In a small town of rolling fields and endless skies, isolated 16 year old Mason lives in a world where families exist in fragmented silence and love seems to have gone missing. Then Mason meets Danny, a sensitive and troubled girl, and their tender bond is soon tested after a fatal accident and a series of complications takes Mason away for something he didn't do.
- Stars:Vincent Kartheiser, Taryn Manning, Arliss Howard, Mare Winningham, Blake Heron, Michelle Forbes, Marshall Bell, Shawn Reaves, Robert Blanche, Don Alder, Wally Dalton, Edward Thomas Jr., Don Stroud, Steven Weyte,
- Director:Mark Milgard,
- Writer:Mark Milgard, Robb Williamson, Richard Murphy
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Dandelion torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Have you ever seen a comedy movie without humor, No, Then watch AAA. It a pain to sit through the Movie. I knew that the movie was bad but it exceeded my expectation by being worst.None of the performance was good in the movie not even santhanam.I am giving it a generous half a star just for Kajal & M.S. Bhaskars dance sequence, the only scene that made me laugh in the entire movie. All in all its a complete DUD.
(mx) wrote: The second-half is very thrilling and fast-paced. All the 3 lead actors-Surya, Shruti and Johnny have a good role which they have played with perfection. In spite of the story being historical, the kids enjoyed it thoroughly.
(au) wrote: Russian propaganda film spewing mistrust about hydraulic fracturing. Considering the ruskies export tons of gas to Europe, fear is a tool used to prevent fracking from becoming more mainstream.
(ag) wrote: Cast:Mark Ruffalo, Christopher Thornton, Orlando Bloom, Juliette Lewis, Laura Linney, John Carroll Lynch, Noah Emmerich, James Karen, Nathan Wetherington Director:Mark Ruffalo Summary: Struggling for survival on the rough streets of Los Angeles, newly paralyzed DJ "Delicious" Dean O'Dwyer gains the supernatural ability to heal the sick. But he uses the gift to capitalize on his dreams of rock success in this offbeat drama. Written by Thornton, Mark Ruffalo's directorial debut also stars Orlando Bloom as the front man of a rock band and Laura Linney as the group's persistent manager. My Thoughts: "I wish I could say I loved the film and that Mark Ruffalo did an amazing job at directing. But I just didn't care for the movie or it's character's. The directing was a bit shaky. It wasn't bad but it wasn't great either. I know this story has to do with what Mark's friend Chris kind of went through with trying healing techniques. Orlando Bloom wasn't at all impressive in this role. I'm not sure if it was his acting or the character. I liked Juliette Lewis in this. The story just doesn't play out well. It was just OK and I wish I could say some positive things about the film since I am a big fan of Mark's, but honestly the film fell flat as well as the acting."
(de) wrote: Post Grad is a bland film. It is about Ryden Malby who graduates from college and is forced to move back into her childhood home with her eccentric family. Alexis Bledel and Michael Keaton give horrible performances. The script is badly written. Vicky Jenson did a terrible job directing this movie. I was not impressed with this motion picture.
(mx) wrote: Hemskt, men med mnga modiga kvinnor
(ag) wrote: What a waste of a great cast and what should have been a good tale to tell. Has to be one of the most poorly written scripts ever. Just terrible - story line all over the place - was painful to the very end...I wouldn't recommend this film to anyone. PU
(au) wrote: It was just like watching a cartoon. There is no lesson to be learned here except how hilarious the word "nigga" can be.
(de) wrote: Didn't think I'd like this movie, but it was terrific.
(nl) wrote: Very well done, top to bottom.
(kr) wrote: This road movie swells with style, sizzling romance and a hypnotism that drifts into the deranged. 'Wild at Heart' trails through rotten small-town America, and a young couple's pursuit of a place 'over the rainbow'. This dreamy, anti-fairytale is one of Lynch's most overlooked. 9/10.
(au) wrote: Many comedies giftwrap the jokes so that the poor rubes (which'd be us) know that that is what they're hearing and/or seeing (think of Mel Brooks or a pie in the face or Vines), but not so here. The Lubitsch touch involves leaving the humor for one to discover - or not - and therein the charm. Benny, f'instance, is totally unbelievable as the leading man, or as a leading man whatsoever, but that works for him here as a insecure ham actor constantly seeking approval. Lombard (braless mostly) shimmers in her last effort gracefully. A delight, and better than Lubitsch's other classics in my opinion.
(gb) wrote: So who is telling the truth? And what is truth?
(br) wrote: Confident, careful storytelling clear in intention. If the writers of "The Walking Dead" haven't seen it, they should.
(de) wrote: Worst ending I've seen in a long time. Could've been a great movie, but SUCH a lame ending. No creativity at all. The ending actually ruined the movie!
(au) wrote: It may be hard to tell anyone apart at the beginning of the movie, but as the ball gets rolling this film is utterly brilliant. I really feel like Ritchie out-Tarantinoed Tarantino in this film and Snatch, which are both more consistently funny and witty in their screenplays than anything big old T has done. Anyway, this movie is just bloody hilarious and a slice of truly genius cinema, which is astonishing given that this is a debut. It's delightfully madcap and convoluted. Not a film that will change your life, but it will make you glad you're living one so you can see it.