Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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A well-intentioned study of illegal immigration and its various social ramifications ultimately trips over a tangle of clunky scripting.
The filmmakers simply don't possess the skills to bring off a drama that can support serious themes, thus trivializing the very concerns they are trying to bring attention to.
Heartfelt yet overly schematic.
No Turning Back is intense at its core, looking at not just the tough choices we make but the process that goes into making them.
It bolts out of the blocks tugging a crate full of bricks, two wrecking balls, and a cruise-ship anchor.
Can be heavy-handed at times and the quality of the acting is all over the map. But the dilemmas depicted are real and they feel real, which gives the film a hard-edged poignancy.
With juggling so many hats for an independent film, Nebot along with director/writer Julia Montejo manage to pull out all the stops and create a compelling drama with a little social message for good taste.
No Turning Back deserves the seven international festival awards it has earned.
Nebot's passionate work as an actor in particular glues the film together.
Not a Bad film, Found it to be an interesting story about a Immigrate from Honduras who while driving his bosses truck hits a little girl on a bicycle and leaves the scene because he has no license. So starts the story of him on the run with his daughter. Vernee Watson-Johnson does a great job playing the hard ass black female detective with a chip on her shoulder and a point to prove. Don't expect a happy ending cause the Shi* cloud follows Pablo right to the bitter end. Its worth the watch and also worth 3 1/2 stars
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