The Sinking of Santa Isabel
With no job and no relationship -- and no prospects for either -- twentysomething Webster (Maclain Nelson) opts to start over. He heads to his childhood home and climbs up a tree, where he plans to stay the entire summer in a house of his own creation. Not surprisingly, Webster captures the attention of his neighbors, who soon find that they have a stake in his mission as well. Jacob and Michael Hamblin helm this quirky comedy.
- Stars:Maclain Nelson, Jake Suazo, Brandon Luke Bringhurst, Susanne Sutchy, Bus Riley, Delmar Derricott, Rowene Thomas, Sila Agavale, Scott Simmons, Calburt Dallas, Christian Hobbs, Brett Merritt, Phelps Harmon, Tom Whitaker, Ralph West,
- Director:Jacob Hamblin, Michael Hamblin,
- Writer:Jacob Hamblin, Michael Hamblin
Quirky and addictive, The Sinking of Santa Isabel is a heartfelt journey about innocence, summer days and simpler dreams. Featuring new music by Sam Means of The Format. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Sinking of Santa Isabel torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Bullying, bullies, and school shootings
(br) wrote: An unusually well done piece of film making-- Great addition to the beast genre!!
(mx) wrote: I would like to see this, i think...
(br) wrote: Definitely very good, but pretty boring from time to time
(nl) wrote: The problem with most Asterix animated features is the following : they only keep the kid stuff, and remove the essence of the whole thing : caricature. Too bad.
(de) wrote: I watched this movie too many times.
(ag) wrote: Great cast and a pretty good look help, but this movie is pretty typical of the drug dealer genre of film. Kris Kristofferson is pretty good (looking weird without a beard) but the story is pretty uninspired. Gene Hackman shows up as a crazed, crooked cop. All in all, just an OK movie. Worth a watch if you're in the mood for movies from this era, but otherwise, blah.
(kr) wrote: Interesting movie about faith and redemption set during the Spanish Civil War
(jp) wrote: Great movie to watch to see justice is served by the Rock!
(es) wrote: Another 80's movie packed with fun