Yuna has had an unfortunate childhood and she struggles even as an adult. One day, she receives a phone call from the hospital that her mother is about to die. Yuna decides to take a day off for the first time in 10 years. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Danny A (mx) wrote: I accidentally saw this one first but found it very charming and fun to watch. I'll check out the original one next.
Ruhan R (au) wrote: Flashbacks of a Fool proved to be a half-decent drama. The script was nothing overwhelming, but it bore some good messages regarding innocence and sin and how they relate to one's character. I appreciated how the film featured just one long flashback rather than multiple ones splitting the movie up. Daniel Craig isn't one of my favourite performers but he wasn't too bad in this movie. The rest of the cast was satisfactory, but I thought that Jodhi May's performance was pretty damn good. The dialogue was a bit plain, none of the lines really stood out to me. Overall I'd say it's nothing special but it's not complete rubbish.
Patricia M (gb) wrote: I'm surprised by the low rating. Yes, some plot twists were a little over the top, but something like that could happen in a small town. I thought Phoenix and Ruffalo's performances were great, the best I'd seen from these two actors in the movies in which I've seen them. I enjoyed this movie very much and I'm very picky about movies I've seen.
Lauri Ailane (jp) wrote: Even though Jason London was in this one I didn't seem to enjoy it as much as Dracula 2000. I thought it was a bit dry on the story line. So no on a Fav.
Brian H (us) wrote: Very beautiful film! The typical tone of Jia Zhang-ke (if you don't find it boring) with lots of message in slow shots. Down-to-earth as usual and nothing fancy about it, it is a slow shot of the quick changing world.
Private U (kr) wrote: i promise you will piss ur pants laughing
Kent B (kr) wrote: Such a great 80's film.
Train M (de) wrote: /B/ What a wacky movie.
Naoya K (es) wrote: W can see the completion of Western genre in this movie.
Carl J (fr) wrote: Edward G. Robinson plays against type, Joan Bennett plays a slightly horrible floozy, and Dan Duryea plays a heel. There's some improbable art, a dead detective whose body was never found, and a LOT of shadows from window signs. Also, glass pocket doors and transoms. Lots of transoms. How can you go wrong? This movie still holds up.
Cedric L (fr) wrote: The actors do a good job but some plot holes are too obvious to be ignored.
Lanky Man P (mx) wrote: Diner is one those films that doesn't really have the greatest picture, but it has the dialog to make it a great feature.
Connor H (es) wrote: I was a really good movie, Great sequel.
Louisa M (fr) wrote: James Franco is the new generation's Nicolas Cage. Even if a movie isn't great, you can bet it will at least be interesting if Franco is attached. "The Adderall Diaries," based on the bestselling memoir by author Stephen Elliott, isn't just interesting - it's also really good.I've never read any of Elliott's books so I don't know how the film will play to an audience of his readers and fans, but you obviously don't need to be familiar with the source material to enjoy this movie. I knew nothing of the man going into the theater but I loved it. The story revolves one man's struggle with his past (and current) demons, featuring everything from a bizarre love story to an obsession with a real-life murder trial. It goes without saying that James Franco is perfect for the role. He is one of the few young actors that can pull off a scraggly, damaged literary badass with daddy issues with an air of ultimate believability. Even in his sex scenes (some of which are approaching masochistic levels), Franco looks totally at ease and at home. Nothing feels false in his performance, and that's an impressive achievement.The story of a drug addicted troubled writer is one I've seen many, many times, but what could've (or perhaps should've) been another mundane and laborious exploration of creative struggles was given an upgrade largely due to the convincing and talented supporting cast (Cynthia Nixon, Amber Heard, Christian Slater, Ed Harris and Jim Parrack) and the provocative visual style of director Pamela Romanowsky. Everything about the film's look and feel worked for me (the film's tone reminded me of one of my all-time favorite Franco vehicles, which ranked at #3 on my Top 10 Best list in 2013, "Spring Breakers").Romanowsky has a clear, original artistic vision which materializes through unexpected camera angles, dreamy flashbacks, cool graphics that incorporate Elliott's written words, and limited use of a musical score. She excels in presenting the author's muddled memories about childhood loss, parental abuse, homelessness and drug addiction - memories that, over the course of the film, become even more twisted within his own fiction. This is some truly inspired and complex direction, and I can't wait to see what she does next."The Adderall Diaries" isn't for everybody but if you are a fan of independent film, enjoy contemporary visual styles or are simply a casual moviegoer who loves a challenge, check it out. A SCREEN ZEALOTS REVIEW