Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story
Marc Hall, a young man living in Quebec, registers his prom date as per his Catholic school's rules. He is denied his request, because his prom date is a boy. Marc Hall is an openly gay teenager in a very conservative Catholic school. This film documents his struggles (legal, emotional, ethical and personal) to be himself and to live his life the way he deems best. With the help of friends, family and supporters, "Cinderfella" makes it to the ball, With his Prince Charming.
- Stars:Angela Shelton, Aaron Ashmore, Jean Pierre Bergeron, Marie Tifo, Mac Fyfe, Tamara Hope, Trevor Blumas, Fiona Reid, Scott Thompson, Dave Foley, Victoria Adilman, David Ferry, Nicholas Rose, Barbara Gordon, R.D. Reid, John White,
- Director:John L'Ecuyer,
- Writer:Michael MacLennan (story), Kent Staines (story), Kent Staines (teleplay)
In the small, predominantly working class town of Inniston, Ontario, Marc Hall is a high school senior with a promising future in his chosen career as lawyer. He is bright, well liked by ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Prom Queen: The Marc Hall Story torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: This is a brilliant movie with real life issues that plague our nation every single day. I hope that people walk away with the real and true message of the movie. brilliant!!!!
(kr) wrote: Pretty charming story with a certain dark humor that I actually enjoyed. Not much action in this one, but its quite watchable anyway.
(us) wrote: At three hours this movie is a little long in the tooth, but it's a film that keeps your attention The big flaw leveled against this seems to be that it's overtly sentimental, and while there is a bit of that I did not find it to be as much as was leveled against it. I found it fun to see how the story would play out and was enthralled the whole time.
(us) wrote: I give 10 thumbs up!
(ag) wrote: Good but I can't remember any of it.
(jp) wrote: Pretty awsome. Just watched Billabong Odyssey and had to go back to review this one. This is the movie to watch on tow surfing. Just some amazing stuff even if you don't surf.
(ru) wrote: Christoph Honore's earlier work. An (personal) emotional relief rather than a proper narrative. Seeing AIDS from a kid's eyes was a rare idea but the film still stays on a very superficial level & many characters had been wasted.
(es) wrote: I loved Mans and Roro's friendship, and I especially loved Roro's dad! Roro's girlfriend Lisa reminded me a lot of Amanda Bynes for some reason. Anyways, a quick and easy laugh with a serious undertone for those who choose to observe it.
(ru) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
(mx) wrote: Could have had a better story line. Was entertaining tho
(us) wrote: Phil Joanou spins a Hitchcock type thriller web that stars plenty of eye candy. It is not a perfect thriller, nor does it embark on new journeys into the psychological thriller noir but it has a classy feel to it. I wish I could have edited this picture to fill in the potholes (who carries a barbell in their purse for protection and how farfetched are the finale sequences?) It nearly cripples itself at times because it reaches too far out. The core of the story works and we can involve ourselves in the basics but it got greedy. The story just gets too carried away at times to the point where it is a bit laughable. The plot does, however, swerve in and out of lustful suspense well enough that we remain interested. The twists and layers unravel and keep unraveling until the final conclusions and the cast keeps us guessing all the while. That is what makes this movie work as well as it does. Eric Roberts brings his well known intensity as the no good husband and shows that he is still a stand up actor. He immediately earns our disliking and that is just what he wanted. Basinger, Thurman, and Gere bring different shades of character that work well in complex settings so the casting department needs some praises for great variety. A would be great story, paired with considerable flaws, Final Analysis gives us a moderate noir trip that will surely divide it's audience. (D)
(kr) wrote: 4/21/2017: Not a good movie. I liked the cast and the plot had potential, but it just wasn't that funny.
(kr) wrote: WHY DON'T WE MAKE MOVIES LIKE THIS ANYMORE???
(br) wrote: Probably the freshest of the Phase One films, Captain America: The First Avenger was masterfully told, with plenty of action and emotional impact, as well as great acting, thanks to the incredible cast.
(ca) wrote: ce film me fou le cafard !!!