A love story offering an intimate look inside the marriage of Winston and Clementine Churchill during a particularly troubled, though little-known, moment in their lives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Gathering Storm
A love story offering an intimate look inside the marriage of Winston and Clementine Churchill during a particularly troubled, though little-known, moment in their lives.
- Stars:Scott Caan, Jeff Goldblum, Shawn Hatosy, Kelly Lynch, Heavy D, Val Lauren, Bob Gunton, Marley Shelton, Selma Blair, Isla Fisher, Freddy Rodríguez, Albert Finney, Vanessa Redgrave, Jim Broadbent, Linus Roache, Lena Headey, Derek Jacobi, Ronnie Barker, Tom Wilkinson, Celia Imrie, Hugh Bonneville, Gottfried John, Anthony Brophy, Edward Hardwicke, Tom Hiddleston, Tim Bentinck,
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Stephie M (mx) wrote: chicago... in the 50's...what else do we want?
Eric L (jp) wrote: A taut thriller, it turns out to be a revenge play.....it show the extent that vengence just consumes a soul...they should have paid heed to the verse Romans 12:19 (New International Version)Do not take revenge, my friends, but leave room for God's wrath, for it is written: "It is mine to avenge; I will repay,"[a]says the Lord.
Jason P (kr) wrote: JP Amedori really sold his anguish towards the end. Turned a typical "teens and drugs" movie into something a bit more. Good acting by Caplan as well.
Tuomas S (es) wrote: Ihan viihdyttv kyll.
Brad P (fr) wrote: classic children's tale
Arrigrl (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies.
Velma S (es) wrote: This is a great film. Miss Foster did well on her directorial debut and the young actor who plays Fred was so talented and intriguing.
Mark D (nl) wrote: This was awful, and so very OTT. But it had some memorable hyper realistic characters, that its a film that cant be ignored. So very 80s, but better for it.
Jaiden C (ru) wrote: A almost perfect film.
Alex S (es) wrote: I think I watched a different movie than the rest of the folks who reviewed this because I got a 100 minute postcard of 1950s Venice with a wedged-in story about a dame hooking up with a married antique dealer. To make matters worse, this was based on a play (which apparently must be all of 40 pages being that there are about 25 minutes of plot on display? maybe it??s a very ??open to interpretation?? play a la ??Our Town?? and the whole thing is actually 17 hours when performed onstage) and David Lean is in the driver??s seat. Plays usually fare well and Lean almost always fares well so how did the wheels come off of this so fast? It can??t be Hepburn or Brazzi, both of whom turn in solid performances for what they have to work with (read: they deliver their cardboard, practically forced lines with a pulse). It also is not the cinematography, as Lean uses on-location shots and peppers the movie full of them? to the point where the city should almost be a character in itself. It??s not even the token cute kid in this, which is saying something considering I usually despise children in movies (this one even gets to smoke at one point, which I??m sure would go over with flying colors today). I actually think it??s the Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde shift the film takes as it isn??t sure whether or not it is a drama with a flimsy hook (Americans can find love in Europe!) or a documentary relying on buildings to carry us from one shot to the next (??Antonio Gaudi?? this is not). One oddly compelling moment in this is when our couple take their feelings for each other to the next step (which, for the time this was made, means they embrace on a balcony and walk inside behind the curtains) and we cut to fireworks going off. Twice. And then a third time. And then they mail a postcard to Freud saying ??Wish you were here!?? and we all laugh as the director casually walks into the frame and winks at us (not really, but that would actually add a whole other star to this review, if you ask me). And this is intentionally done, which somehow makes this whole thing even more tragic. Save yourself the 100 minutes and catch a ticket to Venice instead. Or, better yet, go to the Venetian in Las Vegas and use your imagination.
Kevin L (gb) wrote: Has some really great raw dialogue.
Thomas W (es) wrote: I've read that this dramedy about a city girl moved to a small town is an infusion of both Lynch and Donnie Darko. While I can see why some would say that, I think the Lynch link is a stretch and there isn't anything mindbending or surreal here -- what we see onscreen is pretty much what we get. The tone of the film might play with some Lynchian mood(s); but that would have to be it. Kat Dennings ("2 Broke Girls", Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist) is Caroline Wexler, a city girl who has just moved to a boring burg of a small town in which she finds nobody she can freely relate to ... until she meets one of her teachers, Mr. Anderson (Josh Lucas - Poseidon), with whom she strikes up an improper relationship. Thurston (Reece Thompson - Ceremony) is a local who likes to partake of various drugs (this might be the surreal link -- but it isn't much) and falls for Caroline. By throwing in a raging industrial fire, a serial killer, stoner and adversarial other students, meddling parents (etc) the story becomes slightly over-populated with content and the director has some difficultly keeping it all in check. While the attention never leaves Caroline, there might be one-too-many distractions around her for an audience to keep focus. By adding more, we lose a bit of Caroline. I believe Dennings to be a decent actress with dry wit and humor -- trying to take away from here is something the film need not do.
Jenna A (fr) wrote: I love this movie it should not be rated a 70% will smith is a great actor it is a disgrace to put one of his greatest movies a "70%"
Eugene B (es) wrote: Simple, yet effective plot and storytelling to go along with exquisite direction and modern-day martial arts choreography makes Ip Man a brilliant one-two punch of a film. Donnie Yen's smooth and powerful display of the famed grandmaster is a plausible performance that highlights him as today's action star. 4.5/5
Aydin M (mx) wrote: One of the smartest movies, with its perfect screenplay
Brandon S (ru) wrote: I thought this movie was fantastic. Wood Harris is a great actor and can be a fantastic one if he is supported with a good plot and good actors around him and thats what they did in this movie.
Jennifer B (kr) wrote: Actually rather entertaining! Some great singing by the leads, the 'bad guys' are geeks and annoying but otherwise some fun and sun! super cheesy but entertaining!