Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father
In 2001, Andrew Bagby, a medical resident, is murdered not long after breaking up with his girlfriend. Soon after, when she announces she's pregnant, one of Andrew's many close friends, Kurt Kuenne, begins this film, a gift to the child.
- Stars:Kurt Kuenne, Andrew Bagby, David Bagby, Kathleen Bagby, Shirley Turner, Zachary Andrew Turner, Heather Arnold, Jon Atkinson, Bob Bagby, Earlene Bagby, James Bagby, Linda Bagby, Pat Bagby, Jason Baldwin, Derek Barnard,
- Director:Kurt Kuenne,
- Writer:Kurt Kuenne
A filmmaker decides to memorialize a murdered friend when his friend's ex-girlfriend announces she is expecting his son. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Basically J.D taking on family responsibilities. Quite enjoyable.
(fr) wrote: A fun B-movie. Crispin Glover tried too hard if you ask me. The pacing of this "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" clone is erratic, the flash-backs that try to set up exposition do little but throw off the groove that the movie tries to build up in the beginning. Expect some decent gore, disposable secondary characters, a dissapointing lack of boobs (Despite some obnoxious teasing!) and an uninspired 'twist' ending that you'll most assuredly see coming. Don't get attached to any of the characters.
(mx) wrote: Ekin Cheng is horrible. A terrible sequel to a great movie.
(jp) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
(jp) wrote: Oh my word, this film is poor. The acting and script are abysmal, the women don't look that great and rubber snake is laughably bad.
(br) wrote: Well played version of this classic, and makes it more realistic.
(ca) wrote: Bill Cosby is by far the best he makes me laugh all timezop wop boopity bop quaaludes
(nl) wrote: richard gere makes my heart go pitter patter. or more like, step step twiiiirl hop.
(ca) wrote: The best romantic comedy ever!
(mx) wrote: The song in the end made me cry. Another master piece of Kubrick
(fr) wrote: One of the biggest letdowns I've had in quite some time. The film was cynical for the sake of cynicalness. There was only one scene in the whole film that rang completely true and wasn't completely pretentious bullshit. This is my thoughts on the 'Him' portion of this, actually, very cool idea of a two-part story of both perspectives of a troubled marriage.