Mother Fish

Mother Fish

The inspiring story of four refugees fleeing Vietnam in 1980, MOTHER FISH goes inside the mind of one of the survivors. The present melds with the past as a quiet factory worker relives the extraordinary journey when she and her sister took to the sea in a creaky river boat in search of a better life.

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Ahmed B (it) wrote: With phenomenal performances from Kristen Stewart and the high-corn finale it's fascinating questions about power, sexism, and war.

Joe G (kr) wrote: Although you knew where it was going to end, it was really funny and kept my attention. Love Jason Bateman!

Shirley I (br) wrote: This is rubbish - could have been good but it wasn't.

Teresa S (mx) wrote: (2001 Director: Jimmy T. Murakami)

Oren S (nl) wrote: Wow, I haven't been floored like this by a movie in a while. It's so simple, but so unbelievably beautiful, deep, sensitive, genuine, and truly touching. Definitely one of the best depictions of a brother-sister relationship in any film, and career best performances from Laura Linney and Mark Ruffalo - they really have to be seen to be believed. The script just soars - every decision is the smartest one to make at that point. It's a small film, but it really soars.

Dan M (br) wrote: Stunningly gorgeous. Looking for something great to through on the wide screen while you are entertaining?

Christine H (br) wrote: One of my favourite movies when I was a girl!

jay n (br) wrote: Okay western is colorful and Maureen O'Hara is fiery in the lead. It's all pretty average until it tips into the realm of the ridiculous by having Maureen fight a range war in diamonds and a black beaded evening gown! Still not bad of its type.

Johnathon W (us) wrote: Epic western thanks to a superb cast and Hawks brilliant direction. John Wayne gives one of his best performances as Tom Dunson, a stubborn & driven man that can build a cattle empire and drive a herd thousand of miles, but run off his loved ones in the process. He's matched well by Montgomery Cliff, who isn't blind to his adopted father's faults but his love provides his loyalty till he goes too far. Behind the camera, Hawks crafts one of his best films, making great use of the epic landscape while providing realistic depiction of life on the range (death & hard living were a part of it). Hawks admirably also keeps Dunson conflicted, not softening his edges but gives him enough layers you can understand him (he's the kind of man who will kill someone but then read the Bible at their funeral). Plus, the story takes some nice twists, even playing against expectations while still be satisfying. Overall, one of the best films by both John Wayne & Howard Hawks, which by default, makes it one of the best films ever.

Consuela A (es) wrote: The only movie Fred Astaire and the great Eleanor Powell made together. George Murphy is wonderful too. The last number, Begin the Beguine is fantastic! (Although Eleanor's ballet number is dismal!)

Jairo A (ag) wrote: The Kings of Summer is a solid coming of age movie but it's not at the level of Boyhood, Stand By Me, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, etc. It's not bad but it does seem "forced" in some scenes. And yes the Biaggio character was eccentric and awkward but his acting seemed forced at times. He just didn't seem genuinely weird. But overall though, it's still a good coming of age movie.