The Pregnancy Project
The Pregnancy project tells the real story of Gaby Rodriguez, a seventeen-year-old who attended a Washington state high-school and made her senior school project the treatment of pregnant teenagers by pretending to be pregnant.
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Scott M (ru) wrote: One can't help but feel like a bully for picking on a film like Barking Water. Shot on what surely was a shoestring budget; this third feature by writer/director Sterlin Harjo (whose previous film, Four Sheets to the Wind, won the 'Special Jury Prize' at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival) is basically a tone poem concerning a dying Native American man as he heads on a final road trip of potential redemption and peace. This is obviously a labor of love for all involved, but you've seen variations on this story many times before. Barking Water does little to differentiate itself from the pack. A token amount of plot - Frankie (Richard Ray Whitman) is a Choctaw Indian who is at last succumbing to disease and old age. But before he departs this Earth, he convinces his friend and occasional lover Irene (Casey Camp-Horinek) to drive him to see his estranged daughter, so that he may make amends for sins past and meet his grandchild for the first time. Although Irene is reluctant as their friendship ended years ago on bad terms, she eventually agrees to soothe her own guilt, and their friendship is renewed as they embark on one final adventure together. The rest of the film unfolds basically as you'd expect it to. There are long, dialogue-free scenes of characters simply watching the road and the scenery around them (often constructed as music-video style montages), there are encounters with colorful locals, and there are moments of shared pain and reconciliation. There is quite a bit of atmosphere to this film, but it's difficult to disguise the fact that very little happens. I cannot go on at length about favorite moments or favorite dialogue because there are very few incidents and not a lot of dialogue. The majority of the film takes place in a single moving automobile, and much of that time is spent in quiet reflection. Again, the picture attempts to be a tone poem, but the film fails to define itself past its well-worn narrative hook. For much of its length, it is basically a filmic road trip through rural Oklahoma. To be fair, the acting is more than adequate, and Richard Ray Whitman is genuinely noteworthy. He has an incredibly detailed face, something suggesting a colorful James Bond villain. Also, the film is not overly sentimental, so the moments where the emotion does push through feel earned and not cheap. Barking Water is not a bad film by any definition, merely a relatively uninvolving one. The final moments have a certain power, but then it is difficult not to be moved by the closure on a long and storied life. Unless you are a fan of Native American cinema, I cannot truly recommend seeing Barking Water. It may be a noble failure, but that does not make it a success.
Niklas S (mx) wrote: The HK version of the mediocre movie "Cellular". It should have been an exclusive for the HK cinema cause the execution of the story is a hundred times better than in the original. The action scenes don't dissapoint and the gangsters are both hillarious and brutal. True Hong Kong action.
Andruw F (us) wrote: From James L. Brooks, writer director of two best picture nominated movies, and one winner, as well as co-creator of The Simpsons, I was expecting better. Adam Sandler's performance and character are both great, with the latter being a little less great, having some things and moments I don't like. All the other performances have their moments, and they mostly do good in their characters. The first act was good, and I was really invested. But everything after that just wasn't very good, because once they went to the beach, there were only a few good moments. The directing is alright, and seems to make the best of writing that had way too much stuff, and not very many laughs.
Najam K (fr) wrote: Music Made This MoviE a cLaSSic Piece...!!!
John G (nl) wrote: I finally opened this after having it forever. We used to watch this in my basement in high school all the time with the tv hooked up to the stereo for full effect. A great rockumentary with a small goldmine of stuff on Keith Moon the Loon . . .
Cody C (it) wrote: Awesome Douglas Sirk. Probably my favorite after All That Heaven Allows. Fairly simple story but told as beautifully and brilliantly as possible.
rocko p (nl) wrote: I own the tape to this and it's in color, not complaining but maybe I'm bragging just a little bit. Awesome.
Mark S (gb) wrote: Look up the word "Charming" in the dictionary and there will be a picture of Goldie Hawn floating on the bank of the Seine.
Ryan B (de) wrote: I'm not sure what possessed me to watch this, maybe it was the description of the movie. It had the premise of a good movie but part of me got quite bored 3/4 of the way through it. I have to admit I didn't like it very much, I mean there were good parts to it but there wasn't really much to keep my attention, and one more thing, it was a little hard to tell whether it was a flashback or current time, it didn't say anything like, 24 hours earlier or later, it didn't have a good sense of time and that's really what confused me a little in this movie. Bottom line is, I would not watch this again. Unrecommended
Carlos M (es) wrote: It may feel disjointed to some viewers as it did to me when I first saw it, but I was wrong; in fact, this is a beautiful film that has Robin Wright in a fantastic performance and offers a fascinating discussion about reality and the thin line that separates the escapism of Hollywood films from alienation.
Udayalaksmanakartiyasa H (au) wrote: how could this earned the title: You Got Served?? there isn't any battle in it.. damn!! the first movie may not have a good solid story, but the dance are for real. now this movie, the story is suck, and also the dances.
Cam V (ag) wrote: It has a beginning and an ending. The ending was the best part because the movie was over and we didn't have to put up with it any longer. It's not worth it. It's attempts at comedy, action and drama fail. It's set in Africa and some birds have Indian accents! Come on! So DO NOT watch this.
Grayson G (au) wrote: I'm happy I could give it half a star, because this is, without a doubt, the worse movie I have ever seen in my nearly 22 years of existence. I mean it's hard to explain how bad this film is, but the biggest thing that I can say is that "The Room" has better acting, direction, writing, and sound direction. This film has nothing redeemable about it at all.I mean I can't even say it looks nice because I was getting motion sickness from watching this movie. The character designs were lazy and the first person does not work in a film format. You can have little sections of first person like in the "Doom" movie, the only good part of that film was in first person, but an entire movie of it was just bad.I've heard people telling me that you have to turn off your brain to enjoy it, it's a bunch of dumb fun, but I can't. I analyze everything I watch and this is just poorly made.