Another Harvest Moon

Another Harvest Moon

Another Harvest Moon is a tender drama about four elderly Americans coping with life in a nursing home. FRANK, ELLA, ALICE and JUNE gather each morning for a game of cards. They have become a family to one another, offering unyielding support, constant bickering and strong opinions about life, death and everything in between.

Elderly dementia patient must decide whether to leave this world under his own conditions before he loses his dignity or give in to his loving supportive family and nursing home roommates' appeals to fight on and risk losing it. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Another Harvest Moon torrent reviews

Jennie R (ag) wrote: Should be titled "Christmas Stupid". This makes a very lame attempt to be another rendition of "The Christmas Carol". While Sloane is supposed to be a nasty self absorbed Scrooge, she really isn't. She makes a couple of bad choices sure, but never did I think she was in need of the Three Ghosts treatment. Christina Milian overacts and for being an ABC Family movie, I thought her chest/cleavage was a bit too much for the family crowd.

Sol C (kr) wrote: The film wasn't as bad as I thought it was gonna be. The film did need a rewrite. It is trying to be like Legally Blonde, but it's not. The ending reminded me of the ending of Working Girl. The film did have some good funny moments in it. I thought Scott Marshall did an ok job directing. He did a much better job on the comedy Keeping Up with the Steins.Acting wise, Jessica Simpson was better here than in Private Valentine. Her best performance in a film so far, has been Employee of the Month. Hopefully she will get a good film role that fits her. Luke Wilson was ok, but reminded me of his Legally Blonde character. Penelope Ann Miller, Andy Dick, and Larry Miller do a good job in their supporting roles. It was great seeing Penny Marshall make an appearance in the film.

keith w (ca) wrote: awful filmcrap fight scenesno story

Mark B (it) wrote: Too many times, I have been somewhat disappointed by a so-called old school classic movie that I finally get around to watching. Then there are those rare moments where I stumble across a film I've never heard of, and I come away pleasantly surprised. Time Limit, directed by Karl Malden and starring Richard Widmark, Rip Torn, and Richard Basehart, falls into the latter group. While a little heavy on the dialog, it's a fine film that deserves more notoriety. Widmark stars as a Colonel Edwards, who must decide whether Major Cargill, played by Basehart, should be court marshaled for treason for his unpatriotic deeds while in a Korean War POW camp. Other significant players are Rip Torn as one of his accusers, Carl Benton Reid as Edwards' superior, and Dolores Michaels as the stunning Corporal Evans. June Lockhart has a single scene as Cargill's troubled wife. Martin Balsam gets plenty of face time as the needling Sergeant Baker. No need to give away the particulars of the case and partially ruin the movie, but it will be suffice to say that there are a couple of twists and turns that you half expect are coming, but they should provide plenty of surprise nonetheless. This film compares favorably to the similar but more highly regarded Stalag 17. I only wish we had more insight into the events inside the camp. Most of the film, in fact, takes place inside Colonel Edwards' office. What we do see of the POW camp is certainly more realistic and gritty then what we got in the Stalag film. Time Limit is a little heavy on the melodramatic dialog, but it is compelling, thought provoking material. The dialog, however, might have carried more weight if we had a little less of it, and more substantial scenes from inside that camp.

Curtis L (br) wrote: Your typical thriller. One of those see it or not movies, it won't change your life either way.

Jordan J (fr) wrote: Come on it wasn't this bad . It was the best they could do . Actually it could've been better.

Bruno C (de) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time, perfect acting and perfect directing.