The Neon Bible
While on a train, a teenage boy thinks about his life and the flamboyant aunt whose friendship acted as an emotional shield from his troubled family. This film evokes the haunting quality of memory while creating a heartfelt portrait of a boy's life in a rural 1940s Southern town.
- Stars:Jacob Tierney, Drake Bell, Gena Rowlands, Diana Scarwid, Denis Leary, Bob Hannah, Aaron Frisch, Charles Franzen, Leo Burmester, Sherry Velvet, Stephanie Astalos-Jones, Ian Shearer, Joan Glover, Jill Jane Clements, Tom Turbiville,
- Director:Terence Davies,
- Writer:Terence Davies, John Kennedy Toole (novel)
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The Neon Bible torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: "Regardless it`s pointless & brainless ,But Metallica fans will worship it "
(nl) wrote: Richard Gere is doing Richard Gere better than anyone else can. He gives a fantastic, conflicted, nuanced performance, and the supporting cast hold him up well. The film is thrilling yet not scary, which makes for an engaging and entertaining use of your time.
(fr) wrote: In the future rival gangs fight for control of a lawless suburban town, gaining power and street cred by winning dance video game duels. You have to give THE FP credit for playing the goofy idea straight, but unfortunately the overall message seems to be that the wannabe gangsters of the apocalypse will be just as annoying as today's youth are.
(es) wrote: Geek Alert! Geek Alert! Geek Alert! We have discovered one of the most entertaining & quirky film geekettos in film history, Scotty Pelk the protagonist of the independent pelkicula "Film Geek". Pelk is a walking encyclopedia of film facts. He is the epitome of cinematic obsession. Melik Malkasian's performance as Pelk was mesmerizing. Malkasian's breakthrough work will gateway him to the Melik Way of independent film stardom. Pelk is a clerk at a video store named Video Connection. He is the king of T.M.M.I. (Too Much Movie Information) as he annoys the customers with obscure facts on avant-garde directors and screen imaging. "Scottytape" has definitely watched way too many movie videotapes throughout his lifetime. He also has a film fascinado website whose hit list is in the same list as what some of his co-workers have him on, "the zero list". Pelk gets "cut" from his Video Connection dream job and aimlessly searches for another video store gig. He also falls for an attractive female artist named Niko who thinks he is the dweeb poster boy but finds a "reel" attraction in him. The film follows Scotty through his trivial film world and it becomes a playground for film freaks & geeks, present company included. Writer-Director James Westby's love letter to film connoisseurs is a marvel effort that has to rank as one of the supreme independent films in cinema history! I hope to see more flicks from the "Wild Wild Westby". Join the great geek gods of film and take a peek at "Film Geek". ***** Excellent
(fr) wrote: Slow-moving, quiet psychological drama about class realities in contemporary Iran.
(au) wrote: I had this COMPLETELY confused with a Hong Kong trilogy. So I don't think I have seen it!
(jp) wrote: Absolutely loved the ending, but the movie sort of dragged on and it was hard to keep my attention, I'm definitely glad I finished it though.
(es) wrote: It has been a long time since I've seent his movie. I'm not going to say I loved it since Brandis committed suicid recently, but I did enjoy this movie. It wsa fun.
(fr) wrote: Truth is indeed stranger than fiction! Absolutely hilarious!
(ru) wrote: A strange, hypnotic live-action realization of a Medieval manuscript, this movie had me mesmerized. Not for everyone, but those who know music and literature from the time will be astonished. It is Chretien de Troyes' masterpiece come to life.
(it) wrote: Pokes at the exploitative, self-indulgent side of hippie culture and at social hypocrisy generally, while wallowing in misogyny and racism of its own. Seeing this on film now that digital projection has taken over theaters, I was in awe of the rich, varied colors and sharp lines in what was, admittedly, on-the-cheap animation. It's a shame hand drawn animation doesn't have a chance at high quality presentation anymore.
(kr) wrote: Margaret Rutherford rocks Miss Marple and I love her spirit.
(ag) wrote: Arguably one of the best Harry Potter movies to date, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban manages to be not only darker than its predecessors but also more visually dazzling, funnier, and more intriguing with some stellar performances from Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Michael Gambon who makes just as good an Albus Dumbledore as his predecessor Richard Harris, Alan Rickman, David Thewlis in the role of Professor Lupin and Gary Oldman as Sirius Black.
(mx) wrote: As you might expect from Blue Sky Studios, Rio is filled with noisy characters, lame dialogue, and a poorly paced plot.
(mx) wrote: A movie that fan girls will hate but boys will like. Has a few funny scenes and a bit of bad humour so I find it is watchable for guys but girls will just look at the case and burn it.