Fourteen-year-old Mackenzie is sent to live with her uncle in Juneau when her mother can’t care for her anymore. The living situation quickly takes a turn for the worse, and she runs away to rejoin her mother in Seattle. While on her dangerous journey of sleeping in cars and breaking into hotel rooms, she’s drawn to Rene, a lonesome backpacker looking for tranquility in the wilderness.

Mackenzie, a troubled but daring teenage girl, is sent by her struggling mother to live with her uncle in Juneau, Alaska. Although Uncle seems like a supportive caretaker and friend, the relationship turns and Mackenzie is forced to run. Trying to make her way back to Seattle alone to find her absent mother, Mackenzie only winds up deeper in the Alaskan interior. Lost and with no one else to turn to, she shadows a loner backpacker, Bartlett, an unlikely father figure with scars of his own. Together, they cross the wilderness and discover sanctuary in the last frontier. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mayank A (jp) wrote: It's been said 99% of real war is bore and so is the movie, what the director aim's for is not entertainment but to convey the waste of war. This is an anti-war movie with a realistic take on war, on how unprepared the soldiers are, how boring it is and how they want to avoid meaningless action. Good effort for a low budget movie but could have done better job all around.

Mirel T (kr) wrote: Before there was "Her", there was "Two Lovers". Another double the feelz Joaquin Phoenix movie that is ought to be heartbreaking, yet thoughtfully beautiful.

Mick (us) wrote: You are all queres i found this by accident looking for miracles boys

Alfredo S (jp) wrote: Dreamworks brings to life a franchise with beautiful animation and characters, spectacular action, and solid dramatic moments

Sam W (ag) wrote: This film has the greatest fight choreography I ever seen!

Jordan K (mx) wrote: Yeah, uh, this isn't my kind of movie. I think animals and comedy movies aren't well together at all, as proven in this movie.Robert Grant, the manager of the Majestic Hotel, is always worried, especially with his two troublemaking sons, Kyle and Brian. When Kyle meets a strict (and in my opinion, creepy-like) man named Lord Rutledge, he finds out he is a criminal with a monkey sidekick, Dunston, Kyle takes a liking to Dunston, who makes the hotel filled with chaos.I realized I like silliness, but slapstick- not so much. It's got a lot of slapstick in this movie, which I don't like. I also don't like "Lord Rutledge" much. Jason Alexander- eh- alright. I don't like the kids much, either. But I do have to give it to "Dunston". He's pretty smart. But it's just annoying at points, funny at points. Some of it is boring, even. The main thing I don't really like is there's no story to it. Just a monkey causing mischief is the whole 1 hr 29 minutes of it.If your kids like slapstick and silly comedy, this is good. If not, it's horrible.

Evan J (br) wrote: The middle two stories were the only good one's. I thought Tarantino's sucked

Brandon M (jp) wrote: Dolls that look like throwbacks from "Garbage Pail Kids: The Movie" and ancient demons are the story of this turkey. A lady that looks like Rosalita from "The Goonies" gets killed, which I thought was an enjoyable sequence, however the rest of this one is largely forgettable. Some pretty crappy acting by most everyone, especially the little girl. Also starring the wife from "Pet Sematary" as Mom.

TonyPolito (ag) wrote: The true telling of the 1948 effort of charismatic Preston Tucker (Jeff Bridges) to found a new automobile company based on an then-stylish vehicle containing numerous innovations (eg, pop-out windshields, seat belts, padded dashboards) now industry standards. After cleverly overcoming a variety of entrepreneurial challenges, Tucker finds the dark forces of Detroit are well-armed and ready to conspire against him. "Tucker" is Coppola's personal indulgence and obsession, a labor of love rooted in his fascination with the car and man since childhood. Coppola and producer George Lucas each own one of the 51 Tuckers ever built. Coppola vigorously researched, ensuring an extraordinarily accurate portrayal, including extensive interviewing of Tucker's family. Evidence of such authenticity continually reveals throughout Coppola's commentary. Historical stills under end credits exactly mirror film images. When the viewer sees Howard Hughes' plane taxi, it is in fact the plane Hughes used. In one factory scene, every Tucker still in existence is well-waxed and displayed. The film's period stylings make for a unique pleasure to experience. Coppola invoked massive technique - backlighting & shadowing, context as period promotional advertising, authentic set pieces and murals, highly stylized transitioning, color filtering, costuming, text-fonting, split-screen telephone conversations, jingle-and-swing infused soundtrack - to load every frame with a rich 1940s aura that visually entertains on its own. Jeff Bridges wears his role easily. Martin Landeau as Tucker's wingman provides a powerful, though understated, performance. Lloyd Bridges, Detroit's Congressional tool, delivers detestable well. Disney-esque at points, but the film holds something - romance, drama, biopic, underdog, suspense - for everyone, and is 99% suitable for sanitary family viewing. RECOMMENDATION: "Tucker" ought be required viewing in every business school's entrepreneurship course. Highest recommendation.

Jessica H (ru) wrote: Disturbing and incomplete.

Bill v (us) wrote: Good story. Some nice scenery and interesting sets. But it was poorly edited and shot like a play. The lines were delivered like they were all reading the script right there on the set.Skip it.

Private U (kr) wrote: Les tres en toute subtit, en toute simplicit...

Jussi M (jp) wrote: Tunnelma ja lavastus kaikin puolin kohdillaan. Jotain ji kuitenkin puuttumaan.

Timothy J (ca) wrote: The was always more to Cagney than the "dirty rat" from his gangster movies. A good well acted movie set in the Irish fight for independence.

Lady of the Minnesota Mounts (nl) wrote: WHERE WAS THE DRAGON!? I prefer the TV serious over this movie.

Nick W (ag) wrote: very funny at times but the plot and script could've been revised at areas

Adrian B (us) wrote: Not the best choice for a Halloween movie, in fact the only scary thing here is the acting!

007 W (us) wrote: Toy story is kind of a masterpiece this is definitely and will always be the best Pixar movie, it's got a great animation great characters a fantastic story script and fantastic riding everything in this movie is fantastic it's a masterpiece, 10/10