The Seminarian

The Seminarian

The Seminarian is a story about Ryan, a closeted gay student in his final semester of seminary studies. Despite his school's hostile stance towards homosexuality, Ryan has two gay classmates - Gerald and Anthony - in whom he secretly confides. He is also close to his religiously devout mother who, as things stand, is unaware of his sexual orientation. Ryan needs to complete a solid theological thesis in order to continue doctoral work at the university of his dreams. As he works on his thesis 'The Divine Gift of Love,' Ryan begins a relationship with Bradley - a guy he has met on the Internet who seems perpetually unable to commit himself. Ryan confides in Gerald and Anthony, only to learn about their romantic struggles as well. Consequently, Ryan questions his views on God's gift of love.

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Hugo V (fr) wrote: -The Fifth Estate is a 2013 thriller film directed by Bill Condon, about the news-leaking website WikiLeaks. The film stars Benedict Cumberbatch as its editor-in-chief and founder Julian Assange, and Daniel Brhl as its former spokesperson Daniel Domscheit-Berg Anthony Mackie, David Thewlis, Alicia Vikander, Stanley Tucci, and Laura Linney are featured in supporting roles. The film's screenplay was written by Josh Singer based in-part on Domscheit-Berg's book Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange and the World's Most Dangerous Website (2011), as well as WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy (2011) by British journalists David Leigh and Luke Harding. The film's name is a term used to describe the people who operate in the manner of journalists outside the normal constraints imposed on the mainstream media. Co-produced by DreamWorks Pictures and Participant Media, The Fifth Estate premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival,[8][9] and was released in theaters by Touchstone Pictures in the United States on October 18, 2013, with international distribution divided among Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, and independent arrangements by Mister Smith Entertainment.[11][12] The film performed poorly at the box office and garnered mixed critical reaction, receiving criticism for its screenplay and direction; however, praise was given on the acting, particularly Cumberbatch's performance.- Julian Assange has described the film as a "massive propaganda attack", he did discuss the film with Benedict Cumberbatch, with Cumberbatch claiming that he's "personally supportive" of the organization.Critical response:-The Fifth Estate received mixed reviews from film critics. The film currently holds a 37% approval rating on the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 163 reviews with an average rating of 5.4/10. The site's consensus reads: "Heavy on detail and melodrama but missing the spark from its remarkable real-life inspiration, The Fifth Estate mostly serves as a middling showcase for Benedict Cumberbatch's remarkable talent." On Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 based on reviews from critics, the film has a score of 49 based on 42 reviews, indicating "mixed to average" reception. It received an average grade of "B" from market-research firm CinemaScore. Despite the film's mixed reception, Benedict Cumberbatch's performance as Assange has received much praise.

Matthew C (mx) wrote: This movie had a lot of good and a lot of bad, all things considered. It's important to know going in, IMO, that the narrative is very, very weak -- and honestly is hardly needed at all. Ultimately not very well written. But that really didn't matter because the movie was about Broken Social Scene and their spectacular free concert of last summer. Superbly captured, you're easily drawn into the vibe to experience the friendship and camaraderie that flows within the band. The film is also filled with great, honest shots of Toronto that invoke warm feelings of nostalgia. Good stuff. It is just so unfortunate that the story itself fails so miserably. Dammit. And the end? Come on, are you serious? Fail.

Claudia A (fr) wrote: Women are the best! Great movie on how we can do anything!

Aruja S (de) wrote: who cares about the movie if john's there!!

Lanky Man P (fr) wrote: I loved this starting out then the direction is took ending up making it a lame flick.

Alexis D (br) wrote: Promising for awhile but stumbles in several areas and cheaps out at the end.

Private U (us) wrote: An amazing movie. Better than that Donnie Darko movie, even though that one was very well done...this one...hands it to the ground.

Joshua A (nl) wrote: I like Jeremy Davies

John D (mx) wrote: Wasn't this the one with Harvey Keitel? Where Steve Buscemi plays a transvestite? If so, this was a terrible movie. (Although you do get to see Steve in a dress. Steve!)

mac m (gb) wrote: One of my favourite lines from movies is taken from this Egoyan film. The lead is going through an emotional and personal crisis and comes out with this classic one liner: "no one asked you to come into this world and no one is asking you to stay" Nu'man

Yvonne A (es) wrote: Only movie I've ever seen, where I rewound it and started watching it right away again. Amazing movie.

Daniel P (ag) wrote: Loved this as a child, the knives and forks chained to the table in the cafe, classic!

Mohammed A (gb) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Greg W (kr) wrote: pretty lame i guess was 'steamy' then but not anymore!

Ryan C (au) wrote: Ridiculous from the very beginning if you know what the actual capital of Brazil is.

Paul B (ag) wrote: The main characters are wonderfully played, Annette Benning, Kevin Costner and the fantastic Robert Duvall all hit their sweet spot. I could watch Robert Duvall reading a book. It makes a great change for a Western when you actually care about the characters., and the whole money isn't just about violence.On the minus side only a couple of minor points. As with all Costner directed films, it is, perhaps, a touch on the long side. I often wonder whether he would benefit from having a stricter Editor. Still worth the buttock cramos.Also Michael Gambons' "Irish" accent did wander around a bit, but a small price to pay for a very watchable performance.