The Falls: Testament of Love is a continuation of the story of RJ Smith and Chris Merrill, two Mormon missionaries that fell in love during their mission in a small town in Oregon. The boys haven't spoken in five years, but when an unexpected tragedy compells them back to the Oregon town where they served, they find themselves, once again, thrust into one another's lives. As old feelings begin to surface they find themselves again facing difficult choices. If they pursue their desire to be together, RJ and Chris risk hurting the ones they care about as they embark on a spiritual journey to discover love, freedom, and happiness.
Chris and RJ reunite five years after coming out to their families and their church as gay men, where the factors that led to their separation are revealed as they mourn the death of their mutual friend Rodney. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Claire M (it) wrote: I just watched this on netflix the other day and it kind of reminds me of my life. I loved this movie because of that :)
Maggie L (ru) wrote: Perhaps I'm too dumb or something, but I really couldn't put the movie scenes into logical sequence. It was a complete mess for the audience and eventually throws everyone off track.
Christopher E (br) wrote: Although "Charlie St. Cloud" is fueled by a passionate Zac Efron and gorgeous, although overused scenery, it is much to confusing and blindsided to provide a sensible story.Charlie was a young boy who had his whole life ahead of him. He had a full ride toward College and on top of that, was a loving and affectionate brother. One day, tragedy strikes as he starts to lose everything dear to him and through a series of events, will have to find the will to move on and start a new life.At this moment, I myself am writing a screenplay semi similar to this one, where the supernatural is combined with reality, so that's the main reason why I decided to watch this film. This film held plenty of potential, and I was actually mildly entertained by it, but overall, this film wasn't able to satisfy completely.To start out, let's talk about Zac Efron. Efron is a large name in Hollywood due to his days in "High School Musical", and has been able to build a steady career since then. However, many of his movies have fallen far short of expectations, but although his filmography isn't the strongest, that doesn't stray from the fact that this kid has talent. He always brings a charm and likableness to his roles that makes him an easy protagonist. In this film, he brings more than a few emotional scenes where he's just completely broke down, and you can't help but feel for the guy. When put in the right role, I think Efron can easily continue to build upon his career, but for him, he must choose higher quality productions. This movie also impressed with irrelevant, yet gorgeous scenery. It felt like there was always something that looked beautiful on screen, as they used a heavy amount of dream like scenery. Although it is irrelevant at times (unnecessary for the scene), it doesn't hurt to look at. In fact, it makes your eyes light up with joy while you watch the cinematography play out.Although the plot is interesting enough, there ultimately isn't much depth to the film. In a better phrase, it lacks the consistency and realism to really make an impact on you emotionally. Although it's entertaining, it feels like the film jumps all over the place in an attempt to surprise you, but in the end, it just turns out cheesy and predictable. In the end, I actually had a decent time with this movie. It's not awful by any means, but it also isn't worth going out of your way to watch. It's a great casual watch with a strong Zac Efron performance and some great visuals, but ultimately fails to supply a meaningful story. The finale really disappointed me, and since the movie really couldn't finish strong, I can't give it a fresh rating, despite the entertainment I garnered from the film.
David G (es) wrote: Once of the greatest films of the past 15 years. Love, love, love this film. Wish it was available on Blu-ray.
Cindy T (es) wrote: i like it so much i mean the movie
Jonathan T (mx) wrote: Wish they made a sequel
Linda V (es) wrote: FUN MOVIE ANDY DID A GREAT DOUBLE ROLE
Thomas K (br) wrote: A film that I've always had fun watching even though I have no clue as to what it's about, so can somebody please tell me why it was made, other than giving us the last third of the Mick Travis trilogy.
Anthony L (gb) wrote: Disney Movie #13: The Three CaballerosThe Three Caballeros is colorful, funny and completely random at times but that's what makes it a classic. The Three Caballeros are great together, each one contrasting the others. It's definitely the most energetic and fast paced out of all the Fantasia Era films. The Three Caballeros, in my opinion, is one of the best, if not the best, Disney Fantasia Era film.
Ahmet K (gb) wrote: Amazing film series love it.
Socrates C (mx) wrote: Although the actings of Brad Pitt,Eric Banna and Sean Bean are nice the script is weak and the battles are unrealistic.
Rachael R (ca) wrote: very sad film about the fallout of the war in Nicaragua, a great eye-opener and a reminder of how full of ourselves we are in Europe