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(1578) 6.8 94 min 2016

Sold is a movie starring Gillian Anderson, David Arquette, and Priyanka Bose. A girl risks everything for freedom after being trafficked from her mountain village in Nepal to a brothel in India.

David Arquette, Tillotama Shome, Priyanka Bose, Gillian Anderson
Jeffrey D. Brown

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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 Jeffrey D. Brown
Writer Jeffrey D. Brown, Joseph Kwong
Stars David Arquette, Tillotama Shome, Priyanka Bose, Gillian Anderson
Country India, USA
Runtime 1H 34M
Description A girl risks everything for freedom after being trafficked from her mountain village in Nepal to a brothel in India.

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Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 21:00

Some people think that the one person that can make a movie truly great is the director. The problem is that if the director is not the best in his craft then the movie will not be great. We've seen this a couple of times with directors like David Fincher. Even with a great movie like "Fight Club" he still had a case of not really knowing what to do with it. Maybe it was the money involved but that is a different story. It is also important to consider the mindset of the audience when making a movie. Movies can't really appeal to the mass audience and that is not how a good movie should be made. If the director is really good he can make the movie appealing to the audience and create a truly good movie. Sometimes though that is not the case. John Woo did not know what he wanted to do with his film "A Better Tomorrow". It was a great movie in every way but he wasn't sure what to do with it. Maybe it was a bad script or maybe he just didn't know what he wanted to do. In either case he just wasn't happy with what he had. What we have here is a movie that is very bad but it is actually great in one aspect. And that is the fact that it is really interesting and thought provoking. Not all of the jokes are truly funny but it is still pretty funny. And the fact that this movie has been able to be made in the 70s makes it even better. There were no really great movies in the 70s. There were no really great movies at all. But this movie is a real gem. And that is why I give it a 7 out of 10. It is just a really bad movie but it is actually a really good movie. If you can get your hands on it get it. If you can't get it watch it for yourself.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 11:50

The movie is a pretty decent drama that revolves around a 15 year old girl named Rachel (Laura Prepon) who is a struggling artist in her home town and is in the middle of a breakup with her boyfriend and his family. When her brother dumps her she decides to give up her job and live in a motel, living in a trailer with her best friend, Stacy (Lacey Chabert). When she meets two older men (Brandon Knowles and Jason Lee) who have just moved to town, Rachel sees that they are just as messed up as she is and is drawn to them, she decides to break up with her boyfriend to become more free, and ends up living with them in the motel. I don't think I've ever seen a movie that is as real as this one. This movie deals with a lot of issues, the main one is that people are not supposed to be happy. It also deals with issues like abandonment, infidelity, and the only thing that these guys are looking for is a girl to replace them. There are some disturbing parts in the movie, like the sex scenes and the scenes that are more psychological. I also don't think it's a great movie because the movie is just too long and boring. The ending is quite predictable, I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone. It is a decent drama and it's not the worst movie I've ever seen. The acting was good, I liked Laura Prepon in this and Lacey Chabert was pretty good. Jason Lee was okay, and Brandon Knowles was good, but they weren't amazing. The story was good, it's about a girl who doesn't have a boyfriend, and the relationship with her best friend, Stacy, and how she deals with the fact that she doesn't have a boyfriend. The movie was also predictable, but the ending was quite surprising. This is a pretty good movie.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 11:27

Banned from their high school in 1967, Richard "Dick" Hoffman and his two friends are planning to make it to the West Coast for a football camp. Their trip takes a violent turn when they are caught in a road rage incident with an older woman. All four are arrested, and sent to a juvenile facility, where Hoffman begins to develop feelings for a teenage girl. While in the juvenile facility, Hoffman begins to develop a personal and professional relationship with the female inmate, Maureen. I have no doubt that Richard Hoffman was a great, but the reason I like this movie is the mature-like writing. It's obvious that the characters are trying to make the best of their situation. The movie does a great job of showing the importance of family and friendship. In this movie, Hoffman and Maureen have a strong relationship, and it's very easy to relate to the characters. Their personalities and actions seem very realistic. I also like the setting, the different situations the characters get into. I liked how they were able to make the most out of the conditions they were in. The relationship between Hoffman and Maureen is very touching, and very believable. The relationships between Hoffman and the female inmates is more complicated, and also believable. I think the movie works best when it focuses on Hoffman's mental and physical condition, as well as the situation he is put into. The way the movie depicts the situations Hoffman gets into is very realistic, and it makes you feel for him. The ending is very good, and the movie has a good message about the importance of family and friendship. Overall, I liked this movie. It's a great film to watch with a friend, or to watch alone.

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