Surrounded by the eccentric faculty of Truman High School| Mitch Carter wins the California Teacher of the Year award and immediately receives a tempting offer that
may force him to leave his job. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Al H (au) wrote: A good documentary about a cult band.
N M (ag) wrote: Deeply disturbing movie about Hollywood - my husband and I got in a fight during a desert break and decided it was because the movie had completely unsettled us. Great acting, which is absolutely essential for such a raw script. Hollywood and the rich and famous life has never looked so unappealing.
Co P (ru) wrote: So tedious I almost walked out, except I was at home.
Greg W (nl) wrote: a good indy sci-fi pic but it seemed like a 'poor man's "Inception"' but i did like the story
Freeman M (ru) wrote: Powerful documentary that, like 2010's "Restrepo," takes you to the front lines, and beyond.
Nefert M (jp) wrote: Endearing aussie film
Toma G (ag) wrote: As always in such movies, historical/documentary part is questionable but that's the only thing you may not like here. Everything else - from acting to storytelling, is truly amazing here.
Jessica H (ru) wrote: Cuba makes me wonder if his previous acting skills were a fluke.
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(mx) wrote: I enjoyed "A Time for Love" the most but the "Silent Film" style of "A Time For Freedom" was well shot. The last segment, "A Time for Youth" makes a good point, with its more technology driven romance/ relationship (texting and social networking) our society is now dependent on.
Saeed K (ag) wrote: The Best French-Canadian movie ever!!!!!
Meng S (it) wrote: surfing made it fantastic...
Kai R (ca) wrote: An original, thought-provoking idea and some 'just-above-average' acting means House at the End of the Street is more than watchable.
Rick O (mx) wrote: Not much mystery for Holmes.
Dan C (mx) wrote: Directed by and starring Jeremy Gardner, this film is much more of a character piece than a gore-fest. There are zombies for sure, but they are sporadic, which adds to the tension of the story. The basic premise is two baseball teammates are on the run from zombies and have to learn survival skills while they travel to find safety. They learn more about themselves along the way and what their strengths and weaknesses are. It was another different perspective in the overused genre of zombie films. I was more compelled by the characters and their interaction with each other than the actual survival story.
Jonathan D (br) wrote: nothing special here. Ben foster definitely looks like Lance.