Following the death of his wife Audrey, John Munn moves with his two sons, mid-teen Chris Munn and adolescent Tim Munn, to a pig farm in rural Drees County, Georgia, where they lead a reclusive life. The boys' maternal grandparents no longer visit due to being out of sorts with John. Chris is rebelling against this life in ways where he is regularly picked up by the police. Because of Tim's young age and health issues, Chris is routinely asked by their father to do more than his fair share of work around the farm. Into their lives returns Deel Munn, John's brother who the two boys did not even know existed. John emotionally distanced himself from Deel following Audrey's death and Deel's incarceration, Deel who has just been released from prison. John, however, welcomes his brother in a effort to mend old wounds, and for the boys to get to know one of their few relations. They will all soon learn that Deel has ulterior motives for his visit, those motives emerging largely from those ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Matthew H (jp) wrote: Spy movies and espionage have come a long way, with more advanced tech to support the film. But every now and then a low-tech, traditional thriller enters the genre and feels heavily out of place but refreshing at the same time; this movie is The November Man. It features things like car chases and piano playing and negotiations held at fancy restaurants on a Mediterranean inlet; all the things the genre used to have, but have since been updated. While the movie itself feels a little too familiar in its plot and elements, it is nice to watch one of these kinds of films every once in a while as a guilty pleasure.
Andy R (ru) wrote: What a very sad movie in places... But what a talented guy...my only disappointment was that David Lee Roth never had any input... Not because I wanted to see him in it, but because he was part of the story and should of had some comments to make about his involvement with Jason as he was part of his band...either bad, good or sad...
Ajeesh V (it) wrote: tnis is the worst movie from allu arjun.. nothing in it at all..
Kerrie C (au) wrote: Very good, a real twist at the end.
Phil N (de) wrote: Tetsuya Nakashima??s next feature after the excellent Kamikaze Girls, Memories Of Maksuko is a sentimental journey looking back at the life of singer / masseuse / hairdresser / murderer Matsuko by her nephew Shou after she??s found dead. Beautifully composed it??s another technicolour delight, but is overly melodramatic and feels too drawn out and repetitive in places.
Gillian C (ca) wrote: It took me a while to recall he was the same guy in Full Monty hehe! one star for his good acting skills otherwise it was quite a bland movie of Hitler
Andrew G (gb) wrote: "My son is alive? Then who the f**k did I kill?" Mother -- Shelley Winters This film is the single most painful experience I have been through in my life. I have a strong hatred of this film. I don't mind spoof films, after all, Airplane and Life of Brian are two of my favourite films of all time. The Silence of the Hams takes one of the greatest films ever made and my personal favourite ever, the Silence of the Lambs, and guts it. Everyone I know that has seen it (aside from those that need big explosions and nudity to enjoy a film) agrees that the Silence of the Lambs is brilliant, so when I bring up this film, no-one ever believes me that it exists. One of my friends actually saw this was on TV, and asked me if he should watch it. I made my opinion very clear. Look, with a comedy/spoof, I don't expect a masterpiece. If it can take a highly regarded film and spoof it in an honestly funny way, I don't mind it. Normally in my reviews I'll go into the detail about what the plot concerns and why it is good/bad. This film however does not deserve a proper review, because I cannot think of a single thing I enjoyed. The jokes aren't funny at all. In fact, here's an insight as to what attempts to pass as comedy in this: the equivalent of Clarice Starling in this film is a man called Joe D. Foster. Get it? How about this: Hannibal Lecter is now Dr. Animal Cannibal Pizza. If you find these jokes at all funny, then you have my pity because I don't think that anyone with a double digit IQ could enjoy it at all. Besides the obvious spoof of Silence of the Lambs, the film dares to insult Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. Admittedly I am not the biggest fan of Psycho, but it nowhere near deserved this. The film insults me, and fun fact for you, watching this film lowers your IQ. If you haven't seen this film and are considering watching it; just don't. Whatever money you would have spent on this garbage, donate to charity or get a good film with it. Even if someone offers you this for free, take it off of them, and burn it. Burn it and enjoy perhaps the single worst film of all time suffering half of the pain it will give to you if you watch it. Andrew's rating: 0 out of 10 (And believe me, that's being incredibly generous)
Mike P (nl) wrote: I like my biopics to be lively, interesting and downright sordid. Depardieu gives a crackin' performance as lothario Auguste Rodin. Adjani is m esmerising as his 'apprentice' Camille Claudel. Just a really heart-wrenching story. Great direction. Lighting. Bravery.
Kim B (us) wrote: Some great performances and intensity seen throughout whole film. It kept up the suspense throughout and boy were the villains ruthless seriously who throws stones at a priests head and Kill their own? It's a great story and one that tells a part of American history that today is often forgotten- how influential the mob used to be in everyday affairs. Sometimes you got to make a stand for yourself even if it's risky. That being said sometimes I don't know if it was just me but at times I had trouble hearing/understanding some of the actors-I think Brando mumbles sometimes. I also didn't care much for the female character while I can empathize with her she was always coming into scenes kind of screeching and being overly dramatic. Also some parts were a little slow. Other than that great film and message about courage and guts in the face of fear and intimidation.