The Safety of Objects
A series of overlapping stories about four suburban families dealing with different maladies. Esther Gold's life is consumed by caring for her comatose son; Jim Train is sent into a tailspin when he's passed over for a promotion; Annette Jennings' family is struggling in the wake of her divorce; Helen Christianson is determined to shake up her mundane life.
- Stars:Glenn Close, Dermot Mulroney, Jessica Campbell, Patricia Clarkson, Joshua Jackson, Moira Kelly, Robert Klein, Timothy Olyphant, Mary Kay Place, Kristen Stewart, Alex House, Charlotte Arnold, Andrew Airlie, Stephanie Mills, Angela Vint,
- Director:Rose Troche,
- Writer:A.M. Homes (book), Rose Troche (screenplay)
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The Safety of Objects torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Decently made and acted, but that does not excuse it from being a carbon copy of Oldboy without any of the dark charm that makes the original superior. The infamous twist is not present in this film, replaced with a series of different (yet similar) surprises. Overall, there's little to recommend about it, the cinematography is unilaterally gray, the performances are meandering but fitting for the film, and the overall atmosphere is...well, the same as it was in Oldboy, but not amateurish by comparison.
(es) wrote: I ended up enjoying thing more than I was expecting to. I have never watched the BBC series of the same name, yet this film brilliantly made it so I did not need to. Good for a few chuckles, but nothing overly special overall.
(us) wrote: This is a bad comedy. The actors are good (Chris Pine and Eddie Kaye Thomas), but the premise of this movie and the bad jokes just make it pretty much unbarebale to watch! I wouldn't advise watching this movie at all. I guess all the good actors had to start somewhere...
(kr) wrote: The American remake looks horrifying in an entirely different sense. One of the best psychological thrillers I have ever seen. The acting and subtlety are peerless.
(gb) wrote: Ahaa! If you ever wondered why The Hunger Games trilogy seemed so 1970's in technology (predominance of television and regular phones), could it be that it took so many cues from this old sci fi cult classic?
(mx) wrote: Blehhh...rather boring.
(nl) wrote: Amazing set-pieces, awesome music and it's generally funny and sweet. A masterpiece!
(de) wrote: There is another romantic comedy that was featured at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. The film was directed by Kat Coiro and produced by Justin Long (who has the role of the main character Sam), who wrote the script with his brother Christian and Keir O'Donnell, who also stars in the film as Eliot, next to Evan Rachel Wood as Birdie, Sam Rockwell as Gary, Sienna Miller as Sarah, Brendan Fraser as Tony and Vince Vaughn as Alan. The non-original, sanitized story which follows the life of writer who creates a trumped-up online persona in order to impress a young woman, won't be too attractive for most of the viewers if it didn't have actors with lots of chemistry (sadly lots of restrains as well), excellent music choice, and lots of funny situations. It was not just watchable, but definitely enjoyable. Of course, everybody have their own preferences and reasons to enjoy this work of Kat Coiro, and they could list something else. I enjoyed watching young writer Sam having a crush on Birdie, the cute and quirky barista at his local coffee shop, and especially enjoyed all his conventional attempts to woo her crashing and burning. When he failed there, he tries online, creating an Internet profile embellished with all of the details that would make him Birdie's dream guy: ballroom dancing, rock climbing, a seemingly endless, escalating series of wacky and unlikely hobbies. Of course, this harebrained scheme is a surprise success and Birdie falls for his exaggerated alter ego... but Sam must keep up the act or lose his dream girl forever. I think this could be simple a winning comedy for the social media age.