R.H.I.N.O.; Really Here in Name Only
An isolated, overweight girl with a penchant for shoplifting, gets pushed from pillar to post as the authorities struggle to know what to do with her.
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R.H.I.N.O.; Really Here in Name Only torrent reviews
Troy K (us) wrote: Mid budget B flick? Not too bad, but not good either.
Pam R (nl) wrote: I would not watch again. There is a gay theme to it, but I have to admit the storyline was good. But all the same . . . I wouldn't recommend it.
Jacob M (de) wrote: Possesses a powerful sense of dread that is evident from the opening scene till the end credits, showing adolescence at its most destructive.
Brandon H (it) wrote: For Ever Mozart1-20-07 (or so) the trouble with godard, for me, is that he packs so much into his movies. i'm speaking specifically about his later period films. i watch them like i'd read james joyce, if i were to read james joyce. as an educated movie watcher, with a BFA in film production, i know to watch his movies. but there's so much to it! i usually get caught up in the philosophical dialog, or the amazing camera shots, that i miss the story. i watch more for his technique. i watch because i love his movies from the 60s. he just packs so much into it, and i spend the whole time reading the subtitles and glancing at the camera shots, and not enough time processing, until the movie is over. i know i'm missing a lot. i know i need to watch these movies multiple times before fully grasping them. it's just difficult.
Cherese F (br) wrote: Jennifer rocks.She's the right person for Electra nice fighting movie
Veronica K (gb) wrote: Tsai Ming Liang's best. Hsiao Kang performed as a lonely city boy trying to make sense his own angst in the sea of emptiness. And the landscape is dark and gloomy, the rain dripping in the window, leave the bitter feeling long after it's gone.
Aaron S (ru) wrote: A masterful look at two of our best actors giving the performances of their lifetimes. Streep is particularly stunning, virtually unrecognizable behind bloodshot eyes and a haze of alcoholism. Plot-wise, the film doesn't go off on that many tangents, so that it threatens to become listless. Thankfully though, the performances and a gorgeously bleak look at Depression-era squalor keep you glued to the screen.
Brad W (au) wrote: When was the last time we saw a Foriegn Legion movie? Well, now you have a good one to throw on whenever the mood strikes you.
Lisa R (kr) wrote: Really enjoyed it...using as work for kids at school!