A sheriff sees his state senate bid slide out onto the ice when his daughter begins to date the son of a charming but psychologically disturbed woman with whom the sheriff has engaged in a two-decade-long affair. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A sheriff sees his state senate bid slide out onto the ice when his daughter begins to date the son of a charming but psychologically disturbed woman with whom the sheriff has engaged in a two-decade-long affair.
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Arody V (fr) wrote: Beautiful shots, beautiful music, beautiful documentary.
Alexander C (kr) wrote: What the? hahahahaha
Nur H (es) wrote: Its not ood but is fun for murdering
Smashproplaya (au) wrote: Great start for Pixar.An instant classic, that will always be remembered.
Samantha S (jp) wrote: It came out when I was a kid and the idea was totally repellent. I saw it when I grew up a little, and while it's completely implausible, it's not too bad. Sort of ridiculous in the Sturm und Drang.
Frances H (de) wrote: I really thought this film was bright and funny with an excellent cast and brilliant script, but I can see where the "Juno effect" comes in. The film really makes light of the situation of a 16 year old girl getting pregnant. Unlike Knocked Up, where the couple involved are adults and end up loving and caring for their child, even the couple who agree to adopt the baby end up in divorce, so that this child has only one parent even before it is born. The film seems to teenagers like a light-hearted love story--get pregnant to a boy and have him love you. What is played down to an almost blas level is this poor girl giving up her child as though it has less affect on her than not going to the junior prom, and ditto for the boy, when in reality, the decision to have an abortion or give a baby up for adoption is something that haunts at least the mother for a lifetime of agony in uncertainty of whether you did the right thing or not, heartbreak in having to give up a child that you carried in your body, always wondering if that child is happy, or even knows he was adopted, if his parents treat him well or if he curses you everyday because you just gave him away like something unloved and unwanted. The whole teen pregnancy subject is treated so lightly here, one can see how impressionable teens might misunderstand, and that is the real problem here.
bill s (ca) wrote: A hurried unfunny sequel.
Jacob K (mx) wrote: Mickey Rourke is good. Eric Roberts is not. The movie itself is eh. Rourke and co-star Daryl Hannah have become, ironically enough, case studies 1 and 2 in the "too much plastic surgery" disaster group.