A young man tries to revive his parents' wilting marriage in a unique manner - travel to the 1970s when their romance was budding and make it bloom. This is more complex than he expects. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young man tries to revive his parents' wilting marriage in a unique manner - travel to the 1970s when their romance was budding and make it bloom. This is more complex than he expects.
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S Ryan H (nl) wrote: There are few movies that I consider to have changed me after watching them. Lawrence of Arabia, To Kill a Mockingbird, and others like them left me with a desire to become a better person. Ghost Shark is one of those movies. Don't miss this one!
Matt L (mx) wrote: This is more like a crappy dope-induced idea for the Disney Channel, than a theatrical children's film.
Kevin K (gb) wrote: Cusack holds it together for the most part, but this movie has so many manipulative, tear inducing devices you'd think it was sponsored by Kleenex.
Ian C (ru) wrote: Good fun. Not as much kick ass, as I would have liked but a decent action flick. A serious twitch off Lela Rochon.
Matthew D (au) wrote: The first hour is such madcap fun performed which such conviction and with inventive imagery that it's easy to forgive its lack of narrative, if it's directionless, so what? It's a drug trip on screen. By the second hour, however, things start wear thin and there's a massive come down in entertainment and interest.
F B (jp) wrote: Way too complex for me. Shame the film wasn't as simple as the title would suggest
Britt F (fr) wrote: Amazing performance from Natalie Wood. The movie was controversial and intense for it's time. I wish however, the ending wouldn't have happened so fast.
Tracy F (jp) wrote: Can't believe I'm just watching this movie. All-star cast. Movie is fantastic with twists and turns around every corner.
Andrew M (nl) wrote: 8 Mile is about as far away from genre-changing or inventive as you can get, but it's, surprisingly, a worthwhile film. The film tells the familiar tale of an underdog living a hard life who rises to the occasion when faced with a life-changing challenge, but not without countless obstacles in his/her way. This time, instead of it being a shot at the heavyweight title (Rocky), or a shot at finally playing for a football team (Rudy), or coming from the slums to win millions on a game show (Slumdog Millionaire), the film covers the rise of an aspiring rapper. As you can see, this plot has been done countless times before, and is completely predictable for the most part; the ending is a nice change of pace, however, culminating in a tense rap battle that doesn't end quite as expected. Yet, somehow, the film retains resonance and impact. Much of that impact is likely due to the performances, all of which are really great. Director Curtis Hanson's direction is subtle and personal, and really allows you to become invested in this story and these characters. For a first time actor (excluding an appearance in The Wash), Eminem makes for a surprisingly compelling lead, with a lot of heart and soul put into his performance. It probably helps that the role is semi-biographical, so he's given plenty of inspiration to draw from. The other performance worth mentioning is Kim Basinger as B-Rabbit's mother, who manages to tread the line of being a loving mother and an exhausted mother. Brittany Murphy and Michael Shannon also co-star, and give good performances too. All in all, in spite of its familiarity, 8 Mile is a worthwhile watch for any Eminem fan, or rap fan, or fan of underdog stories. This tale has enough strong elements to make up for its narrative shortcomings. The climax alone is worth it.
Thomas B (it) wrote: This true story moves really slow. Especially in the first half of the film. Great cast and good acting isn't enough to carry this film. Not that bad of a movie and yet not to good of a movie ether.