The Blue Butterfly

The Blue Butterfly

Based on a true story, The Blue Butterfly tells the story of a terminally ill 10-year-old boy whose dream is to catch the most beautiful butterfly on Earth, the mythic and elusive Blue Morpho. His mother persuades a renowned entomologist to take them on a trip to the jungle to search for the butterfly, leading to an adventure that will transform their lives

A dramatic adventure about courage, redemption and love being filmed in the rain forests of Costa Rica, and in Montreal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Joseph L (ca) wrote: Iron Man 2 is a boring mess which does not live up to the first movie, nor does it contribute much to MCU, or the entire superhero genre for the matter.

Aaron B (ag) wrote: Based on a true story?

Bruce W (fr) wrote: Jay Baruchel is among the most talented young actors of today. A natural, and very funny. Randy Quaid is like fine wine. A consummate professional.Together here in "Real Time", their chemistry is firing on all cylinders. Hereis a film that will fly underneath the mainstream radar and it`s a little gem.A mere 78 minutes is all it takes. Dialogue driven with a shoe-string budget and filmed entirely in Hamilton, Ontario. Highly recommended !!

Claire T (ag) wrote: I thought this movie was ok but could have been better, I don't want to see this movie again, it starred Danny Dyer. I don't want this movie on DVD, it was directed by Christopher Smith

James S (ca) wrote: Having not watched many crime/ gangster films, I perhaps don't have much to compare 'bullet boy' to, however one thing that I felt was lacking was a real sense of tension. This led to the ultimate conclusion being somewhat underwhelming, yet unexpected. Some nice scenes did exist; particularly the hide and seek sequence, although I would have liked more to complement what was potentially an exciting storyline. Underlying themes and issues of morality are present, although a less explicit representation of them would have been welcome. Impressive and believable acting considerably save this tale, so much so that it could be a recreational documentary or something.

Hannah S (es) wrote: Beautifully shot Aussie indie drama. We usually associate Australia with bright colours and sunshine, so to use a pale palette with snowy landscapes is a fascinating contradiction. Cornish's Heidi is a contradiction herself - simultaneously sympathetic whilst frustratingly inept. She is unable to connect with life and the people in it until she meets Worthington's Joe, a character also dealing with his own identity.This is a loving character study and one of those films that enjoys taking its time, with oftentimes difficult characters... A good film for the melancholy.

Rachel P (ag) wrote: I think it should've stopped at the sequel, but still see to find out...

Ville V (us) wrote: The whole film evolves like a carefully planned choreography from the beginning to the end. Interesting and fun as well, with good characters.

Rob H (de) wrote: Dangerfield is good in it but you can tell he is on his last leg

Ike H (br) wrote: It makes me hungry just thinking about this movie. Also great acting!

Anthony V (kr) wrote: Good story and performances.

Tim N (it) wrote: Story compelling, knowing that it's based on true story. Movie-making not so much.

Sean C (mx) wrote: This movie is pure GREATNESS. Funny and relevant.

James R (kr) wrote: Man did this series really got worse and worse never getting much better than the original VHS (2012). VHS Viral is the third film in the VHS series which are a series of short horror films connected by some sort of a story. This one like the others uses found footage and its "main story" centers around a guy named Kevin (Patrick Lawrie) who is filming a police chase that's going around town, but in the process his girlfriend Iris (Emilia Area Zoryan) is kidnapped by a stolen ambulance. The ambulance drives around town messing with peoples cell phones and causing them to become violent. The short stories are Dante the Great about a magician who finds a magical cape that gives him powers, Parallel Monsters which is about a man who creates a portal into another dimension where he meets himself and lastly Bonestorm which is about a bunch of skateboarders who run into a cult. So here's my thoughts on it all. The main story (called Vicious Circles btw) is easily the worst connecting story out of all three VHS films. It's all over the place I never cared about Iris and Kevin is super annoying. Nothing is creepy about the over the top violent parts and It didn't connect the short stories as well as the previous movies did with their connecting anthologies. Dante the Great isn't bad, but isn't exactly that scary. It has one creepy scene. Parallel Monsters is almost too long and drawn out although I did enough the "twist." Bonestorm was probably my favorite, but it was still really all over, but had the most enoyable characters out of the three short films. Overall, this is a solid skip. Unless you've seen the last two VHS films and really want to finish this thing out it isn't worth your time!