I Accuse My Parents
Ignored by his alcoholic parents, Jimmy Wilson starts hanging around with some shady characters. After falling in love with a lounge singer, Jimmy tries to impress her by doing jobs for her shady boss. After one of these jobs goes bad, Jimmy ends up on the run. Eventually, he must confront the truth, his past, and his parents. The judge cites parental neglect in the case of a teenager (John Miljan) charged with murder.
- Stars:Mary Beth Hughes, Robert Lowell, John Miljan, Vivienne Osborne, George Meeker, Edward Earle, George Lloyd, Patricia Knox, Florence Johnson, Richard Bartell,
- Director:Sam Newfield,
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I Accuse My Parents torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: A surprisingly decent indie film revolving around different-age relationships, career second-guessing, and literature, lots of literature. However I still can't stop seeing that there's so much of Radnor's previous role of Ted Mosby in Jesse Fischer. Aside from Radnor sort of typecasting himself in his own feature film, Liberal Arts is also a medium for Elizabeth Reaser to prove wonderfully that she can actually act and that she wasn't just that vampire stepmother from Twilight.
(ag) wrote: Not as funny as I thought it would be. Very disappointing.
(ca) wrote: ha ha kim gave this movie a good review!
(nl) wrote: a pretty good movie but I hate all the drug and sex references. I mean really, I know it's rated R but still, who needs to hear that? Two great actors (Jake Gyllenhaal and Jared Leto) in a great movie(except for what I mentioned above)
(jp) wrote: This movie will always remind me of college. A bit of comedy, a bit of drama. Good cast, good soundtrack. Highly quotable.
(br) wrote: Major Payne is no masterpeice but it is a good shift from alot of the more serious military films out there. it is pretty funny, slightly heart warming film with descent characters which take you on an adequete adventure. id reccomend it to people who arent so picky about the quality of their films.
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(jp) wrote: I was totally confused by this movie until about half way through, and it finally makes some sense in the end. There is good horror movie gore in this one, but the story isn't very good, and the end is predictable. Overall, it's a so-so film.
(kr) wrote: Sean Connery's final appearance as bond, not bad for a remake of a sequel (Thunderball).
(au) wrote: A schlocky little horror film that is startlingly reminiscent of films by Roger Corman. True it is undeniably corny, but there are some great laughs as well as shocks to be found here.
(gb) wrote: Cheesy quirky romance involving traditional Stewart and a witchful Novak.
(it) wrote: This movie shows the precarious nature of race in the United States and what people will do to remain what they are not to avoid stigma and degradation. Amazing for its time.
(ru) wrote: This is what happens when there's no footy on a Saturday. I end up wasting the afternoon away watching rubbish like this. This has very little, if anything at all, to recommend about it as its really just a collection of unfunny scenes edited together rather then a coherent story. Not one of their best and really should be avoided.
(us) wrote: This is a great movie. It reminds me that US had hard time more than once and they were not so long ago. Sometimes people's minds stick where they have been and only blood can move them forward. Portrayal of the Southern community is remarkable.