Two fathers' lives intersect when one of them is involved in a terrible and sudden hit-and-run car accident that leaves the other's son dead. In response, the two men (Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Ruffalo) react in unexpected ways as a reckoning looms in the near future.
- Stars:Joaquin Phoenix, Elle Fanning, Jennifer Connelly, Sean Curley, Samuel Ryan Finn, Eddie Alderson, Mark Ruffalo, Susan Powell, Cordell Clyde, Antoni Corone, Kevin Herbst, Mira Sorvino, Gary Kohn, John Slattery, Nora Ferrari,
- Director:Terry George,
- Writer:John Burnham Schwartz (screenplay), Terry George (screenplay), John Burnham Schwartz (novel)
On a warm September evening, college professor Ethan Learner, his wife Grace, and their daughter Emma are attending a recital. Their 10-year-old son Josh is playing cello - beautifully, as ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: A VERY good movie but a lousy ending
(kr) wrote: i had never heard of this film, but i like dunst so wanted to check it out.
(ru) wrote: seems like Kurosawa wanted to send his same message even in his last movie. it looks old, in a good way. indeed, a very ironic theme for a swan song.
(es) wrote: Based on a play, this is a compelling story with two distinct halves to it. The acting is not all that great, although Farrah Fawcett holds her own, but the dialogue is sharp and the story believable. I'd be interested in seeing a stage adaptation of it to see if a change in acting would push this from merely "pretty good" to "very good."
(mx) wrote: Well, it has a great helicopter chase.
(gb) wrote: Modern leftover NAZIs still seek the ancient alien scroll of superhuman rejuvenation & conquering battle skills that comes to which ever possessor chants the incantation of its magic power.
(fr) wrote: Good story, but a little slow.
(kr) wrote: "Two For The Money" is not worth the gamble! Our lead characters compliment each other well; however, the story reaches for straws and pursues emotions never attained.
(ca) wrote: a phenomenal comedy in this parody of ""the karate kid'". this movie singlehandedly sucks so bad it becomes one of the most charming entertaining films I've ever seen