Billy Bigelow has been dead for 15 years. Now outside the pearly gates, he long ago waived his right to go back to Earth for a day. He has heard that there is a problem with his family: namely with his wife Julie Bigelow, née Jordan, and his child he hasn't met. He would now like to head back to Earth to assist in rectifying the problem; but before he may go, he has to get permission from the gatekeeper by telling him his story. Adapted from the Rodgers and Hammerstein hit Broadway musical.

The story takes place on a film set in a wonderful seaside village. It is about a difficult process of Billy when he must go to Heaven and backs again to solace his wife and his daughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Matt S (ca) wrote: Madison County is the little engine that couldn't. The film brought nothing remotely fresh to the slasher genre and contributed zero scares, terror, suspense or inventive kills. Pointless comes to mind when I think about the film, which also has to be one of the worst, mindless slasher I've seen in recent memory. Madison County doesn't need to exist as it's already lost in the shuffle of countless others. The actors are actually pretty likable and give ok performances, despite the slim to none that they are given to work with. Thanks to a lazy script though, the characters they play are extremely dense and underdeveloped. The poor decisions they make are obvious rules of what not to do in a horror movie, which makes their demises all the more predictable with no room for suspense. The actors had nothing interesting to say or do but to run and scream for their lives, with zero payoffs. The killer is just plain typical and also had nothing intriguing to do and was a Leatherface wannabe, delivering no chills, thrills or surprises in the process. The disguise of choice for him though was appropriately grotesque, but the film doesn't give it a chance to deliver the full effect of it. Scarier on the poster I must say. No one to root for here. The director, Eric England does have some skill at creating an atmospheric, moody, 1970's ish vibe. I give him props for it as this is one of his very first feature film at age 24, but I think he should let someone else do the writing next time around. The story was just very uninspired and more of a rehash of countless other slasher films of the same ilk. The film also had some uneven pacing issues even for an 81-minute movie and didn't have a strong opening, middle or end for that matter and was never gripping. Had the look but not the walk or talk. For a slasher film, Madison County was dull right from the beginning. The chase scenes weren't thrilling or terrifying and the kills like I said were uninventive, predictable. The film never became its own because of unoriginal ideas and the climax or should I say anticlimax was rushed with no shock value and quite asinine. Overall, Madison County is not worth the trip. The film looked good but had zero substance or cleverness. The film had a lack of scares, suspense, effective kills, and a killer with little inventive skills and characters with little to no logic. Failed at delivering any entertainment value. Avoid this County! 1 out of 10

omar a (us) wrote: A great parody of the 70s action movies, great use of soundtracks and cinematography to capture the era, I laughed out loud a lot in this movie and this rarely happens to me, this is definitely one of the best comedies I have ever seen

Jeff S (br) wrote: Wow, first film in a long while I didn't hate Samuel L. Jackson in. Deep, intriguing plot about morals, love, and friendship, and how they all intertwine and compete in our lives. Really surprised this film hasn't been more embraced by the film-going community, because I really think it deserves appreciation for not only its acting but also for its presentation and feel, which are both excellent. Oh, and the excessive blood really wasn't all that bothersome :)P

Joshua D (es) wrote: funny because of billy bob thorton's comedy. way better than the original in this young man's opinion.

Alex A (it) wrote: hey i'm movin there!!

Charles S (kr) wrote: Very disturbing on some levels when it stops showing beautiful India and starts showing India's equivalent of the rural south in the 60s...

Dan A (nl) wrote: Still surprisingly entertaining for a 3rd straight to video sequel. Cheesy but worth a rental.

Emily W (ru) wrote: The filmmakers successfully extract the battle between succumbing to and fighting a mental illness from the memoir, but fail to drum up the plot in a realistic way.

Charlie G (au) wrote: There's a curse on the women that their men will die.One sister's boy friend dies and they bring him back, that's when all the problems start.

Slade W (au) wrote: My favourite Bill Hicks show.

Riard G (jp) wrote: Koji trash od filma, ljudi se raspadaju u duginim bojama! 4/5*

Stephen H (ca) wrote: A beautiful film that transcends its Soviet origins as a human story, first and foremost.

K G (es) wrote: Amazing! Best in its genre

Klairi F (ca) wrote: Nice twist in the plot

Jenna I (kr) wrote: A great documentary about The Residents- fantastic footage, high caliber interviews and just the right sense of humor. Those who are looking for an expose will be disappointed (though I feel like you can draw some reasonably intelligent conclusions if you're looking), this is really more of a love letter to the band, or perhaps even a great introduction. The Residents can be hard to stomach sometimes, and even then I've found a lot of their digital work hasn't aged terribly well, but Hardy does a great job of editing down and keeping the pace up and interest/energy high.