After running away from her last foster placement with the Regan family, twelve year old Hollis Woods is placed with a new foster mother, the loving, retired art teacher, Josie Cahill. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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After running away from her last foster placement with the Regan family, twelve year old Hollis Woods is placed with a new foster mother, the loving, retired art teacher, Josie Cahill.
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Hayley K (de) wrote: Gritty and grim but utterly compelling. Amazing characters and beautifully acted.
Ajmal K (kr) wrote: Worst movie of the decade
Cristbal S (fr) wrote: Goofy, but still awesome, 'Drag Me to Hell' is so self aware of what it is that I can't help but love it.
Graeme B (nl) wrote: Rather a canny little movie
Alexander C (mx) wrote: Would like to see at some stage. Charles Dance, he's a good actor, plot sounds decent.
Martina (ca) wrote: Simply brilliant!! Excellent 1 liners & just a feel good movie with an amazing soundtrack! can never get enough of this movie - it;s one of my all time favs! :D
Justin A (it) wrote: I don't understand the shockingly low score. It's not amazing, but it's a pretty good creature feature.The cast is quite good (though I wasn't sure if Peter Weller was phoning it in or just being Peter Weller) with Richard Crenna giving the best performance. The creature effects are fun and sometimes creepy and the movie moves along briskly and doesn't overstay its welcome.It is, of course, cheesy at times. The last five minutes of the movie are so different in tone and so bad that it nearly kills everything that preceded it. It could have just ended when they surfaced, but no, we had to get sharks... then more monster... then our hero punching a woman? What?This movie will unfairly be compared to The Thing and Alien... well, they're fair comparisons in plot, but not in quality. Just because this movie doesn't quite reach those levels in entertainment doesn't mean this movie should be completely dismissed. It's far better than many of the other ripoffs of those movies. If this were a race, Leviathan may be a distant third, but it's still third! That's still a medal!If you're looking for a sci-fi horror film in the vein of Alien or The Thing, you can't go wrong with this movie. There's nothing so abhorrent about it to not recommend it to fans of monster movies like those.
Alex S (kr) wrote: El Topo is full of scenes that seem to add nothing to the meaning of the movie and are completely unnecessary. Although Jodorowsky's creative style is still present, El Topo is both underwhelming and forgettable.
AJ F (us) wrote: Sexy Beast is a master's course in dialogue. I watch this movie at least once a year or more just to study various scenes. Specifically, the scene where Don Logan (Ben Kingsley) is pressuring Gal (Ray Winstone) on the beach is one of my favorite tirades of all time. Don - "Talk to me,Gal. I'm here for you. I'm a good listener."BEATGal - "What can I say, Don? I've said it all. I'm retired."Don - "Shut up."A long abusive - yet poetic - stream of abuse follows.I wont write the entire scene line by line because it's full of swearing. But these small bit of dialogue alone is a good example This immediate switch up is a perfect example of the kind of psychological terrorism Don Logan deploys throughout damn near every moment he's on the screen. Both Kingsley and Winstone deliver amazing performances. So amazing the viewer believes Winstone's character is terrified of Kingsley despite a striking difference in physical size. This is something director, Jonathan Glazer, takes pains to occlude. For example, in the scene mentioned above, Kingsley stands on on a mound of sand so it looks like he towers over the other man. And it works, but only because Kingsley has such skill at inhabiting this character that Don Logan remains a ferocious presence throughout the film. I'll not add yet another synopsis of this movie to a site full of them. But I will say this: at it's heart, sexy beast is a love story hidden inside a gangster movie with 'the job' serving merely as the MacGuffin for a much deeper quest for both characters.Great flick for anyone to watch, but if you are a writer, this is a must-see film.