STAGES is a film about Roos and Martin, who are divorced but haven't become detached yet. When their 17-year old son Isaac withdraws ever deeper into silent isolation, they try to find a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
STAGES is a film about Roos and Martin, who are divorced but haven't become detached yet. When their 17-year old son Isaac withdraws ever deeper into silent isolation, they try to find a ...
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Shakeem B (jp) wrote: movie that should and probably has gone down in history as one of the greatest movies
Stuart K (ca) wrote: After Shane Meadows made his critically acclaimed debut film Twenty Four Seven (1997), he made a follow-up film, again set in his hometown of Nottingham. It's a good little comedy-drama with dark bones about it's body, but it was the film debut of Meadows regular Paddy Considine, who has since gone on to greater things. It follows two 13 year old boys Romeo (Andrew Shim) and Gavin (Ben Marshall), who are best friends whose friendship gets them away from the pain of homelife, Gavin has spinal problems, and is due to go into hospital to have it seen to. One day, they befriend local misfit Morell (Considine), who is in his early twenties, but has the mentality of a little boy. However, after Gavin plays a joke on Morell to make him look a fool in front of Romeo's sister Ladine (Vicky McClure), who Morell fancies. In retaliation, Morell drives a wedge between the two boys, physically threatening Gavin and trying to become a father figure to Romeo, whose own father Joe (Frank Harper) abandoned him. It's a touching look at young life in England, Considine gives a powerful, tragic performance, and this put him in good stead for future films. The two young lads are very good, and look out for Bob Hoskins making a cameo. It's an underrated little film.
Shawn W (kr) wrote: What a night for rookie Dean Youngblood. A hat trick in a 3-2 Memorial Cup clinching win with two goals in the final 10 seconds, a knockout of enforcer Carl Racki and a date with Coach Chadwick's daughter. Great goalie mask worn by Keanu Reaves.
Steve D (it) wrote: The film has many faults including a disinterested Faye Dunaway and a stupid plot to make a loser workman fall in love with her. but Slater's supergirl is wide eyed and appealing. She makes a great supergirl and her time with Peter O'Toole is a treat!
Rahul B (au) wrote: A Mother and A Daughter... A terrible combination !!!I say... Liv and the Bergmans.. A terrible combination indeed ...
Jolene W (ru) wrote: Not as good as the original, but, decent. Warning: lots of violence! Definitely not for children!
Dann M (br) wrote: Exciting and action-packed, Justice League: War re-launches the DC animated universe in the new 52 continuity. The story follows Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg and Shazam as they come together and join forces to fight off an alien invasion lead by a tyrannical villain Darkseid. Featuring Alan Tudyk, Jason O'Mara, Michelle Monaghan, and Sean Astin, the voice cast is pretty good. However, some of the characters are off-putting; particularly Green Lantern and Victor Stone/Cyborg. Also, the animation is kind of stiff and the coloring is a little stark. Yet the action is fairly well-done, with several impressive fight sequences. Justice League: War has some weaknesses, but it's entertaining and presents an interesting vision.
Richard L (ag) wrote: The trailer was made to look like an horror movie but it really is an horror comedy. It takes off slowly mostly because of uneven performances from experienced actors playing disappointing stock characters. When the action and the special effects kick in, it eventually gets interesting, yet insufficiently
Jacob T (ca) wrote: This is better then the first 2 Superman movies. Superman IV the quest for peace is better, Man of steel is also better. Batman vs Superman dawn of the justice league is also better. See all the Superman movies. There arr great movies.