What's Eating Gibert Grape is a beautifully shot movie of tenderness, caring and self-awareness that is set amongst the fictional working class one street town Endora. Centred around the Grape family Ellen and Amy and their two brothers Arnie and Gilbert, who, along with their morbidly obese widowed mother Bonnie Grape are striving to survive and coexist with the absence of a father figure, low wage work and seventeen-year-old Arnie's severe mental condition. It is in this awkward and extremely one sided affair that the unfortunate Gilbert has to constantly, while working for the town's slowly dying convenience store, take care of his younger brother Arnie. Gilbert's life, his future, is thwarted he knows this, but it is in this guardian angel that his love and bond for Arnie cannot, and will not, be let go. That is until the free spirit of Becky arrives in town, and with her grandmother are stranded for the week while waiting for parts for their vehicle. This realization unties new ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jens S (au) wrote: This sequel is trying to juggle way too many characters in what looks and feels like an Avatar variant at times (blue creatures, hidden jungle refuge, fight against the exploiters). Seriously though, this is beautifully animated and gorgeous to look at. Kids will have a lot of fun with it, adults will wish that the short glimpses of really mean, anarchic humor would have lasted longer.
Kayla s (ca) wrote: this is a great movie
Dave A (br) wrote: Stars Kimberly Williams-Paisley from 'Father of the Bride'. Based on the Pennsylvania Amish school shootings. Tastefully done. A study in forgiveness.
Ruben J (ag) wrote: Es una pelcula rara, pero no por ello deja de ser interesante a ratos, la forma de contarse, me recuerda en su esttica a pelculas de serie B de los '80, no se, a mi me gusto y tiene su encanto...
Li K (jp) wrote: One of those movies that got watched because there's nothing else on TV on a Saturday and I didn't feel like pondering which of my million DVDs to put in. Cute, and I can picture having enjoyed it when I was 5 or 6, but not enough substance to keep me happy as an adult. But. y'know, cute puppies and no one died, so above average for dog movies.
Steve G (es) wrote: An interesting set up, that starts out very promising. About halfway through The movie starts out with an interesting set up and interesting characters, that, unfortunately, all degrade as the movie goes on. The plot becomes riddled with holes, characters start doing non-sensical stuff while the dialogues worsen. Wouldn't really recommend this one.
Leena L (it) wrote: Teaching of Mystic river: do not take law into your own hands. it might come back and bite you.
Dioen R (gb) wrote: aunque de prioridad a la serie, y me pueda llamar como un fan de esta; escaflowne la pelcula est muy bien elaborada para contar una serie de 24 captulos de 20 min cada uno en una pelcula de 90 minutos, la animacin; distinta a la de la serie, se encuentra muy bien elaborada y el guion toma puntos de giro mas interesantes que los de la serie...
Linda K (de) wrote: the best movie i have ever seen about the loss of a mother with limited sappiness. extremely underrated movie, i think, by diane keaton.
Chris L (mx) wrote: Great movie, with great acting from Bruce Willis. Under-rated because most people have never even heard of this one.
Javier A (kr) wrote: It is an awful movie, which, I don't know what it says about me, I found entertaining. The movie failed on all levels. the acting was awful. The direction was very misguided to say the least. And the story was original but very poorly thought out. I liked a few things about the movie. The gore for one, but it was not so good as to redeem the movie. The Nazi slash surfer theme was original and cool, but the acting and script were so bad, that it did not let the fun shine through. I failure of a movie, that some people might enjoy.
JFred C (au) wrote: One of the greatest directors of all times.
Evan T (fr) wrote: Jack O'Connell's relentless performance pairs perfectly with this alluring tale of crime. Director David Mackenzie's vivid vision delivers seductively symmetrical shots throughout. British grit at it's purest. 95%.