Being Flynn

Being Flynn

During his twenties, a young man works at various homeless shelters in Boston, where he often intersects with his brilliant but troubled father.

Nick Flynn is a young man Works in a homeless shelter. After 18 years, He meet again his father out of the blue. He confront many troubles to heal a rift. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rick S (ru) wrote: Great Doc on Lovecraft. I finally got around to seeing this and it is great. Any fan of H.P. Lovecraft will love this. Some extremely insightful comments from the likes of Carpenter, Gaiman, Guillermo del Toro and many more. A must see for any fans of H.P.

bill b (mx) wrote: interesting filmgood actingbut nothing new in the story.

August S (ca) wrote: A perfect comedy and family drama all at the same time that does not tell a very intriguing story, but also specifically portrays Japan with realism.

Hannah M (us) wrote: It's hard to watch this light and fluffy musical and not smile. It's such a good-natured, pleasant show. There's nothing here that makes it stand out as a thing of brilliance, but it's quite enjoyable. This is a fantastic cast, as well... I particularly enjoyed Denis O'Hare's portrayal of the awkward but sweet Prince Dauntless. Carol Burnett gets to return to this show, where she once originated the role of Princess Fred, but this time around she gets to breathe life into the difficult Queen Aggravain. Very fun family-friendly musical about living happily ever after.

Conrad M (ag) wrote: though i didn't consider this as great acting from any of these ladies, i do like the film in its entirety...very well made, a cohesive story, a captivating plot...a great comedic piece... i am actually quite proud... and i had no idea it was such a big chinese tradition to have "cryers" in a funeral...

Ivan W (ca) wrote: Are you serious? usually actor makes movies looks bad, this movie makes actors look bad.... No star saw this on my friends USB, wasted my time and disk space.

Ingela A (jp) wrote: Lantana is a fine film thanks to the sure direction of Ray Lawrence and the fine script by Andrew Bovell. This was certainly a nice surprise coming from Australia, which has given us a great many interesting films. Set in Australia, a colorful pallet of characters paints a vivid, coherent psychological portrait of infidelity, deceit, and estrangement. At the center of the film is four couples, immersed in guilt and depravity for different reasons. Everybody has something to hide. The conflicts of these people illuminate the personal crisis of a police detective (Anthony LaPaglia) as he investigates the disappearance of a local woman. The cast is uniformly excellent although LaPaglia stands out because of his most demanding role. His performance is one of the best I have seen in recent years. Lantana" is one of the most compelling, involving films I have seen. It's based on a play called "Speaking in Tongues" by Andrew Bovell, who also wrote the fluid screenplay. I want to see this play. If these characters feel so alive, so real, so tormented on screen, think of their power in person.

Chris S (es) wrote: A raw and powerful flick.

Rick L (it) wrote: Better than expected.

hassan o (ca) wrote: thfghfghfghearydfhfdgh

patrick M (ca) wrote: Coffy is a bad mothafucka and i love her for that, coffy is a fun film that guarantees a good time.

SAM L (fr) wrote: One of Michael Landons 1st movies

Erik W (au) wrote: A fairly good movie although a bit slow in some parts. Gregory Peck was definately not at his best in this film. I personally would have chosen Laurence Olivier for the role of King David because it just seemed to me that would have been perfect for him. Leon Shamroy does well with the cinematography because Cinemascope was revealed in 1953. Well scored by Alfred Newman.

Panayiota K (mx) wrote: The definition of romantic comedy. So funny and sweet. The ending alone can fuck you up! Today's movies suck, so full of cliches.

Sam K (it) wrote: I hated everything about Jamie Foxx's role, but Gerard Butler was amazing as usual.