Good Samaritan rescues seven evacuees from the Houston Astrodome after Katrina and brings them to Florida to give them shelter and jobs, 'a bridge life.' But he gets more than he bargained for when one of them commits a serious crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Derek S (gb) wrote: This hurt my heart. :(
John T (es) wrote: Girl is shitty by posting mean things on people's facebook/youtube/whatever. She "cyber-bullies" them and a hacker comes at her for revenge. Turns out a lot of the stuff she did had serious impacts. A girl commits suicide and someone had to change schools, etc.The guy gets her back by posting nude pictures of her and her friends in an effort to show her what cyber-bullying really was.Not a bad movie. Felt short, though. The whole movie takes place in one room with one girl as an actress (with a few voices here and there).
Michael C (ag) wrote: A really good coming of age film that has received its fair share of hate. Highmore and Roberts are very good in this film as well as the rest of the cast. The ending was somewhat predictable corny but its not a bad one.
Toby A (au) wrote: i want to see this so bad and maybe own it
Pamela O (jp) wrote: Excellent Canadian made film. Aaron Webber is phenomenal!!
Jack L (ca) wrote: Very interesting and incredibly sad. The Ebert review hit the nail on the head. This is a movie entirely about kids living in the Kurdish region, along the border of Iraq and Turkey, set just prior to the American invasion of Iraq. Like Ebert points out, the movie isn't pro or anti US, or any other country (well, kind of anti-saddam.) Really, it's a sad movie about the lives of kids who have to live in a world that adults control. They have to get by in a horrific state that they have not placed themselves into. Ah well. Worth seeing. But hard to watch. I appreciate the tip, Ebru. :-)
Conor B (gb) wrote: What's the best part about this mocumentary? That you never know that that is what you are watching. If it wasn't for the outtake after the preliminary credits rolled, you would never have known that the last 90 minutes you watched were completely staged.
Andrew P (ca) wrote: Erotic vampire film, that is lacking a lot.
Scott W (gb) wrote: A solid thriller that keeps you guessing until the end. I like that as the story unfolds you have no idea if Harrison Ford's character really committed the murder. What's interesting is you are torn whether you want him to get off, because he really isn't a very redeemable character. He cheated on his wife and then stalked this other woman. The whole thing has a very dark look to it, which highlights the fact that this is a very grim story about morally bankrupt people. It's not always captivating, but it picks up momentum as it goes along and has a satisfying ending.
Travis S (au) wrote: no wonder I can't find this movie cause it's so dumb.
Jordon J (br) wrote: The premise is a whopper of a bad idea, made all the more disheartning by the notion that someone thought highly enough of it to see it as a feasible outlet for movie comedy. I SAY SKIP IT!!!
Stanislav P (ca) wrote: blbost ako mraky, ale tak o tom to malo byt. myslim ze sa to velmi podaril a vznikla z toho skvela komedia
Guido S (ca) wrote: John Woo take aim at a true story of Navajo Code talker and has to help them to survive in the warzone. Could have been great, but the action scenes were way too over the top and too much of Woo's style to be taken as a serious movie. In essence, this is more about glorifying the killing and making it stylish than actually telling the story the movie is even about. A disgrace to the people involved in the true story. This is an interesting part of history that was butchered by Hollywood and deserves so much more.
Carlos M (mx) wrote: The few changes made in the original story only weakens this flawed adaptation and makes its premise seem even more ludicrous than it already is, but at least all this is compensated well enough by the movie's style, expert editing and Carpenter's firm direction.