The Painter and the Thief
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Loved it. Great coming of age movie.
There's a plot here commendable for a film but this is slightly lacking. There's friendship and purpose in here but it's through awkward naivety that reigns.
While I didn't love the book, I was still intrigued enough to see it play out on the screen (casting Nick Offerman didn't hurt). Thought the same guy from Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns played Jared — turns out it's his brother, Alex Wolff. Solid acting saved this movie, especially Asa Butterfield in the lead, which made it a delightful watch.
I definitely want to wacth the movie
House of Tomorrow, me dejÃ³ con un sin sabor... le faltÃ³ algo... aun lo estoy pensando
Nice little Indie flick about growing up.
Interesting movie, saw it on the plane some time ago although I can't remember it in detail!
Watch it. Or do not. It's basically the same one way or another. Formulaic and deja vu-istic in every possible way, Although I have to admit: the fact that Burstyn and the designer Buckminster Fuller were friends in real life is pretty cool.
The biggest issue I had with "The House of Tomorrow" wasn't that I've seen movies like it done before, but that I've seen movies like it done better.
This charming coming of age story takes its characters serious by focusing on the strange way of growing up, through divorce, music and disease.