For The Love of Grace

For The Love of Grace

With a great career, close friends, and an upwardly mobile fiancé, ‘How To’ book writer Grace (Chandra West) appears to have the perfect life. Meanwhile, local firefighter Steve (Mark Consuelos), having just been suspended for his reckless, yet heroic style, seems to be heading in the opposite direction That is, until a fateful fire rescue fans the flames of attraction and gives them both a new perspective on life.

Firefighter Steve Lockwood saves freelance-author Grace Harding's life 'accidentally', passing her house on fire. The act of heroism changes the lives of the two strangers forever who face an uncertain future. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Donnie B (jp) wrote: An unbelievably good film that questions the expanse of our minds while showing the boundlessness of our connections.

Sudakshina B (gb) wrote: Watched this on the flight back home and thought it killed the time very very well. It's one of those films where you want to snug up comfy and ogle at Ranbir!A simple story painted with themes of realism, this film is about today's Indian urban youth and how they work out life and relationships with their parents, friends and partners.Authentic performances delivered by Ranbir Kapoor and Konkona Sen. Watch it if you're a Ranbir fan!!

Eric H (es) wrote: This is an uncompromising film directed by master of controversy Koji Wakamatsu. The story is linear and easy to follow. Perhaps it saturates the viewer with too much information, and some parts are too long, but it is quite interesting to see the formation of a terrorist group and their descent to hell. Furthermore, the fact that Wakamatsu knew a lot of the terrorists, himself participating in some of their earliest actions adds weight to the film.It is a tough film to watch but quite interesting.

Mauricio N (fr) wrote: A very well thought and open minded documentary. It provides a lot of information on the relationship with Church and homosexuality. I recommend everyone to watch it!

Damion T (kr) wrote: This was very good. Dark and very well acted. There are longs stretches of no dialogue. Be patient. Its artistic and supposed to show you how serious the situation is. You will be rewarded with a moving viking painting. I'm so high.

Telly B (br) wrote: great story great screen play

Bryan W (es) wrote: W: 1. Semi-humorous.

Todd B (jp) wrote: Probably one of the most dull and longest films I've ever been FORCED to watch when I was a kid.

Felipe F (us) wrote: Brian De Palma crafts a stylish, ultra-violent depiction of the underworld of drugs on the 80's - with Al Pacino giving one of his most compelling and iconic performances as a drug lord who suffers a major fall from grace.

Hamlet S (ca) wrote: wow - It a war movie with Mel Gibson so i have to see it =)

Arnaud L (es) wrote: Nice casting and an interesting art direction but the movie falls flat very quickly.

Art S (kr) wrote: Max Von Sydow lives alone on a remote Swedish island. He keeps to himself, mostly, until he meets Anna when she asks to use his telephone. Later, he meets her friends Eva and Elis with whom she is living after a serious car accident in which her husband and son were killed. She was the driver. Yes, this is heavy, as only Bergman can be. Anna demands absolute truth and honesty from everyone around her. This is her passion - it is tough on everyone. Further, she may be deceiving herself about things. Von Sydow has much he doesn't want to talk about. When he and Anna fall into a relationship, this makes it hard. At the same time, a madman roams the island engaging in acts of animal cruelty. This latter side plot serves to heighten the tension and emotional stress of the film. As do the splashes of red (and red filters) that occasionally appear in the otherwise wintry environs, captured marvelously by Sven Nykvist.

Alison M (fr) wrote: One scene was just too long

MariePier D (ag) wrote: Oh my God, this is awful! It was more navy horror than monster horror, so I guess I hated it !