A trip to the pastoral countryside reveals a dark, sinister reality for a family from the city.
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Dylan R (jp) wrote: Worth staying awake for
Jay K (es) wrote: official oscar entry
Heide G (mx) wrote: Nice movie.. A small town cinema in rural Ireland in the 1950s becomes the setting for a dramatic struggle between Rome and Hollywood, and a man and his conscience. Martin Sheen stars as Father Daniel Berry in a story about the excitement of the unknown versus the security of the familiar, as those in the town find themselves on the cusp of the modern but still clinging to the traditions of church and a cultural identity forged in very different times. -- (C) Tribeca Film (****ON NETFLIX****)
t j (it) wrote: they shoulda brought back terrance howard
Elisabeth K (ca) wrote: 6 quite pointless short stories. Don't bother.
Simon D (au) wrote: A little better than the first one but not much. I almost had to turn it off on a flight as I feared that other people would unfairly judge me. One plus is that it doesn't have that Vim Diesel in it.
Francois C (us) wrote: Interesting bloody thriller, that does lack in the story telling departement. something lost in translation ? Maybe, nonetheless it's still quite entertaining.
Caitlin L (gb) wrote: An ok movie with not great chemistry.
Hunter D (br) wrote: A good B movie scripted by John Carpenter in which a professional thief (Tommy Lee Jones) has to steal a prototype super-car from a gang of hi-tech carjackers. It's cool to see an old eighties movie with Carpenter's fingerprints all over it, even though he didn't direct it. Tommy Lee Jones is cool as a cucumber and Linda Hamilton sports an epic wig during her initial scenes. The car Jones' character is pursuing is goofy looking and dates the movie, but that only adds to its B-movie charm. Carpenter die-hards should take a look.
Jaimey P (us) wrote: Great film on scandal involving politics and media in Washington, DC...