Monty Wildhorn who is an alcoholic novelist has lost his drive in his job. He and a newly single mom as well as her daughters who motivates him to write again meet up in quiet Belle Isle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Magic of Belle Isle
In an effort to tap into his original talent, a wheelchair-bound author moves to a rural town, where he befriends a single mother and her three kids, who help reignite his passion for writing.
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Mohammed A (us) wrote: Hilarious , funny , love it
Zaron N (fr) wrote: The title is misleading...it isn't a Zombie movie. It's more of a Ghost and possession movie...and it actually wasn't too bad. It's definitely better if you compare it to the movie I saw earlier tonight. Anyway, I liked the film's approach to addressing the little things before addressing the main frightening object. Things like the door being open and stuff like that. It adds a sense of real fear with the fictional fear. It's a typical horror film besides that though. However, there isn't anything that makes you jump, and the horrors arn't happening at a mile a minute....the movie moves very slowly, but if you can be patient, you just may find it enjoyable
Brian F (gb) wrote: I love "bad" movies, I love New Jersey and horror, but this was so terrible I almost lost all faith.
Scott N (mx) wrote: Side-splittingly funny.
Bradford G (jp) wrote: Fantastic looking film. I wasn't that keen on any of the characters but it was very easy to watch and and is basically over before you know it. Interesting look at blind love and what can happen (and can't happen) because of it.
Stan D (nl) wrote: Alan Ladd is the western hero gunfighter in a memorable performance, with Jean Arthur, Van Heflin, and Jack Palance. The classic western showdown between the small farmers and the big rancher, is made special by the Ladd bravura performance, which of course did not win the oscar for him. "Come back, Shane !!"
Stuart K (br) wrote: Directed by Peter Medak, best known for The Odd Job (1978), The Changeling (1980) and The Krays (1990). He was offered a script by Road House writer Hilary Henkin. He took it on. It's not perfect by any means, as it tries to be a modern day film noir, but it's thunder was stolen by The Last Seduction (1993), and alot of it is a bit silly. It has dirty cop Jack Grimaldi (Gary Oldman), who has a loving wife Natalie (Annabella Sciorra), and an doting mistress Sheri (Juliette Lewis). But, Jack finds himself in deep water when the police are being outwitted by a Russian assassin called Mona Demarkov (Lena Olin). Italian-American Mafia kingpin Don Falcone (Roy Scheider) orders Jack to kill her, or face the consequences because of his dirty dealing. He soon gets alot more than he bargained for and more, and learns things the hard way. It's trying to be a cleaned up version of Abel Ferrara's Bad Lieutenant (1992), but with a noirish twist. But, alot of it is over the top. It is a bit hard to follow, and it could have done with a tad more action, but it's well shot by Dariuz Wolski. It leaves a lot of room for improvement though.