Frank, a single man raising his child prodigy niece Mary, is drawn into a custody battle with his mother.

Frank Adler (Chris Evans) is a single man raising a child prodigy - his spirited young niece Mary (Mckenna Grace) in a coastal town in Florida. Frank's plans for a normal school life for Mary are foiled when the seven-year-old's mathematical abilities come to the attention of Frank's formidable mother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) whose plans for her granddaughter threaten to separate Frank and Mary. Octavia Spencer plays Roberta, Frank and Mary's landlady and best friend. Jenny Slate is Mary's teacher, Bonnie, a young woman whose concern for her student develops into a connection with her uncle as well. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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WS W (es) wrote: It was a highly acclaimed film from Australia. Not my thing at all, unfortunately.

Christina H (ru) wrote: Watched: 21 Dec 2014

Kale H (kr) wrote: A good siege movie with loads of blood and gore but a bit slow and weak in areas. Overall an entertaining flick worth checking out if you are not opposed to some limb hacking and skull splitting.

Fiona F (es) wrote: Ohisashi buri! Its been 2003 since the last Daisousasen was filmed. Time really wears on th leading actor Yuji Oda and his acting is no longer intriguing...Japanese's can make scary movie so scary is because they are good with building intensity and tension with music and plain contrasting colours and let your own imagination do the rest...I am a bit scared at one point that I shut my eyes...(this is not a scary movie though). The story was quite strong for the first 120 mins...but the 21 mins ending is dodgy and weak...

Richard V (ag) wrote: A decent tongue in cheek mystery in the vein of noir films about a high school reporter who discovers a vast conspiracy in his school after a seemingly open and shut case brings down the class president for stealing the SATs.

Susan B (jp) wrote: This was a little uneven but had many good bits and ended very strongly. Lots of good British wit and sweetly romantic.

Simon D (nl) wrote: Not bad, some creative character creations but it's not that funny really and the main characters are voiced by Adam Sandler and Selena Gomez.

JeanPaul F (de) wrote: It can be debated whether these two fall in love or not, but that just goes to show how well the characters are developed and the story flows. This is an excellent indi film that could even charm certain indi haters.

Matt R (us) wrote: The definitive guilty pleasure movie, 'Armageddon' abandons all logic and plausibility in favor of oil rig workers turned astronauts in a couple weeks, machine-gun wielding asteroid rovers, and fiery explosions in the vacuum of outer space. All of this is in addition to other common "Bayisms": racist stereotypes of characters, a terrible romance, and humor that consistently misses the mark. It all becomes so absurd by the third act that the nonsense stops being a mark against the movie and starts being its lifeblood. This a disaster movie that is more fantasy than anything else; a film for which any viewer with half a brain must completely suspend their disbelief to enjoy.

Boisram M (mx) wrote: y tu mama tambien is a remake of this movie...a shame i didn't see it before the other...

Alexander C (br) wrote: Absolute hat....................

Ma T (jp) wrote: it's the FIRST MOVIE i saw with my friend SHERRIN...

Marie L (jp) wrote: shirley M. great and beautiful. plot great, better than Ocean11

Anthony I (it) wrote: Nothing brings people together quite like the tragedy of Hiroshima.My God, it might just be the greatest love story ever told. What an intense, orgasmic cinematic experience. Forgotten memories are the most haunting aspect of our psyche. Love and pain intertwine so much. No other movie merges the two quite better than this one. Forget about all the political implications. It's marvelous from beginning to end.

Lenny R (ru) wrote: The last one was the best one since the first one, but this one is by far the worst one.

Edward C (fr) wrote: Fanboys(2009)Starring:Sam Huntington, Chris Marquette, Dan Fogler, Jay Baruchel, Kristen Bell, Seth Rogen, William Shatner, Carrie Fisher, Ethan Suplee, Christopher McDonald, Danny Trejo, Billy Dee Williams, Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, Zak Knutson, Ray Park, Danny McBride, and Allie GrantDirected By:Kyle NewmanReviewTHE SAGAS BIGGEST FANS ON THE GALAXIES GREATEST MISSIONNEVER TELL THE ODDSYou know this movie defines my life in a nutshell, just a bunch of geeky ass fanboys wanting to see Star Wars movies, who love star wars and would probably do something like this if any one of us, was dying of cancer. I have never even been to a midnight screening for a Star Wars flick, but when that day comes I'm going to remember this movie because I am a Fanboy.The film revolves around a bunch of Star Wars fanboys Eric, Linus, Hutch, Windows and one fangirl named Zoe, when they find out Linus is diagnosed with cancer they all band together to complete a dream they had ever since they were in high school to go to the Skywalker Ranch so they can all watch Star Wars: Episode I-The Phantom Menace before it's release.I found this to be a love letter to any star wars fan or any fanboy in particular cause the characters pursue this movie because Star Wars is their passion and they all want to watch it together because it's what brought them together in the first place. Any fan of Marvel, Dc, Anime, and especially Star Wars would want to do this with their friends if they found out one was dying or was sick.The thing that sticks out to me most in the film are all the cameos, Eric as a character, windows,and all the absurdity of this mission they have dedicated themselves too, the film also pokes fun at Star Trek and I found that to be a lot of fun considering I like both franchises but I like Star Wars a lot better of course.As you can probably already tell I love the story for this film about a group of friends going to the Skywalker Ranch to see episode I before their friends passing, cause as a fan of Star Wars should feel during this picture is warm in the heart by doing everything you can to watch a film to a franchise you love before your friend passes away, that is touching. Because every Star Wars fan would want to see it before it's release.The movie does achieve it's goal cause when I laughed, I laughed really hard, but it didn't make laugh too much in the film but the things that kept me entertained were the characters, the situations, overall story and cameos.The performances are not all that great either I did like most of them, however I didn't like Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, or David Denman. I enjoyed everyone else but my favorite performances have to be from Sam Huntington and Jay Baruchel.The direction was surprisingly good but isn't great work, the film is just carried by the performances and great writing by Ernest Cline, Adam F. Goldberg, and Dan Pulick.The film as a whole does come together for me, I've noticed a lot of people don't like this movie but you know what I'm not ashamed to say I freaking love this film,it has some really great funny moments while very few numbers,it has good performances, it has great writing and I am THE FANBOY, so you know what, I love this film, I give Fanboys a four out of five.

Harper C (ca) wrote: Not as good as the previous movies but still entertaining

Dave Z (es) wrote: Totally underrated hospital-slasher subgenre piece with Michael Ironside crafting the wonderfully villainous persona that would become something of a trademark. There is a calm and collected, but slowly deteriorating sickness to his character that is fascinating and terrifying. Lots of well-crafted suspense setpieces here. I can't believe I passed it over at the old mom and pop store so many times as a kid.