Diane and Greg Halstead were once happily married, even deciding to try and have a baby in later years, despite the fact that she had already suffered two miscarriages. She has no luck in becoming pregnant and this leads to an estrangement from her husband. On his latest flight, Greg, a professional pilot, finds out about a bomb threat. The person carrying the bomb supposedly wants to kill another passenger, a politician with an outspoken opinion on abortion. Unknown to the killer, however, the politician has already left the plane because it had an hour and a half delay. Greg decides to make an emergency landing in Dayton, Ohio, but during the heavy weather, the plane crashes, killing almost everyone on board.
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Haley M (es) wrote: Hunt for the Wilderpeople: A uniquely emotional comedic reliefA heart wrenching, gut-busting, comedy-drama film, Hunt for the Wilderpeople makes it to the top of the list when it comes to best films of 2016. This quirky, yet lovable movie is beautiful not only in the cinematography but the development of the emotions both in the characters and audience. Young Ricky Baker played by Julian Dennison is a 13-year-old foster-child wannabe gangster. He's placed in the hands of the quiet Uncle Hec (Sam Neil) and affectionate Aunt Bella (Rima Te Waita) on their small farm in the middle of New Zealand. Life takes an unexpected turn forcing Ricky and Uncle Hec to travel deep into "the Bush" on the run from child welfare officer Paula (Rachel House).It's a completely ridiculous storyline yet somehow director, Taika Waititi pulls it all together to create another brilliant piece of art similar to his other witty-natured movies Eagle vs Shark and Boy. His prominent style throughout most of his films include the occasional prolonged scene creating that on-edge humor that can feel cringe worthy, but also makes it absolutely impossible not to laugh. The awkward but endearing moment between Ricky and Hec, sharing their haikus is the scene that makes this movie so noteworthy. These are two of the most closed off characters when it comes to expressing emotions. Within one scene, those emotional barriers break down to expose the true feelings of these rugged outlaws. Waititi masters capturing this heartwarming scene through the perfect balance of humor and affection, proving that it doesn't take tears to get an emotional point across. With a Wes Anderson style, the whole movie is both pleasing to the eye, all while tugging at your heart strings. It's hard not to enjoy the character Ricky Baker; haikus and all. With his eye for simplicity, Waititi sets a high standard for future comedy-drama films. This artsy film is overflowing with incredibly simple, yet stunning visuals. Because it's based off of the book, Wild Pork and Watercress by Barry Crump, he brilliantly overlays the chapter headings from the book onto beautiful shots of New Zealand countryside as transitions from one part of the storyline to the next, giving it the storybook kind of feel. The whole film captures the beauty of New Zealand on a deeper level with Ricky, Uncle Hec, and their loyal dogs traveling through some of the thickest rainforests with only their keen sense of adventure to guide them.Experiencing this film is honestly an adventure of your own. Throughout the piece it's not completely clear what you should be feeling, but that doesn't take away the fact that its charming, fun, emotional, and appealing. It will leave you with a sense of awe for the world of filmmaking and the minds that come up with these exceptional art pieces. Hunt for the Wilderpeople is ultimately an extraordinary rare masterpiece.
Jonathan P (fr) wrote: I don't want to sound insensitive but The Invisible War was rather dull for a documentary dealing with an issue as emotional as that of rape. The biggest issue is the amount of time the film spends with "talking heads." Understandably the topic is one that would be difficult to find action footage but with so many interviews the topic became dull and uninteresting after the first 30 minutes.
mann (au) wrote: nice comedy..n the action
Jamie B (nl) wrote: Brilliant film. Winstone and Morrison give phenomenal performances. Great tale, beautifully filmed. Cinematography is breathtaking. Nice twist at end. One of the best this year.
Katelyn F (es) wrote: Good and twisted man. If you like Maury-type things, this is great for you.
Robin A (kr) wrote: Soo charming, great animation and lovely characters.
Rea E (es) wrote: Such a beautiful piece of art. I think Kurosawa??s whole career is one movie, and this is the ending of his long career, and God, this is so beautiful. The last scene when the old professor (read Kurosawa) is dreaming (and he??s a child in his dream), his friends ask him, ??Are you ready??? (they??re playing hide and seek) and he says ??Madadayo!?? means not yet, and the camera zooms into the sky, left me and my sister in tears. I always adore Kurosawa??s art and he has given me such artistic joy with his perfect movies; Now with watching his last movie, once again he gave us his wonderful view of humanity? And with such an ending into open sky he left us in eternity. 5 stars out of 5? I would give it 10 out of 5, if it was possible.And if you ask me now, has Kurosawa??s art lost its appeal, I would say Madadayo! Not yet! as long as humanity exist, he is here among us.
Travis H (br) wrote: Taking Care of Business is a somewhat lowbrow satire of 80s business culture, absolutely crammed with wish fulfillment. If that's what you're looking for, it executes perfectly. If you expect any kind of intellectual engagement from your movies, you are in the wrong place. It's a greasy triple-cheeseburger of a film; a once-in-a-while guilty pleasure.
Praful B (it) wrote: This one is a classic all the way. Redefining the hindi movie scene with its fresh approach, casting and dialogues... Suraj Barjatya in all his glory gives an emotional, musical, entertaining, soulful story filled with thrilling moments. DDLJ is not even half as charming as this roller coaster... three cheers for rajshri
hk s (kr) wrote: From a classical novel of jorge amado filmed in the lovely city of Paraty , Marcello Mastroianni , Sonia Braga , a classic