Falling Uphill

Falling Uphill

Robert asks Jenny, a girl he found on Craigslist, to be his new roommate. Now after a year of living together, he finds himself falling in love with her, but his ability to keep afloat in San Francisco is coming to an end. With a lame job and not enough income, he has no choice but to move back with his parents in Rochester, NY. With only three days until his flight home, Robert struggles to tell Jenny his true feelings and to determine what direction his life is headed.

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Tatsuhito K (ru) wrote: When will Vanessa Hudgens stop playing the same old, troubled, drug-addict hooker type of character?? You've done enough of that, Vanessa. Try something else. Nicolas Cage gives his most solid performance in quite a long time, but unfortunately it's squandered by the film's by-the-numbers narrative and the lack of any emotional heft. The Frozen Ground is efficient and atmospheric, but also very mediocre and hollow.

Alastair H (us) wrote: A dark, bleak and tragically realistic portrayal of a young boys descent into gang culture in Glasgow. The performances are outstanding and the attention to period details is spot on. The only flaw was a slightly drawn out final act but otherwise this is a fantastic film (3.6.12)

Zahari S (mx) wrote: An incredible Love Story! True Love has no fear! Not even from death!

Luke P (mx) wrote: Not a piece of fiction or a documentary, Fados is a musical journey, featuring major artists from the Portuguese speaking world. And a great journey it is, taking the Fado genre and exploring its history and interpretations. From the back street bars of Alfama we travel to Mozambique for some African fusion, Cabo Verde where Fado rubs shoulders with its cousin Morna, Brazil with the seminal Chico Buarque and even Lila Downs brings a Mexican touch. Impeccably performed, beautifully staged and what else can I say. Magical.

Rob V (fr) wrote: "I like ike". this is not an action movie, but recalls the difficult decision process before D-Day. Strong perfomances, especially from Tom Selleck and very well documented (with an eye for detail). Recommended, especially for those interested in Eisenhower or WW II in general.

Shelly B (ru) wrote: I love hockey and I love the charactors in this movie

Andrew M (us) wrote: Calling daughters of the dust an unusual film is somewhat of an understatement. the film doesn't follow most Hollywood film conventions. That being said i think daughters of the dust is a good film, worth watching for, if nothing else, its originality. it shows the life of a family living on the Gullah islands, days before they plan on moving to mainland America. The film is quite simple with most of the time spent showing the character's relationships and interactions with each other. The actors in the film do a great job at playing there characters honestly and realistically. Daughters of the Dust intentionally doesn't follow a strong linear plot. Julie dash wanted to create a new kind of film and she seems to have succeeded. The power of this movie is in its images, music and relationships of its character.

Graeme H (nl) wrote: Showcasing smart concepts, Bakshi's film ultimately stoops to a bastardization of Robert Crumb's original ideas. When the needle junkie jack rabbit began beating the sexed female horse to death with a chain two-thirds of the way through, that was it for me.

John R (gb) wrote: This is the Western bad enough to make me start getting rid of some of my collection. Why keep trash? Bad acting, unconvincing characters (especially McDaniel as Herb), and one of those stories I've come to hate where people could easily prevent a problem situation if they would just communicate. Write it down for God's sake! Whoa is me. Boo hoo. I just don't care anymore. Did I mention unconvincing acting?

Eric S (es) wrote: Hitchcock. Enough said.