An urban family leaves city life behind for the confines of rural New England. Little do they know that their new home once belonged to the Keyes family, a clan who experienced the tragic loss of their daughter some 250 years ago. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Legend of Lucy Keyes
An urban family leaves city life behind for the confines of rural New England. Little do they know that their new home once belonged to the Keyes family, a clan who experienced the tragic loss of their daughter some 250 years ago.
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William N (jp) wrote: This was just as bad as skyline, it's hard to do an alien movie, battle LA got most of it, signs was the best, war of the worlds was good, super 8 all got it. Not this though.
Simon S (it) wrote: It's hard to hold anything against a film that has nothing but kind intentions, but this is a film that lacks subtlety and too often it goes into cheap, although undeniably effective, sentimentality.Many characters fall under the category of 'good' and 'bad' with no middle ground in between. Although the story is worth telling and the Kenyan scenery has a very desolate beauty, this is the kind of film that ultimately lacks the requirements to warrant recommending.
Shelly G (de) wrote: Pretty good, somewhat sad at the beginning
Ky K (jp) wrote: At first, the development of the plot is entertaining but then the story has scenes that border on stupidity.
Drew S (us) wrote: Good movie, but can someone say "worst DVD cover ever?"More later, maybe.
William W (jp) wrote: I really enjoyed this cinematic version of Mae West's successful stage play, Diamond Lil. Refreshing to see her in her prime, and an early Cary Grant co-starring role as well, before he would rocket to superstardom. Owen Moore, as jilted lover Chick Clark, provides the only horrid performance--it's as if he had never acted before in his life.
Zach P (es) wrote: It's a fine enough movie, and if it wasn't part of the Evil Dead series it would be an easy four stars. However, it's so tonally different from the other two that it's almost distracting. Bruce Campbell still gives a great performance, but it's hard to root for Ash, who in this movie is honestly kind of a jerk.
Scott M (ca) wrote: Good movie that was almost great but needed better editing choices. All of the actors are awesome and it was perfectly cast. I love the battle scenes. But some of the plot choices were dumb. Still, very entertaining.
Alice S (us) wrote: Another girl-with-cancer movie from around the same time as "The Fault In Our Stars," but I liked it a wee better by virtue of it delivering on its promise that it wouldn't be a love story. The problem with the Dying Girl trope is that she has no other identity besides strength-and-detachment-derived-from-cancer. Rachel has one moment of whimsy when she mimics Greg's "subhuman" convulsions, but it's so early on, and we don't really see her transcend beyond Greg's erstwhile categorization of her as "Boring Jewish Girl Subset 2A" until the end, I guess, when her book sculptures reveal her romantic, creative, perhaps even tortured side, but even that emotional epiphany is more Greg's. Olivia Cooke does give a beautiful strong-and-detached performance though. Sometimes, I think it's easier for actors to bawl uncontrollably than to try to NOT cry, and Cooke's big eyes well up for the duration of several, long uncut shots, but they never overflow.Some other pretty glaring character development holes are Earl's and Madison's. As the other token minority of the titular triangle, Earl appears in the film to perpetuate some lower class black stereotypes for comedic relief; disappears; reappears to jive talk some sense into Greg; disappears; reappears to save Greg from a lunchroom brawl despite them being on the outs; then disappears again. One of Greg's narrations mentions how despite their disparate socioeconomic backgrounds, they still have the same taste in films and adventurous foods, and I was hoping there would be more to Earl's character/upbringing/aspirations and Greg's perception of him that could foil his knee-jerk obsession of typing all the other cliques at his school. In re Madison: she's a nice-hot girl, and Greg is the stand-in for every "nice-insecure guy" who resents the "friendzone." He's the one who gets to judge her motives as controlling or disingenuous or oblivious when there's no backing for such projections since her motives are never made clear from a storytelling angle in the first place.On the whole, the movie is funnier, more sardonic, more artsy (with all its movie remakes), and less saccharine than TFIOS, so it does have that going for it.