Truth follows the loves, losses, fights, jealousies and broken hearts of a group of friends. It centers around the sweet, bright-eyed and emotionally vulnerable Faybien (RayMartell Moore). Comfortable with his gayness but saddled with self-esteem issues, Faybien's love life is put into an emotional spin when his ex, Lonnie, returns with an interest in reigniting their relationship. You'd think that he'd get a sympathetic ear from his friends, but they already have their own issues. Reggie's in love with bisexual, non-committal Greg; high-strung queen bee Amera is certain her boyfriend is cheating on her; and the always-meddling muscle queen Jay is busy confronting his rough trade boyfriend's girlfriend.
A wild ensemble cast highlights Roger Omeus' romantic drama about a group of love- and sex-obsessed Jersey City friends navigating the treacherous waters of relationships. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bianca P (kr) wrote: "Jiro dreams of sushi" is so insightful and deeply moving that I couldn't help the tears forming when I realized that this man is living the life I have dreamed of since I was a little girl. The passion, drive and the sheer exuberance he and his sons, apprentices and colleagues share for food is simply exhilarating; I can't wait to become a Chef and share my food journey with others in the future.I highly recommend this film, and please do take note of all his little quotes about careers, etc. Whether or not you want to be in the food business later on in life, what he has to say is as important to you as it is to future chefs. Don't just watch and dream of sushi yourselves, put into action your passion in life and to quote Jiro himself: "immerse yourself in your craft."
Luke A (de) wrote: It's drawn out at times, but it works. It's shot and written beautifully and in my opinion would be a great movie for a film professor to show to his/her students. With what its got, Footnote is surreal and lively even when its slow, making it a classic in my opinion.
Sarah A (au) wrote: Danish. Mads Mikkelsen.
Nikolai M (ca) wrote: Where did the prisoners got their massive art supplies? Unrealistic evangelical propaganda
Nadine L (kr) wrote: Yes, it is preposterous, but.... I watched the whole thing. It has a bit of creepiness to it, I thought the plot points were stupid but it was watchable still...
Brody M (gb) wrote: Great documentary.Just wish I couldve seen the uncut version
Taylor N (kr) wrote: Denzel is fun to watch but that's the best thing about this movie.
Randall K (mx) wrote: Classic. Chocked full of laughs.
Jess V (jp) wrote: Very good movie awsome action
Sam M (kr) wrote: Hilarious and pretty good story, Eddie Murphy and Aykroyd are great.
Dan M (jp) wrote: A fun movie to watch, except for the singing. I'm not sure why such a big deal was made about Marilyn Monroe, since Jane Russell clearly is the better actress in this film. She steals the scenes with her intelligence, sass and sexuality. I found Monroe's character annoying, while Russell was enticing. I also thought it was interesting how openly Monroe and Russell portray their sexuality for a movie made in the early 50's.
The Critic (jp) wrote: Average martial arts caper, spawned four sequels.