Call Me Malcolm
Call Me Malcolm is an amazing story of the human spirit and God's spirit, and the liberating struggle to realize and express with confidence the marvelous gift of one's truest sense of self. As Malcolm shares his own story and through the stories of others we meet, Call Me Malcolm offers us a glimpse into the real lives of real people who are transgender. But it is only a glimpse. There are many stories to be told and Malcolm helps us make connections to our own stories, encouraging us to share them. That can seem daunting in a culture which has done more to heap shame on persons who identify as transgender. The good news of Malcolm's story is the way in which shame and fear are overcome by grace, compassion and knowledge. Viewers cannot help but come to a deeper understanding of faith, love, and gender identity, and by doing so, arrive at a deeper understanding of their own journey.
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Call Me Malcolm torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: New Zealand slackers vs Zombies (DVD)
(es) wrote: Irreverent, modern day retelling of the classic Devdas story, with shocks to spare, but engaging as hell.
(br) wrote: : cherry cherry boom boom.
(us) wrote: I can understand why it won Best Foreign Film. This movie about a Lebanese boy is what war film fans have been looking for.
(de) wrote: The idea may be a bit intriguing, but the execution falls way beyond short. The death scenes which are what the series is most iconic for are very lacking. I understand they beefed them up for squeals, but I can't imagine why they would since this movie is so underwhelming. And the acting, the acting in this is atrocious. No one delivers a believable or motivated performance. It is the text book definition of bland acting, not caring in the slightest. I thought the original would be better than the sequels, yet somehow it may be worse. What a waste.
(jp) wrote: Eddie: Sam this man is in the mafia, he's not going to let us off the hook if we give him a fucking basket of sundry goodsSam: Oh, but he's in the Jewish mafia, I'm sure that's more of like a club than a criminal organization An overall charming film that is very flawed do to its style, but the great cast and moments of inspired hilarity make it all worth it.Sam Rockwell and Steve Zahn play unsuccessful singers mistaken for two expert safe crackers (actually played by Mark Ruffalo and Josh Pais). They are forcefully brought in by a mobster, Veal Chop played by Paul Giamatti, and forced to pull a number of safe cracking jobs for Jewish mob boss, Big Fat Bernie Gayle played by Michael Lerner (who seems like he's going to have a heart attack in every scene). During this time, Rockwell's character falls in love with the daughter of one of the men who is supposed to be being robbed by them.There is a lot of plot, but its not really confusing because the movie exists in a world that is way to quirky for its own good. Sure its a comedy, but the way the people exist in this world is way to precious. The conversations walk a very fine line between being funny and going overboard in stylization.All of this being said, the cast is quite good. Rockwell, always solid, plays the awkward lead very well. Zahn is a bit dialed down from other, funnier characters he has played. Giamatti was probably my favorite character in this movie, as he actually had some layers. Ruffalo plays a lovable loser type, despite being a crook with emotional problems. Then you have Harvey Fierstein in a movie where he doesn't play an openly gay man.Its a very lighthearted crime comedy that certainly means well and scores few originality points, but pushes its charm way to hard to be better.Sam: Sweet 'stache.Frank: Thanks, bro.
(fr) wrote: a different twist about snow white
(mx) wrote: Great fun movie. Good watch. De Niro is at his best. Story is quite comical and interesting. Screen production is good despite the age and I would recommend this movie for people who like such movies.
(nl) wrote: Its listed as horror, but to be honest it really wasn't horror at all IMO. Still a pretty good film tho.
(ru) wrote: A good mystery with a few loose ends. Religious undertone appropriate for the characters was not obnoxious. Good acting.
(ca) wrote: Fun! Busby Berkeley! What more do you need?
(gb) wrote: Tim Burton would seem like the perfect person to direct an adaption of Washington Irving's "the Legend of Sleepy Hollow". He gets much of the visuals right, but Mr. Burton has often times delivered on the look of his films. He tends to blow it on the story. Her he massacres the classic tale, completely changing the plot and stripping away the meanings behind the original tale. Shame on him! Not only is the result disappointing, but it is also maddening.
(ag) wrote: Sometimes, it's ok to like a dumb movie if you makes you laugh enough.
(ru) wrote: The inherent goodness present in the central plot is what makes this apocalyptic drama worth a watch. Performances are even. The ending is a clich but a well-executed one.
(ag) wrote: It's a good mindless, action movie. Not the best acting and the practical effects haven't aged well but it is fun.
(nl) wrote: very different from what I was excepting but Taylor was great
(gb) wrote: Jonathan Demme got story credit on this one and did the same thing he did with "Angels Hard as They Come". In that one he took the story from "Rashmon" and put it into a biker film. In "Black Mama, White Mama" he took the story from "The Defiant Ones" and put it into a women in prison film. Not the worst of it's kind but it's not the best either.
(es) wrote: You put him in a situation that threatened violence The heavyweight boxing champion of the world has been sent to jail after being found guilty of rape. Within the jail there are ongoing boxing events where an infamous boxing amateur holds the current title. Shortly after the champion's arrival, an inmate with mob ties sets up a boxing match between the champion and the amateur. Who will win this hotly contested event? "I don't want nobody to talk to me unless I talk to them." Walter Hill, director of Trespass, Last Man Standing, Supernova, Johnny Handsome, Wild Bill, 48 hrs., Another 48 Hrs, Red Heat, Brewster's Millions, The Warriors, and Southern Comfort, delivers Undisputed. The storyline for this picture is okay and nothing special overall. The fight sequences are fairly decent and the acting was mediocre even for the genre. The cast includes Wesley Snipes, Ving Rhames, Peter Falk, Michael Rooker, and Ed Lover. "Some women like it rough. Do you know anything about that?" I try to see as many Roger Corman and Walter Hill pictures as possible. They seem to deliver solid Grindhouse/B movies consistently; however, this era wasn't kind to either of them. This modern prison drama isn't overly fascinating even with the Mike Tyson undertone. This is an average picture but nothing special overall. "He got a brand new tattoo just for the occasion." Grade: C