Fly Away

Fly Away

The poignant yet humor filled story about a single mother of a teenager severely impacted by autism, forced to reckon with her daughter's future. As her child becomes an adult, what used to work, no longer does. What will sustain her daughter, and herself? A parent-child love story, when love means letting go.

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Alexander C (kr) wrote: Hungry? well dont eat the ghost mate...

Jared S (mx) wrote: A dumb movie shot for owls.

Francisco S (ca) wrote: A little predictable and not very original narrative, with a rather vague end that don't explain us somethings and with few scares, however well acted and with a chilling plot.

Anthony V (ca) wrote: Nice action/fantasy film takes you to its own little universe for one hell of a roller coaster ride.

Nick D (de) wrote: I rented this because of Dustin Lance Black, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of MILK and writer on BIG LOVE. I figured his early effort at writing/directing a gay coming of age movie were worth viewing. They are, barely. You're not going to find anything startlingly original here. You're going to have to ignore the very low budget shot-on-video quality. You're going to have to accept the acting as a lesson on what not to do in film. You're going to have to squelch your prurient interest about how Black cast the lead to look so much like himself (I did). But you do get a very sweet and romantic sentiment, a believable construct for the characters, a story arc that almost certainly has happened often in real life (predatory older guy, confused closety young guy, best-friend buddy, old-lady mentor, the evils of the big city. I kept thinking I'd sampled it, I should turn it off. Only I didn't. So there.

Andres G (au) wrote: love it. too bad jack died.

Skyler B (ag) wrote: Just as sad and heartwarming as the first one.

Jeffrey L (br) wrote: I still remember the sound of the silencer enabled guns they used in this film. I was too young to be watching it, and I watched it over and over. I just really liked this movie. Now today, I find out Mel Gibson was in it as well as Sam Neill - too funny.

arun s (mx) wrote: Satyajit Ray's best perhaps.

Harry W (ag) wrote: Devastating and beautiful, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford offer up timeless performances in an unsettingly good and "way ahead of it's time" picture, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane - based on the Henry Farrell novel before it is terrifying and sweetly dark throughout. The film is only heated by the real life feud between the two actresses and the irony of their ageing attempts at making a comeback, two of the greatest actresses of all time struggling with ageism and the egocentric minds of Hollywood. The story is dark and Hitchcockian, unfolding and winding around like a tendril until it unfurls at the end and spills a cacophony of secrets onto the audience. It's not one of the scariest horror films, but it is one of the best. Bette's cackling and erratically hoarse performance as the villainous Baby Jane is timeless.

Gary S (mx) wrote: Very macho! Patrick McGoohan played the bad ass really well. Lots of other soon to be famous actors on there too. What got me was that Stanley Baker's work "mates" were having a go at him for being an ex con where they were not exactly angels themselves.

Jason C (es) wrote: I heard people talking about this and they said it was good. No, it isn't. I don't get it and I am glad I don't. But more power to these people if it makes em happy but this isn't an interesting documentary in any way.