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In New York City, a husband and wife butt heads with the granddaughters of the elderly woman who lives in the apartment the couple owns.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:guilt,   suicide,   charity,  

Kate and Alex are a couple living in a New York City apartment with their teenage daughter, Abby (Sarah Steele). Kate and Alex own a furniture store specializing in used modern furniture, which they buy at estate sales. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Gimly M (ru) wrote: Seriously, who fucking edited this?When you pit a word like "Bad", "Weak" or in this case "Disappointment" in your film title, it's worth making sure that the movie doesn't actually suck, otherwise you're just asking to get roasted by the critics.

Tashonne l (it) wrote: this movie go!!!!!!!!!!!!

Stuart B (es) wrote: A series of gently comic sketches telling of the lighter side of a mainly miserable life in Ceaucescu's Romania

Gabor S (it) wrote: Frvnansvrt roligt och charmig komedi

Scott D (au) wrote: ticks all the right boxes, sentimental to a fault, all looking pretty but enjoyable

Jessica H (au) wrote: Loved it. It was great and I love u TI!!!!!

Michelle S (ag) wrote: I think everyone should watch this film before they vote in November. There is no better leader for our country. I may not agree with every position he's taken, but he is certainly the best man for the job in our country's time of peril. No one can say he will waffle.

Dave H (br) wrote: watching a dad go crazy

Rita B (it) wrote: Kundun is a very interesting and informative movie about the fourteenth Dalai Lama. This movie does a great job of taking us through the early days in the life of Kundun, the God king of Tibet - before he was banished into India at the young age of twenty four. Martin Scorsese's does a great job of showing the struggles of the Dalai Lama against a communist China. I thought that the chanting and rituals of fortune-telling were depicted very well and showed how in Tibet, the people of the city submissively got down on their hands and knees to bow to Kundun as they awaited his blessing. It really showed how they looked to him as their savior, the movie really made me feel that he gave them a lot of the hope and peace that they were seeking. Even though in the film he came across more as just a normal man and not necessarily a God, it is apparent that he is a really special person. Kundun, who is believed to be a reincarnation of Buddha, actually shows that while growing up, he also was subject to learning more as the teachers corrected and educated him. He is shown in the movie as a quiet, humble and gentle man who loves unconditionally. This film relates to world religion by giving a detailed view to those curious about Tibetan Buddhism. It is very enlightening and gives a breakdown of the Chinese invasion and the thoughts of the Dalai Lama. This movie helped relate a lot of the reading that I have studied about Buddhism over the past few months and is a memorable film. Overall I think that this movie did a great job of showing how Dalai Lamas are selected, the life and journey of Kundun and his time in Tibet before it was harshly taken over by China.

Lee M (es) wrote: A clever enough, if not wholly successful, slasher film that toys with the uncomfortable links between blood on the screen and blood in the audience.

Ben C (de) wrote: Whilst not as compelling as "Tokyo Story", it's similarly heartwarming and a test of the viewer's endurance.

Michael A (ag) wrote: In a sense, I did in fact kinda like this movie. Especially since it was shown in my geography class. But I do like the story, and SOME of the characters. :P

Kyle R (br) wrote: Lead by exceedingly strong performances, Doubt" is a powerful drama that challenges the natures of faith and conviction.

Chris B (ag) wrote: Not as good as the first one but still a really enjoyable film. It goes through the motions of the first Harry Potter while introducing us to some new characters that I am sure will be big in the future.