Emily Lindstrom, 14, is an aspiring concert violinist; she's spending the summer practicing for a big audition while her girlfriends are at camp. She's also got a thriving neighborhood business: for 50 cents, she'll keep your secret. Her mother is very pregnant, and her parents seem more concerned about the new baby than anything Emily cares about. A new family moves in next door; their son, Philip, 12, becomes Emily's friend. Eventually, the weight of Emily's secrets - her own, the ones she's keeping professionally, and a secret Philip tells her, send her life temporarily crashing down.
- Stars:Evan Rachel Wood, Michael Angarano, David Gallagher, Vivica A. Fox, Jan Broberg, Rick Macy, Paul Kiernan, Tayva Patch, Danielle Chuchran, Caitlin E.J. Meyer, Micah Schow, Landon Kunzelman, RuDee Sade, Haley McCormick, Wayne Brennan,
- Director:Blair Treu,
- Writer:Jessica Barondes
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Little Secrets torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Een goedhartige familie drama die de vooroordelen van het geloof goed behandelt en dat prima weet samen te mixen met een sterk jeugd verhaal over liefde en ziekte.
(jp) wrote: definitely gets better as it goes along. possibly worth watching again to pick up the subtleties
(br) wrote: An intense documentary about the real life experiences, gunfights and life following a 15 month tour in Afghanistan for the Second Platoon, Battle Company 173rd Airborne Brigade.
(ca) wrote: This movie is terrible. How 92% of the Rotten Tomato critics gave it thumbs is beyond me. The narrative is nearly incomprehensible, the music attempts to be operatic but is mostly annoying and Mussolini is more cartoon than character.
(ru) wrote: When you mix misogynistic men with feminist zombies you know you are in for something special. However, despite a great cast and writer, Doghouse just falls short. Sure the 'zombies' are cool, and some ideas are neat, but nothing is really new, and the characters just aren't likeable enough to care about their plight.
(ca) wrote: A disturbing suspense movie, not a horror movie, about a deputy who is also a serial killer. Casey Affleck is tremendous as the psychopath (no feelings, no remorse), but the violence towards the pretty ladies is difficult to watch. The ending was no surprise, except the the players should have smelled what was coming. Better than average.
(de) wrote: I'm a little familiar with the play and something I liked were the small modern updates. Like the scene with the video (which was really well done) is normally a tape that gets accidentally taped over. Here, it's accidentally deleted off of his phone, which worked. Overall, I thought this was really well done, and stayed true to the source material while adapting it for a movie. (Like adding the Sandra Oh character, I liked her a lot.) I mean, it doesn't hurt that David Lindsay-Abaire wrote the screenplay. The acting in this is really well done from the ensemble as a whole. Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart are great, and this was a great debut for Miles Teller. Dianne Wiest and Tammy Blanchard round out the cast well. There were a couple of times where it was on the verge of slipping into melodrama, but the actors managed to pull it back, and the moments of lightness (Aaron Eckhart and Sandra Oh smoking pot before group for example) throughout make it not as heavy and it could have been. Overall, really well done.
(mx) wrote: Really fell in love with this movie as soon as i saw it..very moving.Jenilia's acting was veeery cute simply wonderfull.Siddharth too delivered his career's best..it shows the emotions and feelings of an adoloscent in the exact way.a must watch for anyone who sees telugu movies..
(us) wrote: This was my kinda movie, great cast and lots of wit, just great!
(ag) wrote: I don't make deals with leeches A group of friends down on their luck in San Francisco decide to plot on one of their friends that owns a pawn shop. The pawn shop owner has ripped them all off at one time or another and the friends think a robbery will set them for life and give their friend what he deserves. In the end, the robbery may be more of a pain in the ass than they anticipated. "Jesus, Ramon, you're pimping family now?" Louis Malle, director of Black Moon; Atlantic City; Lacombe Lucian; Elevator to the Gallows; Murmur of the Heart; and A Very Private Affair delivers Crackers. The storyline for this picture is fairly straightforward and has minimal misdirection or creativity. The cast is splendid but a bit underutilized with the 91 minute run time. The cast includes Donald Sutherland, Sean Penn, Jack Warden, Christine Baranski, Wallace Shawn, and Anna Maria Horsford. "What's wrong with my plan?" "Your plan sucks and my plan takes us to Hawaii." I came across Crackers while looking for old Donald Sutherland pictures to DVR. This film definitely has a strong 80s feel and tries to deliver a worthwhile comedic caper plot; unfortunately, the film concludes in an unfulfilling manner despite its good hearted ending. Overall, this movie is a disappointment and may not be worth your time unless you're looking to see Sean Penn in his youth. "Black Mexicans wearing ski masks." Grade: C
(it) wrote: Unstrung Heroes is an excellent film. It is about Steven Lidz, unhappy with his home life since his mother got sick, goes and lives with his two crazy Uncles. Andie McDowell, Nathan Watt and John Turturro give incredible performances. The screenplay is well written. Diane Keaton did a great job directing this movie and it is her directorial debut. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the humor and drama.
(ru) wrote: John Robinson who plays "Dick" is very cute! A 90s, Canadian musical with singing anuses....don't ask!
(fr) wrote: This was really good. Laura Linney absolutely played a great role in this spectacular movie. She deserved to be nominated for Best Actress because her role was magnificent. It's so good. It's a must see film!