An epic mosaic of many interrelated characters in search of happiness, forgiveness, and meaning in the San Fernando Valley.

24 hours in L.A.; it's raining cats and dogs. Two parallel and intercut stories dramatize men about to die: both are estranged from a grown child, both want to make contact, and neither child wants anything to do with dad. Earl Partridge's son is a charismatic misogynist; Jimmy Gator's daughter is a cokehead and waif. A mild and caring nurse intercedes for Earl, reaching the son; a prayerful and upright beat cop meets the daughter, is attracted to her, and leads her toward a new calm. Meanwhile, guilt consumes Earl's young wife, while two whiz kids, one grown and a loser and the other young and pressured, face their situations. The weather, too, is quirky . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tara B (gb) wrote: Five stars, because why not?

Simon G (es) wrote: Awful acting. Awful script. Awful all the way around. Good thing timberlake makes music now instead of movies.

Leigha W (mx) wrote: After a long Hellraiser marathon, I can confidently say that this is by far the worst of the series! Stop at #7 (Deader)

Caelan W (us) wrote: worthless crap for fans who wanna glimpse of his hair and migetness

HollyMaree S (ca) wrote: Loved this was different but good

Antonio A (it) wrote: Even the Rain is that type of film that wins you over from its very start based in the strengths and novelty of its main concept alone. The script is quite successful layering many characters, dialogues and situations in ways that create brutal contrasts, and effective moments that seem to blur the lines between reality and fiction. The film also benefits from a very well defined sense of place, beautiful cinematography and performances that manage to eclipse the more uneven, preachy sequences. Highly recommended.

Jim T (nl) wrote: It's such a shame the VFX were so bad. This is a well acted, produced and paced movie. Just, those effects. Damn.

Toby S (mx) wrote: Why is everybody an arsehole in this? Why does she even want to get into the house? Why does everyone hate the latino guy? Why did I even bother to review this? So many questions, so few answers.

Scott J (fr) wrote: Pretty much just like Training Day (not surprising, since the director wrote that movie), except Keanu is playing both the Denzel and Ethan Hawk roles.

James H (nl) wrote: 5.5/10. Better than I was expecting, it has some solid action scenes and some good cinematography. Good pace, but the acting just isn't conving, as is often the case in Asian films of this nature.

Ken D (fr) wrote: Rathe boring and silly.

David S (br) wrote: The stories get less successful as they proceed, but Loren remains ravishing throughout.

Mandy K (de) wrote: In the same ballpark as the 1980 Australian classic 'The Club', 'BLINDER' is a slick production aesthetically. The film features a solid cast of emerging and established Australian talent, who play out the controversial script with integrity and substance. A film which was underrated at the box office yet will surely see success and longevity in the home entertainment market. One for the whole family.

Lisa M (jp) wrote: I did not c the twist coming. Good thriller

Birte Valkyrje R (br) wrote: I'm a bit lost for words. Simply beautiful.

Marilee A (gb) wrote: Sexy, but no 9&1/2 Weeks