The Trip to Bountiful
Carrie Watts is living the twilight of her life trapped in an apartment in 1940's Houston, Texas with a controlling daughter-in-law and a hen-pecked son. Her fondest wish -- just once before she dies -- is to revisit Bountiful, the small Texas town of her youth which she still refers to as "home."
- Stars:Geraldine Page, John Heard, Carlin Glynn, Richard Bradford, Rebecca De Mornay, Kevin Cooney, Norman Bennett, Harvey Lewis, Kirk Sisco, Dave Tanner, Gil Glasgow, Mary Kay Mars, Wezz Tildon, Peggy Ann Byers, David Romo,
- Director:Peter Masterson,
- Writer:Horton Foote (screenplay), Horton Foote (play)
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The Trip to Bountiful torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: So finally I saw the Hyped up movie of 2012..... Aiyyaa did in 2012 exactly what Ra. One did in 2011. If you loved the trailers and Enjoyed the songs and mast lavni, belly and shakepum dances........ consider urself lucky and stay there./..... Dare not attempt to see any further, for the trailer was made first and then they must have asked the director to add these scenes in the movie. It doesn't matter how haphazardly you add the songs anywhere and suddenly you get transported to "kaate nahi katte din ye raat" with kachra truck coming in the beginning of the film hinting the content of the entire film. You have not understood what I am saying? WTF do u think I understood watching this film :/. Used the best of the Marathi actors, awesome job my Rani Mukherjee and a total waste script and direction. I honestly think they mistakenly sent out the unedit reels for distribution......
(gb) wrote: how come in Sci-Fi Channel movies they show all the action and in Hollywood movies they have to have shake cam?tyradactle/Birds + teenagers=GOLDand they say "Son of a witch" in the movieat the Flu Bird
(it) wrote: L'han comparat amb Terry Gilliam o amb els germans Cohen; ha guanyat el premi a millor gui al festival de Donosti... B, les estrelles ja ho diuen tot
(ca) wrote: Very informative. It really simplifies the whole mess and makes you wonder why our media (liberal or conservative) can't better inform us on such significant issues... It also makes you wonder if the mess was intentional, or at least purposefully not avoided.
(ru) wrote: Hilarious. Mark Hamill was hilarious. Bruce Campbell had the best scene.
(nl) wrote: A decent Werewolf movie that involves soldiers. Great effects and action pact moments that will appeal to those that like low-budget gore and memorable lines. Fans of the Call of Duty Modern Warfare games will surly recognize a familiar voice.
(es) wrote: Worst thing I've seen, lately. Filled with really great actors and an interesting beginning that degenerates into weirdness and ends with no explanation. People who say they like this are afraid to say they hate it.
(fr) wrote: Vintage, Dan Aykroyd.
(it) wrote: The worst thing I have ever seen. I have no idea how anyone could possibly find this even the slightest bit good. Awful acting, awful effects, awful soundtrack, awful plot, the whole thing is just plain awful. This was even too bad for our 'terrible movie night'.
(ag) wrote: From the Terrace (1960) -- [5.0] -- Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward team up again for this long drama about infidelity. Their characters don't really love each other, but they get married anyway. Newman gets too wrapped up in his work to give Woodward attention, and before you know it, they're both seeing other people. There aren't many high points in this movie. Everyone's pretty unhappy the whole time, and unfortunately, they take the audience with them. I have a hard time caring about characters who create their own perpetual strife, but Newman gives a terrific performance, especially in the early scenes with his dysfunctional parents. Myrna Loy is also memorable as his alcoholic mother, but she's only in a couple of scenes.
(au) wrote: muddled and confusing
(es) wrote: Acceptable but unsurprising.