All fourteen-year-old Robbie Hendrick ever wanted was a family. Yet as another Mississippi summer begins, his wayward mother has run off again fearing a breakdown and he's left to burn the days caring for his half brother, Fess. As the deep days and nights pass without her return and with older brother Lucas dangerously in their lives again, Robbie must face the fact that his dream of a family may only be a dream and he might just lose the only family he's ever had: Fess.
- Stars:William Ruffin, Patrick Rutherford, John Alex Nunnery, Arthur Arrington, Joice Baldwin, Casey Brown, Rob Demery, Eugene Ellis, Hannah Feltus, Sarah Fortner, Braxton Gardon, Gloria Gonnillini, Casey Heflin, Byron Hughes, Ryan H. Jackson,
- Director:Matthew Gordon,
- Writer:Matthew Gordon (story), Brad Ingelsby (story), Brad Ingelsby
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(de) wrote: if you have seen every AVGN episode or at least most, this is a treat. It just has that amazing and hilarious AVGN style from the youtube series. You will not be disappointed.
(it) wrote: This movie really had nothing to offer. It seemed as though the director was never comfortable in his vision. I think Markopolos' story would have been in much better hands with an experienced filmmaker. The director seemed to draw elements from other filmmakers without really indicating a style of his own. Overall the story had no insight on the Madoff scandal that wasn't already published. I was consistently let down by the director's choices and found myself frequently stealing glances at my watch throughout. It's a shame that such an opportunistic topic was placed in the hands of someone so undeveloped.
(mx) wrote: The first one was bad- this was terrible.
(ag) wrote: This film was just OK. I thought it was alternately confusing and implausible. The basic story idea was a good one. We have an ancient Viking curse that calls for the tragic death of one of a pair of young lovers. Later in time, another tragic story of doomed lovers is played out in contrast/comparison to the first. I thought Lynn Redgrave is very good here as a grumpy story teller w/ a story of young love lost. Kirsten Dunst is also very good here. The movie unfolds going back and forth in time between the 2 tragic stories of love lost. I thought this technique was effective and well done. The scenery was beautiful and well shot. The stories began to drag a bit after the first hour or so. In the first story, as a child, the Silly character goes into the water to learn to swim. She takes to it like a fish. She smiles and swims w/ open eyes under water. She sees a mysterious clump of seaweed w/ glowing green bubbles. She emerges from the sea w/ changed eye colour. The village is convinced that she, ?is the chosen one?. But, chosen for what?? She is warned by her mother to never go into the water. Later, as a young woman, she falls in love. The relationship is forbidden. They flee in a boat. The young man, a sailor, jumps into the sea. He dives under the boat and emerges on the other side. Silly (K Dunst) , loses a valued string of pearls; the young man easily dives and retrieves the pearls. A storm comes up immediately. Silly asks him to return to the boat. He says he cannot. Why not?? He is only a few yards away. He is a skilled swimmer. It does not make any sense. The current time story of doomed lovers does not reveal the cause of death until near the films end. We see a little bit of the lovers relationship but not enough to appreciate their relationship. So its hard to feel the loss. The only way to enjoy this movie is as a fairy tale. You can go with the visual and emotional feel of the film. You need to ignore the troublesome plot points. It seems almost all films require some forgiving of awkward plot features. But, the fewer, the better. Its interesting to note that this film does not have a theatrical release date. Seems it must have gone straight to TV or DVD.
(es) wrote: great movie. power to the woman...
(br) wrote: This is my favourite from the series. Even if you do not like art movies, check out Dave Lombardos drum solo.
(nl) wrote: Selon moi un chef d'oeuvre, humour bien noir et bien cynique comme je peux aimer, attention toutefois prevenir les gens avant de le faire dcouvrir, sinon ils peuvent tr eun peu surpris (a m'est arriv...lol)
(ca) wrote: love this movie, love sally fields acting is excellent plus!!!
(gb) wrote: i like b-movies...but this one is boring. the only real enjoyment that you'll likely find here is making fun of the film as you watch...unfortunately, in this film's case, that only goes so far. the clowns are well done and all...but that's about it. anyway, if you want to see a trio of clowns murder people without actually seeing a whole lot of gore, this movie is alright...just be prepared for some boredom along the way.
(mx) wrote: many a time have i been told never to admit i love this film, and that just makes it better. what can i say, its release was of synchronous and primary importance to a certain 11 year old.
(jp) wrote: This is definitely a guilty pleasure and its entertaining!
(br) wrote: Blackboard Jungle has its mind in the right place. That's about as much merit as it deserves. I'm not appalled by the behavior of the film's student body. I've seen it all before, and half of what I've seen isn't even in film. I'm much more appalled by the manner in which, halfway through the film, all the adult character's struggles seem to fade away. In less than a year, a rookie teacher who hardly changes at all throughout the movie, somehow manages to get his students to, not only participate in class, but Like him and Defend him during the final scene. How was this change in students possible? By making friends with the token black character, showing audiences that, hey, not all black people are as bad as they seem. Yes, I am aware of the era this movie was made in. Yes I know how controversial and how much good it did in inspiring others to also help their students. As a film, it is fine, The acting is fine, the music, the lighting, and so forth, are all fine. But this is an extremely dated film, and i despised how much it thought it knew about how to handle the reckless. Though it plays out seriously, the methods used to woo the children are mundane and the results are ridiculous.If you really want to see an accurate film about the education system and how the perfect teacher should inspire children, see Blackboard Jungle's modern contemporary (a sort of grim mockery of this film), see Detachment.