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(713) 5.9 94 min 2017

Anything is a movie starring John Carroll Lynch, Matt Bomer, and Maura Tierney. This is a story about the infinite possibility of love.

Maura Tierney, Matt Bomer, John Carroll Lynch, Margot Bingham
Romance, Drama
Timothy McNeil

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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 Romance, Drama
Director Timothy McNeil
Writer Timothy McNeil
Stars Maura Tierney, Matt Bomer, John Carroll Lynch, Margot Bingham
Country USA
Also Known As Bármi
Runtime 1H 34M
Description After attempting suicide following his wife's death, a Mississippi insurance agent moves in with his sister in Los Angeles, then into an apartment building filled with a group of interesting Hollywood people - nothing he has ever been used to, but perhaps he fits in well.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 06:15

After his successful move to Hollywood, one of the more prominent writers of the horror genre, Stephen King, is a father with a 14-year-old daughter and a dog who is willing to help his father as he begins to write a novel, The Mist. Once again, one of King's characters is struggling with some sort of personal tragedy. Here, the story is set in a small town in Maine, and the story takes place in a home that is inhabited by a father and his estranged daughter. The father is a strong, compassionate man who gives a very loving, and appreciative, image to his daughter, Barbara. Barbara is very happy in her home, but the father is not, and he is suffering from some sort of crisis. King has done this sort of story before in his "Stand By Me" series, and has done a few more in the last decade. The ending of this story does not exactly work for me, and does not feel like a true conclusion. The father is supposed to be just fine, but I just did not buy it. King did make a good film about the lives of teenagers, and I have to say, "The Shining" is one of his best. In this film, however, he does not have the emotional depth of that film. Also, the ending is just a bit too convenient for me. A couple of things also are not all that believable. King's character is a very loving and appreciative father, and his daughter has just had a big fight with her boyfriend, so she does not appear to be the kind of person who would have a huge emotional problem. She is just as caring and appreciative of her father as any of us would be, but the events that take place are just not believable. For a King story, I think he is at his best in the middle section of the film, where he really develops his characters. But in the middle, I think he loses his touch, and the ending of the story does not feel like a true conclusion. I recommend this film to fans of King and/or horror movies.
Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 11:48

My husband and I watched this movie last night and were disappointed. We went into this movie expecting something beautiful and poetic, and what we got was a slow moving story that kept us at arm's length. There were many scenes that seemed to linger and linger and I think that it would have been better if the movie had been much longer. The movie is only about 90 minutes long and there were many scenes that went on forever. The ending was predictable and I felt that it was rushed, which left me with a feeling of emptiness and disappointment. I felt that the movie was made to be just a quick montage of scenes. We also felt that the actors were not properly cast, and the actors were not given enough scenes to be comfortable with their characters. The actors in the movie were very good, but they did not seem to fit into their roles as they did not seem to fit their characters. The acting was not good, and it seemed that the actors were trying to be too dramatic and put too much emotion into their roles, which was a bit disappointing. I would recommend this movie to people who are looking for a relaxing movie and do not want to think too much. I felt that this movie was very slow moving and I think that it would have been better if it had been shorter. We did not feel that this movie was good for people who are not able to concentrate on long periods of time, and we did not feel that it was appropriate for the people who are planning on watching this movie.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 21:25

There are many stories about the plague, especially in the 20th century, but none as chilling as this one. Based on a novel by Ursula Le Guin, "A Wizard of Earthsea" tells the story of a wizard, Ash, who lives in a fantasy land and teaches magic to children. However, he has lost his wife and son to the plague and now only lives on to help those who need it. I found the movie's emphasis on magic and the fantasy world (where he lives) to be a refreshing contrast from the usual zombies and vampires. The movie also had an extremely detailed and realistic look to the film, something that has not been seen in many films. The special effects were very realistic, with the plague taking many forms. I particularly liked the scenes of the plague, as it reminded me of the film "Alien", where the plague could take different forms, including those of the infected. In some ways, this film was like "Alien" (a film I have seen several times), except that in this film, the plague is not a virus, but rather a disease. I thought the movie was very well done, and the music was beautiful. The performances were all very good. Sean Connery is a very good actor, and he plays the role of Ash with a certain realism that I found very believable. The child actors are also very good. They are believable, even though they are children. I also enjoyed the child actors' performance, as well. I have not read the book, so I cannot compare the movie to the book, but I can say that the movie was very realistic, and I found the story to be very interesting. I have rated this movie a 7 out of 10, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good film.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 04:54

This is a story about a young man and a young woman who meet, fall in love and set out on a journey to get out of the town they live in. I watched this film in the hope that it would be a fresh and enjoyable experience, and it certainly delivers. The story is well constructed, the acting is good, the characters are well developed, and the plot is well done. The main character, Charlie, is played brilliantly by Dylan O'Brien. I enjoyed watching his character develop as he becomes a man, and you see the way he becomes more comfortable with his sexuality. He has a deep emotional connection to his wife, and he's really comfortable with his sexuality. I really liked how Charlie's character was able to deal with his life and the world without feeling guilty about what he does. All the characters have deep, believable flaws, and all are very endearing. Even though this film is in Irish, it feels authentic and true to life. The way the townspeople act is believable and realistic. I also enjoyed how the film worked in depicting the Irish in general as being very down and out. I'm really glad that the film didn't sugar coat the fact that the townspeople are Irish, because that's a really dark subject that doesn't get enough recognition. The fact that there are a lot of Irish in the film really makes the audience feel a sense of community. I was surprised by the amount of positive reviews on IMDb. This film is not a masterpiece, but it's certainly a very good movie.

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