When Betty Anne Waters' older brother Kenny is arrested for murder and sentenced to life in 1983, Betty Anne, a Massachusetts wife and mother of two, dedicates her life to overturning the murder conviction. Convinced that her brother is innocent, Betty Anne puts herself through high school, college and, finally, law school in an 18 year quest to free Kenny. With the help of best friend Abra Rice, Betty Anne pores through suspicious evidence mounted by small town cop Nancy Taylor, meticulously retracing the steps that led to Kenny's arrest. Belief in her brother - and her quest for the truth - pushes Betty Anne and her team to uncover the facts and utilize DNA evidence with the hope of exonerating Kenny.
A working mother puts herself through law school in an effort to represent her brother, who has been wrongfully convicted of murder and has exhausted his chances to appeal his conviction through public defenders. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Christina E (ag) wrote: Awesome! We all know that you aren't supposed to take candy from strangers, but what about mysterious video tapes that show up in your trick or treat bag? Why not, right? While there are, quite frankly, parts that could put you to sleep, it all ties in to an eerie ending that gets your blood pumping!
Michael K (mx) wrote: It's not so bad as critics are saying, but as a Punk Rock lover I may be biased. I think it's safe to say that "CBGB" had the potential to be much more than what actually is. Still, those who love (punk) rock and its history will enjoy seeing actors playing Iggy, the Dead boys, Blondie and Patti Smith.
Allan C (kr) wrote: This 80s sci-fi action film hybrid has always held a special place for me. It's something of a genre mash-up that crosses an "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" type of story and plops it in the middle of the buddy cop action film. As corny as that sounds, the film completely works and is compulsively watchable and does it all with a straight face. Without ruining the story, LA detective Michael Nouri is forced to help FBI agent Kyle MacLachlan in a manhunt for an individual who ends up being an alien parasite that takes over unsuspecting human victims and then uses the human shells to robs banks, steal fast cars, and cause general mayhem, that is until the human body gets too shot up by the cops and is forced to find another host. The action is exciting and deftly directed by Jack Sholder. The script by Jim Kouf (billed as Bob Hunt) is smartly done and moves at a quick pace. There's also a solid supporting cast that includes Claudia Christian, Clu Gulager, Ed O'Ross, Chris Mulkey, and Lin Shaye (who until only recently I realized appeared in TONS of New Line Cinema films in small roles because she's the wife of producer/studio head Robert Shaye). You also get to see an early appearance by Danny Trejo who yells at the latest alien parasite human incarnation "Yo, Hippie. What kind of dude are you?" Overall, this one is something of a minor classic and is sure to please sci-fi fans and 80s action film fans alike.
Will L (ru) wrote: The true appeal for 'Dead Snow' lies in the filmmakers' apparent love for the genre. This is a splatter film made by people who not only have the skill, but also the knowledge and passion to please horror fans. It's creative, gruesome, and just downright absurd.
Hunter W (br) wrote: Ghost Protocol resurrected a franchise and reinforced Tom Cruise as the action star he deserves to be. The set piece in the Burj Khalifa was worth the price of an admission ticket alone
Hiu C (it) wrote: sheep don't give birth to lamb everyday, if you want to capture it, you have to wait, and wait. what makes this beautiful is, the moment happens, and the camera is there to capture. the give birth scene is so significant for realism cinema that nothing can be more realistic than that moment. it's a moment that combined film and realism, he was meant to act in that scene, but slowly, he became part of that moment, and also who broght a new life to this world. He created a new life in a film!
Liam M (gb) wrote: Way to completely neuter the legacy.
Gabe E (mx) wrote: Two Brothers is a gorgeous movie with a great warm story.
Thomas P (kr) wrote: Insightful, poignant, heartfelt and hilarious - Carrie Fisher bared it all in her source book, and it shines thru the performances here.
PieterJan V (us) wrote: Great cast and a good atmosphere throughout the film but also a rather slow and dull film.
Brian R (ag) wrote: Oh man what the hell is this? Very boring pointless picture. Not pleased at all. If I saw this at the theater I want my money back ASAP!
Wahida K (ca) wrote: She had Lotions . . . and Potions . . . and Motions!
Les E (jp) wrote: Davis is at her brilliant when playing horrible characters and here she really shines. The story took some time to develop but it was worth the wait.
Loyal D (mx) wrote: Actually enjoyed this one. Johnny Depp was great and this drug movie lives up to the majority of them in my opinion. Great supporting cast as well and intriguing story and movie.
Anthony D (mx) wrote: I'm surprised and disappointed by the low scores people give this optimistic and lovely children/teenagers film. When all the world feels like it is heading into darkness, and no-one seems to know what to do about it, or even that there is anything seriously wrong - have hope and resolve to make a difference, to search for solutions, to find a way out. This is the kind of stuff kids (and adults) need, and if they haven't been totally jaded by the usual Hollywood junk, they'll love it.