Silver Linings Playbook

Silver Linings Playbook

After spending eight months in a mental institution, a former teacher moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife.

After a stint in a mental institution, former teacher Pat Solitano moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife. Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany, a mysterious girl with problems of her own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andreas H (gb) wrote: Flott film, som fremhever viktigheten av tilgivelse!

Shrina P (nl) wrote: kind of funnyyyy movie

Masorad (nl) wrote: Trying to make a film that reads like a Dylan song is a losing proposition, however well-meaning the intent of Larry Charles and his cavalcade of stars. Some nice lines, however. Here's one: "Life is like being in a taxi. Even if you're not going anywhere, the meter is still running."

Gregory G (br) wrote: This third feature film from writer-director Mike Leigh is one of his best. It's a slice-of-life, comedy-drama about a working-class British family during Thatcherism. Leigh's method involves extensive, improvisational rehearsals with the actors, which is shaped into a final script that is filmed. The result is a funny, poignant view of the daily struggles and misapplied hopes of the laboring class. Jim Broadbent is an ineffectual chef, who purchases a mobile fast-food van; Alison Steadman is his cheerful, voluble, steadfast wife, employed in retail and as a children's dance instructor. They have twin daughters, played by Claire Skinner and Jane Horrocks, who are polar opposites. Hiding behind thick red hair and glasses, with her mouth perpetually curled up, Horrocks is especially affecting as the self-loathing, bulimic daughter. There is a confrontation between mother and daughter that is simply lyrical in emotional frankness. Leigh's filmmaking is unadorned and there is a subtle undercurrent of political reproach that is effective. The superb cast includes Timothy Spall, Stephen Rea, and David Thewlis. Fine music score is by Rachel Portman.

Michael S (jp) wrote: This 'film' is bogus. These reviews are for the David Schimmer film. Fix please, RT

Robert P (jp) wrote: Rewarding for film students, intellectual and artistic but sadly a bit of a drag. Well framed and edited to emphasise the disturbing and perverse nature of the relationship between the two main characters. A heavvy influence on French New Wave and clearly original when made. But this could have done with being a bit more watchable

Brandon R (ca) wrote: Yeah it's not a great horror film if you want to be scared but it has some laughs and has that late 90's feel that makes it fun. Plus it's a who's who of 90's stars.

Josh S (kr) wrote: Awesome! Makes me want to become a spy.

Kieran F (ru) wrote: This is another good Snoopy Film with great animation and humor for all ages. Maybe the only low is though that the story is almost TOO heavy a story for a peanuts story it's surprisingly sad and when I watched this I almost wondered if the hurt that charlie Brown felt of Snoopy leaving was just A LITTLE to heavy for even little kids. Other then that though the film is very enjoyable and story. The story is about Snoopy getting a letter in the mail from his previous owner(who Charlie Brown never knew about when he bought Snoopy) and leaving to find her cause in her letter she tells him she is dying. Snoopy decides to leave and find her. When he finds her she try's to convince him to live with her and leave Charlie Brown. Snoopy decides to go and tell his friends back home that he has decided to stay with her. Snoopy get's home and tells Charlie Brown who is very saddened but understands Snoopy's decisions to go with it he decides to throw a going away party for Snoopy and have all his Peanut friends come over. While there they all give Snoopy presents and share a few tears. After Snoopy has packed up he heads off to see his Old/New owner but this time alone (No Woodstock). BUT upon arriving at her home Snoopy finds a sign that says "No Dogs Aloud"(A little joke throughout the film cause every time snoopy wanted to do something he couldn't because of the sign but this time it's helping him do something he DIDN'T want to do) and explains to his Old/New Owner that he can not stay(also to his delight upon finding out that she has a cat)and heads home. Upon arriving at home he starts to Whistle a tune to get the attention of Woodstock who follows through and the two head back to meet the peanuts who are over rapture d to see him. BUT upon arriving Snoopy decides he want's all the things he loaned to his friends back.(A little bit of a humerus moment) The friends feel disgusted and leave Snoopy alone at home and all say to Charlie Brown "He's YOUR DOG CHARLIE BROWN" as the leave Snoopy decides to put on some music and the credits role. I loved the film because of the emotion in it. I also thought that seeing Snoopy as the main character was great and that it was fun to look at the animation. I think if I was to find something wrong with the film it would be that it doesn't quite feel....right when it ends. but that's only minor.