With her husband jailed for Wall Street-based fraud, Faith has to leave behind her luxury life in New York to return home to North Carolina and the widower father and dutiful older sister she left behind. Together, they have to deal with the buried emotions of sudden death of Faith’s mother years ago, and learn to be a family again. Like the Prodigal story, Heart of the Country is a tale of a father’s unconditional love. He simply wants a relationship with his children, and once that relationship is restored, he begins to create healing for his broken daughter. Her marriage has to be rebuilt, her belief in herself, and her peace with her mother’s death all come together through the quiet, selfless guidance of her loving father. The novel, written by Rene Gutteridge from the original screenplay by filmmaker John Ward, takes us from the glamour of Manhattan to the open beauty of the fields of rural Columbus County, North Carolina as the timeless tale of the Prodigal Son is reborn!
The story of a girl who abandoned her family for the big city, returns home to the heart of the country. She finds values and love there that her life was missing. You can always go home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Steven M (ag) wrote: so silly lol i want my dollar back!
Arafat H (de) wrote: Another good movie besides Hotel Rwanda about genocide of Rwanda. Sad n depressing.
Kevin S (gb) wrote: This is a great pseudo-documentary that the "Asian chasin' Caucasians" should definitely see!
Cory W (us) wrote: Funny movie. Made in Regina (so, so flat).
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Adam R (it) wrote: (First viewing - Late teen years)
Carolyn G (de) wrote: Probably Meg Ryan's best performance ever. This film made me cry consistently throughout, with even the Tina Majorino and Mae Whitman turning in heartrending performances.
Frances O (gb) wrote: in the thick of my Winona phase
Dave J (gb) wrote: Tuesday, October 11, 2011 (1973) Hell Up in Harlem ACTION Consider first, the time the film was made when New York City was one of the most dangerous cities to live, with alot of corruption happening around, law enforcements and elected mayors were doing unethical things they weren't supposed to do. Up comes Fred Williamson as Tommy Gibbs who has all the names and records of all the corrupted officials who're involved, using this information to take control of all the drug trafficking and the dealings happening around the streets of Harlem, an area dominated by African Americans with alot of illegal activity going on, usually unsupervised by the city! Gibbs lets his dad handle part of the sections around NYC with his son Tommy handling the rest and the real heat doesn't happen until an hour later! Directed by low budget director Larry Cohen, this film could've been better, but with low production values, fake action sequences, and plenty of second rate acting, can make ones experience to be quite bad and could've been decent had Larry Cohen gotten more money for this film, but made the most of what the studio can give him! The funky soundtrack is pretty good too, but can only carry a film so far! 2 out of 4
Gustavo T (jp) wrote: Lynch certainly knew where he was going from the beginning. A disturbingly fascinating approach to adulthood. As if Buuel had made a film for the Universal-monsters era.
Grant S (de) wrote: Clint Eastwood's career low-point...until the sequel.Not necessarily the worst movie Clint Eastwood ever made, but it must be close to to it. No, a career low-point because he chose to be in it. The script alone, and the fact that his co-star is an orangutan, should have tipped him off that this movie was not going to be anything more than mediocre. He should have listened to WC Fields: "Never work with animals or children".The money must have been good.Quite silly, lowest common denominator stuff. Pointless, random, hole-filled plot. The whole aim seems to be to get to the next fight scene.And then, two years later, Eastwood appeared in the sequel, Any Which Way You Can...
Sean F (us) wrote: Minority Report is a movie directed by Stephen Spielberg and stars Tom Cruise, if you weren't already interested, this movie is amazing. This film showcases another great movie based off of a Phillip K Dick novel and is the best one since Blade Runner. This also shows Tom Cruise's best performace until Collateral two years later. Spielberg did incredible work with this movie and in 2002, was his best movie since Saving Private Ryan. Solid Awesometacular.
Farah R (gb) wrote: It seemed to go on forever. This disappointing biopic about musical legend Hank Williams is as unfocused as it is unimpressive. Also possibly the worst performance by Tom Hiddleston in a motion picture. I Saw The Light doesn't form a coherent timeline and bounces from one point to another making it extremely frustrating to watch.