Keegan Dark returns to the the heart of California's wine valley to make peace with his long-estranged family. Instead, he finds a harrowing mystery that endangers his life and those he loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Dark Place
Keegan Dark returns to the the heart of California's winery valleys to make peace with his long-estranged family. Instead, he finds a harrowing mystery that endangers his family's lives and livelihood.
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Teshia M (kr) wrote: This movie was very inspirational! I like movies like these.
S S (us) wrote: Never read the book and heard only negative things about it/ the movie and even the author. After watching the movie I understood why the people of this particular community (Sylheti Bangladeshi Muslims) would be so offended by the portrayals. But a negative portrayal does not mean an inaccurate portrayal. While it's true the characters were one dimensional, I found it easy to draw parallels with the characters and issues shown in the movie with what I have observed in my own life. The elderly women that's always talking about islam this, islam that yet engaging in bribes and backstabbing others (classic bangladeshi person), arranged marriages, the good obedient housewife, the islamization of the Muslim community and more importantly the hypocrisy in it, the split in Bangladeshi society itself: one cultural/nationalistic and the other 'religious'/Islamic identity. These are just some of the things i remember going through my head when watching it.Yes its negative, but its all true. I know all these people. I see all these people everyday. I see it in the community here in the United States and I see it in Bangladesh when I visit. These are all real people to me.I feel that Monica Ali is an observer and decided to write this novel to show what she saw. Unfortunately the novel (from what I heard) and the film that followed were not the correct medium to get her observations across. Instead of writing the novel or doing the film, it might have been better as a research paper or something because admittedly all the characters were fairly one-dimensional (except for the husband) which is okay in an action or adventure movie but not for a movie of this kind. Also, this film is not for everyone. One outside of the Bangladeshi culture might not understand many things happening in the film simply because they are an 'outsider' to the culture and does not have the context necessary to fully understand or appreciate it. 7.5/10Quote:"You think Islam is the place you come from? Islam is not a country. You think you are my brother more than the next man on the street because we are both Muslims? All this fighting talk that we are all "brothers"...three million, three million died in East Pakistan in this lifetime. What was that? "Brotherly love"? It was Muslim killing a Muslim. Have you forgotten? Are you so lost? My Islam is in here (internal)...and that is the only thing worth defending!"
brooke a (gb) wrote: Sofia Vassilieva is Eloise brought directly and wonderfully to real life, plain and simple.
Lyndsay P (gb) wrote: One of the better films I've seen that tackle transgender issues. I thought Wilkinson delivered a phenomenal performance.
J K (br) wrote: Leave it to Bollywood to come up with the premise of a killer adopting the surviving child of a family he executed. That's SOOOOO charming guys.
Hardy C (ca) wrote: There's a really great movie buried in Spike Lee's Bamboozled, one that can make Americans confront their inherent and historic racism and intolerance, but alas, Lee seems unable to use the surgical knife required instead of the bludgeon he used to force this awareness. Laudably, he even showed a little sensitivity to feminist issues (which is really just one face of the same "-ism" coin) but the general topic of prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination is so thoroughly engrained in every fiber of America that "Less is More" should have been Lee's guiding directorial philosophy to more succintly make his point.
Michael W (kr) wrote: Miniseries of Shirley MacLaine's spiritual journey based on her autobiographical book. Started out on subjects ranging from life's purpose and reincarnation before going out to left field with 'trans-channellers' and UFO encounters in Peru. If the aliens intentions was to use MacLaine as a credible spokesperson, they seem to have miscalculated. Jawdropping but strangely fascinating at times.
Tyler R (au) wrote: Well I'm happy i finally watched it. Impressive action and stunts. The plot was basic and had some slow parts but the action scenes more then made up for it. I wish they would make more movies like this. I've never seen a movie like this before. Very Asian inspired and gory and violent.
Andy C (kr) wrote: I wish I had watched this a little sooner after watching "Man of Marble" but Cox only just recently made up this whole "advanced TV" thing and I don't think it would have worked back then, so thanks to Cox and Epix for putting this online so I can stop looking for it on cable and repeatedly getting updates for when "Iron Man" is on. This is not Iron Man. This is an occasionally boring film to an American simp like myself who did not live through the events of the whole Solidarity movement, but memories of the first film did come back, obviously the last scene of Man of Marble being re-used and expanded in the middle of Man of Iron in particular, and it is a pretty keen bit of filmmaking by Wajda, to be absolutely certain.
Ethan P (ru) wrote: A very simple, predictable romantic comedy that succeeds because of its likable, well matched leads.
Daniel C (fr) wrote: By the artful direction of George Miller, these films each stand as thriller-masterpieces with practice stunts and action to immerse their viewers.
Ben H (br) wrote: I was expecting a love story...yet I got much more than I bargained for...that feels like 28 Weeks Later with less gore...and in the end, it kinda make "sense"?