Laurel Canyon

Laurel Canyon

Laurel Canyon focuses on Sam and Alex, a pair of upper-middle class lovebirds from the East Coast who relocate to Los Angeles. Enter Jane, Sam's estranged mother, a successful record producer, who's more than willing to put the couple up in her lavish digs. As Sam and Alex settle in at Jane's, they gradually lose their straight-and-narrow approach to life and begin to experiment.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:103 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:jealousy,   band,   fight,  

When an uptight young man and his fiancee move into his libertine mother's house, the resulting clash of life attitudes shakes everyone up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sophie (kr) wrote: Must see. The world cannot sustain animal agriculture- let's make a change

Wilman A (br) wrote: very good religious movie. brought the sensitive issue about diversity of religious. dialogue delivered by French language. although there is only small number of dialogue but every meaning and plot delivered successfully. deep, original and pure movie. very inspirational and heartbreaking. the ending delivered smooth and blur but i think that is the best way movie like this end the story which is neglect the violance aspect.although this movie didn`t provide violance scene we can still feel the tense and depression feeling. take us deeply into our life to implement the meaning of this movie. the story have no intent to pride and self-righteous one religious or another but to inspire us by one of the real story of humanism. based on true story movie in North Africa at 1990`s.

Jonathan M (it) wrote: As far as independent horror films go, this one is basically the dictionary definition of "okay". The concept of the movie seems fresh enough, but it was ultimately ruined by not delivering a haunting atmosphere akin to something like 'Grave Encounters', another low-budget psych ward horror flick (that I highly recommend). I personally think the found-footage gimmick would have actually helped this movie quite a bit. Just insert a guy filming special features for the movie the characters in the film are making and have him accidentally capture creepy shit. Sure, it would be a copy of 'Grave Encounters', but maybe that's not such a bad thing. In any case, 'Dark Feed' is entertaining enough to sit back and laugh at I guess. Simply put, I've definitely seen worse, and better.

Alex r (kr) wrote: Loosely based on the Columbine High School Massacre, Heart of America is a train wreck of a film directed by Uwe Boll. Boll has had the reputation of being one of the worst directors working today, and I'll admit I did enjoy a few of his films, however this is among one of his debut films, and the execution of the film is one that is poor, and it is over the top ridiculous. Boll in recent years has been better, especially his recent efforts, Rampage and Assault on Wall Street. However with Heart of America, it's easy to see why he is a director who has polarized viewers with his work. The film takes a tragedy, and dumbs it down to low Budget, B movie trash, and every actor just overacts in their roles. The script is poorly fleshed out, the cast are poorly chosen, and the direction is sloppy. I always thought that Boll was the type of director who needs to mess it up many times before hand before he can actually make something at least worth seeing. Heart of America could have succeeded at being a great drama, but it ends failing because the script I felt was underdeveloped and the cast were boring, and tried too hard with lacking material. The result is a film that doesn't satisfy and you clearly that Boll's heart was in the right place in trying to make a good feature, but like his legacy has shown, of the nearly thirty features he has made, only four are actually worth seeing. Avoid this film and if you're looking for two great dramas that are based on school shootings, there is Gus Van Sant's Elephant, which is based on the Columbine events that is a far superior work, and Dennis Villeneuve's Polytechnique which is based on the 1989 Montreal University shooting. Both films are great and capture the tragedy in a brutal, yet subtle way. Heart of America is just a disjointed effort that tries far too hard at making a tragedy seem appealing to viewers. Avoid this film along with every other Video Game adaptation by Uwe Boll, and watch Assault on Wall Street and Rampage instead.

elin t (es) wrote: People with glowing eyes seems to be Martin Wood's thing;) However, I think he did it better in the Stargate series;))) And very funny to see Robin Dunne so young, and cool that he and Martin Wood continued to work together in Sanctuary about 10 years later:)))

Selina S (ca) wrote: this is a great movie from the adaptation from the video game and except for a few cheesy lines it is a great movie.

Michael W (ag) wrote: Reform warden uncovers rampant corruption in the Arkansas prison system. Redford at his best. Contains on of the best slow-claps in film history.

Zach T (ca) wrote: Just as hammy as the first one. Funny in all the wrong ways.

Troy F (ag) wrote: This one definitely made up for the 2nd one, managing to continue it off without trouble. This time the situation of the first film is reversed onto the apes as they make their way to earth in a time where it was inhabited by humans through a time warp in travel. There's fun and suspense to be had with this one, making for a satisfying entry, and Cornelius and Zira remaining as strong and likeable characters. Well done.

jarrad b (es) wrote: A brilliant black and white film about an adventure into space and the affects on the returning astronaut. With good acting and constant action the story moved quickly and kept me entertained throughout.

Jason S (fr) wrote: i thought it was a pretty good looney tunes movie

Joss H (fr) wrote: This had all the makings of a good movie, but i was thoroughly disappointed. Their intentions where obviously to grip you with the plot twists, but instead I ended up unable to make any connection whatsoever with the film, and was stuck watching the mess unfold in front of me. Pure clich.