A racially-charged criminal trial and a heart-rending love story converge in this documentary about Richard and Mildred Loving, set during the turbulent Civil Rights era. Long Way Home: The... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Loving Story
This documentary film tells the dramatic story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple living in Virginia in the 1950s, and their landmark Supreme Court Case, Loving v. Virginia, that changed history.
- Stars:Lindsay Hollister, Brendan Fletcher, Michael Paré, Willam Belli, Jane Alexander, Lindsay Almond Jr., Edward L. Ayers, Leon M. Bazile, Hugo Black, William Brennan, David Brinkley, Tom Clark, Bernard S. Cohen, Caitlin Congdon, William O. Douglas, Ken Edwards, Abe Fortas, Raymond Green, John M. Harlan II,
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Marc S (it) wrote: 72 minutes of Steve Jobs sharing his views and experiences. Priceless!
Aragorn K (jp) wrote: If I Stay's strength lies in the strength of its core cast (Moretz, Blackley, Liberato), but the thin story, overreliance on flashbacks, and glacial pacing can't be concealed by the talent on the screen, whether from its powerful core cast or its exceptional supporting cast (especially Keach). For a movie that is, at its core, a tragedy-romance, it surprisingly lacks the emotional punch that would have elevated it, if only a little.
KEshon P (ru) wrote: i didn't see This Christmas in a while
Michael K (us) wrote: Recall the film being fun, but nothing particularly remarkable.
Ian T (gb) wrote: Kind of interesting, I ended up wanting to slap a few of these people though.
Carlos M (br) wrote: Words are not enough for me to express how much I adore this film - a deeply poetic, romantic and compelling experience that has a fantastic cast, a wonderful dialogue, one hell of a great direction and some of the most amazing martial arts scenes I have ever seen in a movie.
Wojciech K (nl) wrote: I'm a fan of William Gibson, but this movie shows that scene-for-scene book-to-screen adaptations don't work. The setup at the start of the movie was interesting, but the movie made the mistake of telling you the key events instead of showing them -- definitely not compelling cinema. The last third of the movie, with X going over events just felt redundant. Skip this movie.
Edgar R (jp) wrote: this move has made me laugh every time i watch it
Nick J (de) wrote: The acting, especially that of Dustin Hoffman, is very well done. I am impressed with Hoffman's portrayal of someone with autism, and I was smiling, laughing, and crying throughout as I related some of Rain Man's behaviors with some of my special education students.
Alex G (it) wrote: Great idea and special appearance of one of the great horror actors. After that, utter garbage.
John H (de) wrote: Unapologetically soapy and stagebound, what keeps it from being another weak weepie is Bette Davis. Her facing down mortality could have been trite, but her unique screen presence illuminates and fleshes out her dying heiress, giving her both a feisty fight for life and a growing calm in the face of death - and in return, the film gets a surprisingly potent intelligence and depth. They really don't make 'em like they used to. (Oh, and keep your eyes peeled for Bogie!)
Pablo G (us) wrote: A classy and beautiful mystery with great acting and great dialogue, making every character matter and every situation important within the search for a killer that isnt always the focus of the film.