Song o' My Heart

Song o' My Heart

Broken hearts in Ireland. Sean is a great tenor, in semi-retirement, living in a village close to Mary, the woman he's always loved. Mary's aunt convinced her to marry a man for his money; he's has recently deserted her, leaving her penniless. She and her two children, Eileen and Tad, move in with the selfish and austere aunt and are miserable. Eileen is falling in love with Fergus, a young man who's off to Dublin to seek his fortune. Sean is drawn out of retirement and goes on tour in America. At his first concert, he's nervous and out of sorts until the last song, when peace descends on him like a gift. What has happened, and can family life be set right?

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Christopher P (br) wrote: If you like tennis and/or the sisters, you'll like the movie. If you don't, you probably wouldn't be watching this anyway.

Alexa C (ag) wrote: This movie was funny, and had an awesome love story to it! Miles Teller is amazing, as well as Analeigh Tipton. Must watch!

Benedikt F (jp) wrote: Another impressive piece of evidence that the US constitution isn't worth the paper it's written on.

Asma K (gb) wrote: Painfully funny. But mostly just painful.

Maria K (ru) wrote: this movie is my best friend.

Sarah H (br) wrote: A strange movie, but I enjoyed it, especially since Shelley Duvall, one of my favorite actresses of all time was in it. I don't think I would want to see this movie again, but I definately enjoyed it the first time around.

Chris P (ca) wrote: Boris Karloff is not an evil mad scientist, but he's more than willing to experiment on humans. Bruce Bennett, the supposed hero, heralds the great contribution of Karloff to science at the end of the film which sort of is like saying Josef Mengele was at least giving us good scientific information while torturing people. Of course the science in the film is an asinine mixture of cryogenics and poison. Lots of fun though.

Akash S (es) wrote: Giovanni Pastrone's grand-scale storytelling of a lost princess, her journey from being kidnapped to almost being offered as a child sacrifice and then ending up as a slave, 'Cabiria' is cinema's first true epic. Pastrone made several films, and the scope and spectacle of his films inspired directors like Griffith and Fellini, but 'Cabiria' is the only one which has stood the test of time. And since the story is set almost 2000 years ago, the aged quality of this 100-year-old film only adds to the feel of the time.Like Griffith's 'Birth of a Nation', 'Cabiria' too was shrouded in controversy for its biased depiction of races, places and cultures. Like 'Birth of a Nation' propagated Ku Klux Klan's nobility and agenda, 'Cabiria' tried to legitimize Italy's distant past, and tried to promote and inspire themes like 'wars of conquest', Roman salute, racial nobility and virtue, etc. I mean, all the non-Roman characters in the film are depicted in negative light.Whatever the controversial history the movie might have, if one is ready to ignore those aspects and try to acknowledge the feat it tries to achieve in the medium of filmmaking, it's an enjoyable journey. The movie offers many fascinating sequences, like, the child offerings at Temple of Moloch, Princess Sophonisba's pet leopard and even her spectacular arrival for her almost wedding, soldiers and elephants crossing the Alps, the pyramid formed by soldiers and shields in one continuous shot, and few others.The original version is said to have been three hours long. I saw the truncated 1993 restoration, which is two hours long. In this itself, the number of characters and events seem too many, a few of them almost unnecessary; I wonder what the extra 60 minutes had in store. Better editing (I mean, even shorter than two hours) could have made the story tighter, more interesting and compelling.Overall, it's an interesting story and a well-made film, and personally, I liked it much more than the overrated 'Ben-Hur'.

Jonathan H (fr) wrote: Slightly strange, but funny and beautiful. There are times when Carell and Knightley are a little awkward on screen together, but for the most part the two leads play off of each other well, imho.