A young girl inhabits an isolated island with her scientist father and communicates with a reclusive author of the novel she's reading.
- Stars:, Patrick Swayze, Alison Doody, Roy Marsden, John Standing, Gavin Hood, Sidede Onyulo, Abigail Breslin, Jodie Foster, Gerard Butler, Michael Carman, Mark Brady, Anthony Simcoe, Christopher Baker, Maddison Joyce, Peter Callan, Rhonda Doyle, Russell Butler, Colin Gibson, Bryan Probets, Andrew Nason, Dorothy Thorsen,
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Caleb C (fr) wrote: Son of Edward Zwick (The Last Samurai, Blood Diamond and Love & Other Drugs), Jesse Swick crafts a beautiful and real dramedy about friends who come together after one attempts suicide. So many life lessons here as well as eye opening aspects of the human condition and what we all are thinking. This is one of those personal movies that will have a lasting effect on my heart. For me, these are the best types of movies cause they're about people who aren't perfect just like all of us.
Casey B (nl) wrote: Cheesy, but entertaining film. Decent in a campy way, but otherwise a cliche crime movie.
Kan T (au) wrote: Worth no star... absolutely rubbish film...
Julia B (jp) wrote: Serves as a better drug prevention than most of the drugs prevention programs.
Maximiliano D (ag) wrote: An entirely, genuinely unique study of loss that employs vivid sensory techniques. Director Krzysztof Kieslowski makes it evident in every scene that this is a personal and original film, luring his audience in with the power of subtlety rather than knocking them over the heads. Juliette Binoche delivers a painful, brilliant lead performance that is always enticing and empathetic. This is a masterful piece of work and I could consider it as one of my favorite movies ..
Tasos L (ru) wrote: Pure and simple..Nothing more is needed..
Anna L (ru) wrote: Gorgeous, gorgeous film.
Jamar G (it) wrote: Boy if you don't get...
Ahmed B (br) wrote: another great performance for Colin.
Kerri O (au) wrote: What is lost cannot be replaced What is gone is not forgotten. Rest in peace, Anton.
Alexander G (ag) wrote: Ratter is a look at our modern technology interconnected world and how it can be used for bad intentions. Taking place entirely through the lens of cell phone and laptop cameras, the movie is about a college girl who is hacked and stalked. What starts off as what appears to be a common password hack slowly builds into a more stalker scenario. The movie at times creates a nice sense of unease and urge to tap over all your cameras, then at times tries to bring in some story and drama with friends that kind of just exists for what feels like filler and has some points that are never fully explored. While it may not be the most entertaining and well made movie it is one that those glued to their devices should watch as it gives a semi-believable scenario and even the credits shows how an entire persons life could exist online and if its online its out there for anyone to find.
Mallory A (nl) wrote: Conceptually annoying. but its execution isn't totally terrible.