Hold Your Peace
Hold Your Peace is the story of Aiden, a man asked to be the best man at his ex-boyfriend's commitment ceremony. Rather than risk going alone, he finds the most unlikely of dates in his roommate's more 'stereotypical' friend, Lance. As time goes on, he discovers that things are far more complex than he thought he could handle. A gay romantic comedy with a lot of heart, it explores how we all decide who we're going to spend our lives with, and what happens when we try to deny what's really in our hearts.
- Stars:Chad Ford, Scott Higgins, Aleisha Force, Tyler Brockington, Blair Dickens, Jon Christie, Skai Dabney, Ryan Harper Gray, Lloyd Guerrero, Todd Jenkins, Melissa Jobe, Bradley Johnson, Devonric Johnson, Cam Kirkpatrick, Melissa McCurley,
- Director:Wade McDonald,
- Writer:Wade McDonald
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(ru) wrote: This is one of those good concept films that is fairly entertaining but could have been so much better as an assassination attempt is filmed through the point of view of 5 different people as the president makes a dangerous public appearance to deliver a speech on the war against terror
(mx) wrote: This only just scrapes two stars because of some of the cast and a few soulful moments but on the whole this is pretentious wank. So many rediculous lines.
(br) wrote: Wow, this was god-awful. And as others have said, it actually started out really promising. But the moment he accepts the job, it starts to go downhill in one hell of a hurry, and hits rock bottom when you get to an island full of natives. I think I can say everything that needs to be said about the portrayal of said natives when I tell you that two of the natives are played by Abe Vigoda and Nathan Lane. At some point Meg Ryan - in the least irritating of *three* roles she plays in this thing - takes time out from the plot to read an encyclopedia article that explains how the natives are descended from romans ... or something, god knows even then my attention was struggling to find reasons to follow along... I don't know if they thought this would sneakily remove any ability to complain about the alarming level of racism from the first sight of the natives, but seeing as the natives are a mish-mash of past racist portrayals of racists, with whooping and grass skirts and clothing made from white-man trash (in this case orange soda cans) and wacky rituals and of course a grasp of english along the levels of the native indians in an old cowboy movie. It got physically painful at that point, but I was *so close* to the end, I suffered through it. And then the end came and I felt like I'd just suffered through 20 minutes more of being flogged just so I could experience a burning brand shoved up my ..... well. Let's just say that when the volcano bit happens, I pretty much just threw up my hands and sat watching the 2 minutes or so left till the credits hating everyone involved.Seriously though, who cast Meg Ryan in 3 parts, and who encouraged her to play that second character like she did? It was so irritating a character that I picked up a book at that point and read until it was over. I still have no idea what happened between when he goes on a shopping spree and ends up on the boat. And... I don't care.
(us) wrote: The characters aren't as fleshed out as Kurosawa's later films, and this movie doesn't have anything as influential as them. It still has his trademark type of cinematography, though, with shots of the sky and such. The story and movie just aren't that great, and around 20 minutes were lost. Watch some of his famous films, if you have heard of this without for some reason, first if you plan on watching this.
(de) wrote: Worst film I seen Robert De Niro play in bad role for 50 cent he only good at gangsta roles
(ru) wrote: Unpleasant exploitation nonsense with production values no better than a 1970's home movie.Garbage.
(it) wrote: a fairly by the number corporate cover up movie good acting but not enough character development for Michael Clayton ironically the name of the movie is a character that is never fully explored
(gb) wrote: Top Gun is one of the most beloved 80s movies.It's also one of the most overrated movies ever made.Oh wow, someone's dissing Top Gun.The real dogfight at the end was awesome and Goose's death provided some good thematic material.But then there was that pointless romance.Uggggg.No more is needed to be said, it's bad.