Follow the remarkable Martin family from their beginnings circumnavigating as a family of four on a 25' sail boat to their most recent sailing journey to the arctic circle. Their story ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Follow the remarkable Martin family from their beginnings circumnavigating as a family of four on a 25' sail boat to their most recent sailing journey to the arctic circle. Their story ...
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Brad S (au) wrote: Visually stunning and tonally interesting, but the story is so cryptic and unstructured that I just couldn't get connected to it in any substantial manner. It dances around its subtext in such a weird and taunting way. But the performances from the young cast are strong and feel authentic.
John A (gb) wrote: A very 'used' situation, but with a enough new energy to make this worth watching. The second transmission was just great!
Bry W (jp) wrote: Hallowe'en viewing, 2015
Ava B (es) wrote: This film is awesome it's a number one for watching '?'?
M H (us) wrote: This is a poorly acted, hideously boring, incredibly pretentious and preachy piece of garbage about the glories of the free market. I would hope that ideologues would not love it because it's Rand. I hope that they would hate it because it is from a technical standpoint utterly inept at its very best. If they made Liberalism: the Movie that had the production value of an 80s made-for-tv movie, I'd be more than a little insulted. The problem with any message movie, whether the message be "the power of love" or "that money is awesome", is that in trying to either convert the sheeple or preach to the converted, they usually in their earnestness forget to entertain. I do however look forward to the filmmakers first post-Rand project: The Wealth of Nations Part I.
Smerlene N (kr) wrote: omg i saw this mad scary
Charles P (ru) wrote: Simply put, there are not enough good jokes.
Brittany D (jp) wrote: Bizzare to say the least. As much as I love Alan Rickman in all that he does, and don't get me wrong, his acting ability will never fail him as he is just far superior than any other in this disaster of a film, I have to say that this was quite possibly the worst movie
Edgar C (fr) wrote: Amazing. The "dude" of insightful stillness in modern American filmmaking makes a visually attractive, black-and-white masterpiece about situational randomness, a vehicle fully propelled by naturalism (contrary to Dead Man ) and varied characters. It's a perfect example to prove that complexity lies hidden in simplicity."I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!"97/100
Alex S (de) wrote: Not as good as the 2009 version.
Brad S (fr) wrote: I actually quite enjoyed this one, not sure why it didn't get better reviews. I didn't guess the twist ending, laughed, and was entertained overall. Tough to go wrong with Russell, Baruchel, Stamp and Dillon. Give it a try!
Anna B (au) wrote: I just, I can't forgive Stewart in this the way I forgive him in Rear Window. While the romance there is gross but background noise, here it's front, centre, and integral to the film, and watching Novak (who also has no idea what she's doing) go limp under the touch of the befuddled geriatric's liver-spotted fingers is decidedly unpleasant. I like a lot about this movie, from the slow pace to the gorgeous colours to the creepy atmosphere. But the actors, and that idiotic plot twist (and the exposition dump that reveals it) make it a hard one for me to love.