Consent

Consent

A wealthy Manhattan family's inability to cope with the suicide of their eldest daughter sends them into a downward spiral of drugs, alcohol and sexual taboos that threatens to destroy them.

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Nick H (gb) wrote: Grocery receipts have BPA in them???

Ricardo Y (ru) wrote: I liked the movie. I didn't really laugh throughout the movie but it was entertaining enough to keep my attention.

Luke R (jp) wrote: I can see where they were going with this film, but I'm sorry - it wasn't for me. Whilst I am sure I may be missing some underlying "brilliance" from the director,Gus Van Sant, as a stand-alone piece of work I just thought it didn't give me enough. That may just make me stupid or something, but I felt the movie danced around the issues that needed to be explored further, leaving the main plot largely unresolved. I also wasn't a massive fan of the musical montages, even though some of the skateboarding shots were superb. Even thought I spotted a continuity error when Alex is walking back home with his notebook from the beach, the notebook goes missing in one shot, even though it was in his hand the shot immediately before and in the one after back at home. Just not a movie for me.

Eric B (ru) wrote: Was thoroughly moved and instantly connected to the coming-home-from-the-big-city/culture-clash elements.

Sanjay K (ru) wrote: Saabji, thats the word paresh rawal will have you keep on saying after watching this movie. nice story..

Pia K (kr) wrote: T olikin tuttu nyyhkyleffa... posassa ihana Susan Sarandon. <3 (Suom. Aina vierellsi)

Jessica H (fr) wrote: My favorite inspector is back on the case in another okay script.

Norm d (gb) wrote: Kind of a screwball & campy '60's quasi-spy genre romp with a deciphering nod to "The Da Vinci Code" to come, minus the catholocism. Not really Sanley Donen's fare, it's light & goofy and, like an amusement park ride, kinda fun going nowhere!

Dan P (nl) wrote: I started watching the Top 50 Westerns. Spencer Tracy and Robert Wagner star in this classic.Matt Devereau tries to raise four sons in the same manner as his tough upbringing with little success. Joe, the youngest and son of his 2nd wife, is treated differently because of his ethnicity. Joe loves his father and will do anything for him while the other three feel they are treated like hired hands.This one gets a thumbs up!

Ryan V (jp) wrote: A heartless conglomerate is seeking to shut down the last horse-drawn trolley in New York City, but Speedy (Harold Lloyd) won't let them undersell its proprietor without a fight. This movie's sequence of misadventures include a hypnotic trip to Coney Island's Luna Park, a cameo by Babe Ruth, plenty of traffic mayhem, and a posse of geriatric Civil War vets who tackle the bad guys with clubs, a hot iron, and even a peg leg improvised into a shank. Harold Lloyd was arguably the biggest star in Hollywood when he began working on this continuation of the stunts, bizarre similes, and physical comedy found in preceding hits like The Freshman, Grandma's Boy, and Safety Last. The advent of talkies (as well as the Great Depression) quickly made Lloyd's "Glasses Character" into a quaint relic of the Roaring Twenties, but Speedy serves as a vigorous and entertaining finale to its leading man's peak at the cultural zeitgeist.

Noah N (au) wrote: Terrible. Just absolutely terrible. Like as terrible as it can get. Terrible terrible terrible. Nothing more to say