A Mother's Courage: Talking Back to Autism
The mother of an autistic child is determined not to accept the pessimistic prognosis for her son.
- Stars:Krystyna Janda, Pawel Szajda, Jan Englert, Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak, Margrét Dagmar Ericsdóttir, David G. Amaral, Simon Baron-Cohen, David Crowe, Taylor Crowe, Geraldine Dawson, Temple Grandin, Lisa Helt, Portia Iversen, Linda Lange, Catherine Lord, Joseph E. Morrow, Soma Mukhopadhyay, Tito Mukhopadhyay, Sally Rogers,
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Seth B (ru) wrote: Travolta does a good job at being the lovable good guy. Vince Vaughn's bad guy performance is pretty solid. There isnt much of a plot to speak of and the writing is subpar. Its entertaining though.
Stef (jp) wrote: Oh, I do love me some based on a true story success stories starring Mark Wahlberg.
Black S (br) wrote: Heavy Firearms action lovingly crafted as only someone not allowed to own them could do, this one is notable for the female cast that drive the story (many look like fashion models) with particular kudos to a brunette version Marjorie Monaghan, and the drop-dead gorgeous perfect bodied green-eyed Debbie Shelton, who Director Pyun apparently convinced to show off her weight-trained abs, vascularity and lucious breastworks. Her mouth-watering scenes alone make this worth watching. Cute Merle Kennedy, in her boots and shorts is like a pint-sized Lara Croft. Gruner, Thomerson, Brion James & Tagawa turn in servicable work, and despite a few glitches and continuity errors, this is still worth popcorn time for fans of sci-fi ultraviolence...
Scott C (gb) wrote: Strom Warning? What does that mean?
Patrick D (ru) wrote: I'm a fan of Franco Nero and Castellari as it is, but in this sucker they both carve out one hell of a spaghetti western. Enzo directs with interesting artistic flair and with alot of help from Nero create a different but still cool anti-hero.I'm sure this flick holds up to the better of the sub-genre as well as repeat viewings which I'm sure I'll participate in soon.
Matt H (ru) wrote: Pretty solid. I actually liked Audrey Hepburn in a role for once. And her singing voice was perfectly fine in this (a little sultry as well), I'm surprised they decided to redub her singing in My Fair Lady, guess they thought that movie required more singing range. Not much dancing from Astaire, though.
Steve G (ca) wrote: An incredible movie with a great story, acting and cinematography. One of Hitchcock's best movies, that shows that some old movies still pack a lot of power. This Hitchcock thriller is simply timeless. Great stuff :-D
Rendan L (ru) wrote: Its boosted by superb fight choreography but it's to formulated to be anything more than slightly above average. Grade: C+
Matt R (nl) wrote: This is the stuff great survival horror is made of. The low-budget feel elicits a true sense of helplessness -- something that most genre pics fail to do. Sadly, some poor dialogue and a rushed ending keep it from being a classic.