Yelling to the Sky
As her family falls apart, seventeen year old Sweetness O'Hara is left to fend for herself in a neighborhood where her survival is uncertain.
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Paikster G (br) wrote: I don't know if it was because this was released at Christmas that made most critics hate this movie. I saw it in April, and I really enjoyed it. Perhaps it was because the critics rating was so low that it had eliminated any expectations that I had going in. I really don't see what is wrong with this movie. The acting was good and the storyline was interesting.
Kevin D (ag) wrote: Really good flick 100 times better than the original Drew did a great job as Jimmy and we discovered something else about the movie but that can't be shared over FaceBook lol
Heather E (es) wrote: So stupid it's funny
Stephanie E (mx) wrote: Such a horrible movie! Especially since I only got it cuz of Mark Salling and he dies right away.
Harley M (ag) wrote: I unabashedly love this movie and was so pleased to see it on Netflix. Frightening in its spirituality and mix of magic and monsters but in the right dose and the right ways with great set pieces (the landscape of Hell with its never endings winds and burning loneliness and pain is a sight to see) and great performances all around. Tilda Swinton will forever be a standout as one of my favorite onscreen depictions of an angel I've ever seen. Peter Stormare as Satan is also delightfully creepy. Visually beautiful in its contrasts of light and dark and the way the camera plays to all of the more dramatic and otherworldly moments. I don't know the source material at all to compare it to, but the imagination that went into the making of this movie is something to aspire to.
Greer C (jp) wrote: What a neat civil war movie, but doesn't the captain sound more Cuban than swiss?
Scott S (fr) wrote: This is the movie that made Russell Crow an overnight star and i must say its one great movie. if you ever saw american history x its like that but i would say better much better but don't take my word for it.
Mya G (fr) wrote: Silly, but tolerable. Bonham Carter's wide-eyed Jane is no longer a powerless political pawn, but an idealistic social reformer who, instead of being trapped in a loveless marriage, forms an unbreakable bond with her equally anachronistically socially conscious husband, played somewhat vacuously by the gorgeous young Elwes. Silly, but tolerable.
Marie P (fr) wrote: There were some very funny moments in this film; 80s schlock to some degree, but enjoyable. Excellent cast.
Andy C (jp) wrote: The movie can't even decide if his name is Bill or D-Fens. Either way, social commentary undermined by a guy who suffers from an actual mental problem. I'm just saying, it could possibly have been more interesting if Douglas were, in fact, an "ordinary" guy.
Corey S (kr) wrote: Great heist once again, great twists once again and finally great talent once again. Not only is this one funnier but in my opinion the story and characters are more developed and interesting.
Rangan R (us) wrote: Some discoveries come at the last hours of the life.When a movie is based on the play, setting wise it will be a tight narration. But the advantage is, movies can expand its screenplay in the natural world where stage plays has a limitation with the fake backgrounds. And obviously movies can reach any corner of the earth in the todays digital world while plays are for a limited live audience. So I think that is how this play turned into a motion picture, importantly, it was funded by the government and all the above it won a couple of Australian Academy Awards.It was a cancer themed thin comedy-drama with a little road adventure in the backdrop. A story that follows a 70-year-old cab driver Rex from Broken Hill. He has never been outside his town until he finds he has a cancer, so he takes a 3000 kilometer drive to Darwin looking for a doctor who can help him with his suffering. At the dusk hours of his life, he encounters some strangers and many stuffs for the first time. So this film is all about his final and best experience in the end of the life journey.I like sentimental films, I chose it because I haven't felt the emotions through my heart for a movie in the recent time. I expected it to fulfill my desire, but it only fell short. To me it was a decent movie in the first half, but it got better in the next half. The opening was kind of slow and dry, the cast was totally unfamiliar to me. I needed time to get used to a sudden change of accent after watching so many Hollywood flicks. Because you know we don't watch Aussie movies everyday and so the style of comedies differs with the different region."You want everything to be black and white, but it's not. It's gray."The best thing ever happened was the introduction of the characters Tilly and Julie. One is an aboriginal and the other is a British who joins Rex, the Aussie. They are the main source for the story to grow in the right direction. Because of them the narration had a subplot to focus their perspectives as well. Without them definitely it would have been a worthless flick.The end was not at its best. It hat many options, but they decided to finish it in an uncertain manner. Since it was a road movie, I also anticipated exhibition of beautiful Australian landscapes, that never came. I understand they don't want distraction from the main plot, because this was one of those films that took time for the characters to settle down. Even though it approaches the conclusion, the characters had kept deepening in its development.My upset with the movie was, it was a quite different from the usual cancer films. Precisely to say, it was very weak in the exhibition of character feelings. Certainly it won't make you weep. Just like one of the lines at the beginning that says 'everyone gets cancer', the movie was too casual like this is a regular thing. But the scenario where the story sets in and takes us with it was exceptional. I have a hesitation to recommend it, but it is a good movie if you're okay with the thing I expressed which are lacking.6 1/2/10