When Lara lost her husband of five months, she didn't think she could go on living, much less love again. Now, seven months later, Lara is still in mourning. Every time a loved one died, someone else was there to cushion the blow. When her mother followed six years later, there was the rest of the family. But when her husband died, no one could offer any consolation - not her siblings, not her in-laws, not her friends. Not only was he the love of her life, he had also become her life. It would have been better if she died with him. In the meantime, her business -has taken a nosedive. She's also deep in debt with her unpaid condo and car mortgages. With all her predicament, how would Oliver and Chris figure in her life? Will she finally move on?
Writer:Vanessa R. Valdez (story and screenplay), Jacqueline Franquelli (story and screenplay)
When Lara (Bea Alonzo) lost her husband of five months, she didn't think she could go on living, much less love again. Now, seven months later, Lara is still in mourning. Every time a loved one died, someone else was there to cushion the blow. When her mother followed six years later, there was the rest of the family. But when her husband died, no one could offer any consolation - not her siblings, not her in-laws, not her friends. Not only was he the love of her life, he had also become her life. It would have been better if she died with him. In the meantime, her business -has taken a nosedive. She's also deep in debt with her unpaid condo and car mortgages. With all her predicament, how would Oliver (Derek Ramsay) and Chris (Sam Milby) figure in her life? Will she finally move on? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Justin T (ag) wrote: A provocative look at the lives of post young adult hooligans. Beautiful and succinct.
Janette R (ag) wrote: A depressing movie where three ladies experience sadness and make poor life choices. They seam to bond over flowers, death, philosophical ponderings and writing.
Justin A (ca) wrote: They took a concept that could maybe fill 20 minutes and somehow stretched it into a feature length movie. I'll give them credit, they kept it interesting enough to make it to the finish line, but there were some stumbles along the way.As a slasher movie it has plenty of gimmicks to make it worthwhile. It's one of the few holiday slashers AND it has a unique setting. There are some nice kills and a couple particular moments that are bloody and gory, so it's satisfying enough for horror fans.My issues with this movie start with the basic concept though. Being stuck in a parking garage with a stalker is one of the most terrifying thoughts. However, what makes that idea scary is that it would be some violent, homeless man or someone who snuck into the garage to prey on helpless women going to their cars. It's far less scary when there is this convoluted plot involving a security guard who is infatuated with a particular female victim. It takes you out of movie when it becomes less "this can happen to anyone".I understand why the screenwriters decided to make the killer the security guard instead of just some random psychopath on the loose. With it being the security guard they were able to stretch the material out way further with filler dialogue scenes early in the movie and it allowed them to slow down the movie later with the scene with the cops.I've given positive ratings to lesser slasher movies from the 80s just because they were able to be interesting on gimmicks alone. For that reason, I have to give P2 a semi-positive rating. If this movie were made in the early 80s it would be a favorite among slasher fans for its setting and bloodshed alone. It was nothing special, but it's worth a look for fans of this genre.
ashley M (it) wrote: This movie is wow! It all makes sense in the end!
Collin P (au) wrote: A very intense thriller featuring fantastic performances and a pretty accurate fact based tale.
Kyle Y (nl) wrote: An f'in weird movie to say the least. Within the first few minutes you know it's garbage
Tyler S (kr) wrote: A silly futuristic film that featured dumb costumes, and even stupider dialogue. its set in the future and Stallone is the main law man. The movie just fails to pack any kind of significant punch. I didn't take this movie seriously in any way.
Miguel A (de) wrote: Documentrio de performance genuno e sem qualquer vergonha de ser puramente americano encontra os seus melhores momentos na folk e tropea noutros mais chatos quando se aproxima da country. A naturalidade e alma de Townes Van Zandt e Larry Jon Wilson salvam-no de ser arruinado por um monstro foleiro chamado David Allan Coe.
Daniel J (br) wrote: to heroic character's collide.
Gail J (au) wrote: This is very well acted - hilarious, heart-tugging, with the most unusual assortment of characters (pricelessly portrayed) and a great keep-you-guessing plot. Like a gangster Cinderella story, but more fun than any fairy-tale!
JamesMasaki R (es) wrote: Spanning the years between the first World War to the second World War, Noel Coward's story of a middle class English family between the tumultuous times. Union strikes, social awakening are obvious backdrops, but the loss of family, the rebellion of the daughter, are the heartbreaking moments that make things last. A very good film, but obviously not the best David Lean film.
Christopher B (es) wrote: Great story. Would definitely recommend.
Matt G (br) wrote: A couple of the other Tinker Bell movies were surprisingly fun and engaging little stories with lots of great character ("Tinker Bell", "The Legend of the Neverbeast"). "The Lost Treasure", however, is more what one would expect from these fairy tales: Super light fluff and lazy humor with a complete lack of narrative heft. Not to mention, Tinker is a straight-up butthole for most of the movie. Still some cool world building, but nowhere near as good as the best of the series.
Joseph M (fr) wrote: This movie was awesome. Critics couldn't be more wrong. Great cast, fun plot, hilarious movie. Think Zombieland meets American Pie. There's zombies, vampires, aliens, werewolves... I've said too much. See this movie!
Abdullah Y (kr) wrote: This film is so awful that I am actually enjoying it a great deal
Scott M (ag) wrote: was quite good. enjoyed the usual twist who done it at end a fuck me i thought it was someone else. kids enjoyed it too good wee family movie.