Self Medicated

Self Medicated

Based on true events. On the edges of Las Vegas, 17-year-old Andrew's life is spiraling out of control. Unable to cope with the loss of his father, Andrew's descent into drugs and violence is gaining momentum, and the once promising young man is now headed for self-destruction. Andrew's mother, helpless to control her son and fighting an addiction of her own, refuses to watch idly as her only child destroys himself. As a last resort, she hires a private company to forcibly kidnap and confine him in a locked-down and corrupt psychiatric hospital. As Andrew is subjected to the secret physical and emotional abuses of the program something inside him is re-awakened. He must somehow get free to save what's left of his life, but to do that, he knows he must first face his own demons head-on.

Based on true events. On the edges of Las Vegas, 17-year-old Andrew's life is spiraling out of control. Unable to cope with the loss of his father, Andrew's descent into drugs and violence ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Cori A (kr) wrote: Beautiful. (August 6, 2015)

angie m (br) wrote: I thought these types of movies were a thing of the past, but they surprisingly catch you off guard and give you a good laugh. Would give it 1 thumbs up.

William F (it) wrote: Let's be honest here, this is not a very good film. It has nothing to do with anything that made both previous films so iconic and memorable. The casting and performances are mediocre at best, the setting and music score lacks any feeling, and the humour is humourless. A sequel that just needs to be forgotten. I can't even see this film as an actual sequel to the two previous classics.

Isabel A (ru) wrote: One of my best movies

Lee V (au) wrote: Classic action comedy. So many quotes, so many great moments.

Sylvester K (br) wrote: A dreadful little politically charged film without any factual evidence to back up the story, it is not only long but the acting and story were both ludicrous, definitely avoid if possible.

John M (us) wrote: Excellent Science-Fiction Thriller! Yes, the movie came out in 1970, so the computer stuff and general surroundings are dated. But, luckily, legendary Visual Effects artist Albert Whitlock is on hand to provide some very key effects at the beginning to help us buy into the film's premise of a very powerful computer just going online.This computer, Colossus, is given complete control over the United States' defenses. As you can imagine, that doesn't end up being the greatest decision ever made!What follows is for you to see. This really is a great movie, and needs to be seen for not just Sci-Fi fans, but thriller fans.Director Joseph Sargent helmed many good films, my favorite of which is another thriller, "The Taking of Pelham One Two Three." That also should be seen!All the attributes work: film score, cinematography, acting, etc. And, the ending has quite a nice kick. Recommended!

Kate S (jp) wrote: Intricate, amazing film. It's quite hard to explain this film.. A schizophrenic girl and an obsessive boy fall in love. It's kinda dated, but it's still quite great!

Dave J (gb) wrote: Monday, May 12, 2014 (1959) Les Cousins/ The Cousins (In French with English subtitles) DRAMA Written and directed by Claude Chabrol with young conservative and reserve, Charles (Grard Blain) moving to Paris to study law by staying with his total opposite counterpart, bohemian cousin, Paul (Jean-Claude Brialy) since he never seems to study for anything, who prefers to pay for his grades instead, topping it off, having frequent parties each and every night. Part of the "New French Wave" that existed during the late 50's and 60's which much of the viewing experience, particularly the end, is like this movie is the less equivalent version of Jean Renoir's 1939 controversial masterpiece "Rules Of The Game". 2 out of 4 stars

Tim G (mx) wrote: I very much liked happy Gilmore adam sandlers portrayal of a want to be hockey player who ends up joining to professional golfers tour so he can try to get his grandmother house back is great I liked his antics on the golf course The only thing I did not like was happy rival played by Christopher McDonald who wants him off the tourI

Eric R (br) wrote: There are some films that you secretly love!

Nikki J (ca) wrote: I really could never get into this enough to finish it, so after a couple of months, I deleted it. :::shrug:::

Olufemi S (kr) wrote: A misguided slog from the first frame. I never knew before how much I could actively dislike Peter Parker."Property of Peter Parker" is "Save Martha!!!" levels of stupid.

Albertus A (ca) wrote: This film is like The Notebook with great visuals, a better cast, and a better story. But, I honestly really enjoyed it. It's no best film of the year or anything, but I loved James Cameron's vision and direction. Wished it was shorter because this film is excruciatingly long.

Art S (ag) wrote: Potentially a great deal more audacious in 1967 than now when racism may be less overt than shown here (it has only gone undercover, sadly). Sidney Poitier plays Virgil Tibbs, a Philadelphia homicide detective who gets stranded in Sparta, MS, after being apprehended as a murder suspect (racism) and then asked to help out (but not really - racism again). Rod Steiger plays the new Chief who has to overcome his own redneck impulses while trying to stifle the racist tendencies of his force and the local townspeople. Of course, Poitier solves the crime (despite being misled at one point by his own tendency to suspect rich white racists); however, this isn't really the focus of the film (i.e., I'm not sure the facts of the case lead easily to the real killer). Nevertheless, the political points made here are still well worth it (try if you wish to substitute a Muslim cop into the Poitier role and see how it plays out in your head). Norman Jewison does an OK job directing, although some elements feel a bit schematic and the score by Quincy Jones is dated (sound and use). But you can always rely on Warren Oates!