The Lifeguard

The Lifeguard

A former valedictorian quits her reporter job in New York and returns to the place she last felt happy: her childhood home in Connecticut. She gets work as a lifeguard and starts a dangerous relationship with a troubled teenager.

After feeling a sense of emptiness and sadness in her life, 29-year-old Leigh is on leave from her job in New York City and returns to the place she last felt happy: her childhood home in Connecticut. She gets work as a lifeguard and starts a dangerous relationship with a troubled teenager. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Grami Tami N (ag) wrote: Great G-rated movie about the depression.

Sam B (it) wrote: Is it just me that quite enjoyed this movie!

Nigel H (fr) wrote: A powerful and moving film which should be seen by everyone. Fantastic realistic and natural performances which give you moments of comedy and drama - all of which builds to a truly devestating climax.

Adam R (au) wrote: This movie has it all. Corny puns and lovely ladies with loose morals. Gore with a little romance thrown in.

Michael H (au) wrote: This film sucked. The photography looks like mud and the vignette-y structure isolated me instead of involving me, and the characters either talk about banalties or embarass themselves as actors. Observational, yes, but not insightful.

Kevin R (ru) wrote: This shit does have an explanation Two men from Arkansas hear about gold hidden in a warehouse in the big city. The warehouse is in the inner slums of this city and vacated only by a couple homeless individuals. Shortly after beginning their search of the warehouse for the gold, a local gang enters the building and kills one of their members they believe is an informant. When the gang discovers the two men from Arkansas may be witnesses to the crime, they try to kill them. If the men from Arkansas want their gold, they're going to have to earn it. "One of those guys were wearing baseball shoes. Big son of a bitch." Walter Hill, director of Undisputed, Last Man Standing, Supernova, Johnny Handsome, Wild Bill, 48 hrs., Another 48 Hrs, Red Heat, Brewster's Millions, The Warriors, and Southern Comfort, delivers Trespass. The storyline for this picture is okay and entertaining for an action pick. The action scenes are okay but nothing special overall and the acting was on par for the genre. The cast includes Bill Paxton, Ice-T, Ice Cube, William Sadler, Art Evans, and Tommy Lister. "Fuck the god damn gold." "Fuck you." Trespass was a movie I had never seen all the way through. It is a movie that is fairly good and straightforward but doesn't deliver anything that makes it stand out for the genre. There are no characters that you feel invested in, no comedic lines, and no worthwhile action sequences. This is only worth your time if you're a diehard fan of the action genre. "Ain't nobody king of the streets." Grade: C+

Ed F (us) wrote: One of the best deep thinking mystery movie I've seen. I wish it would come too dvd.

Carey M (nl) wrote: I remember seeing this movie as a kid once and laughing a lot.

carlos f (nl) wrote: They don't make movies like this anymore; good bits of comedy, witty quips (not bad considering dubbing films started around the time this was made)and gauls beating the snot out of romans and pirates. They're crazy, the french folks who made this movie... and I like it!

Tanner A (kr) wrote: A great performance and a good idea but poorly carried out. The direction left much to be desired, the shots were nauseating and the movie could have easily been done in 15 minutes. A cool idea stretched and dragged out to a boring snore-fest.

John D (de) wrote: A very tedious hour and nine minutes. Everyone is just going through the motions here.

James W (es) wrote: This sequel is pretty creepy. Especially due to the strange old man who's after Carol Anne.

Khaled H (nl) wrote: another funny Paul Rudd' Movie