A Long Way Down

A Long Way Down

Four lost souls decide to end their lives on the same night, New Year's Eve. When they meet unintentionally at the same suicide hotspot, they mutually agree to call off their plans for six weeks, forming an unconventional, dysfunctional family.

Four strangers who planned to jump off the same roof on New Year's Eve form a surrogate family to help one another weather the difficulties of their lives as well as find valid reasons to continue living in 6 weeks. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Philip E (ca) wrote: quote from Jason: The baby's in the refrigerator; that's just the screaming decoy.

Elisabetta R (ru) wrote: nice comedy but poor in contents... what's the point?

Daniel N (jp) wrote: Clap , Clap , Clap ,CLAP .... amazing

Kevin R (gb) wrote: This will be the best guy's trip ever!Boog is a bear living in the forest amongst his forest friends. He's a single bear and it seems all the other forest creatures have shacked up with a wife and kids. None of the men can go fishing, on guys weekend, or any other fun single activities. He wanders into a circus and switches places with a circus bear. The circus bear heads to the forest and really shakes things up. Will the circus bring Boog happiness or is it more than he bargained for?"It could be stupid bear disease."Cody Cameron, director of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, delivers Open Season 3 in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture was pretty lazy and disappointing (it did remind me of the Madagascar sequels). The animation is pretty good but there are not too many house hold names in the voices. The voices include Matthew Munn, Nika Futterman, Ciara Bravo, and Andre Sogliuzzo."Just tell the truth. It is the only way to roll."My daughter and I sat down and watched this recently. This is one of the few cartoons I have ever heard her say at the end, "I don't want to watch that again." She's a tough audience. ;) The story was pretty bland and disappointing. There wasn't much to see here and I recommend skipping this film."Spine so frail."Grade: D

Mika H (it) wrote: loistava suomalainen dokumenttielokuva!

Lise W (us) wrote: This will always have a special place in my heart.

Marissa K (br) wrote: This documentary opens so many cans of worms that my brain is still swirling, but on it's surface it's the story of a 4-year old girl who likes to paint. It just so happens that her paintings are worthy of being considered art. There's quite a lot packed into the 82 minute running time, and a lot more that can be interpreted in discussion following the viewing. It turns out this isn't so much the story of a 4-year old artist as it is the story about the role of art in society, why we care so much about it, how art has "sold out", how everyone has an opinion and the role of the media. It's frightening and sad all at the same time. It's obvious that Bar-Lev actually cares deeply about the subjects of his own art, and it's, ultimately heartbreaking, at least it was to me.

David M (jp) wrote: I liked it. Sigourney and Emile are great and there is just enough humour and weirdness to keep the old dysfunctional family shtick fresh.

Christie B (gb) wrote: Jake and Jared are hot in this movie, it is a cute movie about friendship and love.

Brian B (ca) wrote: Yes, this premise is used far too often. Just ask Hulk Hogan and Vin Diesel. This one is the worst of the three... the Paul Twins were not actors to say it nicely.

Fahim B (us) wrote: LOL what a dumb movie, the songs were amazing though

Joe C (gb) wrote: The 1980's produced some true film lemons. It was a decade rampant with materialism and glitz ruled the theater. It was a decade filled with low-budget shock/slashers forgotten the day after they came out in the wake of the next one. So in order to stand out, these romper films began distinguishing themselves with shocking stories. I haven't seen all of these films because there are literally 100's, but I'd be willing to bet anything that there is NOTHING as ridiculously bizarre and insane as Society. I'm at a loss for words. You really just need to see it to believe it, and even then you may not believe it. What kind of acid-induced trip were these people on when they made this fucking movie?????!!!!!

Paul D (ag) wrote: This is the moment in 80's history where every woman in the world fell in love with Patrick Swayze at the same time. Everyone and their mother either had the soundtrack on record or cassette tape. While I do not think it is an amazing movie, it certainly isn't as horrible as you might think it is. Has a few pacing issues, but overall it is fun.

Philip L (ag) wrote: By far the best of the original's sequels as the planet of the apes is born. Caesar rises Malcolm X like as 'race' riots analogies break out over the futuristic Earth. Ricardo Montalban's role is too short. The original set of movies should have ended with this one.