Twelve year old Marcus Brewer lives with his chronically depressed single mother, Fiona Brewer. Both Fiona and Marcus beat to their own respective drummers. Marcus will do whatever he can to make his depressed mother happy, even if it causes himself grief. As such, he realizes that he is perceived as different than most kids, as even the self-professed weird kids don't want to hang out with him as he is the target of bullying. Part of the taunts against him are the fact that he sings and speaks to himself without even realizing that he is doing it. Meanwhile, thirty-eight year old Will Freeman is a slacker who has lived comfortably off the royalties of a song . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jona S (it) wrote: Great visuals, but really cheesy dialogue. Just FYI to those who are interested: This is a documentary about dinosaurs, so don't get too excited! (Hey, dinosaurs are still awesome, am I right?) could have been better btw
Quincy J (ag) wrote: Basic in its form but sick and disturbing to very the very root. It delivers a special type of horror thats hard to for get. You may never eat dumplings again after this.
Alex P (ru) wrote: Somebody blacklisted Wesley Snipes somewhere along the line, and I say that stinks. "Unstoppable" is an effective and creative little genre thriller, cursed with a terrible fucking title. Snipes is solid, and Stuart Wilson (the baddie from "No Escape" and "Lethal Weapon 3") does good work as the crooked agent villain. All in all, if you're a Snipes fan, you could do a lot worse.
Julien S (de) wrote: Much better than the french remake
Mrs Laura R (gb) wrote: I had never seen it?
Rebecca W (gb) wrote: I did not realize that this was a true story until the very end of he film. This movie was time well-spent.
Mark B (nl) wrote: hey its the kid from the movie "blank check"i think he should of asked for a blank check to star in this hunk of turd
The N (br) wrote: ni parecida al libro
John T (es) wrote: Scary, well-made British chiller filmed in atmospheric black & white. It is based on the short novel, The Conjure Wife, by Fritz Leiber. Originally released as Night of the Eagle in the U.K., Burn Witch Burn was screen written by Twilight Zone contributors Charles Beaumont and Richard Matheson, so watch out for their trademark punch line ending. The wife of a college professor practices witchcraft and believes it is responsible for her husband's good luck, But when a real witch on campus starts casting spells, it sets off a chain of events that spiral out of control for all involved. The first thirty minutes basically builds up the evils that could come from throwing away witchcraft items and the director really makes you anticipate what's going to happen once the husband does get rid of the items. The second portion of the film we basically see the downfall and I thought these scenes managed to be quite creepy and highly effective. The sequence at the end with the eagle contained some very good suspense and the director perfectly selected how much of the it we should see. The acting is great all around. Peter Wyngarde is very effective as the college professor who struggles to rationalize all the bad things happening to him. Janet Blair is equally as good as his wife Tansy, who goes to extremes to protect her husband's career. Her sacrifice at one point in the movie is actually very moving. And I'll never forget Margaret Johnston--that woman was EVIL. With a great direction, excellent cast having a superb performance and a tight screenplay, this movie may be considered a classic in the genre. This is a really excellent black and white horror thriller with an engaging story and some really creepy moments. The production values are excellent, the acting is very good, and the story and script are both top-notch. Plenty of twists, even if the identity of the villain is a bit obvious; there is enough tension to really keep you on the edge of your seat.
John M (gb) wrote: Low budget, low quality