Sarah Collins is considering an abortion. Before she makes her final decision, she is presented with three visions causing her to think about the impact on her future. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sarah Collins is considering an abortion. Before she makes her final decision, she is presented with three visions causing her to think about the impact on her future.
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Avneesh M (ag) wrote: This movie started off well but steadily kept going downhill. The first 10 minutes made it seem like it'll be a breezy light hearted funny and realistic flick. The first half even lived up to that promise to some extent but the second half is where it descends into taking excessive cinematic liberties that have no room in a movie like this and dragged out subplots that are uninteresting. It doesn't help that the film is two and a half hours long. Its redeeming qualities are some truly good moments and of course, its two leads who were the reason I watched this movie in the first place. Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan are both spot on and their potential and chemistry really could have been better utilized. On the whole, an average watch at best.
Dan S (gb) wrote: If you love sheep, you will love Sweetgrass! I understand the sequel "High Plains Cotton and Drip Irrigation" is in production. And the script for the final part of this trilogy, "Adventures in Christmas Tree Farming", is almost finished. However, if sheep are not your thing, this movie is just plain b-a-a-a-a-a-a-d. My apologies to the border collies, whose outstanding performances and loyalty to foul-mouthed shepherds are overshadowed by 10,000 irritated sheep.
Beau S (ca) wrote: Directed by: Nick SimonStarring: Billy Burke, Mark Kelly, Oz Perkins and Emma Caulfield.Plain and simple. A person will either like this film or not. I did. I felt when watching the movie it was hard not to get the creeps. The atmosphere was a bit strange and actually humourous in a tense sort of way. It was predictable and did delve into the mental illness category, but all in all it was OK. Oz Perkins (Henry) made my skin crawl. Mark Kelly was mediocre as Cole. Every time I looked at him on the screen I wanted to give him a shave.
Becca E (nl) wrote: This was an okay movie. It was a good for the kind of movie it was but I'm never going to watch it again. Jennifer Love Hewitt did a decent enough job in this movie. It was a little odd but not bad. However, now I have this overwhelming desire to dance half-clothed in a fountain with my boyfriend.l Sound romantic.
The Critic (au) wrote: It's easy to see where this comic caper is heading once the premise is set up, but for what it is, 'Bandidas' is a fun bash with two lovely leads that are obviously enjoying themselves, though Steve Zahn shines as their unwilling accomplice.
Cat B (kr) wrote: AC/DC fans making a pact to burry each other next to Bon Scott -May your inner bogan live! I love this movie a great Aussie Classic especially the mode of transport a Tarago (Just hapens excatly like the ones my neighbours had circa late 80's) I love Sam Worthington and Damon Gameau is a spunk too - worth a night in with a flanny, black fabs and roller boots...
Nicole i (jp) wrote: This movie made me wanna kill that son-of-a-bitch who hurt that little girl. I would never allow anyone to hurt my child that way. Ever. I praise Jena Malone for playing that difficult character.
Brady P (it) wrote: I love the smell of commerce in the morning
Jarrod B (it) wrote: a brilliant film from start to finish...
kivernitis I (ca) wrote: The 1991 Belgian film "Toto le Heros" ("Toto the Hero") is a slick little expressionistic allegory which should be extremely depressing as it presents the process of living as a damned if you do-damned if you don't choice. And that choice as something which is made for each person by their basic nature and the events that shape their early life. The film follows two childhood neighbors who were born about the same time but into very different circumstances. Their parallel destinies occasionally touch each other and finally merge at the end, although the end is shown at the beginning and the story then told in a series of fluid non-linear flashbacks. It is the only film that begins with a person simultaneously choking on a sweet, being shot in the back, strangling in a curtain, and drowning?While most of the flashbacks are done realistically there are some with an expressionistic style; those linked together by the catchy theme song "When Your Heart Goes Boom" are especially cool. Also noteworthy is the shelf of toy soldiers who march to their destruction as the plane's vibrations topple them off the edge.Thomas Van Hasebroeck (teasingly nicknamed Van Chickensoup) is a lifelong dreamer because he fears action and commitment after his precocious sister (Alice) is killed because of his demands that she do something that will prove she still loves him. As an old man he finds himself filled with regret over lost opportunities and unfulfilled heroic dreams (insert the title here).His counterpart, Alfred, lives life as a man of action and privilege, whose life of wrong choices leaves him with a lot of enemies and at least as many regrets as Thomas. From an early age Thomas envied Alfred, even concocting a fantasy about the two of them being switched at birth. Ironically, Alfred has lived his whole life envious of Thomas's seemingly unencumbered life.Ultimately the story is less depressing than one would expect. In part because of a fair amount of humor and whimsy but also because of the introduction of a third alternative to living. Celestin is Thomas's developmentally disabled brother, content with just appreciating what life offers, an allegorical representation of the "stop and smell the roses" idea. Celestin is very loving and very much at peace with his existence, in one scene he is contently lying on the grass tuned into the movement of a mole tunneling in the ground beneath him.Sandrine Blancke was especially good as Alice, whose sudden adolescence flowering leaves both Thomas and Alfred hopelessly in love with her; a love that will torment them both for the rest of their lives. My favorite scenes are Alice's determined confrontations with the Blessed Virgin after her father's disappearance.A big strength of "Toto le Heros" is the directing. There is not a single weak performance, especially amazing because the main characters are portrayed by a succession of actors of differing ages. Writer-director Jaco Van Dormael and his make-up people are the real "Heros" as their physical casting and make-up effects provide utterly believable visual examples of each character at different life stages. It is like watching persons literally age before your eyes
Danny P (us) wrote: It blows my mind that the critics rated this at 35%. I'm sorry but this is one of the most funny movies at all time. If you don't laugh yourself to tears at this movie there's something wrong with you.