Two estranged sisters torn apart by their differences suddenly find themselves working together towards a common goal in this heartwarming drama...For years, overachiever Terri (Kristy Swanson) and her idealistic sister, Mandy (Alberta Mayne), have kept their distance from each other, as well as from their parents' struggling florist business. But when a tragic turn of events brings both women home, they discover just how much they need one another in order to continue their family legacy. Filled with romance, humor and hope, it's an endearing story about making time for the ones you love.
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Demetre R (au) wrote: 8. I grew up watching my heros Ali, Tyson, Sugar Ray, Foreman, Homes but never liked or knew much about Roberto Durant. This movie helped me learn if his increadible story. All boxing fans should watch this film. Sugar ray only lost one fight by decision to roberto. I remember how he taunted roberto on the rematch. It was my favourite fight that to this day I never forgot. Now his opponent who I was against, I have a new found respect for. Him and sugar are friends to this day. Great film. I streamed it.
Harshith J (br) wrote: Not sure how much facts are real as depicted but I am convinced about message delivered in this documentary project.Environmentalism is not only about fighting issues generally discussed by the big "corporate" environmental institutions. This film exploresthe bigger truth that's contributing to global warming often hushed by these organisations for the want of fund-raisers they target at. It'snot about saying everything they do is for extortion as the "resourceful" rivals portray these organisations to stay out of their money making business in spite of exploiting natural resources. But the movie's concern remains on the biggest cause for most of the environmental problems the earth is facing currently and they are silent about because of less support they would get, that will in turn be difficult to run their projects with few backing them.Also there is mentioning of large-scale fishing and its comparisons to wild animals on land. The ocean is like a huge national park with likeselephants, lions, deers, tortoise, etc. in form of whales, sharks, fishes, turtles, etc. and how multiples marine species are killedwithout protection in form of by-kill when wildlife on land are protected through some laws, national parks, reserves, etc.This project is a bold attempt on a real issue regarding environmental problem and kudos to that.
Keith C (ca) wrote: A bit of a mess, but beautifully shot and with an electricity at certain times.
Laurie C (jp) wrote: What can I say Gale Harold is the best actor out there today and so underrated as an actor. He really shines in this movie. Behind his eyes there is nothing, he is this charater from beginning to end. To be so into your charater, to be so cold that when you look into his eyes and you can see only that charater and nothing else but the emotion of that charater you have a GREAT actor. Now if Hollywood would only take notice.
Jhaneb K (ag) wrote: A dark film, though too intense but was a novel one!!! A Korean movie remake
AD V (es) wrote: Energetic and flat out fun, fast paced comedy/horror about a bunch of (alien?) insects that take over the world. Good FX and and a believable cast help make this low budget indy really come through. Plus the hybrids are the coolest/creepiest things I've seen on film in quite a long while. Now where's that damn sequel?
Private U (de) wrote: This film is Japanese. It is not "deep," and it is not "extreme." It's sad that because of these facts Linda Linda Linda will never get much of an audience in America. I discovered this movie through the ridiculously adorable Aki Maeda. In short - four Japanese schoolgirls, playing some tunes by the Blue Hearts, sort of like the Japanese Ramones, for a talent show. That's it - nothing more than that. The namesake song is probably most famous out here for being the theme to the dearly missed Ctrl+Alt+Chicken. I loved this movie. It's sweet, funny, and sentimental without pandering. Why is it that films like this aren't made in the English-speaking anymore? Everything is either overly "mature" or dumbed down and patronizing. It's rare to see a G/PG-rated live action film meant for all audiences in America, and that's a damn shame. It's true that the movie's a little on the long side, but the only problem is the first 20 minutes. Nothing after the intro felt particularly slow to me, and I have ADD. See this movie. It ain't arthouse and it ain't controversial, but it's about time the Western world figured out that Asian cinema is good for a lot more than that.
Brandon W (ca) wrote: After exams, the history class in high school are watching Flyboys which I never saw a dogfight movie before. I can see why the history teacher like this, but for me, I just find it all right. The acting is decent, and James Franco is great in it. The story was just there, and the characters are a bit forgettable. It's really slow to which it is just boring. The best part of the film, are the battle scenes. But even for that though, it's just decent, and is not that exciting until the final battle. The chemistry between Blaine and Lucienne is nice, and the result of it is actually very effective and wouldn't think that it'll happen. Flyboys is a forgettable movie that has good things in it, but just was too boring for me to get invested in.
Sophie H (jp) wrote: It was ok but it was predictable
Tyler S (us) wrote: A pretty strange erotic film featuring outstanding performances from Spader and especially Gylenhall. She's amazing in this role as Spaders secretary. She's different and he's different. They develop a strange relationship based on pain that really they both suffer from. They are perfect for each other in a twisted kind of way and she does what ever he says.You really have to see this movie to see the twisted relationship develop onscreen.
Endena Z (gb) wrote: Sooo funny - excellent comedy
Jonathan H (gb) wrote: If you took The Exorcist's aesthetic, but inserted terrible performances, and swapped out thorough religious themes for half baked ideas about reincarnation.... you could probably still make a better movie than Audrey Rose. Robert Wise was no stranger to vacuous, overly sentimental storytelling (see: The Sound of Music) but he really outdid himself here. That's not to say he didn't have talent (after all, he made The Day The Earth Stood Still, which, for my money is one of the best sci-fi films ever made) but his direction in this film is choppy and even downright questionable in some scenes. Not even a younger, spry Anthony Hopkins can save this cheap imitation from itself.
Grayson D (ca) wrote: This is kind of a spof of Valley of the dolls but it's better than it. If you have seen a Russ Meyer novie before you will know what to expect and if not this isn't a bad place to start.
Richard D (br) wrote: Not exactly a bad film, but fairly disappointing as a sequel to a classic. Yul Brynner returns, but he's the only one who does. Robert Fuller is not, to say the least, a welcome substitute for Steve McQueen. Julian Mateos is not a great actor, but since he's replacing Horst Bucholz, nobody will really care. Warren Oates and Claude Akins are added. Oates's is hampered by a silly character, but Akins is quite good, nearly stealing the whole film. Emilio Fernndez is fantastic as the villain, and Fernando Rey even shows up. I love Larry Cohen, but frankly, it's his screenplay that's really no good. It's a very routine "hunker down and hold off the bad guys" script that really has nothing new to offer. It's a dull retread of the original film.
Orlok W (ca) wrote: Vincent Price vs. The Horla--surprisingly good Price vehicle!!
Andy F (gb) wrote: Fabulous Disney film at a peak time for the company. The animation leaves you wanting more but the wraparound story is so charming that you can't really complain. Only begins to flag slightly in the last 20 minutes or so. Spellbinding!
Bob R (it) wrote: Brilliant and a very shocking end
Serge L (mx) wrote: This film has a good youth beat. The story seems familiar though, like an old french film. It spiral badly and quickly mid-stream. A bit too easy evil in the end and we're back at being buddy with the devil. bah.