like it just came way too fast and so much happened at once. The best part (that I thought was best, anyway) was when they stole the bucket from the 'koala'. That just made me laugh hysterically!

Claire T (it) wrote: it was ok but I expected better, I don't think I'll watch this film again though, I don't want it on DVD, it was an ok movie, it starred Eric Lloyd, Rupert Everett, Paul Reubens and Jason Alexander, it was ok but could have been better

Nikolai E (it) wrote: BMX Bandits. Starring Nicole Kidman, cinematography by John Seale. What am I supposed to say about this? Should I talk about Seale's total commitment to a neon spandex aesthetic? About how the soundtrack never misses a single chance to add a synthesized "whoosh" to emphasize movement? I was left with so many questions after watching this film. Why does the entire film have to revolve around walkie-talkies? Why are they throwing flour at people? Why is there foam everywhere? Why didn't anyone tell me there was a place called "Manly, Australia?" Am I glad I watched it? Yes, but only to assure myself that it really does exist. There are some half-decent stunts and a chase that just keeps going and going, and I suppose I should have just wallowed in the cornball campy silliness, but it's so scrubbed-clean and wide-eyed, watching it ironically kind of made me feel guilty. I bet I would have loved it at 10 years old.

Alex S (kr) wrote: Tony Curtis' antics to keep the three women seperated are absolutely hilarious! Seeing Jerry Lewis in a relatively straight role was most interesting to watch as well.

Kristi M (br) wrote: I can't stand this sequel, it just trumps anything remotely intelligent from the first film. The only reason I give it two stars is because of Mini Me which is admittedly a fantastic cult character. Otherwise, just ugh.

Logan M (ru) wrote: Just about matching the pace of the Dollars Trilogy, the steadily moving "Once Upon a Time in the West" finds a balance between artistic filmmaking and good old Western-style action.

Oku A (fr) wrote: Dumb theme song...dumb movie.