My Life So Far

My Life So Far

Memoir of the lives of a family growing up on a post World War I British estate headed up by a strong disciplinarian, her daughter, her inventor husband, their ten year old son, and his older sister. Through the household comes a number of suitors hoping to impress the young woman, including an aviator. When the elder woman's son shows up at the estate with his French fiancé, everything gets thrown into turmoil. The young boy takes a sudden interest in her sexual allure and his father is disturbed by his own non-Victorian feelings.

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Simon W (ca) wrote: A remarkably inventive telling of a horrific period in history

James C (fr) wrote: "Live at the Foxes Den" is a stunningly good movie. A story of the age-old dilemma between having a "job" and chucking it all to follow your passions - with a twist in the outcome. First-time prodigy Director Michael Kristoff has delivered a mesmerizing film with a great story, where each major character has a back story. Jackson Rathbone is charismatic and sings with passion as he navigates between his corporate legal job and his talent for old time, Sinatra-like songs in a bar - better characterized as a "lounge" - by its charming bartender running a place that had seen its better days 'til Rathbone - as Bobby Kelly - shows up. Elliot Gould plays a version of himself, with another plot twist. The film mesmerized me such that at one point after a set of songs, I found myself clapping out loud, before I realized that the applause was coming from within the movie. I found myself laughing and crying. The story is written by Kristoff and one of the leads - who plays the pianist and brilliantly acts out a lot of tragedy in his life via arrested emotional development, humor and pathos. The movie is beautifully filmed and with some of humor morphs into Woody Allen-like effect. Go see "Live at the Foxes Den" and be an early buyer of Director Michael Kristoff's career "stock" that will soon take off.

Brian T (mx) wrote: This film feels like an extension of the Farm Security Administration documentary project from the 1930's-40's. It's every bit as beautiful, curious and timeless.

Gillian M (gb) wrote: It was ok.. had it's moments but a lot of the film just made me cringe. I felt the director went out of his way to make it overly smutty, it all felt a bit forced. but like I said it was ok.

Matthew S (kr) wrote: Well crafted, smart and clever -- Layer Cake is great and often surprising entertainment.

Felipe F (mx) wrote: Ray's excessive lenght is overcome by its talented cast - led by a powerhouse performance from Jamie Foxx on the title role - resulting in a entertaining biopic.

Sonali N (au) wrote: i watched the hindi dubbed version n i hated the voice they used to dub Ali's voice!!!! the movie is ok... it's a typical cheesy bollywood movie..only this time ther's a white girl!!! i hated the way they kept introducing her name "Like the flower"..we got it.!!! Gulshan Grover had only 2 lines in the movie...n his role was so pointless!!

Mike D (mx) wrote: Clint Eastwood was old as fuck, and this was '97

Ryan W (ca) wrote: The film isn't original but it still provides a solid amount of action and some surprising suspense which overall makes it a fun ride

Nathan C (gb) wrote: Nothing Special, People were telling me this looks bad and sounds bad and is bad, Since I brought the Crystal Skull from a store i thought the movie was very mediocre, Yeah it did have not so good actors but Shia La Boeuf is a good actor, He is just bad in the Transformers Reboots...And Harrison Ford Continues to be The Hero of the Jungle.Score: 5/10