An Irish-Italian café owner in a seaside town faces a life crisis, as his wife recently died and he's severely in debt. His oldest son tries to help, but has serious problems of his own, while his younger son and daughter are having troubles in school.
- Stars:Peter McDonald, Brian Cox, Conor Mullen, Laurence Kinlan, Brendan Gleeson, Eva Birthistle, Valerie Spelman, David O'Rourke, Caroline O'Boyle, Gina Moxley, Garrett Keogh, Michael McElhatton, Pat Shortt, Carl Duering, Olwen Fouere,
- Director:Conor McPherson,
- Writer:Conor McPherson
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(jp) wrote: TOM AT THE FARM finally hits US theaters. And we are lucky to have it! Xavier Dolan's kind of latest (the film was actually made before MOMMY) is sexy, funny, creepy, romantic, and downright scary. This wonderful examination of self hatred, sexual confusion, and mommy love (again from Dolan) is pitch perfect until a last act that meanders and may leave you wondering what it was all about. But Dolan proves he is one of our great living directors. So TOM AT THE FARM is not perfect but still well beyond most of what you will see this year. And no matter how you react, you will be haunted.
(de) wrote: This movie was so beautiful, uplifting, and heartfelt. James Cromwell gives an incredible performance. Definitely worth seeing.
(de) wrote: Sure, it's lowbrow, but at least it's insipid.
(fr) wrote: One of these movies that you love when you see 5 minutes, and you hate when it lasts more than half an hour. The tone is nice, but there is a lack of structure. Between 2 and 2.5
(us) wrote: This movie starts out quite slowly, but as the characters and the story are developed it picks up steam. Though the ending tries to be upliftiing, ultimately - like Joe Scot's life - it left me with an empty feeling in my stomach. Which, in this case, isn't really all that bad. I thought the casting was very well done.
(es) wrote: Grim, gut-wrenching, sad and stunning.
(br) wrote: Chevy Chase does a phenomenal job as an unintentionally invisible smart-ass in this thriller with film-noir overtones.
(fr) wrote: camp b movie fare from the schlock master castle
(es) wrote: A middling Bette Davis film which doesn't happen very often. I get the sense that this is yet another propaganda film and thus the actors only have one dimension to explore. Only mildly entertaining.
(mx) wrote: The worst horror movie I've ever seen.
(ru) wrote: Nothing overly spectacular, but Out of Africa boasts decent performances from Streep and Redford and impressive cinematography that helps pull it through