Living Proof is a 2008 Lifetime Television movie, directed by Dan Ireland, starring Harry Connick, Jr. The film is based on the true life story of Dr. Dennis Slamon and the book HER-2: The Making of Herceptin, a Revolutionary Treatment for Breast Cancer by Robert Bazell. Vivienne Radkoff wrote the film script, and is also one of the film's executive producers. Renée Zellweger is another executive producer, together with Neil Meron and Craig Zadan. Tammy Blanchard, Amanda Bynes, Jennifer Coolidge, Angie Harmon, John Benjamin Hickey, Regina King, Swoosie Kurtz, Paula Cale Lisbe, Amy Madigan, Bernadette Peters, and Trudie Styler are featured in the supporting cast. The film premiered on October 18, 2008, for Lifetime's "Stop Breast Cancer for Life" public service and advocacy campaign, during the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Nofal S (ag) wrote: This film had a very good plot and I didn't think it was possible to have one this good having watched the old series in full. It started off well, however, the extended battle sequences and never ending battle(s) let it down a bit, and significantly dulls the outcome of the plot in the end.
Daniel P (au) wrote: Captain Philips is a harrowing, well-acted, and even-handed biopic.
vora f (ag) wrote: Una pelicula rara pero con momentos muy chulos...para ver
David B (es) wrote: Can't help but say that this was a rubbish film. The director's ponderous use of pauses and long, languid tracking shots lack the gravitas he hopes to gain, and a few of the narrative flourishes ring ridiculous and false. It's poorly filmed as well,not the fact it's a low budget horror but the film seemed like a stop motion picture. I shouldn't really count this as a review as I fell asleep half-way through the film and I can tell you I was no where near tired,it was THAT boring. It did, however, get a bit better towards the end and the film did get a bit tensed and the acting wasn't that bad, it's just the plot was boring and slow placed, it felt like the film was going nowhere...even waking up during the film I didn't miss much and catch up was easy. It seemed like a good idea but it's poorly concieved and filmed. Although Jason Todd Ipson did write and direct and that's a talent within itself, he should've maybe passed it on to someone else. Not my type of film either, I'm afraid...
Sarah F (ca) wrote: I love all these christmassy movies!!
Justin S (gb) wrote: Drew did a good job and was funny. Nerd girl hot as fuck. Good music, best scene was Prom playing the smiths
RoxanaAlice C (nl) wrote: I doesn't tell much but is nice to watch asians :P i think
Mark K (ca) wrote: As a slow-paced thriller the movie is just fine: the acting is really good (I liked Marshall-Green's the most--there was just something about it), and the ending is good enough too. But something about the movie--be it its excessively slow pace or, perhaps, simply the unbelievability of the whole thing, I don't know. It just felt peculiar, and not necessarily in a good way.
Allan C (ag) wrote: What a fun movie with such a great cast! Powell and Loy are always great to watch on screen together and this may be one of their best pairings (Thin Man is hard to beat). And I have such a crush on Myrna Loy.
H O (es) wrote: trying to get my hands on the book now.
Pratik B (mx) wrote: Just the right amount of Scottish magic in'ere!
Andy C (de) wrote: I give it 3 for some generally familiar-feeling themes of fierce, independent women in period pieces where such behavior was cause for a witch trial. Fortunately for Judy Davis, this is Australia and not America so the worst she has to worry about is a dingo eating the baby she'll never have.