Mad with grief after the death of his Kiowa wife, Roe awaits death under a tree with her body beside him. She begins to haunt him because he won't bury her. His father, who bought him the wife, thinks her sister might reason with Roe.
- Stars:Alan Bates, Richard Harris, River Phoenix, Dermot Mulroney, Sheila Tousey, Jeri Arredondo, Bill Irwin, David Shiner, Tantoo Cardinal, Tommy Thompson, Jack Herrick, Bland Simpson, Clay Buckner, Chris Frank, Arturo Gil,
- Director:Sam Shepard,
- Writer:Sam Shepard
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Silent Tongue torrent reviews
(us) wrote: I enjoyed this gentle film about a teenager's cruel prank that brings two people and a family together. Kristen Wiig is outstanding as a quiet woman who reforms a troubled and aimless father and offers support to his daughter to mend a broken relationship. Nice, pleasant to watch flick.
(fr) wrote: This is a very thin action thriller, with the bulk of the movie having chases and fight scenes as filler instead of having it fit in organically. Donnie Yen plays Zhilong Chen, undercover cop. But instead of having an suspense, it likes to throw in fight scenes that don't add to much, mostly characters fighting for sport or sparring for fun. There is some good stunt work and fight choreography, so its serviceable crime thriller and not much more.
(it) wrote: It was an alright movie had a few laughs to it so it wasn't all bad that's for sure
(de) wrote: I really liked this. A super interesting post apocalyptic loss of the senses wrapped up in a veiled love story. I think was was too enthralled by the idea of the worlds reaction to losing their senses one by one and what an interesting idea this was for me to find any flaws. Slow to start but it watches like an interesting scifi.
(us) wrote: I really liked this film. So lovely to see footage I had not seen before of George and it was wonderful to hear the sentiments of his friends. One truly for the fans.
(it) wrote: INteresting piece of History about Gandhi's first born son, who ended up a drunkard. It is not easy being the son of such a popular ascetic.
(us) wrote: absolutely hilarious
(br) wrote: A beautifully told story of the road trip that forever changed a young Che Guevara. It has all the best elements of any road trip movie, with the added bonus of emotional power, political commentary, and excellent performances.
(ca) wrote: Anything with Tom Green in it just is not worth watching and I wish I'd have figured this out before this stinker.
(ag) wrote: How good do you think it'll be, has Robert Englund though.
(de) wrote: It tells what is probably the most compelling story the sport has ever produced: how the little river town of Madison, Indiana, came to host the 1971 APBA Gold Cup race and how driver Jim McCormick struggled to lead Madison's community-owned racing boat, the Miss Madison, into the race. But the movie largely focuses on the relationship between McCormick and his son, Mike (Jake Lloyd), who is about 10 years old. Some of the best scenes involve interaction between the two, who are portrayed as very likable small town people who are close. Mike is usually with his father and also often helps the Miss Madison team with menial tasks. The movie also does a very good job portraying Madison's love for hydroplane racing and working the classic underdog formula. In conclusion, "Madison" is a very entertaining family movie that has something for everyone to enjoy.
(es) wrote: Architecture nerds like me will love it but so will the casual admirers. The documentary shows how Frank Lloyd Wright is a one of a kind personality and a true genius. We come to understand his brilliance and great charisma but also see the side of him that was brash, judgmental, and incredibly arrogant. It is fascinating to hear about Wright(TM)s extravagant personal and family life. It does a pretty good job of touching on his work and its principles and his extraordinary career too, but what it does best is to offer an understanding of Wright as a person. It is filled with a number of interesting historians as well as first and secondhand accounts from family members, clients, associates, peers and enemies. It is well done and I enjoyed watching it.
(ca) wrote: 7/10childhood comedy
(nl) wrote: The ending is off. Doesn't sit right. The part about his Sponsor. Other than that a nice tale of growth and self-realization.
(ag) wrote: As unconventional as they come, "Proxy" is among the indiest films to be released into world-wide film festivals and I must say that this film truly blew my mind. It's not the greatest sounding film, but down to it's core, it's a real human drama and you will come to hate every character in the film by the end. After a woman is viciously attacked 2 weeks to the birth of her new son, the plot opens up to infinite possibilities. You will wonder who the mugger is, where they came from, why they are doing what they are doing, and most importantly, if any of the characters are truly sane. This film borrows a couple elements from "The Shining," and visual styles that have clearly been influenced by Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive." Director Zack Parker is definitely an up and comer who should never leave the industry, because with an improved technical team, he can really make a masterpiece. "Proxy" earns just enough credit to be one of my favourites in 2013. With some awesome slow motion and solid performances all around, this film is terrific!