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Description: Fifteen years ago Pablo, Andres, Juan and Carolina were together for the last time. The days when their lives revolved around the old hideout were they grew up as teenagers are actually over. It was during 1987 when the journey that made them fell gratis ended abruptly. Two seconds changed everything forever. A storyline that begins as an apparently normal reunion of old mates evolves into the pursuit to rebuild their lives with the pieces of others that were broken.
Description: Sam, a seven years old kid, has been living with his mother since the divorce of his parents. He has to temporarily transport in with his father, Gerome, who has never taken care of him. So, Sam is not close with his father. Everyone around Gerome thinks that he's incapable to look after a child. After a chaotic start, Sam, by the force of his convictions, is going to support Gerome to receive mature and to teach him how to become a father that he missed so much.
Description: British widower Harry Goodhart (Tate Donovan) decides to create a new begin and moves with his teenage daughters (Danielle Savre and Skye McCole Bartusiak) to Cape Cod in 1973. But Harry can't leave behind the secret that threatens to tear his family apart. Adjusting to their fresh lives proves hard for the women when they explore that the connection between their dad and his partner (Adam Pascal) is more than just a working relationship.
Description: This MTV movie dramatizes the horrific hate-crime killing of 21-year-old Matthew Shepard (Cy Carter) in Wyoming. In 1998, Shepard, a gay college student, was savagely beaten by Russell Henderson (Ian Somerhalder) and Aaron McKinney (Brendan Fletcher), who left their victim to die. Flashbacks paint a picture of Shepard's life and deliever insight into why the killers, who initially set out to rob the young man, would commit such a brutal murder.
Description: Jang-hwa and Hong-ryeon, the daughters of Bae the official governor, die of their stepmother's unfair maltreatment. Jang-hwa's ghost appears in front of a district judge each night begging for clarification of their deaths. The district judge lets the stepmother confess the cause of Jang-hwa's death, and then punishes her. It clears all enmity.
Description: Set backstage at three iconic product launches and ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac, Steve Jobs takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint an intimate portrait of the brilliant boy at its epicenter.
Description: To divorce, or not to divorce. That is the question pondered by a married couple of 10 years who miss their burning desire for every another (Clive Brook and Diana Wynyard) in this 1934 movie directed by Worthington Miner.
Description: A dramatic thriller based on the wonderful real David vs. Goliath storyline of American immigrant Dr. Bennet Omalu, the brilliant forensic neuropathologist who made the first discovery of CTE, a football-related brain trauma, in a pro user and fought for the truth to be known. Omalu's emotional quest puts him at risky odds with one of the most strong institutions in the world.
Description: A woman is forced to return to her hometown from London after her mother's death and the break-up of her relationship. Taking a job as a night cleaner in a restaurant, she is troubled by the appearance of the ghost of a woman who disappeared years ago. A mystery unfolds around her, putting her in danger of meeting the same fate.
Description: Kaatje, the daughter of the miller Schoonejans, and Jef, a tiny shepherd, who live near Delft, are satisfied together. In a floral parade, the carriage the two kids have decorated with tulips wins the first prize. The next day, during a thunderstorm, lightning destroys the mill and kills Schoonejans. A life of misery begins for his widow and daughter. Remembering how the theatre manager Boolmans had applauded the dancing of Kaatje and Jef at the floral parade, the widow takes her daughter to Amsterdam, where Boolmans engages Kaatje. The years pass, and Kate has become a popular dancer.
Description: Jean-Marie Hardouin is an old boy who once was notorious because of the iron grip he exerted on his family but actually he is lame. He whiles away his days in a chair in the house of his son and daughter-in-law. He has to see how his adulterous daughter-in-law plots to murder her two foster kids and her husband. Jean-Marie can't intervene and because he can't talk he can't warn his own family. Misfortune, tragic developments, and a fatal ending dominated many of the early Dutch fiction films.
Description: A wealthy colonist and his handsome foreman support the natives to exploit their land . The colonist's daughter falls in love with a handsome Andrea. The father disapprove of their relationship. Andrea is fired. He runs away with one of the natives. To create sure the man will stay with her, the black girl gives him a "magic" potion. Andrea becomes her white slave .
Description: The Shift is the storyline of one 12 hour night shift in the ER and the life and death decisions that have to be made. With the trouble of euthanasia in the headlines this is a timely and compelling story.
Description: Though he was protecting her when he accidentally killed a man, Mabel Kane (Thelma Todd) refuses to testify on behalf of her dance partner Jerry Davis (George Murphy), and he's sent to jail. In a riot, a hostile convict (Jack La Rue) forces Jerry to support him escape, so Jerry takes to the roads himself. Nightclub entertainer Anne Taylor (Nancy Carroll) meets him, and convinces her boss Louis (Arthur Hohl) to hire him as her partner.
