Field Guide to November Days

Field Guide to November Days

An almost wordless study of social isolation, mis-communication and sexual identity, 'Field Guide' follows a recently separated couple...

An almost wordless study of social isolation, mis-communication and sexual identity, 'Field Guide' follows a recently separated couple, Matt (Joe Haege) and Natalie (Briana Ledford), as ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brynn H (de) wrote: kinda funny, but not that good. Keaton was wierd, I love Liv though

Anna B (au) wrote: The entirety of lesbian cinema appears intent on wallowing in eye-rolling mediocrity.

Alex B (es) wrote: Predictable cookie cutter fare, but I kind of enjoyed it. Granted, I'm a sucker for romantic comedies and I like Ryan Reynolds, but I thought this was generally ok.

Colleen T (mx) wrote: I love this film! The performances by the little English girls are especially endearing. When their free-spirited mother takes them on a journey to Marrakech in the late 1960's. they innocently experience Moroccan atmosphere and culture. Favorite line spoken by Bea, "I don't need another adventure mum, I need to go to school, I need to learn things." Kate Winslet's first film following Titanic.

Jonathan D (fr) wrote: Very interesting documentary, especially if you're a fan of Woody Allen.

Brandon V (jp) wrote: What begins as a sweet little New York romance starts to become something even more, and then spoils it around the 65 minute mark. Right about then, "Friends with Kids" takes an ill-fittingly dramatic turn, forcing all of the actors to dig through the cobwebs of the mediocre script to try to find something to latch onto. It's not all without success; there's a laugh or two here and there, but the end result is a film that is crowded with wasted talent, overlong, and heavily sentimental to the point that the supposed character depth is just ridiculous.

Ahmed M (es) wrote: This is how a franchise should be, rebooted in a way. It has everything, from an interesting story to suspenseful scenes and nail-biting action set pieces. This is a prime example of how action movies should be made.

Lauren P (it) wrote: Everything about this was bad. It was charming though.

Ian M (kr) wrote: This is, hands down, the best movie of the franchise. Synger and crew doubled down on the success of X-Men First Class and won. I'm not going to break it down, I'm just telling you to go watch this flick.

bby cke (de) wrote: it was so kool loved it