After serving time in prison, former drug addict Sherry Swanson returns home to reclaim her young daughter from family members who have been raising the child. Sherry's family, especially her sister-in-law, doubt Sherry's ability to be a good mother, and Sherry finds her resolve to stay clean slowly weakening.

After serving time in prison, former drug addict Sherry Swanson returns home to reclaim her young daughter from family members who have been raising the child. Shen then tries to integrate again into society and become a good mother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Andrew K (mx) wrote: Pretty bad. Had an interesting idea (which the movie doesn't try to make sense of which is stupid) and there were 2 moments that were genuinely good but everything else about it is just dull and pointless. Cliche as hell is the best way to describe Come Out and Play.

Victor C (ag) wrote: I can't believe I watch this movie... You would know an alright movie with an awful one with just the title sequence and sadly to say, its an awful movie. I would give them some credit for trying and for vfx creation but I can't help but laugh at how bad is it....

Eva M (es) wrote: I really enjoyed the rapport between FDR and the King, and between the King and Queen. But the Daisy character was hard to relate to or care about. In fact the whole FDR/mistresses thing was pretty blah. So, as others have said, it is uneven.

Stefan L (mx) wrote: Well. It was ok. However I could have done without Janet Jackson who I didnt believe a bit. Also it was quite melodramatic. Some of it was fun though. So overall ok.

Jessica H (us) wrote: Willams prove he is not belivable as a seriouse actor.

Dave R (ru) wrote: this wasn't a bad film but it wasn't a particularly good one either. it felt like two separate movie that somehow had been blended together. i liked that crooked executive/whistleblower part of the movie but lee goes off on another story when that starts getting interesting... disappointing.

Hong N (br) wrote: a hypnotic examination of wealth and madness. A masterpiece.

P D (nl) wrote: Estimates are that one in thirty people in the US is an illegal immigrant, so this is an issue affecting everyone. However, this film should have more aptly been titled "An Hour and A Half with the Minutemen". There is an obvious pro-US/anti-illegal immigration agenda being promoted, which is hard to disagree with, but providing a one-sided argument does not challenge viewers. This could have been a Minutemen recruiting video if they had included cowboys jumping over walls, belly crawling, smashing pinatas and traversing jungle gyms. Since when has Lou Dobbs been a credible source of information worthy of written quotations? That being said, Border does paint a vivid picture of the negative aspects of illegal immigration, including the strain on public resources, human trafficking, rape trees, littering, harassing ranchers, drug smuggling, and death(including graphic pictures of desiccated corpses). The film already seems dated, as the role of the Minutemen has faded from the national spotlight and the multi-billion dollar border fence is in progress and the film only foretells of the increased violence of Mexican drug traffickers of late. Instead of focusing on patrols, it would have been nice to spend additional time investigating more intelligent solutions, such as the one expert promoting temporary work permits with withholdings paid upon exiting the country. If you have a red, white and blue cowboy hat in your hat collection or a Lou Dobbs tattoo you will love this film, otherwise as a documentary its just ok.

Charlotte B (mx) wrote: This is one of my favourite French films ever. The images are breathtakingly beautiful. It has a romantic and epic feel, the story may be a little too melodramatic for those who don't dig it but I just find it wonderful and heartbreaking. It captures the complexity of colonial society very well. Although it's seen from the point of view of the French colonists, it is rather balanced. I especially like the complexity of the characters : none of them are really "good", they all have qualities but also big flaws, and that makes them more human. The soundtrack is beautiful too, and the cast is top-quality.

Dorothy C (ag) wrote: An absolutely perfect movie with an Academy Award performance from Al Pacino. No movie has come close to matching Scarface's brilliance.

Tibor B (ag) wrote: Possibly didn't catch me in the right mood, as I was underwhelmed by Szabo's very highly acclaimed film. Brandauer is exceptional as the actor who becomes the darling of the rising Nazi party, while his colleagues and friends are fleeing Germany. It is very thought provoking about the role of art in society and the Faustian corruption of fame and desire for attention, but I found it quite slow going at times.

David L (jp) wrote: Sixteen Candles is uneven due to too much emphasis on Ted instead of Sam and a very unfortunate character of Dong who is an awful Asian stereotype, but everything else is great with the standouts being Molly Ringwald who is so good in the main role, the character interactions and the dialogue with some amazing, wonderful lines. But the film also hugely benefits from such a beautiful, perfectly constructed end sequence and from having a lot of heart, but never becoming too emotional. It is a fun, touching teen film that quite successfully transcended its clichd nature.