A Home of Our Own
The story is located in Los Angeles in the sixties. An energetic widow, Frances Lacey, with her six children try to make a dream of theirs come true: to have a home of their own. Therefore they leave Los Angeles and head for the countryside, while facing all kinds of difficulties during their journey.
- Category:Drama, Biography
- Stars:Kathy Bates, Edward Furlong, Clarissa Lassig, Sarah Schaub, Miles Feulner, Amy Sakasitz, T.J. Lowther, Soon-Tek Oh, Tony Campisi, David Jensen, H.E.D. Redford, Melvin Ward, Michael Flynn, Donré Sampson, Frank Gerrish,
- Director:Tony Bill,
- Writer:Patrick Sheane Duncan
Widow Frances Lacey is being sexually harassed by her boss while she tries to provide for her brood of six children. She then drives north to find a home of their own away from the bad influences of the big city and struggles to make a fresh start. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Home of Our Own torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Caesar is the only protagonist in any movie that has given me goosebumps. I have NEVER seen a greater portrayal of a leader in any movie.
(ru) wrote: Amazing what throwing in a decent soundtrack can do. Without it, this is just another corny chick flick that would've no doubt annoyed the hell out of me. With it, it's a catchy modern number that puts a new twist on some classic tunes, as well as busting out some smooth moves on the dance floor. This is littered with a variety of personalities, individually chosen for their unique traits that each provide something different for their respective singing groups. Whether as individuals or battles, these productions are cleverly choreographed and produced to provide an excellent sing along and humorous movie. From the dry persona of Rebel Wilson to the egotistical lead singer of their opposing band, everybody adds something to the quality of this film. Naturally you can immediately see how the script it's going to pan out - Girl band pitted as the underdog, always losing to the cocky boyband in the regional tournaments. One day a new chick joins the team, adds a different twist to their style, and ........ Well you can guess the rest! There are also side stories going on which to be honest no one gives two hoots about, with the blossoming romance of the two main characters, and the girls desire to get into music producing. Presumably the sequel might progress these two issues, but if it's going to continue to be a success, it just needs to pull together some new styles on more of the old beats. This is all about the music, and providing that's up to scratch, the franchise will do just fine.
(es) wrote: Me quedo con la original mil veces. Hacer un remake de una obra maestra como "12 Angry Men" es cosa delicada. Demasiado efectista.
(ca) wrote: Surprisingly well made and fun. Not a great film by all means but one that I could imagine myself watching a few more times over the next few years.
(de) wrote: It's a fascinating documentary into Goebbels brilliant but toxic mind. The documentary is based on readings from Goebbels personal diary.
(ru) wrote: With impressive animation and a terrific voice cast, Flushed Away is both funny and suitably entertaining for both kids and adults - though the latter may actually get more out of it.
(de) wrote: Though I should never do this (as it prevents a truly accurate review from being given), I'm letting my bias determine the grade for this film. In reality, This film deserves like a 3.75 or something. It'd be an extremely low B- if it was graded on a letter grade scale. Obviously, as I said, I'm biased with this movie. Here are a few reasons why: Buscemi. Ensemble cast with interweaving plot lines. Indie film. Crazy off the wall characters and events. Talented character actors (besides Buscemi) that I like. It takes place over the course of one night. This is a weird movie. In fact, the tagline, "Ever had one of those nights?" perfectly sums this movie up. Now, as much as I like this movie, my grade is inflated, and here's why. As much as I enjoyed this movie, and, as many good things that is has good going for it, there are a shitload of bad things present as well. The script is chock full of issues, especially in the plot and transitions departments. This film probably needed to be longer in order to flesh out and elaborate upon some of those issues, namely some plot holes that go unresolved and undealt with. It's n indie film, which is both good and bad. Good because it sets it apart from mainstream stuff and lets the viewer know that they're not gonna get something typical or run of the mill. This is bad because the film is meandering at times and needs more focus. In a way I kinda liked that it has a home movie look to it, but at the same time, it makes this film seem a little bit too amateurish and unprofessional looking. If it were to look less rough and more polished, it'd help give it some more credibility. Ok, I bitched enough. You probably get the point. The movie is very flawed, but still entertaining and has some good themes and stuff. Here's the best part, which is what I'll end things on. The acting. It's awesome, and the highlight of the whole thing. Everybody turns in a good performance. Being a Buscemi fanboy, it pains me to say this, but I didn't like his performance the most. That honor belongs to Dinklage. Vince and Stormare also bring in some exceptional turns (although Stormare is maybe just slightly a little too over the top.) Buscemi is good, but not as good as I was hoping. I'm not totally let down though. Bottom line, if you can find this movie, check it out. It's got a lot of problems, but a lot of heart and some truly memorable characters.
(nl) wrote: Interesting movie...
(jp) wrote: Raw, graphic, and impactful; there is no need for narration for this documentary to leave a lasting impression.
(jp) wrote: what IS acting? what makes a movie? certainly NOT the director ;)
(nl) wrote: watching movies about the stories in the bible is a great way to get into the stories, i just wish that they didn't change parts of movies from what the bible really says!
(kr) wrote: Christopher Lloyd elevates Trek III with a surprisingly good and beyond evil performance. Kirk risks everything on the hope that Spock can be saved. And loses it all. Very underrated movie. Shatner's best performance. Ever.
(de) wrote: I have a hard time imagining how this film got any sort of positive rating. The opening few minutes have celebrities say what a wonderful guy Shep Gordon is, and the last few minutes feature similar blandishments by famous musicians and actors. In between we have 80 minutes describing an utterly self-absorbed, sexist, opportunistic, amoral guy. I'm not a prude, but after the fourth beautiful woman walks into his life and changes it utterly -- only to leave him a couple of years later -- it gets my moralistic dander up. This truly isn't worth your time, folks. I don't like Shep Gordon, and I don't like this film. Hollywood self-indulgence at its worst.
(ca) wrote: Excellent choice of cast.