A sister and brother face the realities of familial responsibility as they begin to care for their ailing father.
- Stars:Akiji Kobayashi, Susumu Kurobe, Sandayû Dokumamushi, Susumu Fujita, Akihiko Hirata, Masanari Nihei, Hiroko Sakurai, Laura Linney, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Philip Bosco, Peter Friedman, David Zayas, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Cara Seymour, Tonye Patano, Guy Boyd, Debra Monk, Rosemary Murphy, Hal Blankenship, Joan Jaffe, Sage Kirkpatrick, Salem Ludwig,
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Meredith G (nl) wrote: Great! Every American must see! Sad too, very true... We're screwed! Thanks Obummer!
Cynthia S (au) wrote: While it had some possiblities, the script was too inaccurate and unrealistic even for Hollywood. Too much effort was put into the message, and not enough into the quality of the film. A weak Hollywood effort. Heche was ok, but not strong enough to carry the film. ...and don't let me get started on the medical aspect. Trust me, whoever researched for this film missed the chapter on proper sterile techniques. sheesh.
David F (fr) wrote: Focuses a bit too much on Michael Moore but what do you expect in a Michael Moore movie? It's about his efforts to get people to vote in the 2004 election so George Bush wouldn't get elected.
Logan M (kr) wrote: While it could pass as a rehashed "South Park" episode, it's a very fair and funny satire of Hollywood liberalism.
Eve Lyn B (ru) wrote: This is one of my favorite indie films. Anne Hathaway is stunning in this. Freddy Rodriguez also shines in what I believe is his best performance to date. This is a little known film, but truly is one to look for.
Brandon S (mx) wrote: Out of place love triangle aside, this beautifully realized war epic brings the history and the emotion beyond the mythical battle of Stalingrad to bold life.
Tom R (ag) wrote: A good film, watch it for it's technical achievement though. It is not the best choice as far as entertainment is concerned though.
Xenomorph F (br) wrote: 2 bad stories, one good one with Boris Karloff, I think that one should have just been stretched out, it ended fast and the other two stories just felt like a waste of time.
Ryan V (nl) wrote: Billy Bigelow (Gordon MacRae) is a two-bit carousel barker who blunders into a marriage with naive factory worker Julie Jordan (Shirley Jones). Their flaccid relationship is complicated by a pregnancy that convinces the unreliable Bigelow to acquire a quick score illegally. Things turn tragic and this musical ends on a metaphysical note. Adapted from Ferenc Molnar's dire play Liliom, Carousel may have the highest storytelling ambition of any work by Rodgers & Hammerstein. While this screen rendition has a bit of dated schmaltz, there's also some impressive ballets and a wonderful set of songs that include gems like "If I Loved You", "You'll Never Walk Alone", "Soliloquy", and the gripping "Carousel Waltz".
Stephen S (br) wrote: Watch it for the amazing special effects. Not the plot. Skip all the "destroy the world" films that are spewing out of Hollywood and replace them with this marvel.
Andrew M (es) wrote: 22 Jump Street is even more hilarious than the first one. This movie is also very entertaining and action-packed. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are amazing together. I would very much suggest this movie.
Richard V (us) wrote: I'm generally uninterested in horror films, but Oculus was a suspenseful and tense horror film that bends time and makes you question what is happening often, thanks to an evil mirror. As the film progresses, it becomes more apparent what is happening, and - while it does deflate a bit of the psychology, it does ramp up on the creep factor.. It's not a slasher horror film like the crap you'd expect in January, but more of a psychological and unsettling horror film on par with The Babadook, The Conjuring, or even The Shining. Not to say this film is as good as those: There are some flaws here and there, including an abrupt or just unsatisfying resolution, but it's still a Netflix film worthy of your time.