Off the Map

Off the Map

An 11-year-old girl watches her father come down with a crippling depression. Over one summer, she learns answers to several mysteries and comes to terms with love and loss.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:mushroom,   ocean,   telescope,  

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Sharon S (nl) wrote: I've already saw it but I want to see it again

Andrew S (au) wrote: A rough film to struggle through but the performances are so natural and the setting so vivid it's hard to not to be moved by the socio and cultural politics presented in this foreign language finalist from Israel.

Tyler S (gb) wrote: Pretty good drama with a good cast of characters. Lots of clichs but good story nonetheless. Ending is the only thing that didn't click. It did feel pretty rushed.

Jim F (jp) wrote: Bonkers little movie. Very Lynchesque. Amusing too although i really did start failing to follow

KARLA E (gb) wrote: Saw it for Krasinski, hated it for Clooney.

Frank N (ag) wrote: Although it feels rushed at times, the compelling performances of Lohman and Pfeiffer and the powerful ending make this movie a joy to watch.

John A (ru) wrote: This Take On The Well Known Phrase "Idle Hands Do The Devils Work", Is A Somewhat Decent Attempt At The Comedy Horror Genre. This Is A Decently Made Film With Some Good Entertaining Scenes As Well As Decent Performances From It's Actors. The Film's Concept Is Quite Good But Sadly This Could Have Been A Much Better Film ,If There Was More Character Development & A Deeper Storyline As Well As A Good Script. Putting All This Aside Were Left With A Rather Decent Comedy Which Features Some Scenes Of Horror.

Adam R (mx) wrote: (First viewing - Late teen years)

Randy P (us) wrote: The performances are outstanding.

Rob C (ru) wrote: Why does this have 23%? Are critics really that fucking awful? If you don't like this movie you must be a huge turd with no heart.

bill s (gb) wrote: Annie Halls got a baby.

Joe T (us) wrote: In the end it all seems rather pointless.....unless they always knew there'd be a sequel?

Jiri B (it) wrote: Legendary cast just keeps on giving.

Brad G (us) wrote: It's got a great title and a really cool poster, but that's about it. Roger Corman has produced hundreds of movies and they're not all going to be winners. Paul Birch and Lorna Thayer run around avoiding twinkling lights and birds, dogs, and milk cows run amuck. But they've got love and they've got a shotgun so it's all gonna be okay. VF.

Jared B (it) wrote: I saw a very edited 61 minute version, which featured some great parts but didn't feel developed enough. I would love to see the full, twice-as-long version, because it felt like it had potential to be a really great film.

David S (au) wrote: I love Emma Watson, I love Alejandro Amenabar's artistic creativity behind the camera. What I dislike intensely is this cheap movie full of cliches and poor plot lines. The movie that brought Amenabar's talent to life was "The Sea Inside", a hauntingly beautiful piece about a paraplegic (Javier Bardem) who wishes to commit voluntary suicide. It's a topical debate, but the method in which the mind of the man is brought to life is genius. Not so here in Regression. You can predict this film from start to finish.

Christopher S (ca) wrote: The main character in the film is drawn into a situation that he is unprepared for. Enjoyed this vampire come road movie flick very much, so much so that I've seen it twice. Those that have watched it with me enjoyed its originality and the cast who played thir roles well. Although this is not the definitive vampire flick, if you enjoy the vampire genre I am sure that you will enjoy this and will not be disappointed.

Brent M (it) wrote: Its a movie that shows not all families have to be dysfunctional. Russel Crowe's "quieter" role, plus is dad in this movie is just amazing.