Using The DV camera originally enlisted to capture the making of his album, Andrew shot everything before and after the crucial day in May of 2005 when he both finished his record and was diagnosed with cancer. Dear Jack opens on the day of his diagnosis and continues on through the life-changing and deeply personal events that followed. The film also includes flashes back to Andrew's childhood and the making of the first Jack's Mannequin album, as well as rare live footage and the chronicling of his relationships with two very important people in his life, his sister and her best friend.
- Stars:Rick Crawford, Andrew McMahon, Tommy Lee, Lin McMahon, Brian McMahon, Jack's Mannequin, Kate McMahon, Jim Wirt, Bobby Raw, Gary Schiller, Holly Adams, Kelly McMahon,
- Director:Joshua Morrisroe, Corey Moss,
- Writer:Corey Moss
Chronicles Andrew McMahon on a roller-coaster year, through the highs of releasing the first Jack's Mannequin album and the lows of being diagnosed with leukemia and breaking up with the love of his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dear Jack torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Interesante film sobre los valores de una sociedad donde prima el valor monetario sobre el humano esta pelcula demuestra el buen estado del cine italiano,
(br) wrote: A thin script and unclear tone are held together by a terrific performance from Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
(br) wrote: A great coming of age dramedy. I didnt even know who downey was until I saw Iron man. Then I saw this again and appreciated it way more. Downey is king!
(ca) wrote: French movie really funny really entertaining about a crazy cabby... Love it!!!
(de) wrote: A twisted story of love and redemption by one on Spain's finest filmmakers.
(ag) wrote: I don't know what they was thinking
(kr) wrote: Not an altogether memorable film for Chevy Chase.
(es) wrote: If "The Godfather" isn't considered the greatest film of all time, it's certainly somewhere in the top three. Its genius is pretty much indisputable as is its influence on film over the past four and a half decades. So rather than gush about the cinematography, iconic score, or earth-shaking performances like every other cinephile with a keyboard, I want to discuss something specific, something I believe scuffs what is otherwise a pristine work. Granted this is a lot like a scratch on a Lamborghini. It's annoying, but it's done nothing to hamper what is otherwise a marvel of automotive engineering. But like that scratch it stares at you, mocking you by its very presence. Once you see it, you can't unsee it, no matter how elevated the ride.For "The Godfather," that scratch is its pacing. Though it creeps close to three hours long, it still feels like someone took a hacksaw to it in the editing room. Enormous time jumps happen without preface (a lot) and the resulting gaps are felt. It's like ascending a staircase with the occasional rotted-out board - an extravagant Victorian staircase trimmed with gold leaf, but it's still in need of restoration. The tail end of the second act marching straight into the conclusion are the biggest offenders in this regard. Michael Corleone's relationship with his wife Kay (though unimportant in the overarching narrative) is told in a few disparate beats and ends up feeling like it should have been left on the cutting room floor with the other untold orphan scenes.That said, Coppola's crowning work doesn't want for narrative drive. "The Godfather" has always been more about grand, thematic arcs than intimate character moments. It does stumble in pacing the particulars, but what it offers in return more than makes up for this small inadequacy. We come to this film again and again for the iconic experience, the witnessing of one of the greatest pieces of visual literature. I'm not about to argue against that. 9.1/10
(it) wrote: had to pick it up. I'd have liked to see the whole gang riding as wolves but all in all for 1971 camp, it was good enough. A little long though.
(br) wrote: The Movie that stared my obsession with Elvis. Still can't get enough of this movie
(es) wrote: 95% - Like all other Disney-Pixar films, Wall-E is an emotionally satisfying movie with adorable characters, good humor, and beautiful animation. But due to the film's portrayal on solid concepts and various messages about environmental issues, the film is considered to be one of the best well-made animated films of all time.