A young couple, Sophia (Josefin Nilsson) and Freddie (Jacob Ericsson) has just got their first baby, but this little thing makes their lives way to complicated and difficult for them to handle. They both have jobs, Sophia is an actress and Freddie a balloon-flier, which makes it tough to be home with the baby and such. They also have to deal with Sophia´s family, which includes a depressed dad, a close to senile mother, and two eccentric sisters. The family life is nothing what Sophia and Freddie expected.
- Stars:Josefin Nilsson, Marie Richardson, Cecilia Frode, Jacob Ericksson, Bibi Andersson, Gösta Ekman, Peter Dalle, Göte Fyhring, Calle Kugelberg, Wille Kugelberg, Peter Wahlbeck, Jan Mybrand, Maj Britt Bengtsson, Lennart Jähkel, Alexandra Zetterberg,
- Director:Måns Herngren, Hannes Holm, Måns Herngren,
- Writer:Måns Herngren, Hannes Holm
A young couple, Sophia (Josefin Nilsson) and Freddie (Jacob Ericsson) has just got their first baby, but this little thing makes their lives way to complicated and difficult for them to handle. They both have jobs, Sophia is an actress and Freddie a balloon-flier, which makes it tough to be home with the baby and such. They also have to deal with Sophia´s family, which includes a depressed dad, a close to senile mother, and two eccentric sisters. The family life is nothing what Sophia and Freddie expected. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Blood Father is a better movie than itself. The script is wordy and macho like Aaron Sorkin sat in front of the typewriter on steroids and meth. The editing is jumpy and gives it a twitchy uneasy feel.But something about this, the direction/story/acting, makes it all work really well, a pot of spicy jambalaya. The action is fantastic, it's a great gritty father-daughter tale, and it's fun. Also, if you've ever said "Mel Gibson doesn't really say mother fucker enough", your day has finally come.
(es) wrote: Enjoyed it. Great Holiday film.
(it) wrote: A biased documentary against the presidency of George Bush. But the exposes are very controversial and provoking especially for American citizens.
(br) wrote: Hey, whenever you can get David Arquette and DMX to lead a drama, you gotta do it.
(gb) wrote: Late period Fellini is enjoyable for its more carefree attitude (one that hearkens back to his films before he hit his 1970s oppressive phase). There are a few lovely scenes, particularly the scene in the boiler room.
(ru) wrote: Another one of those movies where the characters wander around, mumble incoherently and mope endlessly, and yet their 'deep' and 'meaningful' behaviour is lauded as genius, Tender Mercies features Robert Duvall at his most sedate; an over-the-hill, drunken has-been singer who is given very little to do and even less to say. Many moments which could be pivotal to the story and alleviate the monotony, such as the wedding between the 2 leads, is completely omitted, which only adds to the frustration. It's massively overpraised, has aged terribly, and doesn't in any way warrant repeat views. I love Duvall, but he's so much better in so many other movies that it boggles the mind that he won the coveted Oscar for this one. Boring, plotless and without any reason to care, it's a solid waste of an hour and a half.
(ca) wrote: Probably the dullest of Amicus' Anthology pics, but it's redeemed by amazing performances by Burgess Meredith, Jack Palance, and of course Peter Cushing. The last tale is by far the best of them all with Palance and Cushing playing crazed Edgar Allan Poe collectors. Worth it for the last 30 minutes alone.
(br) wrote: GOOD MOVIE WORTH WATCHING
(gb) wrote: It's silly at times, and then just asinine at times. John Wayne is about the only thing keeping it afloat.
(br) wrote: Very good, edgy melodrama.
(es) wrote: Genevive Bujold rocks it..
(ag) wrote: Sweet tale of second chances. You must listen to understand and discover.
(us) wrote: I've been hearing about this movie for 30 years and I FINALLY got to see it. Yes, it's AWESOME! Marie and Yvette knew what they were talking about.
(es) wrote: It's so atmospheric and absorbing as any horror movie experience I've had, The Conjuring makes all its genre tropes feel fresh and new in a way that you feel like your experiencing them for the first time. It also helps that its leading couple is magnetic on screen.