Dramatization looks at the tumultuous relationship that existed between rock group The Beach Boy's Brian and Dennis Wilson and their father, Murry. It also examines their struggles with drugs and alcohol. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys
Dramatization looks at the tumultuous relationship that existed between rock group The Beach Boy's Brian and Dennis Wilson and their father, Murry. It also examines their struggles with drugs and alcohol.
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Brad S (ag) wrote: What a perfect movie to watch at the close of 2016's politically divisive craziness.
Dinesh P (de) wrote: This movie starts where the last movie ends and the aquarium faces a new set of challenges. A lovely emotional and cute film. A must watch.
Kin T (it) wrote: you must watch this... seriously heh.
Marvin S (ag) wrote: Great Christmas movie
Sunil J (br) wrote: Nothing is lost in translation here. You can read every emotion in these actors faces.
Freeman M (fr) wrote: Two guys with the same name walk around in the desert for two hours. If this doesn't cure your insomnia, nothing will.
andrew d (mx) wrote: I hate almost all baby movies.HATE. Hate hate hate.What terrible bastard marketing executive comes up with these? What soulless horrible kicker of puppies and stealer of mining children's hard-earned nickels thinks were that stupid that we would find this entertaining.Now, if the kid were a dog...Meanwhile, somewhere out there two people toil away on an amazing script....this is what gets made instead...go fuck yourself you bastards.
Ashyle C (us) wrote: classic film, realistic view of 70s ireland cracking soundtrack!
Ben C (ru) wrote: A confusing, plotless and low-budget mess of lowbrow humour and irregular-shaped deaths, that is merely saved by Neighbours' Ian Smith and Gerard Kennedy.
scott p (es) wrote: Best one in the series.
Alex B (fr) wrote: Used, confused, disturbed: poor Ludwig comes across here as quite sympathetic. But not so as to prevent or discourage us from welcoming/cheering the end of monarchy/aristocracy. On the contrary, we see/feel the limits (to be overcome) of all the ruling powers/authorities of the age. And therein lies (at least an aspect of) Visconti's brilliance/excellence.
Nick M (es) wrote: There isn't enough conflict present until much too far into the film, but it is well made and has a consistently creepy tone and beautiful subtle visuals.
Trevor W (kr) wrote: So very dull. Doesn't get remotely interesting until the last 20 minutes, when it gets somewhat kind of interesting