After his football career, Ben Beck returned to his Virginia small town and joined the family building firm. His family happiness with wife Lorrie and adolescent son Jessie is suddenly tested by the return of Ben's first high-school love, Ava Andersson, who visits from Chicago, after a failed marriage, to bury her ma. Ava seduces Ben into reliving their courtship, which she traumatically broke off without a goodbye. Jesse reacts furiously, even backseats his own football scholarship bid, rather pa's projected ambition, in favor of a writing summer course
Writer:Anne Gerard (teleplay), Otis Jones (teleplay), Anne Gerard (television story), Garth Brooks (song), Pat Alger (song), Larry Bastian (song)
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Samantha H (us) wrote: This is an awkward view of an awkward person... Very mono toned and dry sense of humor...
Farah R (jp) wrote: The historical aspects of this drama are the core of its entertainment. The costumes, language, and settings all contribute to the credibility of that time period. There are however, a few downsides to Agora as the way the topic of religion is addressed is somewhat offensive and the cast isn't so great.
Courtney K (mx) wrote: yeah, okay. not bad.
Jason C (fr) wrote: I love this film BUT you to have the patience to look deeper into this film , If you dont have the patience then you will hate this film.There is allot in this film with many "Mind Fuck" moments and deserves so much more respect than it gets. You cannot take this film on the surface story you need to look into what is going on around the story to see this film as it is intended . This is a visually Stunning film with lots to look at IF and only IF you are willing to look. If you dont make the effort to look at the background during the entire film you will miss out on a good film. For the reason it doesnt reward the lazy viewer I love it
Maru E (ru) wrote: Navidad sin los suegrosNi en tu casa ni en la ma
Keenan S (fr) wrote: Hell Comes To Frogtown is beyond any doubt, one of the greatest so-bad-it's-good films I've ever seen. The film is basically a mix of cheesy dystopian sci-fi mixed with a hilariously terrible porno...AND IT IS GLORIOUS. Every aspect of this low budget film is complete cheese and I adored every second of its glorious weirdness. When it comes to low budget trash, this is the kind of film that I live for because it delivers everything that I could ever want from such nonsense. The story is hokey, the acting is on the level of bad porn, the monster effects are both cheesy and neat, the music is awesome, there's shameless sexual content, funny humor, and even some action scenes thrown into this deliciously terrible film. It's a B-movie masterpiece in my opinion.
Jordana H (de) wrote: Why aren't I able to give movies 0?
Sherry M (br) wrote: Not bad. Certainly not as bad as critics are making it out to be. Made me think about Ali for awhile and wonder about him. Will Smith did a fine job. Not as impress with Voight as everyone else.