Jack is driving aimlessly on a road to nowhere with his imaginary girlfriend, Sally, when he meets Beth. The duo becomes a trio when escaped mental patient Bugs, also fixated on an imaginary woman named Sally, finds himself along for the ride with Jack and Beth. Disagreements between the new acquaintances coincide with a series of violent and criminal confrontations.
- Stars:Liam Cunningham, Brana Bajic, Roger Allam, Jesse Spencer, Neil Newbon, Andrew Lee Potts, Charlie Lucas, Rided Lardpanna, Jenna Harrison, Emma Pierson, Bonnie Wright, Rupert Holliday-Evans, Francis Magee, Michael Weston, Rachael Leigh Cook, David Goldsmith, Fatmir Haskaj, Gerrit Vooren, Matt Price, Jared Reed, Kevin Pinassi, Molly Russell, Sam Coppola, Ian Bonner, Jack Rudegeair, Alison Levy, Tatyana Yassukovich, Grainger Hines,
- Director:David Goldsmith,
- Writer:David Goldsmith
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Sally torrent reviews
(es) wrote: An interesting movie with some good performances.A Must watch!!!
(br) wrote: Enough with them dance movies
(it) wrote: poor excuse for a love story
(fr) wrote: winnie the pooh is cute
(es) wrote: though it can never compare to classics like saving private ryan. saints and soldiers is still in my opinion a very good movie. it has a good story line, godd acting and at one point i almost cried :( authentic too
(au) wrote: Wow, this was laughably bad, even for science fiction. The score is awful. The dialogue is awful. It was overly schmaltzy, as if the characters had forgotten about all the people who died. Connie Nielsen's flawless American accent gradually morphed into her native Danish accent by the end of the film. The big reveal at the end featured some the worst CGI I've ever seen (even allowing for the fact that it might have been a hologram, but I doubt it, since they all touched it). There was a complete lack of understanding of even the most basic physics. Probably the biggest offender was when Connie flies off to save Tim Robbins and uses 50% of her fuel, having just enough to get her back. Except for momentum. You know when you throw something and it keeps going? I mean what the hell. Children know this.The movie drags, even during the obligatory something-is-going-wrong scenes. Like a hull breach. You'd think they'd be plugging that in a timely manner, right? Nope. They decide to stand around looking serious and making obvious statements while the pressure drops before moving. There's so little meat to this movie that every scene must be stretched. All it can offer is visuals.And finally, the plot itself. Why in the hell would one alien stick around, waiting for humans? They really needed to complete a puzzle to prove themselves human? Couldn't it just, I don't know, monitor earth like it was apparently doing all this time? Maybe take a damn DNA sample? They created life, so I think that wouldn't be beyond them. Why does it need a booby trap, and a lethal one at that? And why then would it take just the humans who found it? Why not all humans? Why is it a test? Why create life and then ask it to prove itself. The film portrays it as clearly benevolent, yet its actions are borderline retarded. Will there ever be another ship for more humans to go beyond? Seems unlikely. So what, in effect, is the point of all this?