Tanner Gray is shocked to learn after the death of his ex-wife Andrea that he has a 25 year-old daughter, Cyd. He and his wife had met on a cruise over 25 years ago where they both worked as dance instructors. They fell in love and married but while Andrea wanted to settle down in her small hometown and take over her parents dance studio Tanner came from a small town and wanted to travel before settling down. He went off on his own but when he was finally ready to come home, Andrea told him not to bother and they hadn't spoken since. Now, Cyd is under pressure to sell the studio to a land developer but Andrea always left Tanner's name on the deed so he would have to agree to any sale. He only has Cyd's best interests at heart but as he gets to know her, he doesn't think selling is the right thing to do.
Writer:Jean Abounader (story), J.B. White (story), J.B. White (teleplay)
A woman (Brooke Nevin) faces opposition from her estranged father (John Schneider) when she plans to sell the family's dance studio while sorting through the emotional results of their meeting. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Solomon G (jp) wrote: To just say that this movie is shitty is an affront to shitty movies everywhere ... It was like no one involved in the making of this flick gave a shit.
Laura C (jp) wrote: Very inspiring documentary on how a few people can organize a movement and change the world and save lives.
Rodrigo C (br) wrote: Durisima autocritica social a la juventud colombiana...Buen reflejo ironico de la decadencia ideologica y moral latina.
Keith L (ru) wrote: Seeing as how the Tinker Bell movies are only trying to capitalize on the undeserved success of this character, I am HUGELY not interested in Secret of the Wings, which has a trailer that pops up on almost every Disney DVD I have, and that makes the problem A LOT worse. The eleven people who gave this a positive review are probably either soccer moms or day care workers who show this to their kids instead of kids movies that they deem "too violent" for their kids to watch. The seven people are probably people whom are highly-educated, and look for quality in movies. Secret of the Wings, even though I have not seen it and I don't plan to, is definitely terrible.
Joel N (nl) wrote: The two minutes' hate for this movie isn't easy to understand. The stuff with David Hyde Pierce and the veterinarian is compelling, and the rest of it is funny without being over the top.The sheer amount of random strange thrown in is interesting, too.
Zakir V (de) wrote: Great, genuine humour. One of my favourite feel good movies as well.
Tyler H (de) wrote: I really have no rant or personal opinion on this film.......since it does kind of peak my curiosity
Janna M (kr) wrote: Love it. Love Warren Beatty. Love mob movies. Combine the two, add his on-screen chemistry with Annette Bening (a classic beauty and great actress who later became his real life wife) and you have something close to cineamatic perfection!
Eve C (de) wrote: Jai AUCUN souvenir de ce film ?!!!
Brody M (de) wrote: 1 of my favorite horror films
Raleigh L (kr) wrote: what a piece of shit. I had to watch this god awful shit-fest for film class and I walked out because it was soooo fucking stupid and unenjoyable. The premise is that the main character, who I'll call asshole, isn't gay but dresses like a women and has sex with men because he thinks it's trendy. He has a wife and kids but hes too busy being beaten and ass-fudged by other germans. I'm glad he killed himself in the end. Only a communist or a bisexual guy could like this movie.
Dave S (ag) wrote: Like a MAD magazine version of "Heathers", scripted by Joan Rivers. The second half of that sentence is literal, not an analogy.
Joyce R (nl) wrote: I was too distracted by Jean Sorel's beauty to follow the story. Something about a missing girlfriend and a man's conscience trapped in his corpse, I think. Sorel is too sublimely perfect looking.
Jenna K (kr) wrote: This was the shittiest movie I've seen in a long time. Writer and director should both be shot. Poor Nick Thune, stuck in this crap.
Christopher R (ru) wrote: I absolutely love this film!
Alec L (jp) wrote: A benchmark of classic Hollywood, cinematic romance, set and costume design and epic filmmaking. No film may be more ingrained in the American subconscious.
Hunter W (ag) wrote: Rarely has something come along that is as imaginative and unique as Inception, thank goodness it happens to be equally as great.