The Tracey Fragments
Tracey Berkowitz, 15, a self-described normal girl, loses her 9-year old brother, Sonny. In flashbacks and fragments, we meet her overbearing parents and the sweet, clueless Sonny. We watch Tracey navigate high school, friendless, picked on and teased. She develops a thing for Billy Zero, a new student, imagining he's her boyfriend. We see the day she loses Sonny and we watch her try to find him.
- Stars:Ellen Page, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, Ari Cohen, Erin McMurtry, Zie Souwand, Stephen Amell, Leonard Dunbar, Chris Ratz, Daniel Fathers, Ryan Cooley, Jeffrey Bornstein, Jackie Brown, Kate Todd, Slim Twig, Julian Richings,
- Director:Bruce McDonald,
- Writer:Maureen Medved, Maureen Medved (novel)
15-year-old Tracey Berkowitz is naked under a shower curtain at the back of a bus, looking for her little brother Sonny, who thinks he's a dog. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Tracey Fragments torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: It truly did suck, but watching it's stupidity was rather fun seeing that it was The Asylum's attempt at a sex comedy.
(br) wrote: Was a good film up until the ridiculous ending
(nl) wrote: I didn't fancy Cars. It is just too "kiddy" for me. If there were actually SOMEONE in the cars, I would have personally enjoyed it. That and the unamusing plot.
(gb) wrote: Sounds very interesting.
(fr) wrote: I love this movie-only saw it 2 times, but it's one of my favorite- great story!
(nl) wrote: So-so conspiracy thriller about domestic terrorism undone by Mark Pellington's overwrought direction and Ehren Kruger's contrivance-heavy script. It's the kind of movie that thinks it's really smart, but it's not.
(it) wrote: Great film. I loved it as a kid when I first saw it and still do today Dennis quaid is the bomb in this and loved his and Sean Connerys banter. Also I think the story is pretty solid and the comedy and action don't feel very forced. To me it's basically a take the piss of Robin Hood (the one with Kevin Costner) but with kickass dragons
(au) wrote: "A Wickedly Amusing Who'll Do It"!
(it) wrote: A gaudy little French farce whose charm influenced the American remake decades later.
(de) wrote: Overwhelmingly stupid. It made me laugh, however, and that I cannot deny.
(de) wrote: Kept me more invested in the stories and emotionally gripped more than any other British urban chav film.
(jp) wrote: It's not an awful film by any stretch, but that is not exactly a welcome compliment either. Harrison Ford is uninterested, the plot is bland, and continual references to Jones' age reminds the viewer constantly of a more thrilling, and memorable past.
(ca) wrote: Nota: 5.9/10 - 2.9/5