Bold Native

Bold Native

Charlie Cranehill, an animal liberator wanted for domestic terrorism, emerges from the underground to coordinate a nationwide action as his estranged CEO father tries to find him before the FBI does.

Charlie Cranehill, an animal liberator wanted for domestic terrorism, emerges from the underground to coordinate a nationwide action as his estranged CEO father tries to find him before the FBI does. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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kristen g (ru) wrote: Loved it. From a born-again christian perspective, it was an amazing movie - showing fathers stepping into their God-given role as protectors and providers of their families (although not all of the characters started that way and one was revealed as a hypocrite who talked the talk but didn't walk the walk and ultimately his family suffered because of his sin of selfishness/pride/lawbreaking.)

craig m (gb) wrote: cheesie acting but that makes a good horror the make up and special affects were pretty good for a budget film, i was suprised by this movie its not to bad

Ercides R (it) wrote: O filme em si no (C) ruim, mas peca por antes da metade o desfecho ficar evidente.

Andrew G (ag) wrote: It's stupid. But funny. What else matters!?

Mark A (gb) wrote: A highly emotional look at three sisters dealing with the impending death of their alcoholic mother, while repairing their relationships with each other and with their past. Terrific acting on the part of all concerned. Agnes (Molly Parker) seems to have sustained the most damage, and has developed strong coping skills while living away, in Toronto. Theresa (Rebecca Jenkins) is the older sister who remained behind and feels responsible for what remnants of their former life can still be found. Louise (Stacy Smith) is the youngest sister, who seems strangely detached from life and has difficulty connecting to those around her. Parker is spectacular and raises the stakes, causing the performances of all three to resonate believably well together. There is harmony in the performances, even as the dissonance of their past keeps making an appearance. The rural, Canadian seacoast scenery creates the atmosphere against which this plays out. Strong direction gave the viewer enough information concerning the past to make the interactions believable without revealing too much. Rather than serving it all up on a platter, one has to dig in to find the nuggets that lead to understanding. But the viewer is rewarded with a film that will lift the spirits as well as evoke a strong reaction to what brought these women to this place.

Constantine Y (us) wrote: How did I miss that!!

Sean D (es) wrote: LOL this movie takes me back, I love it as a kid

Dave H (ca) wrote: Not particularly scary for horror movie aficionados , but it wasn't mean to be. This is gentle thriller, if such things exist, kinda a cross between Hitchcock and Spielberg. I've watched multiple audiences jump out of their seats at various jump scenes, but this is mostly a fun, character-based mystery thriller designed to build suspense and provide a lot of chuckles rather than leave one feeling terrified. Marshall was a long-term producer of Spielberg's when he first tried directing with this, and while his technical skill and visual sense is very generic compared to SS, one area where he compares favourably (arguably even tops) the master is the casting and the character work. Apart from an overly-long/indulgent scientific prologue (which actually presages Jurassic Park in some ways), once the film hits Canima, the character work excels - even the minor roles are fleshed out with snips of dialogue and background detail and all brilliantly performed. Goodman gets the most laughs, but Daniels holds the entire thing together like the pro he has always been. This film is wry, funny, fun, a little suspenseful, and endlessly rewatchable. Great monster mash.

Jose Miguel G (br) wrote: Great visuals mixed perfectly with a stunning score made this remake a stand alone film by itself, even with the lack of suspense and horror.

Weul S (au) wrote: On the eve only 2 are leaving for college, 4 friends have an amazing night of love and life in pre-Vietnam America, chock full of rock & roll and classic cars.

James H (it) wrote: The best and the funniest of the Bob Hope and Bing Crosby "Road" series. Highly entertaining and immensely enjoyable. There are frequent laugh out loud moments. Bob Hope is at his best. A great comedy.