Last Kind Words

Last Kind Words

17-year old Eli moves with his family to the isolated farm of reclusive Waylon, a man whose dark past threatens to overtake him. Eli’s family works to restore the desolate fields, while he becomes fascinated with the forests. While on the farm, Eli meets the mysterious Amanda when she gives him an apple. The next day she extracts a promise from him to avoid the deep woods. Reeling from a violent encounter with his father, one night he breaks this promise and finds her body hanging from a tree.

17-year-old Eli has just moved with his family deep into the backwoods of Kentucky to work on the isolated farm of a local recluse. Inexplicably drawn into the strange forest that lies beyond the farm, Eli encounters the beautiful, sweet and mysterious Amanda, seemingly the perfect girl. But with the discovery of decaying bodies hanging from the trees, he realizes that the forest - and Amanda - are harboring some very dark secrets. Suddenly, Eli is living in a waking nightmare where the lines between life and death are scrawled in blood, and there is no escaping the terror from beyond the grave. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andrew M (es) wrote: The Odd Life of Timothy Green is heartwarming and entertaining. Disney has put a great movie together. This is a great family movie and it will make you cry. Amazing movie! I would very much suggest this movie.

Pedro C (jp) wrote: This movie is too 80's and I never liked this type of comedy. All the impossible situations happen.

Tom T (br) wrote: Fantastic film! Watch if you're an intelligent viewer who's a fan of psychological horror films, though it is probably not a film for the mainstream audience. So you may need a certain acquired taste for B movies.

Justin L (mx) wrote: Pretty good, there were tears at some points, but wish it had more of a twist. Train from Brussels to Amsterdam.

Kimberley F (br) wrote: It was like this film was attempting to say several different things, but never quite got there. It was quite a short film as well. I feel that it needed development, and was more like a poorly edited documentary. The characters were fun, you had the filming they were a bit like that in real life.

Patrick W (gb) wrote: Based on the true story of George Jung, the man who established the American cocaine market in the 1970s. Pretty crazy to think this is a true story, but the drug trade is a helluva thing. Awesome, awesome movie. Despite what you think about Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow, this is the best performance of his career to date. The script and feel of the film perfectly capture the chaos of being one of the "big whigs" in the drug trade. Right up there with Scarface in terms of "drug trade crime films." Do not miss this one.

Jules W (de) wrote: I went to this movie with a girl who LOVED IT. we never spoke again.

Alistair G (mx) wrote: Never seen it but pretty sure its 5 stars

Ola G (ru) wrote: In the late 21st century, an interstellar war between humans (the Bilateral Terran Alliance, or BTA) and Dracs (a reptilian humanoid race) is fought. Battles are periodically fought between fighter spacecraft. During one such battle, human pilot Willis E. Davidge (Dennis Quaid) and Drac pilot Jeriba Shigan (Louis Gossett Jr.) engage in a dogfight which results in both crash-landing on Fyrine IV, an alien world uninhabited by intelligent life, with two moons, a breathable atmosphere, water and native fauna. After initial hostilities, the two eventually learn to cooperate to survive. They work together to build a shelter for protection against meteorite storms, a natural phenomenon that periodically strikes the planet. Over the next three years, they overcome their differences to cooperate and survive..."Enemy Mine" is a 1985 science fiction drama film directed by Wolfgang Petersen based on the story of the same name by Barry B. Longyear. The film began production in Budapest in April 1984 under the direction of Richard Loncraine, who quickly ran into "creative differences" with producer Stephen J. Friedman and executives at 20th Century Fox; the project was shut down after a week of shooting. Wolfgang Petersen then took over as director and reshot Loncraine's scenes after moving the production to Munich. Originally budgeted at $17 million, Enemy Mine eventually cost more than $40 million after marketing costs were factored in, and was a disappointment at the box office during the 1985 holiday season, earning only $12.3 million. The president of Fox's marketing department felt the film was an "extremely difficult movie to market", that its story of two species evolving from enemies to friends made the science fiction picture less about the technology used to film it and more "along the lines of brotherhood." This was epitomized by the film's tagline: "Enemies because they were taught to be, allies because they had to be, brothers because they dared to be." The studio pushed the film with a full marketing blitz: On the Sunday before Thanksgiving, full-page advertisements ran in 43 of the largest newspapers in the United States. Meanwhile, Fox arranged for a "network roadblock": three 30-second television commercials ran at virtually the same prime time moment on what were then the three television networks. Still that same day, 3,500 theatrical trailers were shipped to theaters across America and 164 of the nation's biggest shopping malls were covered with posters for the film. The campaign received some critical scorn from those in the industry. The poster, with the two leads staring at each other, was singled out for failing to convey the warmth of the story. A marketing head at another studio called it "one of the worst of the year, really terrible. There was a way to make the movie much more palatable." Roger Ebert gave the film 2 1?2 out of 4 stars, saying it "made no compromises in its art direction, its special effects and its performances - and then compromised everything else in sight." Janet Maslin of The New York Times referred to it as "This season's Dune", referring to the critically panned science fiction epic from the previous year. Variety magazine called it "an anthropomorphic view of life but touching nonetheless." "Enemy Mine" has been on my to see list since it came out and Im not sure why I didnt see it then. The storyline is so very current and alive with two enemies finding the core of their humanity and realising that theres no reason or understanding for them being enemies. With that said, the production itself suffered from problems from the start and thats never a good sign. The special effects are good in some cases, pretty poor in other. Theres too many bad green screen moments and the general production design looks a bit wobbly. Then again in 1985 I reckon it was pretty good and moviegoer in general most have felt it looked authentic. However, the gem in the film is the bond that develops between the sworn enemies Davidge and Jeriba. Dennis Quaid is ok, but the fake beard and hair is not convincing. While Louis Gossett Jr. is simply magnificent and unrecognisable as "Jerry". A true performance and heads up to the make up department. "Enemy Mine" is an ok sci-fi flick, but the storyline of two enemies becoming true friends is the hero (despite some Hollywood sappiness), not everything else around it.

NeCrO (gb) wrote: Close to porn when I was 12

JohnnyLee T (fr) wrote: The chumminess between the suspect, his girlfriend, the detective on the case and his wife stretches credibility. Without the stars and the great direction, this would have made a two-bit piece of pulp fiction . The violent reputation of the hero and the fear those around him feel is an unusual premise.

Sonny H (ru) wrote: Better than Saw 4 but nothing to rave about. The story was more basic and less confusing but there was still questions not answered and the acting wasn't as good as the previous instalments. I give this film 5/10.

Serge L (it) wrote: The movie is not super hilarious, just pleasantly fun all along. At first, it seems contrived to follow the three heroes somewhat excited and competing for something that should not, but after some time, we start to believe in the possibility. Past that point, we feel more a love than a desire for hilarity. It is a nice cuddly movie that made me feel thhere is hope for the human race. Unfortunately, the reality and global warming will probably eliminate many of these so extraordinairy flying animals.

Brian O (au) wrote: Funniest damn part is the fight in the strip club. Lol

Bill H (ca) wrote: The best film of 2015.

Bud L (nl) wrote: Not worth watching at all