How to Make an American Quilt

How to Make an American Quilt

Soon-to-be-wed graduate student Finn Dodd develops cold feet when she suspects her fiancé is cheating on her. In order to clear her head, Finn visits her grandmother, Hy, and great aunt, Glady Joe Cleary, in Grasse, Calif. There, Finn learns that Hy and Glady Joe are members of a group of passionate quilters, and over the course of her visit she is regaled with tales of love and life by women who have collected rich experiences and much wisdom.

Bride-to-be Finn Dodd hears tales of romance and sorrow from her elders as they construct a quilt. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Paris W (it) wrote: This film is really a must-see. I had no idea who the guy was, but he's the evil genius behind Karl Rove. This film shows you that no matter how morally reprehensible you may find someone, you could never really hate by itself will take care of things in the end.

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Jessica C (br) wrote: I loved the characterization in this movie. Sorry, not a lot of fast-paced fighting.

Dan H (it) wrote: Open Water is based on the true story of a husband and wife who decide to take an ill-fated scuba-diving vacation. When they surface, they find their boat is gone and that they are now adrift at sea. It isn't long before the elements start to take their toll and hungry sharks show up. The film has a real intensity and epic feeling to it. The way Open Water handled the story and the character's choices made it feel like this was all fate, and the two couldn't avoid it. Blanchard Ryan plays Susan (who has a completely unnecessary but appreciated scene of nudity) and Daniel Travis plays Daniel, the doomed couple in the film. They both put on convincing and tragic performances (and Daniel has the best reaction in the film). Real Sharks are used in this film, in fact there is no CGI at all...thank God. The film was shot on a budget of $130,000 and it shows (It has a very home movies-style look). Honestly though, I think the low budget ended up enhancing the film, as it all looks and feels more realistic. The soundtrack chosen for the film is incredibly effective as well. It is expertly directed by Chris Kentis, and it was written, edited and partially shot by him as well. He seems to know what he's doing. Open Water is a terrifying, incredibly dark film that deals with themes of fate and man vs. nature. I would say it's a masterpiece.

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Chris H (us) wrote: Not a very good movie at all. Only the end is worth watching

Elgan D (au) wrote: The third part of Haneke's slowly declining Glaciation Trilogy. The common theme of isolation in the mundanity of the modern world is the biggest problem with the series, only 'The Seventh Continent' managed to do this whilst keeping the viewer interested.

Dmitrij G (mx) wrote: This documentary is about use of propaganda in a democratic society.

Tom C (ru) wrote: An interesting movie which isn't for everyone especially since the best part of the movie was shown right at the start in the form of the snuff video which is sent into the main character's TV show. I was a bit disappointed towards the end as the movie seemed to drag on and the whole concept of the monster being "two people in one" was used in a way which did not make much sense, but I guess that's what we love about Japanese movies. I think if the soundtrack had more of an atmosphere this movie would be a lot better.

Alex F (br) wrote: This is John Landis' 2nd best movie and one the the top 5 most underrated hidden gems IMO. Goldblum and Pfeiffer have great chemistry and it's easy to see why these two talents are still around.

Darine S (us) wrote: Music makes me ... Funny Fred lines ... Very weird Dolores Del Rio

Jacob B (jp) wrote: Despite a few chuckles here and there. 'A Fantastic Fear of Everything' is unappealing and dull.

Dean G (kr) wrote: Have enjoyed it the 10 or so time's I've seen it.

Carlos G (br) wrote: It was hilarious if you havn't seen it you'll love it

Jojan G (br) wrote: God its a total stupid movie, Don't waste your time