Georgia Rule

Georgia Rule

Georgia Rule follows a rebellious, uncontrollable teenager who is hauled off by her dysfunctional mother to spend the summer with her grandmother. Her journey will lead all three women to revelations of buried family secrets and an understanding that - regardless what happens - the ties that bind can never be broken.

Teenage Rachel is a real thorn in the side of her mother, Lilly. More than just rebellious, she is incorrigible. Lilly then decides to send her to her grandmother's house where Lilly vowed never to return. But after a crisis, the three woman become closer than ever and start to understand each other more. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tino L (us) wrote: This is a great film. The timing is perfect, and the film makers nail it. This movie will teach you a ton but in an incredible interesting way. Everyone should see this!

David M (kr) wrote: Another severely average futuristic film set in a dull apocalyptic world with human like robots everywhere; that let's face it has been done to death. What starts off with great promise soon turns into a lifeless forgettable movie you'll never think about afterwards.

Dave R (fr) wrote: If you like a ton of gunfire, and a bunch of yelling, and watching young Professor X getting hurt, then this is the movie for you. Actually, Welcome to the Punch has some good points. There is a twisting plot, some solid acting is here as well. However, it feels like the movie is stuck in a loop. Act/chase/shoot/repeat is basically what goes on for 100 minutes. If you like the actors, you'll enjoy the flick, but it's ok to skip too.

Daniel M (de) wrote: I don't know enough Chinese Ancient History to appreciate this.

Shantel J (br) wrote: It's a pretty good movie.

Jenna I (fr) wrote: IDK, this is a film for very young boys.

Case T (fr) wrote: Very cheesy family fare. Perfect for a 12 year old. And that is about it. Enough said.

James F (kr) wrote: It is a fine flick, and joins the pantheon of great flicks made in Indiana, including Breaking Away and the incomparable Hoosiers. The fact that they are all sports movies is interesting, and I don?t know the reason for that. This one may not quite achieve the heights of Hoosiers, but no other movie does either. I am from an Ohio River town in Indiana not far from Madison, and have been there many times. But I really haven?t watched the speed boat races much so don?t know about the details. I think a lot of the criticism is nit-picking though; they certainly got the major parts right at some trouble and expense. Beyond that, you might as well complain that Shakespeare didn?t get all the details of the Battle of Agincourt right in Henry V. A movie is a work of art, which is an abstraction from reality. That is the whole point. You can like it or not, but I loved it. The casting people should be complimented for hiring some local talent. You won?t find ?Louisville? pronounced that way outside the area; you have to be born to it. And I heard a good Kentucky accent, not uncommon in Southern Indiana but seldom heard in the movies. And the cinematography was outstanding. The beauty of the river, with Madison nestled on the shore at the foot of the hills, was breathtaking. You can?t see it any other way. I was graduating from university in 1971 when the movie was set, and recall that the economy was not the greatest. Maybe Madison was affected more than most at that time. But river traffic has boomed since, due mainly to exports of coal, grain, cement and other bulk cargo, for which water transport is by far the cheapest method. A real river is one that has barge traffic, as God intended. Maybe it was just as well that this movie did not achieve a general release. I am not fond of the idea of people from other parts of the country descending on the Midwest. Let them live in their ignorance is my motto. But I will stop in to Madison again on my next trip home. Trivia: What other movie was made in Madison? Answer: Some Came Running, starring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Shirley MacLaine. Frank hated the time spent in a small Ohio River town, but Dean Martin loved it, since he was from a similar river town, Steubenville Ohio. Why was the Clifty Creek power plant, shown in the opening scene of the movie built? Answer: To supply the large electrical power needs of the Atomic Energy Commission?s uranium enrichment plant in Portsmouth, Ohio. That is now closed, and so the power now goes for civilian use. What species is being restored near Madison? Answer: Bald eagles are nesting again in the cliffs above the river. What are fiddlers? What is a gar? You will have to research those yourself. If you do go to Madison, be sure to allow a couple of hours to visit the Lanier Mansion, and spend the rest of the day walking around the whole historic district. You won?t do better.

James H (fr) wrote: Interesting drama of troubled youth, well developed characters and very nicely acted by the cast. The direction is perceptive. Nice score, well edited. Mischa Barton is particularly good. Disturbing and thought provoking.

Erin G (ca) wrote: Beautifully shot, well acted, but the writing was awful! No character development, no narrative, no link between one scene and the next. Difficult to follow, difficult to watch.

Brian R (au) wrote: Boy meets girl, and boy loses girl--no more and no less than that--in this romantic story. Larenz Tate and Nia Long are fine in the leads (Tate makes a convincingly self-centered boy-man), and director Theodore Witcher aims for his small target and hits it squarely.

Andres P (jp) wrote: un interrogatorio con dos grandes actores, y un final inesperado

Brian P (mx) wrote: didnt like this one...... nope thats for sure

Myles L (ag) wrote: fuck yeah, Gamera! got to watch the sub version next.

Jim E (fr) wrote: A Disney movie unlike any other. It's delightful, funny, and supremely interesting. If you ever have the opportunity to see it, make sure you do. There are several beautiful animated short films weaved into the lighthearted live-action frame story. As a work of art, this film is far from perfect, but it's just such a fascinating and entertaining experience that I'm rating it 100%.