Description: Carl is a US Navy Shore patrol officer (played by Keitel) who is based at the Holy Loch naval base in Scotland. Armed only with a nightstick, his basic function is to ensure that sailors on shore leave do not become too rowdy, and to deliever support to sailors in need of assistance. Carl is married to a local woman and their relationship is at breaking mission - she wants to leave Scotland and settle in America while he wants to remain in Scotland. With his brother-in-law Willie, who is already estranged from his wife and under threat of redundancy from his shipyard job, the two boys forge a friendship to support every another through.
Description: The storyline of Monteforte Toledo - the film's Doctor Zamora - who comes to San Pedro La Laguna (Guatemala) as a young boy during the military dictatorship in the first decades of the 20th century. Zamora sets out with nice idealism and dedication to eradicate disease among the Indians, even if his work is disapproved by the military commander in town. Zamora falls in love with María, a young Indian woman from a village, and he invites her to come live with him in the city of San Pedro. However, another young girls have noted the charm of the elegant of Zamora, and even the young idealist doctor cannot escape the conflict between Ladinos (Mestizos or non-Indians) and Indians.
Description: When a poor kung fu master seeks different martial arts manuals from around China to create himself even more evil, he gotta come to blows with a Wu Tang student sent to stop him.
Description: Theriyama Unna Kadhalichitten is a 2014 Indian Tamil movie written and directed by Ramu. The movie details Vijay Vasanth and Resna Pavithran in the lead roles, and was released in October 2014. The movie marked the first production venture of Vinoth Kumar and he chose to name his studio as Triple V Productions after his father entrepreneur H. Vasanthakumar, his brother actor Vijay Vasanth and himself. He was impressed by a script written by K. Ramu, who waited a several years to narrate the movie to a producer, having previously directed tv serials and apprenticed under Priyadarshan. The film's soundtrack was launched in July 2013 with few of Vijay Vasanth's co-stars from Chennai 600028 (2007) in attendance. The movie had a delayed release, and was stuck for close to a year after production had finished.
Description: Sebastián Pagani, a young movie director, returns to his hometown to movie a storyline of Haroldo Conti. There he expected a ghost from the past: recently, a childhood mate just committed suicide in mysterious circumstances. Pagani gets to know features about his death only multiply the enigmas. Slowly, he starts to become disenchanted with their own project to become more involved in research on the last day of the suicide. But towards the end, both concerns come together in unexpected ways. The Turn is a sad irony about memory and identity
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The storyline of Micky "Irish" Ward and his boxing career with his crack addicted brother at his side. Apparently Marky Tag was so hell bent on getting this movie made that he stayed in "shape" for years and years just in situation the movie went into production. That's dedication and passion for you, yet the boy still manages to be the low link. It's not really his fault, David O. Russell packed the movie with a lot of talent. Christian Bale plays Dicky Ecklund, Micky's crack addicted brother who says the same storyline over and over again, about him knocking out Sugar Ray Leonard. It's his claim to fame. There is a movie team following him around, he thinks it's going to be about his comeback, yet it's really about the harsh realities of crack addiction. Bale, again, submerses himself in the role. He is pure method. You can not like him as a person, or even an actor, but you can't deny his passion for the art. He is on the thin side again, with thin balding hair and brown teeth. He looks deathly ill in each scene. The boy has one of his finest roles to date and will no doubt be nominated come award season. I hope he now takes home the award. He is without a doubt, the most interesting hero in the film. Their mother is played by Melissa Leo, other performance worthy of recognition come award season. Her desire to see her children rise to fame blind her from the truth. She denies the drugs and the failures and believes she knows what's greatest for her kids. This means not letting them receive a true possibility because it would be with a true manager and she would be left behind. Family is necessary to her and she wants to hold everyone very close, even if it harms their possibility at making a name for themselves. She of course, doesn't realize this. Amy Adams is the love interest, you know there had to be one. She manages to pull Micky away from the family that is dragging him down. They don't like her for it. She has her own inspirations too, yet the storyline isn't interested in them. The main focus of the movie is with Micky's bumpy street to the championship fight. Since this is based on a real story, I can't really fault it for becoming a bit formulaic and predictable, yet it is. David O. Russell is notorious for getting mad and violent with his crew/cast. He was in a physical war with George Clooney on the set of Three Lords and anyone can go on youtube and check out the melt down he and Lily Tomlin had on the set of I Heart Huckabees. Both movies coincidentally star Tag Walhberg, so it seems he