In 1995 Director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) returned to rural Southern Illinois to reconnect with Stevie Fielding, a troubled young boy he had been an 'Advocate Big Brother' to ten years earlier.

In 1995 Director Steve James (Hoop Dreams) returned to rural Southern Illinois to reconnect with Stevie Fielding, a troubled young boy he had been an 'Advocate Big Brother' to ten years earlier. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Stevie torrent reviews

Roxanne R (ca) wrote: This is a gay romantic thriller that tells the story of a Palestinian university student who seeks refuge from the homophobia of his traditionalist West Bank village in the more gay-friendly atmosphere of metropolitan Tel Aviv. One night in Tel Aviv Nimr (Nicholas Jacob) falls in love with Roy (Michael Aloni), a privileged Jewish lawyer from a seemingly liberal family. The tensions between Israeli and Palestinians are horrible and the film deepens into an examination of the way politics and tribalism can contaminate everyday life. It is a sad, depressing film if you ask me, without any winners, merely losers and a very sketchy ending. Since it is available on Netflix streaming go for it but paying $5 to rent it via iTunes or Amazon I say no.

Gavin W (it) wrote: Adam Deacon is the only decent thing about this film.

WakeWRC89 (gb) wrote: Not as good as the first two but still a good addition if your wanting a laugh. Original cast still so all good.

Jesno L (au) wrote: Pas mal ! juste due car on perd du rythme au fur et mesure que le film avance.

Tom G (ca) wrote: Great central performance, but left little impression on me

Alex W (de) wrote: Disturbing with some great clips of intimate family arguments ever recorded. A great example of STRONG denial.

Eliabeth B (fr) wrote: good idea...poor execution

Steven C (de) wrote: An underrated debut movie by Simon Hynd. the intelligent mans torture porn movie. Jason Behr gives a strong performance.

Nicholas C (au) wrote: Contrary to the flixster provided info, the filmed was released in 1962 and directed by Blake Edwards. They use the right cover, though. Anyways, the movie is incredible. I've known of more than one family that ghostily reminds me of this film. The true horror of addiction ripping through a family life is a dangerous subject, and is expressed courageously through these actors whom have dealt with similar lives.

roger t (es) wrote: tagline says it all: a woman who goes to extremities....

Carfax A (ag) wrote: The taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (The original)....Ohhhhhhh, the great Robert Shaw and Walter Matthau teaming up for a 70's New York subway hostage movie. I had never seen this before and really didn??t even know of its existence until the remake came out with Denzel Washington ... I Haven't seen the remake, but just watched the original last night and what a great flick....Shaw is the head of a gang that kidnaps the train and all its passengers .Matthau is the cop trying to stop him....One thing that surprised me was the amount of humor in this. All from Matthau of course, but it really works for the film...I found myself laughing quite a bit. Robert Shaw's part is great and always menacing. A killer with no emotions.....that seemed to be his specialty in movies.... So check this out for a good suspense /thriller from the 70's and watch a brother say to a white dude...."Hey Jim, you neva' see a black sunrise" just don??t get good dialogue like that today...

Michael T (ca) wrote: Silly & confusing, with some seriously bad acting.

Alexandre V (br) wrote: it's not the best of Louis de Funs

Deanna B (es) wrote: Such a disaster that you can't stop watching

Pim C (es) wrote: Shitty, boring film following the lives of 2 lawyers whose paths get mixed up, resulting in a shit storm. Daft and unbelievable story that snowballs into a shit storm. Not recommended.

Ben G (nl) wrote: The whole movie was funny, except for Chubbs' present, but the clown scene was especially hilarious. This was Adam Sandler's best movie, and I watched it countless times growing up.

Steve S (it) wrote: Small lump in the throat...

Charlie L (es) wrote: It's a fun, entertaining actioner which shouldn't be taken too seriously.