Dr. Finn Jeffries plays a new stepmother to her deceased lover's daughter Zelly. She also took over her lover's abortion clinic that is being protested by increasingly violent "pro-lifer's". The movie covers, teenage angst, death threats, abortion issues and love. All in all, interesting drama.
- Stars:Brooke Johnson, Yanna McIntosh, Maya Ritter, Richard Clarkin, Nathalie Toriel, Gilles Lemaire, Andrew Chalmers, Chantel Cole, Gail Maurice, Stephen Bogaert, Jane Moffat, Devon Bostick,
- Director:Dominique Cardona, Laurie Colbert,
- Writer:Laurie Colbert
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Finn's Girl torrent reviews
(au) wrote: The second film in the 'new' Planet of the Apes series, this picks up something like 10 years after 'Rise ... ', when most of mankind has been wiped out (shown in the opening credits sequence) by the ape virus created in that earlier film.As such, the first portion of this film follows Caesar and his new family living in the forest, and is largely dialogue free, with the apes communicating by sign language.That changes, however, when a small enclave of survivors stumble across the Apes, leading to (effectively) a clash of cultures.Overall, I found this to be somewhat slower than the first film; never really capturing my attention as much. That's not to say that it is a bad film, just not as good as the first (then again, sequels rarely are!).
(es) wrote: Watched this at TIFF'09... Pointless Korean comedy about a quirky director's exploits at a film festival. Hilarity does not ensue. Amateur, not artsy. YAWN.
(nl) wrote: this deserves a better rating. continuously suspenseful and gripping
(kr) wrote: Its one of those films that if you have some spare time on your hands and nothing else to do, and you want to see some fit women , watch this !!!
(kr) wrote: Horribly boring film. I turned it off.
(jp) wrote: While it's only tepid at times, it's sweet and quirky.
(de) wrote: With Full Contact, Lam takes the action genre and proceeds to not merely transcend it but explode it.
(us) wrote: One of the all-time greatest actions films! I have seen this masterpiece from John Woo many times, but the blu-ray version is by far the best I've seen it look. One of the ultimate "heroic bloodshed" movies, this film has some amazing action set-pieces in it. Chow Yun-fat and Tony Leung are amazing in it. This is a MUST for any action movie fan!
(au) wrote: oh man, this was gold!
(br) wrote: Crude and rude jokes in this cheap film.
(fr) wrote: This film is wholly enjoyable. Quirky and weird, and most importantly self-aware. The premise is a little silly, but the character of Ms. Meadows is suitably twisted and played in all her saccharine glory by Katie Holmes convincingly. What I think the negative reviewers, professional and otherwise seem to be missing is that this black comedy wasn't a morally responsible outlook on vigilantism, as many of them seem to wish it had been. For that we have Michael Douglas's Falling Down (A great film), a film grounded firmly in reality with depressingly realisttic outcomes, watching Ms. Meadows however, that's not what I wanted to see; it's not the tone of the film, and I'm glad it wasn't. The film doesn't excuse her actions, and it fully admits to her being not right in the head as deftly revealed in a few key scenes that place her under a microscope, but she's still the heroin...and she makes you root for her. At least I did. I very much wanted Ms. Meadows to get her perfect world.