I Used to Be Darker
When Taryn, a Northern Irish runaway, finds herself in trouble in Ocean City, MD, she seeks refuge with her aunt and uncle in Baltimore. But Kim and Bill have problems of their own: they’re trying to handle the end of their marriage gracefully for the sake of their daughter Abby, just home from her first year of college. A story of family revelations, people finding each other and letting each other go, looking for love where they’ve found it before and, when that doesn’t work, figuring out where they might find it next.
- Stars:Deragh Campbell, Hannah Gross, Ned Oldham, Kim Taylor, Nicholas Petr, Geoff Grace, John Belanger, Jack Carneal, Juan Eloy Carrera, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Blake Pruitt, Declan Sammon, Ellis Woodward, Jimi Zhivago,
- Director:Matthew Porterfield,
- Writer:Amy Belk (screenplay), Matthew Porterfield (screenplay)
A runaway seeks refuge with her aunt and uncle in Baltimore and finds their marriage ending and her cousin in crisis. In the days that follow, the family struggles to let go of the past while searching for new things to hold onto. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
I Used to Be Darker torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: It was a strange movie to say the least, mainly because the plot was a little or a lot weird. I can't even explain the weirdness, it was over the top weird.
(ru) wrote: Sensual yeah. But who the hell are you supposed to side with?!?!
(it) wrote: Atonement suffers from the "Full Metal Jacket" problem. The first half at the Tallis mansion is a brilliantly made, tightly constructed, and well paced. The second half is a disastrous mess that is so drawn out and poorly paced I really couldn't believe it. There are so many holes and baffling sections that is "explained" in the end scene, but in a way that feels like a cheat more than an answer. The film is also soul crushingly sad, so watch with caution.
(it) wrote: I should have of known better since I was renting a random movie from Stop and Shop's "Redbox" but I found out the hard way. This movie was, let's say, not so good. Movies about serial killers are appealing. Moives about why serial killers are serial killers is slightly more appealing. Apparently I have been misled. The acting in this movie was laughable, especially the role of Dahmer's father, who is unfortunately the main character. The most annoying part though is the teasing. A lot of things are suggested in the movie about Dahmer's past but we either don't find out if their are true or not or we don't learn anything more about them at all. The flashbacks could have been really interesting but instead they were blurry, the audio was weird and they were brief.The ending is also lame.
(us) wrote: A funny film about a hideous nanny who makes 5 naughty children into 5 good children and she turns beautiful. Emma Thompson is brilliant in this film and I really enjoyed her acting and everyone else's too. There are a lot of jokes in this film which made me laugh quite a bit. However I didn't like Colin Firth in this film. I never really enjoy him or his acting I thought there was often a grin on his face throughout the sad moments in this film. But Nanny McPhee was still good, maybe not great but good enough to a lot of people.
(it) wrote: The one major flaw with this one is the same as in most documentaries: it is really static and stationary. Besides that, this a semi-interesting work that shows Al-Jazeera's perspective on themselves, their work and their representation of the oft-maligned Arab world.
(br) wrote: It gets much better in the second half, but it feels like it takes forever to get to the movie you want to enjoy.
(fr) wrote: dually projected into this weird union that was fascinating, experimental, and all too fabulous. i loved the risks it took and the people warhol chooses to present. it truly is incredible to watch. and a pleasure. even at 3 hours and thirty minutes.
(ca) wrote: A quite enjoyable thriller. The plot line is nothing special but well executed and the good acting by the two main characters makes the movie quite enjoyable. The chemistry between Morgan and Worthington is good and their individual performances are even better. They deliver what they were payed for. A similar statement can be made for Chloe Grace Moretz. While this isn't her best performance it is still a very intense and deep performance. The only disruptive thing is the side story that goes on and draws attention away from the main plot. While it is slightly connected to the main story line it makes the plot seem rather less important. If the focus would've stayed more on Morgan and Worthington's story line the movie could've gotten even more intense and unfold more carefully. This way we can never really feel for the characters and while the story line is good the emotions stay away. All in all we can say that while we have a solid story and acting the feelings and emotions of the movie are mostly absent and the other elements are rather average therefore we can justify the weak 3 star rating.
(br) wrote: While overlaying Wu Tang Clan to stylized martial arts combat may be an incredible spectacle, it loses appeal the moment we're introduced to the writing and acting of The RZA.