The Glass House
After the parents of Ruby and her younger brother, Rhett, are killed in a car crash, their parents' best friends, Erin and Terry Glass, become their guardians. The children hear promises of a world of opulence and California fun -- all they have to do is move into the Glasses' gated house. Before very long, though, Ruby suspects that Erin and Terry may not be the ideal guardians they seemed to be.
- Stars:Leelee Sobieski, Diane Lane, Stellan Skarsgård, Bruce Dern, Kathy Baker, Trevor Morgan, Chris Noth, Michael O'Keefe, Vyto Ruginis, Gavin O'Connor, Carly Pope, China Shavers, Agnes Bruckner, Michael Paul Chan, Rachel Wilson,
- Director:Daniel Sackheim,
- Writer:Wesley Strick
Ruby Barker’s parents died in a car accident. She and his brother - Rhett - have to move to Malibu to live with Terrence and Erin Glass. At first, Ruby and Rhett are happy and comfortable. Ruby quickly makes friend at school and Rhett spends more time with his video games. But when discovering the two childrens are recieved $4 million, neighbors start changing their attitude. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(mx) wrote: Kavbojka za duso in cudovit izbor za zgodnje jutro. :) Ljudje smo kar pocnemo. Vsaka stopinja je nasa na poti od pekla do raja. In nikoli ni prepozno, da spoznamo zmoto in se vrnemo na pravicnejso pot' Zabavna in poucna zgodba prav o tem!:D
(us) wrote: I'm biased, but this was fantastic.
(jp) wrote: This movie looks amazing
(fr) wrote: parts of this movie was filmed in my home town of Northfield i remember sneaking on set into the barn on the NMH campus
(de) wrote: not that bad the annoying, screaming kid was a bit much at times.
(gb) wrote: For lovers of the great drunk movies: Barfly, Fat City, In a Lonely Place. Love the ambling pace of this film, love the dialogue, the characters, the specificity. Hard to believe this was Buscemi's directorial debut. The ending is a knockout.
(fr) wrote: If there's one film that made me want to work in cinema more than any other, this is it.
(us) wrote: Sadly time has affected this film. It appeases an older audience rather than younger because teens can go outside and see the same story lines for themselves so why watch it?
(ca) wrote: This contains less virtuoso camera work than its successors and it is very...I can't really pick the right word: think of the negative connotations of the word European when applied to art and you got it. It's so ridiculously...twee isn't the word...maybe coy. I don't know. But it is insanely meta. I mean completely meta. And it was 1950. It's shocking. It's a real landmark. It has some funny moments and the acting is pretty good. It was hard to deal with the very French concept of ??love?? but I can forgive it for the complete flouting of film conventions...in 1950!!!
(au) wrote: The best song is " I wanna be loved by you" sung by a very young Debbie Reynolds.
(ag) wrote: Sophie's Choice (1982) ?? 1/2Some felt odyssey of lonely mother's descent into the dismal, harsh Nazi controlled camp where she decides which of her children lives or dies was extraordinary. I thought it was fatally slow-moving. Judge for yourself. However, the performance by Meryl Streep and direction at climax are undeniably spellbinding. Kline is compelling too; Streep won well-deserved Oscar.