Places in the Heart
In 1930s Southern US, a widow and her family try to run their cotton farm with the help of a disparate group of friends.
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Moya W (jp) wrote: I was a little irritated after having seen this movie. I should have seen it earlier. First I read the book "To Reach the Clouds" which is basicaly like Man On Wire but in book-form. Then I saw the movie The Walk. When I saw the movie there were things that I couldn't really remember reading in the book so I kept wondering if it actually happened or if it was made up especially for the movie. Then I saw the documentary and I realised that all of the things from The Walk that I thought was fiction, actually happened in real life. So I wish that I'd read the book first, then seen the documentary and last but not least seen The Walk. Then I probably would have enjoyed The Walk even more than I already did. But overall this was a good documentary, it's a fascinating story that I've enjoyed learning more about.
Vikram T (fr) wrote: i didnt find it funny
Mariella M (us) wrote: Something Like Happiness (Cze: ?t?st) is a 2005 Czech movie directed by Bohdan Slma. It is about finding hope in the midst of disappointment by three young people who grew up in the same run-down block of flats and are now coming of age. The film won the Golden Shell at the San Sebastian film festival.
nabeeha k (ca) wrote: I loved this movie very good
Courtney W (us) wrote: This is a sweet romance that many people, especially young women will be able to identify with. Minnie Driver portrays Bernadette "Benny" Hogan, a young woman coming of age in small town Ireland in the late fifties. She is a big girl and self-conscious about that; her friends are a feisty orphan girl and a picture perfect young woman. She falls for the college star, a boyishly handsome Chris O'Donnell and her parents hope that she'll marry an ever creepy Alan Cumming. The locations are beautiful, the story is great and it is well acted by all. Give it a look see,a nd if you like it, read the book, and any of Maeve Binchy's.
Tania G (ca) wrote: This was an interesting Italian knock-off of The Exorcist, with some Rosemary's Baby thrown in for good measure. Very european and with a heavy religious focus (lots of blasphemy), so not for the easily offended. Not a good date movie, but I thought it was better than expected.
Maarrk H (fr) wrote: A perfect portrait of the Canada I've always wished existed for me. The demimonde of the New Wave uprooted to rural Quebec -- and absolutely brilliant.
Jamie T (de) wrote: I love Shirley MacLaine. She was and still is amazing. This was a cute movie and old movies like this just boost my mood. :)