A young woman looks to escape her abusive life by moving to a friend's farm near Atlanta. Unfortunately, she learns her place of supposed comfort offers more terrifying forms of abuse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young woman looks to escape her abusive life by moving to her family's farm near Atlanta. Unfortunately, she learns her place of supposed comfort offers more terrifying forms of abuse.
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Bert H (kr) wrote: utter rubbish. it's actually rather impressive to watch, simply to see how they manage to spin, lie, distort, and project such an utter amount of bullshit regarding the occupy movement, much like reading Stephanie Meyer's work - some trainwrecks are beautiful to behold in just how terrible they are.
Kevin M (gb) wrote: Hunger Games on a train with a mindless amount of gratuitous violence (do we really need slow motion of the protagonist hacking people with an axe??). Plot implausibility at every turn. WTF. It's so ridiculous you can't possibly get engrossed in the silly gloom. Slap some flat dialog in there and make it 30 minutes too long and you have a real stinker.
Dawn H (gb) wrote: Great family movie. I loved it.
Jay B (nl) wrote: Hilarious and tense... a winning combo.
Anita H (ag) wrote: This is my favorite movie of all time. If there is one movie that should be viewed before judging Will Smith's acting ability, this is the film. Not Ali. This film. Will Smith is the villain; however, he is also believable, heartbreaking, endearing, and sympathetic. Will Smith's character (Paul, but that's just an assumed identity and the audience is never really sure who Paul is, where he's from, or what happens to him) is enthralled by the notion of meeting New York socialites, using false degrees of separation to appear harmless, just a friend-of-a-friend's friend. There is much going on in this movie, as all the characters are flawed; and each deserves analysis. So, I recommend you watch the movie. Once. Twice. Three times. And, be prepared to be amazed by Will Smith.
Gregory G (mx) wrote: As Irish cerebral palsy victim Christy Brown, who became a famous painter and writer using the only body part he had function over, his left foot, Daniel Day-Lewis contorts his body to inhabit the role with extraordinary intensity and emotional depth that is among the greatest performances ever put on film. Based on his autobiography, Christy's story is most perceptively about the struggle to communicate and the use of art as his sole means of expression. Day-Lewis portrays Christy as enjoyably impertinent to compensate for his anguish. In detailing the plight of working-class Dubliners, Irish writer-director Jim Sheridan, a former playwright, never lets the material become mawkishly inspirational. There are scenes that are as emotionally wrenching as any I've ever seen. Hugh O'Connor matches up beautifully with Day-Lewis as the young Christy; and Brenda Fricker has great strength as the indomitable mother who always understands him. The script is co-written by Sheridan and Shane Connaughton. Won Oscars for Best Actor (Day-Lewis) and Best Supporting Actress (Fricker). With Ray McAnally, Ruth McCabe, Fiona Shaw.
Sameer K (nl) wrote: Not worth watching. This movie has nothing to offer. Sure, the performances are pretty good, but the movie is so slight -- so parochial -- that you never give a shit about anything any of the characters do. Pass.
Al M (jp) wrote: A rather cliche plot, less than stellar performances, and a lack of scares make Dead Souls a lame haunted house movie that will only serve to pass the time when nothing better is available.