A recounting of Jack Kerouac's (here known by the name of his fictional alter-ego Jack Duluoz) three sojourns to the cabin in Big Sur, owned by poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Big Sur is a film adaptation of the Jack Kerouac autobiographical novel of the same name.
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Joseph L (de) wrote: Toy Story for idiots.
Julian M (nl) wrote: wow..teenage bank heist maybe should be a lifetime movie..but then again with the femenist writers or script and so predictible..a father is kidnapped..his daughter and her friends risk all to save him from mexican drug cartels..every male in this movie is dumb and can't protect himself and or mean to woman..and every femal smart and loyal and tough as nails in leadership position?..and mother is nuturing and loyal to daughter and friends even if they do bank heist and or kill?...its what. this nation has become with the jodi arias trial and casey Anthony trial and teenage bank heist the movie!this movie is what the child support system and women right to abort child freely and at will..and as fbi agent at the end lets all woman go..and kills mexicans and sets them up for a crime they did not commit?..and the racial overtone?
Andrew S (it) wrote: A guilty pleasure movie to the max.
Alejandro L (ca) wrote: Tener a Jennifer Aniston no le alcanza a la pelicula, a la historia le falta credibilidad, es demasiado simple su argumento.
Anne F (fr) wrote: "Oh what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive". Marital infidelity and a hit and run death, the lies that are told as a result of this and the effect on the lives of those around the liars form the basis of this story. Tom Wilkinson was brilliant, the end of the film wasn't.
Garwin S (au) wrote: Another winner from Zhang Yimou. A Chinese cinema verite' the the same style as "The Story of Qiu Ju", but this time highlighting the poverty of modern rural China as told through the eyes of a novice primary school teacher. Very moving and effective.
Jiarn V (nl) wrote: Wow, this film had everything. The action, the humour, the soundtrack. I watched this as a Cult Classics night for the first time this year. What a pleasant surprise. This is absolutely Kurt Russell at his finest. If you haven't seen this, I'd highly recommend it.
Evan K (ca) wrote: Some Good Parts In This. But It's Hard To Gauge Without Knowing Eisenstein's True Vision For The Film. Great Score As Well.
Art S (fr) wrote: Post-accident Montgomery Clift (a little less sure of himself) is a government man working for the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1930s and charged with buying up properties that will be underwater when the new dam is built. One old matriarch on an island (played by Jo Van Fleet in old age make-up) refuses to move (along with her family and the black folks that work their land). Clift has a devil of a time but finds support from Lee Remick the widowed granddaughter who has two small kids and seeks an exit from her grief and the island. Her fianc isn't so keen on Clift stepping in, but he is basically decent whereas the rest of the town is full of racist lugheads who don't like outsiders. All this method acting, directed by Elia Kazan, usually involves some huffing and puffing but Clift keeps it low key (and mainly internalized). Well-realized period piece where the "period" feels natural and not affected.