Best: His Mother's Son
Best – His Mother’s Son (BBC Two) was a gloomy drama about Ann Best, mother of George, who was strictly teetotal until her mid-40s, when she had her first sip of sherry to celebrate her son’s footballing success. Ten years later, she was dead from alcoholism-related heart disease. The recreation of late-Sixties Belfast was accurate and, thank goodness, intelligently subdued: no comedy Ulster accents and no point-scoring subplot about the Troubles.
- Stars:Lorcan Cranitch, Luke de Woolfson, Laurence Doherty, Laura Donnelly, James Doran, Richard Dormer, Michelle Fairley, Michèle Forbes, Annemarie Gaillard, Stephen Hagan, Lisa Hogg, Paul Kennedy, Des McAleer, Niamh McGrady, Joanna Nixon,
- Director:Colin Barr,
- Writer:Terry Cafolla
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Best: His Mother's Son torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: It's not really Paul Westerberg, but you'll swear it is.
(nl) wrote: Primal, moving, has heart, and not the end I expected. This is a sound film and a good effort. The action sequences were done as well as they could have been on what seemed like a lower budget but they manage very well. Its more realistic than anything I would say, it isnt gladiator, its more like a news reporter filming real events. You wont see elaborate constructed shots but just chaos...I recommend
(au) wrote: Thought-provoking three-hander on fidelity would be better as a play. Cinematically it's a tad inert and the dialogue a little too grad-school-cute.
(nl) wrote: The Master of Suspense's first of two horror films was a game changer, and took horror, made it HORROR, and even produced a new genre, slasher.
(es) wrote: I really like Doris Day as a singer, and quite enjoyed this. Unfortunately I missed bits of it towards the end when I went to sleep, but that wasn't because I found it boring.
(nl) wrote: This kind of set the bar for 80's teen movies. Which might explain why most of them are so flat.