doesn't have a trouble working with the combative director. I can't deny that the boy has talent. I really love Three Lords and found I Heart Huckabees to be an ambitious project for the sheer weirdness of it all. With The Fighter, he plays to a more conventional audience. In terms of boxing films, it works. It plays on the down and out character, the poverty of his life and the sheer determination he has to create a name for himself. It's no Rocky, or as others have mentioned Raging Bull, but it is nice enough to be mentioned with them.Russell everytime has an eye for a constructive shot. Check out Three Lords colour scheme for what I mean. Here he uses TV cameras for the boxing matches. Interesting move, it feels like we are watching it at home and are not really in the ring with them. I admire directors who think outside of the box. Russell does this, no problem. He also decides to contain true footage of the characters. The movie has some home video segments throughout and during the credits we receive to meet the true Micky Ward and Dicky Eckland, which is even more reason to appreciate Bale's performance. The movie trips a bit because of the lack of emotion from Walhberg. I dig the guy and play his films, but his range isn't there yet. When given a role that he can enjoy the absurdity of, he scores. Watch The Departed for that. For a movie where the audience needs to receive behind a character, to root and cheer for them to overcome their obstacles, he falls a tiny short. Thank goodness the movie makes up for this with the performances from Bale and Leo.The Warrior details nice music, engaging performances and a predictable, yet real story. I felt attached to the characters and hoping they would create smart decisions. If a movie can receive me to care about the characters, I tell bravo. The Warrior is a champion in my books.
In many ways, "The Fighter" is the movie of 2011. A family drama with a pugilistic background. The punches, physical and emotional in and out of the ring took me fully by surprise. What didn't surprise me was Tag Wahlberg's signature all over the place. Allow me explain: Many years ago I was at a lecture by director Martin Donovan when during the Q&A somebody made fun of the fact that Calvin Klein underwear model Marky Tag had played a part (his first acting role) in Donovan's made for TV "The Substitute" Donovan with elegance, wit and firmness destroyed the guy asking the question, describing Wahlberg's strengths and ended up telling "Mark Wahlberg will be one of the top actors around and he will probably be running Hollywood within a decade" I had Donovan's words buzzing in my ears when I sat speechless watching "Boogie Nights". Wahlberg also produced "Entourage" and the startling "In Treatment". He actually produced "The Fighter" and his performance, interior and powerful, dominates the movie allowing another members of the cast, to shine in truly showy roles, Christian Bale for instance - really good. Melissa Leo is a stand out as the mother/manager. Superb. So I won't be surprised to see Tag Wahlberg receiving the top honors at the next Academy Awards, as an actor and producer. He certainly deserves it. Bravo!
Does David O. Russell's 'The Fighter' follow the formula of underdog surpassing all obstacles and winning in the end (as is the situation with this genre)? The respond is yes but 'The Fighter' still manages to maintain a special quality. First of all, the four principle characters: Micky, Dicky, Charlene and Alice are unlike anyone one has seen in this type of film.They are wonderfully defined and the actors who portray them are cast vs kind and turn in their finest performance. Both Melissa Leo and Amy Adams are like you've never seen them before and they appear very natural on screen. Tag Wahlberg is superly restrained and Christian Bale does one of his greatest works of his whole career. They are supported by a host of impressive actors.In addition to the marvelous performances, the makeup department has done a remarkable job, especially by making Leo look old enough to enjoy Bale and Wahlberg's mother. Bale now does look years older than Wahlberg (when in reality he's a year younger) and that just adds more to the authenticity.From the opening sequence, I was under the impression that 'The Fighter' was going to be a documentary-type film but O. Russell tricks and surprises the audience with that. His execution is subtle unlike the loud approach which another directors commonly follow.For me 'The Fighter', is more about the human connection than the sports itself. Boxing is clearly a metaphor as is the game which has multiple meanings. Even though he's been constantly allow down by his family, Micky chose to give them a second possibility and have them by his side. Even though Charlene disapproves Alice and Dicky's involvement in Micky's career, Dicky attempts to persuade her because he knows that Micky won't stand a possibility without her by his side. Even though Alice and Charlene don't see eye to eye, there's a silent acceptance between them as they know that Micky needs them both.I am really beginning to have more respect for Tag Wahlberg for producing gems like this (in addition to some nice TV-series like 'In Treatment', 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'Entourage') and his growth as an actor is obviously apparent (he just needs to avoid tripe like 'The Happening' at all costs).'The Fighter' is a champion on different levels.
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