The English Teacher

The English Teacher

Teacher Linda Sinclair (Julianne Moore) balances her staid home life with an incredible passion for her subject, but her routine is forever altered when a former star pupil and his unsupportive father reenter her life. Go-to television director Craig Zisk, whose credits include Scrubs, Weeds and United States of Tara, takes a turn on the big screen with this insightful comedy about self-discovery co-starring Greg Kinnear, Nathan Lane, Michael Angarano and Lily Collins.

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mark d (us) wrote: Dick Figures: The Movie is a 2013 American independent animated comedy-adventure film, written, directed by and starring Ed Skudder and Zack Keller, distributed by Mondo Media. It is Mondo's first animated feature-length production and independent company Six Point Harness' first original feature film. The film was released for rent and purchase on September 17, 2013 on digital download and streaming services including iTunes, Google Play, PlayStation Network, Xbox Video, Vudu, Netflix and Yekra, an all-new movie watching site for indie films. The film was then released a week later on iTunes in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.The film was split into 12 different chapters and published onto YouTube by Mondo. $313,411 was raised through the mass-funding platform Kickstarter from 5,616 backers (including Warren Graff, Fred Seibert, Gundarr creators Corey McDaniel & Ted Wilson, amongst others) through May 31 to July 16, 2012, out of originally a $250,000 goal, breaking the record for the most funded animation project through the site, until it was surpassed by Blur Studio's The Goon (an upcoming computer-animated adaptation to Eric Powell's graphic novel series of the same name) on November 2012. Dick Figures: The Movie successfully had a theatrical debut at the Buffer Festival in Toronto on November 9, 2013[1] and became available on DVD and Blu-ray in the United States on December 3, 2013.

Jilla M (es) wrote: Interesting doc for wine enthusiasts

Paul N (ca) wrote: The best silent film I've ever seen, not that I've seen many. Very entertaining, and I can watch John Goodman in anything to cheer me up.

Nathaniel M (ru) wrote: Watched this movie as a teenager, surprised how much I remembered from it. Unlike the garbage Billy Bob Thornton was putting out, this feel-core film is 5 feels out of 5. Excellent sound design. The draw backs are that the pacing is a bit slow for most people and the low budget can kind of make the production feel like a made for TV film. It shares a trait with Haruki Murakami novels in that the stories told within the story are better than the overarching plot.

Stephen T (br) wrote: With the 2016 Presidential election on the horizon, it is interesting to go back and look at some films which show the campaign process. Using the Democratic Party as a platform, Primary Colors is a satirical political dramedy about the inner workings of a candidacy. There are obvious links to the Bill Clinton presidential run in 1992 and with Hilary Clinton looking like a viable candidate for 2016 the film takes on a new relevance. Two other films mentioned in recent reviews touch upon similar topics: the documentary The War Room (1993, Chris Hegedus) and the political thriller The Ides of March (2011, George Clooney). It is suggested that audiences watch these films as well. Primary Colors is unique in that it uses a comedic angle to critique American politics. It is also refreshing that the film stays within one political party and one election - the primary election, or the election which decides who will be chosen as a certain political party's candidate for the general presidential election between the major political parties. The film contains a fantastic hook at the beginning with an adult literacy meeting (just watch and listen). However, the film runs long and gets very drama-laden and melodramatic towards the end. It abandons its light-hearted feel, which is a mistake that leaves viewers wondering what happened to the funny satire. Mike Nichols is a great director whose credits include Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966), The Graduate (1967), and more recently Charlie Wilson's War (2007); but Nichols piles on too much final act melodrama for Primary Colors to be considered a great movie. Nevertheless, Billy Bob Thornton and Kathy Bates make the film very watchable in key supporting roles. Adrian Lester who plays the idealistic aide is also very good (he should be more active in today's cinema). Emma Thompson is memorable, but not realistic as the long-suffering wife of John Travolta's philandering politician. Travolta is riding the crest of a late-nineties career upswing since 1994's Pulp Fiction directed by Quinton Tarantino put him back on the Hollywood playing field; it would unfortunately be a short-lived winning streak for Travolta who would later sink back into the Hollywood doldrums with his epic box-office bomb Battlefield Earth (2000, Roger Christian). Finally, honorable mention goes to Larry Hagman as the reluctant rival candidate; Hagman makes everything he's in better.

Private U (kr) wrote: One of my all-time favorite films (and books.) It is so moving.

Dan G (gb) wrote: Watching this film on a fairly random whim, I was very pleasantly surprised at its quality. It likely earns some bonus points from me due to how few decent viking movies there are out there, and also how few movies with good use of throwing knives in combat. The cinematography and scenery are gorgeous, the acting decent enough and the action choreography is fairly unique. The characterization is a bit weak as each of the characters is largely defined by their motivations rather than any personality, but the actors manage to make the best of things nonetheless. Well worth seeking out when you feel the need for viking. Mmhmm.

Gordon I (jp) wrote: The red used in the film symbolizes that Bruce Willis is a ghost--FORTY YEARS TOO SOON!

Lau H (fr) wrote: Great story, interesting script, with Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hanks top notch performance, this movie is full of entertainment value.