The Silent Thief
Brennan is an outcast drifter who threatens to destroy a family's unity by displacing their son, Mike, while he is away at college. The Silent Thief is a thriller that examines familial bonds and the line between sanity and insanity.
- Stars:Toby Hemingway, Cody Longo, Scout Taylor-Compton, John Billingsley, Reid Ewing, Frances Fisher, Kurt Fuller, Josh Pence,
- Director:Jennifer Clary,
- Writer:Jennifer Clary, Kevin Haberer, Chris Sapp
The Silent Thief is a psychological thriller that examines familial bonds, the human need to belong and the thin line between sanity and insanity. Brennan Marley is an outcast drifter who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: As much as I'm a fan of Noel Clarke's previous writing/directing ventures this one is clearly left of center and unfortunately misses the mark in every way.
(jp) wrote: I don't get why any one would think that this is a good movie. The jokes are just not funny, like Melissa McCarthy, in every one of her movies. This is just another boring try-hard 'comedy' that makes me question my place on this Earth.
(us) wrote: I thought this was a sweet and contemporary story.A woman is divorced and lives the hard life as a single mom of two. When she turns 40 she reaches a turning point of her life and realizes that she really can enjoy all the aspects of her life, she meets a much younger attractive surfer and her friends begin to worry about her choice and think that she's reached a midlife crisis. She is happy and in love, could life be any better?I thought this movie was very romantic and sweet, and it raises some good points about age differences and love. I liked it because I felt like I could very easily relate to the story. I also must mention that Heather Locklear looks as great as ever.
(us) wrote: what happened to michael madsen? bloodrayne? croc? maybe he's just always wanted to play a guy with a boat and a rifle; the american with a boat in thailand, who wants revenge on a crocodile...so romantic. the ending is weird. the croc falls asleep or something with a guy's foot in his mouth, so the girl wants to saw his foot off with a knife (duh), but then the other guy just decides to stab the croc, and then they blow it up or something. so it's a movie!
(jp) wrote: O my o my what can i say :O
(nl) wrote: i remember this it wasnt good
(br) wrote: Move over, Gravity, Inception, the Martian, and any other "fact-based" space movie. Apollo 13 did it first, and Apollo13 did it better.
(es) wrote: Stumble upon the Algonquin Round Table in 1920s New York at you might find yourself feeling like a foreigner. A meeting spot of the area's most gifted writers and artists, it was a base to let loose, drink booze, and impress one another with witty lines and frilly small talk. It characterized itself through such intellects as Robert Benchley, Jane Grant, Donald Ogden Stewart, Edna Ferber, Harold Ross, and Harpo Marx, important names long forgotten (except for maybe the Marx brother) but crucial in the evolution of modern writing, and, most prominently, the birth of the New Yorker, where many of their barbs could be translated into brilliant pieces of writing at lightning pace. This film, rapt in the life of its most sharp-witted member, the still relevant Dorothy Parker (portrayed by a terrific Jennifer Jason Leigh), is arresting in the way it captures the scattershot, messy nature of its titular Vicious Circle and its titular femme. But while it is lifelike, it also has a habit of being dgag to the point of shallowness, perhaps the point considering how the Vicious Circle was much more concerned with cerebral oneupmanship than depth. But as it is produced by Robert Altman, whose naturalistically flavored, enduring filmmaking style could result in sensational masterpieces or overdrawn pieces of photorealistic boredom, it isn't such a surprise that it reminds one of him - written and directed by Alan Parker, it is a case of frequent improvisation sometimes intimate and sometimes lightly mundane. A middle-ground doesn't quite exist, the film being so breezy that it comes as a shock when it delves into the heavy. The heaviness, evidently, comes from the chronicling of the life of Dorothy Parker, a cutting superheroine of the pen whose personal life never found the sense of lambency her writing could so easily evoke. As the film opens, she has just lost her job at "Vanity Fair," her writings accused of being too venomous for its readers to handle. Her lust for writing cannot be stopped, however, and so she frequents dinners and parties revolving around the Circle almost obsessively, perhaps knowing that she's smarter than everyone in attendance and can therefore relish the conversations that arise from meetings. She also begins a partnership, called the Utica Drop and Forge and Tool Co., with Robert Benchley (Campbell Scott), a man she deeply loves, a fact she never admits to herself. But "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle" isn't content talking about all of Parker's many achievements. It assumes that we know of her magnificence, preferring to put a spotlight on her personal life in order to three-dimensionalize her persona. What we get in return is something immensely investing, though I'll be the first to admit that Rudolph's lackadaisical directing approach sometimes skirts by moments of interest; too many characters and too much small talk act as replacements for depth. In truth, it is Leigh that keeps us engaged in what the film has to offer us. Adopting a monotone, slurred manner of speech that evokes the high class snappiness of Katharine Hepburn if Hepburn were a little buzzed and a little depressed, Leigh's Parker is a functioning alcoholic whose function eventually turns into dysfunction as the passing years increase her cynicism. A woman who never found her true love, or, at least, acknowledged him (she famously married the same man twice, and had numerous unfulfilling love affairs where she was more interested than her counterpart), and a woman who never recognized just what an incomparable talent she actually was, liquor took up her life until she became a has-been and victim of the Vicious Circle's emptiness. Parker is a delectable movie character, and Leigh, who has always been able to find the humanity in characters that might otherwise be caricatures, gives a performance that jumps off the screen. "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle" is a success, more or less, but don't expect it to be comprehensive, or even that sturdy. Like the person and group of its title, it doesn't quite have enough motivation to keep it chugging along with brazen confidence for all the potential that it has. But it has its moments, and Leigh is masterful.
(fr) wrote: There are two main thoughts I had after finishing this film. First thought: There's quite a few problems with this story and how it unfolds. Second thought: How the hell was Michael Keaton not nominated for an academy award for best actor? This is one year before he would don the Batman cowl. He shows such range and depth. I've felt for some time that Michael Keaton is rather under-appreciated as an actor. His performance in this is mind-blowing. Without his performance, this film would be in the 2 star range. He's that good,
(es) wrote: OMG, what a crazy movie. That 1 letter really made this movie so enjoyable to watch with the chaos amidst the letter confusion. Had so much fun watching this and the lead actor is so freaking cute! Overall, a good movie that I would watch again.
(us) wrote: havent seen it but da title made da movie seem interesting.
(jp) wrote: Unusual for its great scenes of silences. No one speaks. That's right. No gussied up music, no chit chat, just the action of observation. The acting is solid. The set is real. And the story is wholly believable and un believable. I gasped at the chances the writer, Charles Schnee, took. No one today would forgive him for the brutality of lost souls. This is perfect for a dull Sunday before heading to the pool (or igloo mall in the winter).
(br) wrote: Love this movie. With all the complicated, over the top, big bugdet films, this one reminds me of simple plots of the 80"s.
(br) wrote: Yes, he passes as a half-breed! I love it when he's fighting his 'fellow man', it brings back a hint of his acting ability and looks from the beginning!
(ca) wrote: Tribute the 80s with great dialogue. amazing effects for a film made for less then $2k and a moving story line. Cant wait to get teh DVD