I Am Sam

I Am Sam

Sam has the mental capacity of a 7-year-old. He has a daughter with a homeless woman who abandons them when they leave the hospital, leaving Sam to raise Lucy on his own. But as Lucy grows up, Sam's limitations start to become a problem and the authorities take her away. Sam shames high-priced lawyer Rita into taking his case pro bono and in turn teaches her the value of love and family.

One day, an usual schoolman who is not very proficent suddenly receives a lot of money to tutor Eun Byul, the daughter of a nortorious ganland man. He has to make Eun Byul become a excellent girl. Can he succeed? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Zaid A (mx) wrote: based on true events. art like film.

Alex K (it) wrote: My Favorite Action Film Is 1988's Die Hard.

Jonathon N (mx) wrote: (Hugo Weaving's favorite Australian film.)

Farah R (ru) wrote: An interesting idea but the terrible acting and visual effects ruin the movie all together.

Luke H (jp) wrote: This was a good movie.

Andrew T (kr) wrote: For those of you who know Anais Nin then you will probably know to expect a lot of sex when seeing this movie. For others, prepare yourself. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I actually really liked this film, though if you go to rottentomatoes, you will see a score of 0%. While I still would prefer reading Nin to seeing her on the screen, I believe her charm and poetry is captured for the most part in the film adaption. While their is a lot of sex, I don't think it ever reaches the point of being unnecessary or purely for shock. You pass throught the film like a dream, meeting characters along the way and then seeing them drift away, only to eventually be shattered by the start of WWII. In a similiar fashion to Moulin Rouge, this film paints a time period that is very difficult to do, and won I personally would adore to visit, if not for the start of WWII. I give this film a 9.10, for being the scandelous baby of The Dreamers and The Notebook.

Jake P (ru) wrote: It's a cute romantic film but it's not cute enough to like. I enjoy Dolly but that's about it.

Jonathan G (de) wrote: Sexy courthouse thriller. Is there really such a genre? A twisting crime caper with Harrison Ford and a solid cast. Slow story telling, but entertaining. Rating: 7 / 10

Muhammad O (es) wrote: The Good: - One of Amitabh's best work of his life at least to me. The Bad: - the story could have been much better. After all it became somewhat typical movie at the end.

Andres V (mx) wrote: Interesting set up for a story but very, very far from Lang's best, narratively or visually. It does smell as if being his last project for the studio before going back to Germany he rushed the thing more than a bit...

Luke G (de) wrote: Hilarious. Even funnier if you play video games.

Eric R (au) wrote: Robert Mitchum stars as Matt Calder, a quiet farmer who lives with his son on their farm One day they rescue a couple on their honeymoon, Harry and Kay Weston who have lost control of their raft on the nearby river. Harry is professional gambler who has to hurry to the nearest town for a claim he won in a poker game. This leads to him to assault Matt, taking his horse and rifle while leaving his wife behind. Without his weapon Calder cannot protect himself or his boy from a pending Indian attack so along with Kay Weston, they begin a treacherous journey downstream. Otto Preminger's only western, River of No Return is a flawed story that leans on its strengths to create a strong film. By strengths I mean Otto Preminger's direction and the character of Matt Calder. Probably the best aspect of this film is the treatment of Matt Calder. The story unravels his past and his beliefs in a very natural way and his character just feels very real and dimensioned. The sexual tension throughout the film between Mitchum and Monroe is fun to watch and what Monroe lacks in acting ability she makes up in sex appeal for sure. Mitchum's character looks at Monroe as just another pretty yet dumb girl and the ever changing dynamic of the two is the highlight. Given that the character of Matt Calder is very much a quiet, man of the land type setting the film during the Gold Rush really creates a great mirror for the character, as the world around him is full of greed and only cares about money. I think my biggest problem with the film is just that it bogs down in the middle and the story surrounding these characters just isn't particularly interesting.

Nick J (ag) wrote: So cheap and tacky, but I was hooked almost immediately!