US Army sergeant Cody Cullen's horror tour in Afghanistan ends when his mate Jonesy is blown to pieces while they deliver medical supplies in Nurestan. Cody is sent home to return private possessions to Jonesy's bride turned widow. On his way home he passes Nevada City, California, where he meets Faith Spelman, who writes the parish's Christmas cards to lonely soldiers, coincidentally including him, an orphan. He happens to save her dad Luke from a serious car run-over. The Spellmans invite Cody home for dinner, then the Christmas tide. He proves a great help in the family logging firm. Vietenam vet Luke wants Cody as son-in-law, but although charmed, Faith still seems committed to rarely present fiancé Paul, a wine broker.
In the midst of war in Afghanistan, Sgt. Cody Cullen (John Newton) visits a small town and falls for the woman (Alice Evans) who wrote a well-wishing card to the troops. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bloodmarsh K (ag) wrote: A guy with a really cheap camcorder follows a group of really bad actors around the woods, while a chick wearing a clown mask/jumpsuit hacks them up with her rubber machete. Maybe the $10 they made from filming this pile of crap, will allow the ''director'' to buy a better camcorder for part two.
Dawn S (mx) wrote: This movie had so much potential!
(es) wrote: Ithiko symperasma : A re paliomisoforia ti traban gia sas ta agoria.Mia tentomeni kai adynatismeni Elizabeth Sue paizei me ta myala twn gyrw ths.H ypothesi argei ekneyristika na apokalypsei ta giati kai pos. Petaei pou kai pou kanena hint, alla einai toso akyra pou apla ta grafeis.(pou ton brikan ton protagonisti?)
Cathlene B (es) wrote: "Filled with literal and metaphysical stone throwing between the religions, Agora is saddled with a muddy narrative and too many blokes who look alike." j.Croot ..... I enjoyed it, but can see why others didn't.
Mikey M (br) wrote: Rom com without the com which confused me a little, but the thematic was interlaced nicely and that stopped this film from feeling pointless.
Dana A (ag) wrote: Kerry Washington & Anthony Mackie should have received more recognition for their excellent work in this indie drama about members of a Philly community in the mid-70's who are still struggling with their Black Panther past. It's not a perfect film (and I really would have liked to see more of this story fleshed out), but I have to praise Tanya Hamilton for bringing a story to life that we've rarely seen told.
Mark J (au) wrote: A nice film...though why did all the video of the tourists look twenty years old?
Leo L (br) wrote: A fantastic film! An interesting storyline that follows the lives of a hunter and his family.
Tyler S (fr) wrote: What is with this movie!? Why is it so weird and dark and violent while at the same time trying to be romantic and heroic and old school light hearted family fun? Why is Morgan Freeman some random Muslim guy who was never in any of the Robin Hood stories and is basically more important in the movie than Robin is? Why is Alan Rickman the Sheriff of Nottingham and not Prince John? Why does the Sheriff of Nottingham have a literal Witch for a mother...wait is she his mother? I DON'T KNOW! Why does Kevin Costner's British accent keep disappearing and re-appearing Just why? Why WHY WHYYYY!?! Well...if anything...it has a nice score. (P.S. was it a rule in the 90's that Sean Connery had to appear in every mediocre Medieval Fantasy movie that came out, or something?)
Chris S (es) wrote: I don't get it or understand its appeal. Set in a time and world I just can't relate to
Colleen V (us) wrote: So very bad. The usage of Yeti-cam was just kinda sad. Overall I was routing for the Yeti, and was disapointed he didn't slaughter the principal actors. This made for TV horror special has been forgotten for good reason. Run don't walk away from this stinker.
Scott R (gb) wrote: Psychological drama that must have been shocking for its time. Beautifully shot. The court scene was too far fetched and the defense was unbelievable.
Film F (gb) wrote: Joan..A great carry-over star from the Silent Era........
Benjamin O (nl) wrote: Charming entertainment.
Darshay (fr) wrote: can you please let me watch this movie