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(10186) 7.2 121 min 2017

Lean on Pete is a movie starring Charlie Plummer, Amy Seimetz, and Travis Fimmel. A teenager gets a summer job working for a horse trainer and befriends the fading racehorse, Lean on Pete.

Starring
Steve Buscemi, Charlie Plummer, Amy Seimetz, Travis Fimmel
Genres
Drama
Director
Andrew Haigh

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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 Andrew Haigh
Writer Andrew Haigh, Willy Vlautin
Stars Steve Buscemi, Charlie Plummer, Amy Seimetz, Travis Fimmel
Country UK
Also Known As Osloni se na Pita, La route sauvage, 荒野にて, O Meu Amigo Pete, A Rota Selvagem, Moj prijatelj Pete, Charley Thompson, Apóyate en mí, Polegaj na mnie
Runtime 2H 1M
Description Charley, a teen living with his single father, finds work caring for an aging racehorse named Lean on Pete. When he learns Pete is bound for slaughter, the two embark on an odyssey across the new American frontier in search of a place to call home.

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Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 23:16

After the excellent (and unexpectable) George Clooney film "The Ides of March" in 2009, the English film-maker Richard Curtis, who makes a very different sort of film (which I feel is his "Monsoon Wedding") "The Fountain" could hardly fail to impress the viewer with its melancholic and elegiac cinematography, its meditative yet sober soundtrack, its subtly touching but at times sappy script and its unique and oddly moving performances by its cast. But I must confess that it did not work for me as much as I expected to. In order to achieve its aim, it left me with a slight feeling that it was too low-key and dreary, even though I think it could have been a little more emotional or even more significant if the narrative had been less somber and more graphic and exuberant. On the other hand, I think that the film-maker did a superb job of adapting the novel by Stephen King, the suspense of which I find much more meaningful in the novel than the film-maker's version. So what do I think? I think that "The Fountain" is an interesting film and it is a film which does not disappoint in the least. However, I am afraid that in spite of its unusual and unconventional setting, the story is not as original as I would have expected. And if I am not mistaken, the key difference between the book and the film is that in the book, Charles Perrault and his wife Caroline are not blind, but rather they are only partially blind, and the eponymous fountain is not supposed to be the symbol of a "sickness" but rather, the symbol of a "sickness". In the film, the Fountain is not supposed to be a symbol of "a sickness", but rather, it is supposed to be a symbol of a "sickness" itself. In my opinion, the film is worth watching. The performances are excellent and so are the direction and photography, and the overall cinematography is mesmerizing. And despite all the praise I have for it, it does not bring me any sort of emotional and mental satisfaction. Maybe I would not have become a very emotionally attached viewer if the story had been more poignant, and if the movie had been a little more dramatic or emotional. But I am afraid that the plot is quite thin, and it does not have a very strong emotional element. I could not possibly put myself in the person of Charles Perrault and the story of "The Fountain" did not make me feel sad, bitter or at least something other than indifferent towards it. So, if you are looking for a film which is similar to the novel "The Fountain" by Stephen King, I would strongly recommend "The Fountain" instead. Even if you do not like the book by Stephen King, it is still worth seeing, and even if you do not like the book by Stephen King, you might still like the film, and that is what I am inclined to say.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 19:29

A few years after the conclusion of his hit "Saw," director Sam Raimi returned to the horror genre with a film titled "It," which was shot almost entirely in the house where Raimi grew up. His sister, Kimberly C. Roark, is the housekeeper and her brother, Kevin Bacon, plays the husband. When Raimi's brother is murdered, the wife hires a young man named Mike (played by Aaron Stanford) to stay in the house to make amends with her brother. After a night of drunken revelry, Mike is hit by a car, and wakes up in the hospital with amnesia. His life, including the memories he has, is drastically altered, as he is now a victim of the monsters he once knew and fought. Now he must find a way to become a good man, but his past remains with him. "It" is much better than "Saw," but the movie is not exactly comparable to the original "Saw," which I have seen. It's not until the very end of the film when the two movies are compared, and it's clear that "It" is a step up from "Saw." For one, "It" is much better paced. There are many scenes that are shocking and jarring, such as the scene in which the man named Mike picks up a book and finds out that he killed his brother. Although the scene is relatively fast-paced, it is rather disturbing. The sequence is not even disturbing in the way that the original "Saw" was. When the movie is over, the viewer is left with the feeling that it was a really sad ending. I understand that it's hard for Raimi to film the entire film in one location, but it would have been better to film it in various locations. When "It" was released, many critics slammed the film, stating that it was "boring." One critic even stated that the movie was a waste of time. In my opinion, that is not the case. This movie is not boring, in fact, it is a bit of a success. The plot is not complex, but the story is interesting and engaging. There are many dramatic scenes that are well-acted and extremely well-shot. "It" is not the greatest film ever made, but it is an interesting, thoughtful horror film that is not an outright failure. Rated R; Violence, Nudity, Profanity, and drug use.


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