A same sex couple and a little daughter from a previous marriage, fight together for what they deem to be their right to marry and live together, facing law, housing discrimination, and employment discrimination. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Reed V (gb) wrote: The legend of a civilized, emotionally over-available Tarzan running around the jungle with Samuel L. Jackson. And his character's name is George. Go figure.
Dane M (au) wrote: I avoided this film for the longest time. Part of didn't want to superimpose the lost friends on the dying actors' faces. Every grade 10 and 11 class should see this. Know our history. What brave men what brave women what brave people. I was surprised how dry-eyed I was and then the last scene made me drop my boundaries and embrace the power of loss and gut pushing forward no matter what - no matter what. The acting is very strong. The time is captured perfectly. I just wish the first inkling of what is coming in the man falling to his knees on the beach, was almost ignored. They had absolutely no idea what was coming. For all they knew this was a man stepping on a clam shell. I wanted them to ignore it. (a quibble)
Dylan M (jp) wrote: One of the better "Zombie" films I have seen. Could've had more emotion and character, but other than that it is a great film.
Simon C (ru) wrote: Great cinematography. I got it, but still believe it didn't quite work. A little huggy, but not too preachy. Time well spent
Danny R (fr) wrote: MOVIE REVIEW: "ELEPHANT" (2003) ****Gus Van Sant's powerfully unnerving film about two high school misfits, Alex and Eric well played by Alex Frost and Eric Deulen, who calmly plan a mass execution of their class mates and school administers like the massacre at Columbine. The real strength in this film lies in its power of observation, we get a brief glimpse into the young killers personalities, who are sexually confused, Hitler-loving dweebs, who get off on playing single-person shooting video games. But what makes it all the more chilling is that they don't seem any different from any of the other high schoolers. Brilliant cinematography by Harris Sadvides with those long steady-cam tracking shots really do a great job of putting you with the characters, as they walk the long endless corridors of their high school murdering innocent people. The supporting cast of mostly unknown actors all deliver fine naturalistic performances. I think the most disturbing scene in the film is when one of the killers turns to the other and tells him, "Most important, have fun man!" just before they begin their mass killing spree. Winner of the Golden Palm at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. A starling and unforgettable motion picture. Highly Recommended.
Giffy G (mx) wrote: While I was definitely disappointed by the lack of an ending, I liked that this movie didn't try to simplify things: racism was confusing and hard to sort out, homophobia was confusing and hard to identify, misogyny was laid bare but coupled with respect, and attraction was dissected under a high-powered microscope. I wish, though, that the characters had been characters and not types, and that the ending, while not necessarily resolving everything (I'm a fan of Hanif Kureishi and his similarly-themed movies NEVER have resolution), but I wish there had been a moment I could point to and say, "AH, that's the ending." I know I'll be thinking about this movie for years to come, which is why I gave it such a high rating for a movie I wasn't entirely fond of.
saj m (ca) wrote: idk if i actually saw this movie bcuz i seen alot of em BUT........i did half of 6 stars..
Mike B (de) wrote: Terrible plot, and Sheen is unconvincing and very slow on the uptake for a wunderkind. Silly and funny in all the wrong places.
wicked A (ru) wrote: Great cast, decent film.
Ryan C (ca) wrote: lindsey lohan is needed