A 24 hour period in the lives of Fausto and Jesus, two undocumented Mexican day-laborers in L.A. Each day another task, each day the same pressure to find money. They go about their daily ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A 24 hour period in the lives of Fausto and Jesus, two undocumented Mexican day-laborers in L.A. Each day another task, each day the same pressure to find money. They go about their daily ...
- Stars:Vladimir Georgiev, Samuel Finzi, Itzhak Finzi, Jai Koutrae, Jesus Moises Rodriguez, Rubén Sosa, Nina Zavarin, Kenny Johnston, David Albaca, Teri Booker, Aron Briggs, Trevor Glen Campbell, Rodolfo Carreon, Darren Collins, Antonio De La Torre, Helena De Lang, Irana De Lang, Michael De Lang, Erik Deckard,
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Connor G (ca) wrote: Fun, but in a completely different way from Dorkness Rising. This, while more specific to CCG, becomes more accessible by setting it at Gen-con. It expanded the Gamer universe some.
Nathan M (es) wrote: A fascinating story about faith, love, and self-discovery, Electrick Children is powered by terrific performances, especially from its lead actress Julia Garner. Writer/Director Rebecca Thomas clearly understands how to use beautiful and interesting images to reveal things about the characters, she is a filmmaker that is worth keeping your eye on in the future. The plot of the film doesn't matter as much as learning more about Rachel and Mr. Will, and if you're interested solely in the plot, you'll probably be disappointed. But if you find joy in exploring this unique world that Thomas has created, than you'll probably find this film as fascinating as I did.
Tom G (fr) wrote: Due to the tough subject matter, I kept wanting to turn it off. But I just couldn't. A thinker!
Greg W (jp) wrote: another high school reunion pic that is loaded with cliches and stereotypes.
Rue C (br) wrote: I loved Stephen Dillane's character and performance.
Gregory P (es) wrote: This movie was surreal, can't even put into words how much i love this one!!!
Timm S (ca) wrote: Liked This As A Teenager, Wouldn't Think Much Or Care Less Now. Slap-Stick Jokes Grow Old Quickly.
Benjamin O (br) wrote: Gorgeously uncomfortable.
Kara L (de) wrote: This is one of the most underrated and oft-forgotten movies of the eighties. Tom Hanks gives a raw, searing performance as a Stephen, a volatile sad-clown comic on the verge of losing everything unless he makes his big break. Field's Lila is equally compelling and brings a wry softness to her end-of-the-tether Jersey housewife who yearns to put her mark on the world of stand-up.The film centers around an unlikely relationship between the two
Reece L (fr) wrote: Focusing once again on the nature of memory, Davies' second feature centers on a deconstruction of the romanticization of the past instead of cultivating the emotionally devastating truths he tapped into in The Long Day Closes. Presenting both the good and the bad as a means of communicating the ways in which people distort their memories to fit their subconscious agendas, Distant Voices, Still Lives is another elegantly composed, bracingly original trip into Terence Davies childhood.
Sean L (ru) wrote: I hadn't seen this in almost twenty years, and that's probably for the best. Since it's very clearly postured as a children's movie, I can't dock too many points if it's overly silly, hokey and naive, but I do suddenly feel quite sorry for dragging my folks out to see it all those summers ago. Simply put, it's not one of those kid's movies that parents will be surprised to enjoy just as much as their little ones. Val Kilmer and Warwick Davis have a strange sort of charm that manages to shine through the wooden dialog and dated special effects, and the plot has the optimistic, adventurous core of a classic fairy tale, so it's not like there's a total lack of positives. But it also borrows heavily from Tolkien, paling badly by comparison, and it pushes the limits of suspended disbelief too far on more than one occasion. George Lucas's influence is all over the screen, too, from the excessively playful tone to the heavy-handed wipe transitions and stiff, overly proper repartee. If you've ever wondered what a Hobbit might look like on Middle Earth, this is your ticket.
Wendy B (de) wrote: This is the first ever Deanna Durbin movie I've seen, and her singing is phenomenal--especially with that gentleman playing the jailer who's a real-life opera tenor at the Met. Donald's slapstick routine of "I Love a Mystery" makes this movie come to life.
Claire A (gb) wrote: sorry, i've just been blinded by anthony hopkins being in this! that's a total lie. did like humphrey bogart's irish michael o'leary character, who likes horses and fighting. bette davies: we love you.
Gordon S (es) wrote: I gave this movie 3.5 instead of a full 4 stars because essentially it felt like what other reviewers have said: A look inside the Hollywood/entertainment Back-slapping Boys Club (and you can only take so much of that). It's not that Shep Gordon is undeserving of a movie about his life (after all, his life has been larger than life and incredibly influential in most areas), but I'm still not 100% sure he's deserving the title of a "supermensch." I kept watching and trying to understand how Gordon was such a fantastic human being, worthy of such elevated praises, but I still couldn't see it.
John R (kr) wrote: This movie was just lacking speed for me. Slow and no purpose. One of those sad human condition films.