Terms of Endearment

Terms of Endearment

Aurora and Emma are mother and daughter who march to different drummers. Beginning with Emma's marriage, Aurora shows how difficult and loving she can be. The movie covers several years of their lives as each finds different reasons to go on living and find joy. Aurora's interludes with Garrett Breedlove, retired astronaut and next door neighbor are quite striking.

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Jairo A (de) wrote: The Kings of Summer is a solid coming of age movie but it's not at the level of Boyhood, Stand By Me, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, etc. It's not bad but it does seem "forced" in some scenes. And yes the Biaggio character was eccentric and awkward but his acting seemed forced at times. He just didn't seem genuinely weird. But overall though, it's still a good coming of age movie.

Bhabinder R (es) wrote: Akshay & John look fab as usual!!

Gruncle Skip W (jp) wrote: Worst ever robot movie ever. I Robot was better by far. Special Effect not in this movie

Matthew S (it) wrote: I knew nothing about the artists of the 1830s when I started the movie, and now, I can only assume they were a debaucherous, treacherous lot. But actually, the characters were all pretty interesting and their interactions were quite funny. The way it was shot, though, pulled me out of the world of the film; it was very obviously a period piece with fancy costumes and sets. There was nothing there to make it real. But, overall, it had an enjoyable story (although it was slow at points) and was surprisingly funny.

John P (ca) wrote: Everyone is great, especially Oldman, who plays intense better than anyone...

Mark S (us) wrote: Probably the best of the Zucker-Abrams parody movies, where most of the jokes got a laugh out of me. Ricardo Montalban is a great addition, giving some of the best portrayals of charming villains.

jason m (us) wrote: you might not have seen this one , was on tv in early 80's classic, i had to have it, was my favorite when i was a kid

Audrius M (nl) wrote: " I kill with my c***." - Margaret.

Alex H (es) wrote: One of Truffaut's best!

Steve S (br) wrote: ***1/2 (out of four) Adult-oriented drama about an unusual love triangle by the John Schlesinger, the director of "Midnight Cowboy." Peter Finch was nominated for an Oscar for his part of a doctor who is having an affair with a young man (Murray Head). The young man is also seeing a sophisticated woman (Glenda Jackson, also nominated). They are all aware of each other. The script is tight and the acting is superb. It does seem little dated now, but was very bold for its time. Years later Muuray Head went on to sing the Top 10 hit from the 80's "One Night in Bangkok".

alex f (fr) wrote: Superb stone wall performance and a unexpectedly good ending.

Michael R (ca) wrote: This is a brilliant film. This was neglected in its day, but is a masterpiece of biting social commentary and martial arts. Brilliant and funny.

Elton G (ag) wrote: The tone changes from lighthearted to dark, the CGI improves by a lot, and the story-line becomes more interesting. The acting and the set pieces remain of the same caliber, so it's a step ahead of the first two HP movies.

Grant S (ca) wrote: Superb.1967. A fresh-out-of-training recruit, Chris (played by Charlie Sheen), arrives in Vietnam and within days is out on patrol in the jungle. His platoon sergeant, Staff Sergeant Barnes (Tom Berenger), is tough-as-nails and a hard taskmaster. His squad leader, Sergeant Elias (Willem Dafoe), cares for his men and tries to help Chris learn and survive. Unfortunately, an incident occurs which sets Barnes against Elias and causes a large amount of friction within the platoon. This, and they still have to fight the Viet Cong...One of the greatest war movies ever made. Certainly in my top 3 Vietnam war movies (the other two being Apocalypse Now and Full Metal Jacket). Incredibly gritty and realistic, with a great sense of what those that fought in Vietnam it went though. A good examination of the morality of war and how war changes people, especially in the heat of battle.Deservedly won the Best Picture Oscar in 1987 with Oliver Stone picking up Best Director. Willem Dafoe and Tom Berenger got Best Supporting Actor nominations.

Gabriel C (us) wrote: Friedberg and Seltzer are untalented and unfunny. They need to stop ruining our favorite movies.

Malachy M (us) wrote: Dull dull dull dull. A good lesson in how to not do horror or cinema or art or work or effort. That's what this film is misplaced effort from the get go, this should have ended as a scribble in a bin. Everything is bad, I really cannot say enough bad bad things about this movie. It's not shocking, it's not horrible or grotesque, it has no mood, plot, story or atmosphere. It's just a dull waste of effort. NG, don't see me after class, you're expelled.

danita s (us) wrote: best worst movie ever.