Butterbox Babies

Butterbox Babies

A couple operates a shady maternity home in 1930s/1940s Nova Scotia. Based on a true story.

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soul r (es) wrote: supremely intelectually humorous. great movie

Buggy B (nl) wrote: This was heartbreaking and super well done for a made-for-TV movie. It's a true story following a happy couple who were pregnant with their first child when just before their due date, they learned that their baby had died and will be stillborn. Return To Zero follows that couple through the devastating grief that follows.The pain is palpable, raw, and so well shown in its many forms (denial, anger, alcohol abuse) along with how family and friends don't always know the right things to say. In a last ditch effort to save their marriage (and ignore the Holiday season) they take a trip to Vegas which leaves them facing the terrifying prospect of another pregnancy. There's an excellent extended cast here along with Minnie Driver who is absolutely fantastic as Maggie. 6/18/14

Federico F (kr) wrote: Behind the scenes a colossal staff to create a mythological character, to create an excellent movie that you can watch

Stephan S (kr) wrote: If you haven't seen it, which I know you haven't, find it!

John R (it) wrote: 140111: Enjoyed this film quite a bit except...still can't figure out Keanu Reeves' appeal. I don't think I've ever seen a movie I've enjoyed him in. Made me seek out the story behind these events.

Jeff R (de) wrote: Jeff Speakman brought true skill and charisma to this film. His veteran martial arts skill really shines on screen and the fight choreography was absolutely stellar. Story is pretty generic, but the acting really wasn't half bad and the film did a perfect job of introducing the methodology and teachings of Kenpo. A must have in my book for any martial arts enthusiast.

Carolyn G (us) wrote: A cute little movie with a stellar cast that spawned a lot of great stars. Watching it again 25 years after it's release, it still holds up well. Some themes never die!

David B (us) wrote: The story of Hollwood star Frances Farmer who refused to let the industry control her and paid the price through a mental breakdown. There is also a love story and some time spent on the troubled relationship she had with her mother. Jessica Lange received an AA for this and she is truly brilliant. Kim Stanley is totally believable as her mother. The score by John Barry is probably his most beautiful. Recommenrded

Felipe F (kr) wrote: Mildred Pierce is a neo-noir classic that despite adding some questionable plot lines over its source material, benefits from Joan Crawford's legendary performance in the title role.

KC T (de) wrote: This movie is the original Frozen but better. Not sure why it's not 90% on rotten tomatoes

Nathan W (de) wrote: Brilliant and beautiful, very different to your usual love stories. As soon as I started watching this for some reason I had a feeling I was going to enjoy it, Joaquin Phoenix is great in this, highly recommend watching it.

Evan H (fr) wrote: The most depressing movie I've ever seen.

Terry G (ru) wrote: The film is a beautiful ... and very stretched thin ... metaphor. But Ewen is always delightful, and I never felt we we swimming upstream. So the rather obvious flow just keeps us the orchestrated, but a tad miraculous, journey.

Gregory S (es) wrote: This is a horror-comedy, people! You're supposed to laugh at it! Why do people hate on this movie so much?

Ethan H (nl) wrote: Never have the words 'think before you act' been so true.

Muhammed S (de) wrote: A genuinely creeping ending to this movie, its not fast paced and heart pounding but it does the trick. A younger audience may not appreciate it but , it is a good watch. A good late night suspense haunted house horror watch. A must see for horror buffs.

Gene A (mx) wrote: Solid Story. Characters are Real .Keeps you on the edge of your seat. More Mental than physical action.