Brian Wilson is the creative soul of the Beach Boys, but he paid a heavy price for his talent. That especially shows during his peak artistic years in the 1960s, as his inner demons and obsessions trying to please his abusive father drive him to a mental breakdown that would plague him for years. In the 1980s, with Brian barely functional under the domination of the unscrupulous Dr. Landy, Brian meets and falls in love with Melinda Ledbetter. As their relationship grows, she observes Brian's crippling subservience to the abusive psychotherapist with growing alarm. Ultimately, she must take action with a love willing to stand up to oppression she cannot ignore. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Fong K (mx) wrote: Genius and neuroticism are often the two sides of the same coin. This definitive documentary about Bobby Fischer, the world's greatest chess champion ever lived, illustrates that in the terms of chess and the men who play it with spine-tingling trivia and insights.
stuart m (ru) wrote: Can understand why someone would find this totally irritating but I thought this was wonderful.Really sweet and charming this film left me with a smile on my face.
Rayne M (br) wrote: Que filme doido! Adorei a forma como o humor foi explorado!
Jason V (mx) wrote: Annoying adaptation of a surely boring book.
Sanjeev K (ag) wrote: It is my all time favorite Mohanlal movie.
Jared H (br) wrote: much more poetic than anything i was expecting. godard is a little clumsy with his style but its lovable in this film. and he does so many interesting things here-- its just really good
Guillaume H (ag) wrote: It could have been good, it has a certain visual flair, but this is the kind of storytelling that shoots itself in the foot by witholding the key for too long, it diminished the mystery by denying it its ongoing unfolding, one that would account for its taking place in the 1rst place. Still , Dunaway is Icy good and thats always a pleasure to behold.
Curtis W (br) wrote: Based on a book by Ken Kesey, about an Oregon logging family, this Paul Newman-directed drama really snuck up on me. Henry Fonda, Paul Newman and Richard Jaeckal are part of the Stamper family logging firm, who's motto is "Never Give An Inch". They are in a fight with the union, as they are the only loggers working while the union timber firms are on strike. It's breaking the town. Then the elder Stamper's youngest son returns to the fold, causing even more drama, especially as the younger handsome son of a gun hits on Newman's character's wife (Lee Remick). This is all pretty good and engaging. Then some real major shit happens all at once. Then there's a lull period while Paul Newman sits around brooding, drinking Olympia beer. Henry Fonda is excellent here, even though he's in a plaster cast for virtually the entire movie. He has to walk around with his left arm suspended. The tomato rating on this post for him isn't really for him - it's for his arm. Later, his right arm comes into play - the big payoff of the entire film. Another thing that really impressed me was the photography, which managed to capture the sheer scale of the small family's giant logging operations, like the logs floating down the river and the mountainside clear-cutting operation.
Fadwa G (fr) wrote: Great Movie and great performances by Both Brando and Brynner, so underrated !!