Winter Passing

Winter Passing

Actress Reese Holden has been offered a small fortune by a book editor if she can secure for publication the love letters that her father, a reclusive novelist, wrote to her mother, who has since passed away. Returning to Michigan, Reese finds that an ex-grad student and a would-be musician have moved in with her father, who cares more about his new friends than he does about his own health and well-being.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   artist,   student,  

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Winter Passing torrent reviews

(gb) wrote: A wasted opportunity. This film has important things to say, but leaves most of them to the end. Leading up to that seems like a rather vapid, long vanity piece for Huppert. Just because she is an actor who moves her face little, is not a reason to make the audience look at her in interminable closeup, as if we otherwise wouldn't see what she is doing. Problems with continuity and editing, particularly in the depiction of the disability, risk mocking it. At one point Maud loses control of her body, can barely move her legs, then immediately lies on her back and kicks the hell out of her concrete bunker style door. Really? There are pointlessly offensive scenes: a senile old woman is insulted about her incontinence, and a very real-looking baby is shaken for a long time - the callousness of the characters who do these things was lost because the scenes are dreadful. The prevailing emotional climate in the film is cold, as are the production values. The festival audience was perceptibly annoyed and frustrated with the film and it risks being viewed as time and money thrown away, which is a pity, because its issues of need and exploitation, and the power of people with disability to make their own decisions, are worthy ones for the cinema.

Rajeevan R (ag) wrote: It's real and meaningful movie

Frank B (br) wrote: probably the worst western I have ever seen - it was so bad it was comical

David W (ru) wrote: Don't let the subject fool you. It's an awesome movie

Jenny S (ag) wrote: ohhhh..... Fry !! trp nono

Gary W (nl) wrote: Very interesting take on an over-done genre. Unique and captivating.

Elli S (au) wrote: Mesmerizing photos and panoramas of what mankind has done to shape his world. Well done! And Canadian, too!

Bridget M (es) wrote: I love stupid happy comedies movies so this was totally down my alley!

Mike N (jp) wrote: good dialogue, filmed well, and the story itself was decent is worth a look.

Samantha g (gb) wrote: Only watch if you are a fan of Drew, otherwise you will be bored silly!

Johnny K (ag) wrote: Part of my childhood memories. Used to loved this flick when I was little.

Chris C (au) wrote: Funny and charming, Honey, I Shrunk The Kids is an adventure that delivers---with great special effects and solid performances by Rick Moranis and the young cast.

D M (ca) wrote: Prison escapees, 8 roly-poly porcupines land their spacecraft in Backwoods, Kansas with a duo of intergalactic bounty hunters on their tail. They do exactly what you'd expect a bunch of Crites on vacation to do, upsetting a lot of the residents in the process. One of the better Gremlins cash-ins, it actually plays more as a 1950s-style alien invasion flick. Despite the deserved PG-13 rating for its kill scenes it is lighthearted, with some funny one-liners, but slow and uneven pacing make it less fun than it should be.

Branham N (nl) wrote: Less then what I wanted.

Russ B (us) wrote: 4/12/2017: Meh. A pretty decent cast, but not that funny. It's amusing at best.

Bass 9 (ag) wrote: He was indeed on top pf the world.

Muhammad K (fr) wrote: I don't know why this movie is so underrated, it is one of the super classic movies.

Stuart H (ru) wrote: I don't care if isn't the best movie, I love tom selleck and I enjoyed this flick; I could be biased for having seen it when I was a child, though.

Ian M (ca) wrote: This is a good mix of science fiction and horror. Diesel is perfect as the silent killer who may be just as dangerous as the monsters the rest of the survivors need his help to avoid. in my opinion definitely worth a rental.