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(484) 7.2 112 min 2017

Getting Grace is a movie starring Daniel Roebuck, Madelyn Dundon, and Marsha Dietlein. Grace, a teenage girl dying of cancer, crashes a funeral home to find out what will happen to her after she dies, but ends up teaching awkward...

Starring
Marsha Dietlein, Daniel Roebuck, Dana Ashbrook, Madelyn Dundon
Genres
Comedy, Drama
Director
Daniel Roebuck

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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 Comedy, Drama
Director Daniel Roebuck
Writer Daniel Roebuck, Jeff Lewis
Stars Marsha Dietlein, Daniel Roebuck, Dana Ashbrook, Madelyn Dundon
Country USA
Runtime 1H 52M
Description Grace, a teenage girl dying of cancer, crashes a funeral home to find out what will happen to her after she dies, but ends up teaching awkward funeral director Bill how to celebrate life.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 08:39

We've all heard the old adage that there is no such thing as bad publicity. Well, I'm here to say that this adage is often more important than the quality of the goods. This movie is a great example of the latter. It's a film that, like a lot of other films, attempts to be dark and disturbing without ever quite succeeding. Yet, it succeeds. It's a film that uses the social messages of its time and, in doing so, makes a statement about the morals of that time. The premise of the film is that it's very easy to take advantage of the easy way out, and that's exactly what this film is about. The film's message is that the easy way out of a difficult situation is not always the right way out. It's also a film about the effects of such actions. To say that the film is a lesson on morals would be a grave understatement. The film is about a small group of people who are concerned about the way that a local crime syndicate is operating in the area. They see it as a threat to their way of life and they're determined to stop it. There are lots of violent scenes in the film, but I think the movie is best for the messages it brings to the table. These messages are a dark and disturbing commentary on the way in which people, especially those who are suffering from poverty, take advantage of the easier way out. It's a film that's important and it's not a film that I would recommend to everyone. However, I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a good film that makes an important statement about morals.
Friday, 15 May 2020 00:12

First, let me say that I've only seen the movie. The last time I saw it, it was for free on HBO. I don't know if I'd say that the movie is worth the price of admission. I think I might be swayed by the special effects. The movie is full of visual style, but it feels more like an art movie than a movie. You can tell that the creators of the film went to great lengths to make it look like it was actually made by a computer. If the special effects and acting were truly amazing, it would make the movie almost watchable. Instead, the acting is good, but not amazing. The acting is good enough to make the movie watchable, but it's not great. The only thing that really seems to stand out in the acting department is Aaron Paul's performance. He's not the best actor in the world, but I think he's good enough. This movie is not worth seeing on the big screen, but it is worth seeing on the small screen. The big screen is better than the small screen, and you should see the movie on the big screen. If you don't have a large screen, you should watch the movie on the small screen. The special effects and acting are great, but it's not an amazing movie. The only reason I think it's worth watching on the big screen is because of Aaron Paul's performance. He's one of the most talented actors in Hollywood today, and I think he's going to be a big star in the future. I'd give the movie a C-. But for people who like to see Aaron Paul in movies, I think you should give the movie a chance.


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