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Thai movie "My Name is Love" is a romantic drama for the "sweet tooth" film lovers. Director Wasin Pokpon picked up some young fresh sweet faces like Arak Amornsupasiri, Jazz Chuancheun, Khom Chuan Chuen and Thunyasupan Jirapreechanon, and made a film that has a taste like the ripe mango - full with rich sugary flavours!
Screenplay was the part which almost destroyed the film - chaotic story with underdeveloped characters, just stereotypical clichéd rom-com/drama from Thailand! They like it this way, but I didn't! If you are serious about the movies, and you are older than 16, please reconsider the desire to watch this film!
Chris Eska made this period drama in a fashion which was very heavy on the viewer. Well acted from Ashton Sanders as Will, Tishuan Scott as Nate, Keston John as Marcus and Bill Oberst Jr. as Burrell, the story wasn't deep enough to keep me involved and satisfied.
In 1864, as Civil war ravages the nation, but the slave-owners and traders, as well as bounty hunters keep working. The story follows Will, a fatherless 13 year-old boy, who survives by working with a white bounty hunter gang. He is a bite for runaway slaves in order to lure them back to the South. But, the last mission is the most dangerous one. Our heroes go into the free North to find Nate, a fugitive freedman. Things go wrong and Will and Nate find themselves on the run...
I really wanted this to be a lot better. It's definitely not a bad film, but it did test my patience few times. It was evenly paced but there was not much originality in it. Solid directing, shallow script and nice photography.
This is an American romantic comedy released in the United Kingdom as Say When, and directed by Lynn Shelton. The director have explained that choosing the title "Laggies" was a complex decision because she had never heard of the term laggies before making the film. Screenwriter Andrea Seigel insisted it was a common term for adult slackers, but Shelton soon realized that no one except Seigel had heard of laggies before. The movie had solid directing and a little bit shaky written screenplay. The film stars Chloë Grace Moretz, Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell, Kaitlyn Dever, Jeff Garlin, Ellie Kemper, Mark Webber, and Daniel Zovatto. They really didn't have any special performances and those average roles were executed standardly well, with no excitement or anything to be remembered. Story is told around Megan (Keira Knightley), who is an aimless twenty-something. She is in a committed relationship with her high school sweetheart and is still close with her high school friends. The problem appears when, at her friend Allison's (Ellie Kemper) wedding, her boyfriend unexpectedly proposes marriage. At the same time she sees her father cheating on her mother, and shocked and confused, she leaves the wedding. Trying to buy some snacks on the way home, she meets a teenager Annika (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her friends. After buying them alcohol, Megan plays with their skateboard, and joins them on their night out... A film for DVD, you will notice good directing and Keira Knightley good performance. Everything else is unnoticeable.
Very likable British-French-American comedy-drama written and directed by Israel Horovitz in his feature directorial début. He had previously directed 3 Weeks After Paradise, a 51-minute testimonial from 2002 about his family's experiences following the September 11, 2001, and events surrounding the New York's World Trade Center. I am not sure what to say about that one, and what category belongs to - maybe a corporate "documentary" order!? Back to this one in which we have some of the best cast I could imagine starring Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline, Kristin Scott Thomas, and Dominique Pinon. I really think that the acting alone deserves this movie to receive positive review.
Mathias is a washed out New Yorker, who after three divorces is penniless. After his estranged father's death he inherited an apartment in Paris and he wants to sell it quickly and start a new life back in US. Arriving in Paris, he discovers a refined old woman, Mathilde, living in the apartment with her daughter, Chloé. Our hero quickly learns that the apartment is a "viager" - an old French system for buying and selling apartments - and that he will not actually get possession of the apartment until Mathilde dies. Disappointment quickly grows when he finds out that he, in addition to that, has to pay the old lady a life annuity of 2400 a month. He contemplates his next step, stuck in Paris, paying rent to the old lady with his father's gold watch...
Insignificant director with tolerable script in enchanting environment and excellent acting - this pretty much summarize the whole movie.
I wanted to see this 1991 biographical sports film about the 1959 8th grade basketball season of Pete Maravich because I really appreciated his father Press Maravich - in real life. This was just a sugar coated version made with low budget, and probably as a result we got bad acting, bad editing, bad dialogues in a film which presents his early beginnings and the origin of the "Pistol" nickname.
The events were set in Clemson, SC, where the elder Maravich served as head coach for Clemson Tigers men's basketball. The story was told in such a fashion like it's intended as a bed time story - to make you fall asleep quickly! I found out that most of the time the only positive reviews are coming from Christian film clubs! The film is regarded as a family film - I will say for families who have no life!
There are some good advices and life coaching lines in it, but everything was presented the worst possible way! Skip it!