Love Leads the Way: A True Story

Love Leads the Way: A True Story

Based on the true story of Morris Frank and the first U.S. Seeing Eye Dog, Buddy.

A recently blinded man becomes one of the first American users of a seeing eye dog and must fight to remove the legal barriers impeding its use. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Billy B (ca) wrote: Rating: TBA Tagline: Fear Reality. In the world of reality TV, producer Seaton Brookstone is used to handling spoiled celebrities, testy crews and unexpected setbacks. But, no one is prepared when the shooting crew find itself stranded in the remote northen town of White Plains with a killer on the loose. As past suspicions, betrayels and secrets are revealed the nightmare of shooting this reality show becomes too real for director, Jake Turner, his crew and is his star, Hollywood celebrity Blanca Champion. Crap. The film was complete drivel and was way to up itself. It went from wanting to be scary, to trying to be fun, and unless you give a nice balance of each the film wont work. The death scenes were nothing special, and the presence of plot holes was unmissable. It gave us no clues to who the killer could be, and when it was eventually revealed it was a massive plot hole. The open-ending was too cliche and predictable. The plot was stupid and unrealistic. The show was filmed in the remote town and character Blanca was privately taken there and the press didn't even know, yet the killer somehow knew. The unrealisticness of the characters and dialogue made it that much more boring and crap. The character of Blanca Champion was unrealistic becasue no person in the world would run around not scared of some killer, and same with the other characters. The acting was alright. The DVD cover states "Leighton Meester" as a star, but she gets killed five minutes in. "Kaley Cuoco" basically played her character in "8 Simple Rules" with different dialogue, otherwise they are pretty much the same. Overall "Killer Movie" is boring, predictable and offers nothing special. My rating is 1/5.

Isael J (it) wrote: Unknown has Liam Neeson giving one of his best performances with a good amount of suspenseful scenes

balZAC (de) wrote: cheezy, bad fx, a GREAT bruce film!

Hctor Arturo A (jp) wrote: Parte del soundtrack es el mismo de "Pelotn". Es algo didctica en cuanto al la tcnica de boxeo. La escena de la cachetada de la madre del oponente de Rocky Marciano propinada a Rocky es un desastre. Falt emotividad.

James C (fr) wrote: Director Michael Powell's last film is an interesting take on the older man/younger woman dynamic as James Mason portrays a painter trying to escape to a deserted island in Australian's Great Barrier Reef to find inspiration. Inspiration comes in the form of Helen Mirren, in her first film performance, as a young girl who befriends him and becomes his muse & model. (In what would become a stereotype for her, Mirren is often nude.) Film often threatens to veer into seriousness and danger for the characters but sidesteps it. In the end it's a rather lightweight film with some beautiful location and underwater photography and a wonderful score by composer Peter Sculthorpe (which was thrown out by Columbia Pictures and replaced by one by Stanley Myers.) Restoration of the film rescued the director's original intention for the film and now preserved on DVD.

Trent R (au) wrote: Hopefully, this will be aired uncut by TCM when Inglourious Basterds is released. It is well worth seeing, as pretty much every element exceeds what a casual viewer might expect from a typical genre film. Powell & Pressburger's cinematographer Jack Cardiff delivers a visual flair for action far ahead of his time, and Jacques Loussier's one-off score is amazing. If you have enjoyed The Train or Five Man Army, you're in for a treat.

Katya E (ru) wrote: Completely absurd, but surprisingly prescient.

Rick B (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed this film. I love history, and I've always been fascinated by Churchill. This movie sought to portray the real man behind the media caricature, and I think it succeeded. The acting was spot-on; many of the scenes were very moving. Now I've got to find the first film in the series.

Jeff B (de) wrote: Shame on Mr. Ridley for providing an inaccurate portrayal of one of the most iconic music stars. He made Jimi out to be a women abuser and often mean person. Supposedly this was added for "dramatic" purposes. This goes against biographies and hundreds of interviews of many people including his girlfriend! Mr. Ridley also unfortunately is adding to the racist myth that blacks are savage violent people. Jimi was by all accounts a genius driven, peaceful, shy, and way ahead of his time individual. The only reason for a half star is the acting was good, but could have been better with a true portrayal of a musical genius.

Bruno V (nl) wrote: With water in my Mouth i watched this great , lovely movie !

Keenan S (nl) wrote: Innerspace is one of the funniest comedies I've ever seen and one of the strangest sci-fi films I've ever seen. I was laughing from start to finish with this comedy and the two hour running time felt like nothing since it was such an exciting and funny film. Innerspace is easily one of the most underrated comedies of all time, and I don't know why it is only rated at 60% approval. Oh well, I guess this will just have to be one of my guilty pleasure comedies.