This film is a documentary about the poet 'Leopoldo Panero'. His widow and his sons talk about death in general and in this special case and also about their own family problems. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kelly L (fr) wrote: We weren't properly prepared for the twist in the script but the movie engaged me and that's all I ask for.
Tom F (au) wrote: Full of raucous, coarse, bitchy Spaniards. Just like the real thing, bless them.
Michael H (ag) wrote: Typically shot in Cockney fashion, Goodbye Charlie Bright is just about trouble occuring in a rough London estate but with a few details involving the plot. It doesnt save it from being dissapointing. Although the B+ actors arnt genuine brilliant actors but they do make their presence felt in a realistic way, the setting is very realistic and what you'll see in a rough place, so a plus for that but still, never quite worked as a film, just got a bit cheesy and realistic changed to unrealism at times. Not a terrible movie, no where near, just not a good one, below that average mark for me.
Alexander C (ag) wrote: A solid decent film that provides intrigue and keeps you entertained throughout.
Nickolas U (kr) wrote: I just really love Stuart Smalley. You can really feel his issues with his family.The film was hip, funny, and watchable. It's about issues in Stuart Smalley's family. It's completley diffrent from other SNL movies. I wouldn't even consider it an SNL movie. Even if Stuart Smalley was on SNL. Stuart was just too likeable. If you have anxiety disorder, or anything else, You can really relate to Stuart Smalley. I would say go see it, But it's pretty hard to find it. It had a budget of 6 million, and made only a few thousand dollars. Order it at a library or somthing. It's a great film to me. A
Tyler H (ca) wrote: Dolly Parton and James Woods make for a very bizarre romantic duo. Surprisingly, this film was kind of entertaining and likeable. Michael Madsen is pretty decent as the ex-boyfriend.
Fred S (ru) wrote: Memories from when I was a kid give it 5 stars.
David D (us) wrote: The whole story is exciting , as the movie goes on the viewer gets a real insight to how a person can get attached to something so small, like a football . Tom Hanks as always lived up to his legendary reputation and in my opinion an Oscar worthy performance. 5/5
Daniel W (it) wrote: It's maybe a bit long, but it's a Biblical epic - it's supposed to be! Epic is certainly the word for it. It'd be interesting to see a trilogy of this with Gladiator and Kingdom Of Heaven.
Shantel D (it) wrote: It has it's charms, but it's kinda meh.
Adam W (es) wrote: I found the movie insightful on how other countries live different socio-cultural lifestyles and learning about their initiatives to maintaining good health and productivity. But Michael Moore is more than misleading and am sure he's avoiding other truths that make every country aside from America great. All-in-all, I wasn't minding the film until it goes balls out neo-feminist on you with the urgent importance of female leadership with a narrative claiming men react more illogical because of testosterone while also implying there would be no war if women were in charge because women like to get along.... What type of false bs is that. Women tend to be more inherently caniving, manipulative, judgemental and chemically imbalanced (or in PC terms "hormonal") And that's not even up for debate. For a decent documentary it turned real sour real quick for my liking. Coincidentally around a US election year where Hillary Clinton was to be the second coming. IMO Michael Moore is leftest P.o.s. Right up there with Bill Maher as being ultimate left wing propaganda globalists who act all wise but haven't got the realest of clues.