Pressured by his deceased mother's ghost to return home to the family he abandoned, a former addict grabs a bag of pills and a sack of marijuana and hits the road to Dallas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pressured by his deceased mother's ghost to return home to the family he abandoned, a former addict grabs a bag of pills and a sack of marijuana and hits the road to Shreveport.
- Stars:Ion Besoiu, Ilarion Ciobanu, Sebastian Papaiani, Jean Constantin, George Paul Avram, Cristian Sofron, Julieta Szönyi, Ion Dichiseanu, Colea Rautu, Jean Lorin Florescu, Zephi Alsec, Dorin Dron, Petre Gheorghiu-Goe, Aurel Giurumia, Alexandru Virgil Platon, Ryan Phillippe, Anna Paquin, Luke Wilson, Riley Thomas Stewart, Ursula Parker, Amparo Garcia-Crow, Augustin Solis, Tess Harper, Powers Boothe, Christa Campbell, James Carrol, Josh Meyers, Kristen Williams, Jon Mack, Simona Williams,
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Satish S (br) wrote: One of the best movie of Dhanush...Great Music, Family entertainer and must watch movie for all Engineers. Super stylish and mass scenes must see movie of the year
andrew h (us) wrote: quite a good thriller...
Andres G (de) wrote: Hermosa pelcula erotica, clida, bien actuada, gran guin y fotografa magistral.Cuatro estrellas.
MEC r (fr) wrote: Could have been a lot better.
Bahbeau I (br) wrote: layered Cake, this is.
Karen D (au) wrote: OMG i watched 30mins of this movie and had to shut it off. i thought i was going to vomit.....completely disgusted
Chad H (ag) wrote: It has been said that there are only seven storylines in the world. This was an interesting adapatation on the one where you use a woman to get to a criminal, which can also be seen in Notorious, North by Northwest, and Mission: Impossible II. Though fairly predictible and with an unnecessary final two minutes, it was worth seeing. The French actor who plays Pepe is especially good.
Dan G (ag) wrote: Another absolutely brilliant movie. And again, Rotten Tomatoes reviewers are on crack. Never listen to them. Watch this movie. It's worth it.
Daniel Y (es) wrote: Men in Black is an amazing blockbuster thanks to a smart script amazing sets, puppetry, great CGI, and performances which makes this a movie that is hard to hate or dislike in that matter.
Thomas W (kr) wrote: Edward Burns's latest film is much more in-line and similar to his very first film, The Brothers McMullen, than anything else he has done since. It is a dialogue-heavy family-drama like his first, and as I enjoyed the conversations between his realistic and flawed characters in McMullen, I appreciated his return-to-form here with a holiday-themed family flick (for patient adults) about a family of seven siblings wrestling with the thought of spending a Christmas with a father who walked out on the family 20 years earlier. Burns stars as eldest brother Gerry who wants to meet with the family before Christmas to discuss what they'd like to do about their returning father; but as the other six siblings (including Mike McGlone [from McMullen], Kerry Bishe [Argo] and Heather Burns [Miss Congeniality]) have other family and personal obligations before the holidays it proves to be rather difficult to get the clan together. The film isn't anything grounbreaking and it can be melodramatic but it is a pretty realistic depiction of a middle-class family with everyday problems (for film anyway) and so many might not want to watch it. The best thing about this film is the chemistry between the actors -- Burns has assembled a cast that works very well together and while some of the dialogue and situations might be a little far-reaching, there is no denying these actors work well together. Connie Britton ("American Horror Story", The Brothers McMullen) has a small role as a care-giver for an elderly neighbor; but it is nice seeing her and Burns re-unite onscreen again as they work (they are great together ... but who can't she play opposite?). There are some moments of BAD lighting and staging but when this happened I stopped watching and listened. This is for Edward Burns fans and those who like simple family dramas.