The discovery of a discarded sofa, in Taipei city, transforms a routine Sunday into a capricious adventure of perseverance and self-discovery for - Filipino guest workers - Manuel and Dado.
- Stars:Publio Briones III, Jerrold Tarog, Greg Fernandez, Owee Salva, Donna Gimeno, Jai Rabin, Archie Modequillo, Paola Aseron, Kristian Gollon, Jude Bacalso, Bambi Beltran, Ruel Rigor, Winston Cabico, Christian Linabas, Eric Tan Florentino, Jeffrey Quizon, Nor Domingo, Dave Ronald Chang, Meryll Soriano, Alessandra de Rossi, Maria Thalia Rogacion, Merlie Castillo, Allen Chiu, Ernie Ko, Cristopher Porcia, Antonio Padua, Jean Claude, Melenie Hung, Julia Chen,
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Sam M (it) wrote: Despite strange and sometimes poorly executed plot developments, Grand Piano is an above average film thanks to excellent performances and cinematography.
Emily R (ru) wrote: A chaotic and cute romantic comedy. The ending is predictable from the first 10 minutes or so but there are enough twists that it keeps it interesting even if you know how it's going to end.
Chuck N (ca) wrote: This film reminded me of the glory days of 70's cinema with it's bleak landscapes, wry sense of humor, unpredictability, and overall hard hitting realism. Dennis Farina gives an award worthy performance as a hustler at the end of the line, attempting to find some meaning in his life, while keeping some vicious dogs [crooked cops, scum bag associates] at bay. The film captures the scummy side of Chicago better than anything I've seen in recent, or distant memory. I loved how it flirted with the "old guy looking for his last score" cinematic cliche, and keep you guessing. This film is touching, uncompromising, and well worth seeking out.
Jarryd R (gb) wrote: wanna see it i cant wAIT LOL !!!
Eric H (ru) wrote: This movie is easier to watch than it is for me to describe. There are so many emotions and feelings that are given and taken from you. Damian Lewis (William Keane) did an exceptional job of not overplaying a man struggling with this mental illness. I also think little Abigail Beslin (Kira Bedik) did an excellent job as being able to play the scenes so convincingly, especially the Skeeball scene. Terrific job to director, Lodge Kerrigan and the actors involved.
Heather M (nl) wrote: I am going to pass on this one.
Anna B (mx) wrote: I don't really agree with anything she has to say, but I kinda enjoy watching her films, perhaps simply out of morbid curiosity. Siffredi is surprisingly good, at least emotionally. I hate him and everything he does otherwise, but his soft eyes and mouth give him an interesting disposition here.
Junaid A (us) wrote: Movie will let u think something about ur future
laurie e (it) wrote: great docu about drag-kings. yes, girls who perform shows dressed as men. most are very convincing even tho they are also beautiful women in daily life.
Thomas B (de) wrote: The 2nd showing of "Billy Jack" in the string of these B movie flicks. It's kind of fun watching Billy Jack kick some ass for the good of the youth/Indian school. (Sort of a pre-curser to the death wish films)
Richard L (mx) wrote: The best motorcycle racing documentary.
Caitlin L (ag) wrote: Kind of left you hanging at the end.