Heaven Help Us
Sixteen-year-old Michael Dunn arrives at St. Basil's Catholic Boys School in Brooklyn circa 1965. There, he befriends all of the misfits in his class as they collide with the repressive faculty and discover the opposite sex as they come of age.
- Stars:Donald Sutherland, John Heard, Andrew McCarthy, Mary Stuart Masterson, Kevin Dillon, Malcolm Danare, Jennifer Dundas, Kate Reid, Wallace Shawn, Jay Patterson, George Anders, Dana Barron, John Bentley, Imogene Bliss, Philip Bosco,
- Director:Michael Dinner,
- Writer:Charles Purpura
A new transfer student to St. Basil's Boys' Prep School tries to fit in while romantically pursuing a troubled young girl. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Heaven Help Us torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Just awful in every way, horrible acting + questionable humor + very weak plot = horrible movie.I was surprised by the # of pretty big name actors and Celebrities..
(jp) wrote: A documentary about he Norwegian black metal scene, it works well as a inside peek into the history of the scene, without passing any judgments.
(us) wrote: has no idea what it is... bad acting... flat story..... ugh
(es) wrote: A very interesting film that wouldn't have worked as well with anyone else leading it other then Christian Slater who really digs deep to give what is probably his most serious performance as a office employee who wants to shoot up his co-workers but is beaten to it by a fellow member of staff.Like I said earlier Slater is extremely intense and the film is so much better for it, some of the symbolism seemed slightly overdone but in the end this is an extremely interesting piece of work that wil probably find its way into my collection for Christian Slater's performance alone.
(kr) wrote: I thought this was a very good film. About the right length and well shot with some very decent acting. Timothy Spall's performance was superb. You can not help but empathise with his character. An excellent British film. Strongly recommended
(fr) wrote: innocent when you dream
(fr) wrote: my alltime favorite as a child....christian bale as Jum-Jum...he was great even back then.....
(ca) wrote: Such a bizarre experience to finally get to see this film so many years after the silent era. When it was releases in the 40s, film critics rejoiced at Eisenstein's mind-blowing work.
(br) wrote: A little melodramatic at times, but the drama is the point. It's about a broken marriage underneath a facade of elegance. And Ophls delivers a great drama.
(de) wrote: A flick that made me paranoid while watching it...
(au) wrote: It works as a spin-off but not as a stand-alone feature film.