Alexandra Bergson (Jessica Lange) inherits the family farm and struggles to carve a home and a fortune from the windswept prairie. Along the way, she forfeits her one chance for love, but ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young woman inherits her father's farm after he dies. Over the years, she overcomes challenges and turns it into a success, all the while yearning for her childhood love to return.
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Rocky L (nl) wrote: Rotten Tomatoes uses unknown statistics to add this stuff to a profile just so they can pretend they have a connection with the user.
Brett E (de) wrote: The acting was incredible, although the movie seemed too much like a series of countless 1-3 minute scenes after another. No scene really stuck with me too much. But actor after actor delivered - specifically Sean Penn, Emile Hirsch and James Franco. To be honest, however, I do not get the hype about Josh Brolin's performance - seemed mediocre to me.
Deanna M (fr) wrote: OK, Donnie Yen shirtless = AWESOME. The last 10 minutes = ROCKIN. But the rest is just mehhh.
vishnu a (us) wrote: i love the comedy of the rampal, thats all
Stephan P (jp) wrote: One of the dumbest movies I've ever tried to watch. Actually, I'm not really paying too close attention...it's just on in the background.
Issi B (de) wrote: Very moving film about the truth and reconciliation project in South Africa. Highly emotional; both Jackson and Binoche were excellent. Be prepared for tears.
Nicki M (nl) wrote: Average. Okay for a free Netflix watch. The twist at the end lifted it a bit, though. Didn't see that coming.
Kitty C (mx) wrote: A movie you definatly need to watch twice, but I like how he refused to be the man he truly was even to his death.
Jack G (ca) wrote: mesmerizing and incredibly entertaining
Shawn W (us) wrote: Not one of the more remembered Vietnam films of the mid-80's. Details a unit taking part in the May 1969 American attempt to capture Hill 937 in the Ashau Valley. Highlight is some well done battle scenes in the second half but I never became particularly attached to any of the characters.
Hans J E (jp) wrote: A good film, but not among Werner Herzog's best.
Allen G (gb) wrote: Almost certainly the role that would later land John Boyega all 'dat Star Wars fame, 'Attack the Block' serves as a great demonstration of his acting prowess. Further, it also shows that British filmmaking is alive and well and that alien films still have a lot to offer if there's enough creativity involved. 'Attack the Block' is pretty unconventional tone-wise as it jumps between real thrills and tension and mainstream British comedy. Its premise and its cast of characters makes this feel like a match made in heaven as the aliens come after a group of young boys and so we feel their fear but also get to laugh at their mock-bravado. There's definitely some social commentary going on too, but it's an aside rather than the film's main focus and certainly never takes away from the action. Speaking of the action- there's a fair bit of it (mostly running, mind you) and it looks great. The aliens are never over-shown which prevents the film from collapsing under the weight of ever-dating CGI. I'm generally a fan of British humour of even comedy films in general, but I definitely had a few giggles here so I was pretty impressed in that regard too. I do have a few qualms with the film, however, primarily with regards to its plot. I won't go into specifics but I just felt that certain parts of the film were underdeveloped, possibly even a tad lazy (particularly nearer the end). That's a little unfortunate because, otherwise, I think 'Attack of the Block' would have been a real modern-day classic.As it stands, it didn't quite make the cut but it's still a joyously original romp into the sci-fi genre and I think it deserves a sequel, eh?
Tanveer A (jp) wrote: great drama.. Ed Harris pulls this film all the way..
Salah A (ca) wrote: Now that's a bit more like it.
Avradip S (jp) wrote: I am amazed by the mother!
Rhiannon B (fr) wrote: One of my fave brit movies