Some Things That Stay
A coming-of-age story of a teenage girl from a liberal upbringing who moves to a conservative baptist community in rural 1950s America.
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Melissa C (br) wrote: A contrast to the Donner Party who Levi Savage (Jasen Wade) witnessed for himself when winter, starvation, and despair would make men and women like ravenous wolves. The Martin-Willie Handcart Company should have been like the Donner Party or worst since they were even more destitue of supplies and tools to survive.The miracles ring true, how else could they have survived, as ordinary people, under prepared, out of their experience, walked over a thousand miles and more to Zion and something extraordinary happened to help them make it.We would do well to remember the tender mercies of the Lord in our lives to sustain us to keep moving forward and when we can't to endure as rescue comes to help us continue on until we comes home, or if need be even at the cost of our lives.I will remember this movie for a long time and pray I can have the same strength they have demonstrated in their devotion to their families, liberty, and their God.
Caleb M (mx) wrote: NH folks should check out this fun little locally produced campfest! It's got something for everyone: pop tunes, a murder mystery, a cute romance, monsters, basketball and more. It's a really fun and intentionally silly movie. Be sure to look for Marshall's (Matt Farley's) phone number in the end credits.
Harry W (us) wrote: I figured Bloodrayne would be crap, because despite the fact that it looks well designed on the surface and has a good cast, Uwe Boll directed it.And Bloodrayne's downfall is the fact that its uninspired. Uwe Boll directs the actors to attempt to let the story flow naturally and say their lines in the most bare basic manner possible, making them give nothing to the film but their reputations and physical statured. The plot is uninspired and bare basic with the confusion coming from the fact that the dynamics occur in so many places at so many times with unbalanced pacing that keeping up with them loses its worthiness. And the setting becomes dull and dreary, a world supposedly full of vampires in a manner not believable as it coincidentally occurs to all the main characters yet not to what the camera does it identify. Basically, the setting is weak, and the characters are all in dull costumes with obvious wigs.But the lack of inspiration in the action is the main problem. The action seems too improvised, and clearly had to be performed by the actors who in fear of getting injured have moved slowly and softly, resulting in things being weak and not convincingly harmful as actions of violence. The editing was also a little fast, although no worse than all the crappy action films today like Taken 2 or A Good Day to Die Hard. Still, it could have been better, and could have done without the poor quality slow motion used in half of the most important parts.Plus, the script and plot dynamics are a boring a dreary bunch with minimal creativity or originality, or even so much as the mind it a 3-year old's efforts put into it. It leaves little for the actors to work with, but they supply little themselves do it doesn't even matter, which is a shame considering the efforts of Michael Madsen, Michelle Rodriguez and Academy Award winner Ben Kingsley at some of their worst. They put the physicality into their roles, but no heart of an actor. Plus, Kristanna Loken makes a bland lead as an actress who can work the physicality and show off her breasts without so much as a thought as to what her character might be thinking as something happens in the head of Rayne as she seeks vengeance for the "rape" and murder of her mother. She just becomes a hollow shell of a Uma Thurman wannabe who fails spectacularly.Basically, Uwe Boll was given the budget for Bloodrayne but refused to give in enough effort to bring the $25 million into creating an atmosphere that Bloodrayne could work with, and although it seems like one of his finer works, that in itself is not a credential.
Nitesh T (jp) wrote: A fine film. I find the story endearing, the fact that many of us have been in similar predicament as karan did, is a testimony of the film being real, insightful and relatable. Every generation redefines its values and idea of expression, even when it comes to patriotism. The movie brilliantly handles the idealisim of being patriotic in today's generation. The movie is inspiring and I look forward to it when the chips are not in your favour. A good piece of work which did not get its due in the box office.
lateshia t (kr) wrote: I saw the first one, it's cheezy, I have to see the second.
Jayakrishnan R (ag) wrote: 89%Watched this on 4/5/15Chaplin is a well deserved biopic directed by an always reliable Richard Attenborough who is also one of the pioneer in biopic films, take for instance Gandhi. Robert Downey Jr gives a phenomenal nuanced performance as Chaplin and does justice to the great legend. The film is incredibly emotional, especially it's ending which is nothing but a true tribute to the legend. Moreover, Attenborough's film sheds a lot of light not only on the personal life of Chaplin, but also on how the then influential people like J. Edgar Hoover ruined his acting career.
Anders A (ru) wrote: Christian Bale carrying a movie as a youngster, showing the confinements of what he shall become. The movie itself plays out on a rather interesting point of view of the WW2. From e foreign perspective in Shanghai, as China goes under Japanese controll, Bale and Malkovich among others are captured in a prisoncamp. Endurance is gold.