Estranged from her family, Franny returns home when an accident leaves her brother comatose. Retracing his life as an aspiring musician, she tracks down his favorite musician, James Forester. Against the backdrop of Brooklyn’s music scene, Franny and James develop an unexpected relationship and face the realities of their lives.
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(nl) wrote: Inima pura a unui copil, transforma fantoma rautacioasa intr-un inger pazitor!
(nl) wrote: 4/27/08: Heartwarming coming-of-age film set in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1970-- with civil unrest, religious prejudice and the World Cup as the backdrop. Excellent acting, especially the performance by Michel Joelsas, who plrays 10-year old Mauro. The film was slow--but in a strangely melodic way. I liked it very much.
(ru) wrote: Hauska ja lmminhenkinen. Elm yhdess ihmetelless.
(br) wrote: bad story fight good thats all
(us) wrote: This film was a very one-sided example of how large corporations are running out the family farm. The information presented was very compelling. It makes the viewer stop and think about what is really going on with our food. This being said, a major downside to this film is it did not present a solution to the problem until the last ten minutes of the movie.
(mx) wrote: Guess Kyra & Kevin just wanted a movie they could be hubby & wife in. (very briefly) Strange film that over exaggerates small town Southerners.
(au) wrote: Constantly balancing ambiguity with outrage, Capturing the Friedmans is a exceptionally well made and polarizing film that doesn't give you all the answers but allows you to form your own.
(mx) wrote: When five perky cheerleaders witness the murder of a drug bust informant, they require 'round-the-clock' surveillance to keep from being the next victims. Enter tough-as-nails Texas Ranger Lt. Roland Sharp (Tommy Lee Jones), who masquerades as their assistant coach and camps out in their campus digs. But these feisty foxes just want to have fun, and the buttoned-down Sharp learns it's no easy task to keep the uncontrollable coeds in line and out of harm's way. also stars Cedric the Entertainer, Christina Milian, Paula Garcs, Monica Keena , Vanessa Ferlito, Kelli Garner, Anne Archer, Brian Van Holt, Shea Whigham, Terry Parks, R. Lee Ermey, Paget Brewster, Shannon Marie Woodward, Liz Vassey, Curtis Armstrong and James Richard Perry.directed by Stephen Herek.
(us) wrote: Tommy Ray Glatman: In this world, Alex, you're nothing. And me, I'm God."Close Your Eyes and The Adventure Begins"Dreamscape is an extremely silly movie, but it isn't without its merits. Featuring a story that is a cross of Nightmare on Elm Street and Inception, Dreamscape has some interesting ideas about nightmares and how we could build a story around them. The movie is actually a pretty fun ride, looking back. There were moments when I said to myself, "This is stupid", but in the end I liked it just enough. There's some interesting stuff that balances out all the bad things. Such as the performances from Plummer and von Sydow balancing out the performance of Quaid, who wasn't horrible, but had moments where he was.Dreamscape follows a man named Alex, who has endless psychic ability, but gave it all up at the age of nineteen. Now he only uses his abilities to pick winning horses. He soon finds himself back in action though, when he asked to help out in a new area, called Dreamscape. He goes into the dreams of people and can do pretty much anything. Soon he finds out that someone has a more sinister use for Dreamscape then he at first thought. Now it is up to him to bring an end to it.This is a movie that has that weird movie feel that can only come from the 80's. The effects are terrible when looked at today, and it made it kind of hard to watch, at times. Overall though, the effects were used in an almost humorous way, which actually made the movie more enjoyable. There were just a few instances where the effects seemed to overpower the interesting story that was taking place.Dreamscape isn't a movie that is overly thrilling or engaging, it is just a decent way to spend an hour and a half. I didn't fall in love with it, but it could have been exponentially worse. As it is, I would it give a mild recommendation. I personally wouldn't run out to see it again, but there's some stuff in Dreamscape that could appeal to other people on a grander scale, than it did me.
(us) wrote: Good high school football movie, except that it has a lot of swearing and needless nudity which take away from it being a better movie.