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(185) 6.9 135 min 2016

Restored Me is a movie starring Will Yun Lee, Steven Bauer, and Richard T. Jones. A troubled ex-con joins the colorful crew of an old movie theater and begins to rebuild his life, only to find his faith in God tested when he learns...

Starring
Richard T. Jones, Will Yun Lee, Steven Bauer, Nafessa Williams
Genres
Drama
Director
Rhyan LaMarr

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Rhyan LaMarr
Writer Michelle Turner, Rhyan LaMarr, Jon Knitter, Joe Turner
Stars Richard T. Jones, Will Yun Lee, Steven Bauer, Nafessa Williams
Country USA
Runtime 2H 15M
Description A troubled ex-con joins the colorful crew of an old movie theater and begins to rebuild his life, only to find his faith in God tested when he learns the theater he has grown to love is not what it seems.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 16:59

Following on from the very different special edition of The Shawshank Redemption, Matt Damon has reunited with Frank Darabont to work on the second installment of their two-part comic adaptation of Stephen King's novel. This time around, Frank has given Damon's character Andy Dufresne the book for his first attempt at literary writing and is committed to following its storylines faithfully. But a bizarre strand of events have Andy forging a plot that is so highly implausible that he has to resort to writing the book himself, written in an attempt to stop himself from becoming what he does not want to become. The story is also helped by Damon's performance, particularly in the scene where he discovers that he is the new addition to an exclusive society where they are "drawn" by something in their faces. But with each subsequent attempt to complete the book, the stakes become higher and higher, the plot becomes increasingly bizarre and unlikely and it is almost impossible to keep up with what is going on. Unfortunately, this raises the question of whether this is good or bad. Frank Darabont's two novels are highly visual and fast-paced, allowing the viewer to keep up with all the twists and turns that the story throws at them. However, they are also very complex, with huge amounts of meaning and intricate character development that is never easily communicated. In the second movie, the audiences is subjected to a similar story and even though the plot does not seem to have the depth of the first movie, it is still possible to appreciate the depth of the story on its own terms. The sheer magnitude of this character journey is a good thing and the scenes that were cut from the film are too many to name. The first thing I would like to comment on is the scenes that were cut from this movie. This movie does not have the comic book style of Mr Darabont's adaptations. Instead, it is a very tight story that is easily understandable, and also very well-acted, with many lines being used in the film that were not in the first movie. It is also more suited to an audience that knows that this is the first installment of a two-part story. If you haven't seen the movie and then read the book, I would highly recommend watching the movie first to understand how it works. The director has taken the opportunity to add the most intense scenes and the most surreal sequences and made it a fast-paced experience. If you can only view this movie once, you should see it again. But if you want to see it at least once, it is not a bad decision.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 06:03

A friend of mine who is of no means a film buff recommended this and it seemed like a movie worth watching. I didn't read any reviews of this movie before I rented it but it did turn out to be quite an interesting story. It starts out like any other movie that involves an orphan. That is, he's abused and abandoned by his parents, until he runs away from home. For the next 30 years, his heart is in the right place. For example, he's helping to raise children of the homeless in a small English village in Ireland. He also happens to be an expert on solving technical problems. One day, he is in the wrong place and ends up in a situation that he could never have imagined. He ends up being a boy and in a pretty messed up situation. There is a lot to unpack here, so I won't go into details. What I will say is that this movie does a good job of building up the atmosphere of a small Irish village and the background on the problems that the orphan suffers. I also liked the way that the movie handled the power of the church. While there were many really religious scenes, the story was told from the point of view of a non-believer, so the main theme of the movie is the fact that people who do not believe in God can become the best of people. If this were a Christian movie, this would be a Christian movie. I have to say that I think that a more interesting thing would have been to show that this was a story of one man. This would have allowed for a greater understanding of the motivation behind his actions and it would have had a greater impact on the story. Even if you don't believe in God, this movie is still worth seeing, because it's a very good story.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 19:07

After the disastrous release of Michael Moore's Big Baby, the movie/show tanked and was cancelled from its home video run in the US. Moore did not return to the box office and other entertainers such as Jerry Springer and Paul Giamatti were the only things going in the box office. This is the first time that someone has revived this film, following the appearance of a little boy who claims to be the real son of the Black Panthers, Johnny Green, who have been told that the child is no longer their son. Moore has decided to release this film into theaters and he does so in a form of a public service announcement, titled "Miracle upon a Very Large Scale". In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Moore describes this as "MTV-style public service" and he makes sure to explain that it is not intended to bring attention to his film, but to help people who were affected by the events of the 1990s. He also mentions that he never talked about the film with his son, who was born after the end of the War on Terror, because the son would not understand the movie. Moore gives the idea of the story being about the man who lost his family, and then the man who has not been able to accept that his family had been lost. The film includes several "behind-the-scenes" shots of the production. The cast of this movie includes: James Woods, Rachel Ticotin, O'Juan Lewis, Dean Cain, Arnold Vosloo, Roy Orbison, Andre Braugher, and Brendan Fraser. Moore even uses the musical number from the movie, "Back to Black" that is "very familiar" to the audience and he sings along with it. Also appearing are "vocal number" dancers; Mary Poppins' Marion Lambert, and Jacob Colangelo and his wife, Dax Shepard. You could say that the reason that this film is not popular is that people are not ready for the reality of their governments and of the injustices that were committed during the 20th Century. Or maybe it is just that no one knows what a real story would be like. Moore has said that "Black Lives Matter". Well, people need to realize that they are being killed in the streets and the police are murdering people because they are African-Americans, and not because they have been arrested and convicted of a crime. My score: 8 (out of 10)
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 06:46

I saw "Re-made Me" last week. I didn't like it, but I went because I had heard great things about it and so I sat down and watched it. I was initially put off by the foul language and profanity that is part of the opening, but the movie itself wasn't so bad. It seemed like the movie was filmed in order to present a realistic situation, and that's how it was. The main characters were actually doing some very serious stuff, like drug dealing and selling drugs, but it's definitely portrayed in a "bad ass" way. The movie itself is just a bit cheesy and exaggerated, but not over the top. It's not very realistic, but it was also not nearly as bad as I was being made to believe. Some of the elements were a little forced, but that's the way it was supposed to be. The acting was pretty decent and I liked that the movie did use some familiar actors. The young and old actors all seemed to fit the roles they were given well. I will admit that the movie did get a bit over the top, but I think that was a good thing. It didn't completely suck me in, so it wasn't as bad as I was being made to believe. Overall, I found it entertaining and not that bad. It didn't hit the level of the first, but it was better than average. It's an interesting movie to watch, with an interesting plot and pretty decent acting. You may want to watch it alone or with a friend, but if you're into movies and movies that take place in the 1990's, then this is a movie you should check out. 8/10


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