The hardscrabble lives of two brothers (Emile Hirsch, Stephen Dorff) reach a breaking point when one accidentally runs over and kills a bicycle rider, which forces the brothers across the state to the home of one's old flame. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Paul S (kr) wrote: A magnificent work of motion picture art. The special effects were outstanding, the action heart-pounding, the drama tear-jerking. To top it off, it was graced with rare, cultural accuracy. A must-see!
Kyle P (nl) wrote: The message is way more important than the cinematic quality.
Suresh K (jp) wrote: Good movie,never fails to entertain, a big fish in a small pond really.
Connery C (mx) wrote: This movie should if never been made, and having David Tennant in this crap! Why?
Elena S (ag) wrote: nice but i like the first one , although this series had more player in its story
Mike V (de) wrote: This true-to-life documentary-style drama set in a French high school was all too real for me. Good performances all round and an interesting screenplay which draws you in to the tensions and games people play. AANFL 1001
Tija F (jp) wrote: Simple, but interesting. Goes on a bit too long, but definitely worth a watch (and hopefully a visit to Pearl's garden).
WS W (mx) wrote: An interesting & potential concept, backdrop & set up even though the execution (narrative) was not that good back then. Romane Bohringer has always been such a vividly amazing actress since her earlier career years.
Katie Y (ca) wrote: A decent Vietnam protest film. I'm still unsure if Keifer Sutherland can act but I enjoyed I did enjoy this film.Cheesy in some parts, yet very meaningful towards the end.
JohnnyLee T (jp) wrote: Only succeeds because of Gere's charisma. Touches on themes still daring today, over 35 years later. Movie's attitude to gays is really outdated though.
James H (nl) wrote: Sam Elliot's sincere performance boosts the films tired and often used story. Good location footage. It's ordinary but watchable. It plays like a television made movie from the time. It's a likeable film though.
Steve W (es) wrote: A bit of nostalgia and hopeless romance. At least they didn't die like most of the movies in the early 70s.
Donna L (ag) wrote: Inspired by a true story, Al Pacino stars as Danny Collins, an ageing rock star who can't give up his hard-living ways. But when his manager uncovers a 40-year-old undelivered letter written to him by John Lennon, Danny decides to change course and embarks on a heartfelt journey to rediscover his family and himself. Starring Al Pacino
Private U (jp) wrote: have watched it soo many times... the casting... the COSTUMES!!!
gary t (nl) wrote: I found this movie extremely funny!! One the best (IMO)