Small-town detective Noah Cordin is called to solve a juvenile homicide that occurred during a home burglary in his affluent town of Hilliard. The dead boy's mother, Allison Connor, is a member of the Meskada County Board of Commissioners, and a powerful woman in Hilliard; and the entire township rallies together in solidarity - to support her and Detective Cordin's efforts to find the killers.
- Stars:Nick Stahl, Rachel Nichols, Kellan Lutz, Jonathan Tucker, Grace Gummer, James McCaffrey, Laura Benanti, Norman Reedus, Michael Cerveris, Michael Sirow, Rebecca Henderson, Kerry Bishé, Charlie Tahan, J.D. Rosen, Max Antisell,
- Director:Josh Sternfeld,
- Writer:Josh Sternfeld
Passions run high when hope for a economically strapped town seems blocked by the investigation of a murdered kid, son of a county commissioner. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: Ok I don??t understand why ppl didn??t like this movie..??? Jus coz it was animation?? In fact that is one of the USP of the movie.. Ok agreed its not as good as Hollywood, but for Indian cinema its path-breaking.. No matter what everyone says this movie is going to go down in the history as the movie that changed the face of animation in India. And as far as the movie is concerned- It??s funny! Especially Javed Jaffrey. Man what an actor.. Yes, the script could have been a little more tight, but compared to the movies out there its good.. Watch it. It??s worth your money.!
(nl) wrote: the things i disliked about "mutual appreciation" and "the puffy chair," i disliked about this.
(fr) wrote: very good to watch if you like fighter planes.
(de) wrote: really like dthis show.AWSOME
(nl) wrote: If the film had been devoid of the scorching man sex I would probably give it a much lower rating. The protagonists decline into a primal state isn?t enough to carry the film but again, man sex makes this one a must see.
(au) wrote: A great one, my favourite Schwarzenegger
(de) wrote: A surprisingly decent little fish-out-of-water comedy here. Not that it would set the world on fire. This is the type of movie that would probably be better if I watched nearer to the time it actually came out. A lot of the comedy just doesn't come across as fresh as it did almost 30 years ago. And it's what you would definitely call an inconsistent comedy. Color me surprised when I find out that the first half, or slightly more than it, actually takes place in Australia with Mick and Sue spending some time together in the Outback, sharing their stories, philosophies and opinions. Of course that makes it sound like this is a thought-provoking examination on the socio-economic oppression those in the lower class face, that's the first thing that came to mind, and it's obviously not that. But the scenes in Australia are far superior, from a more screenwriting standpoint, than the American scenes. The stuff in America is every fish-out-of-water stuff you've ever seen with Mick struggling to adjust to the differences in his surroundings and the culture compared to his simpler lifestyle in the outback. Whether or not this set Australians 20 years back in the eyes of the world is up for Australians to decide. But Paul Hogan plays his role fairly well. He definitely comes across as a charming, every-man. The fish-out-of-water concept is one that you can very easily pull off and get laughs from the lowest common denominator. And I don't mean that in a condescending manner, not in the least, it's just saying that it's broad and it gets laughs from a large percentage of a casually viewing audience. Granted it's a concept that has been done to death in the ensuing years since this film's release, so it's hard not to be influenced by that when reviewing this. Some of it works, but not tremendously, and some of it really falls flat. The biggest problem in the film, outside of Mick and Sue's impending romance, there's no real story reason for you to invest in this. Mick comes to New York at Sue's behest because...why not? They do it under the guise of that he'd get money for his tour guide business, or whatever business it is he owns. But once Mick gets to New York, nothing really happens past him and Sue somewhat flirting with each other and Mick getting into sitcom-y shenanigans. At the very least, in Coming to America, part of it was this African Prince adjusting to American life, but he was also searching for a wife to potentially make his queen. It had dual purposes. This movie, on the other hand, doesn't really seem to have anything going on story-wise past the bare minimum of Mick and Sue finding each other attractive and thinking that that is basis enough to build a successful relationship on. That is literally all there is to this movie. Talk about empty. It's never bad, though some of the jokes are pretty bad, it's just that there's nothing underneath the outer shell here. And this is regarding the scenes in America. The stuff in Australia, at least, had some interesting discussions, here and there, between Sue and Mick. Really, this is just average at best. It has some decent moments and it's never bad, but it feels incredibly outdated almost 30 years after the fact. It's a film that has aged better than others, but it still hasn't aged THAT well when you really think about it. I can only recommend it if you have Netflix. It's not something I would go out of my way to see, but you can do far worse if you've got some time to kill.
(it) wrote: Good cast, good movie, lots of fun.
(gb) wrote: I first saw this movie when I was about 8 years old, and I recall being immediately captivated by Demy's catchy musical score (as I am by all of his other soundtracks). I loved the way the fairy tale was given a new edge, yet stayed simple throughout. With that said, mature audience probably wouldn't give this movie a second look. However, the eyes of a young child might be incredibly captivated by it.
(it) wrote: Like the original with it's own little twists, if you're a fan of the original I suggest you watch this one too.
(de) wrote: Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley are spectacular in this love story.