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(277) 6.0 93 min 2017

Weightless is a movie starring Julianne Nicholson, Marc Menchaca, and Johnny Knoxville. Joel (Alessandro Nivola) lives a solitary existence, rarely straying from his narrow routines of working in a landfill and going through the...

Alessandro Nivola, Julianne Nicholson, Marc Menchaca, Johnny Knoxville
Jaron Albertin

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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 Jaron Albertin
Writer Enda Walsh, Jaron Albertin, Charlotte Colbert
Stars Alessandro Nivola, Julianne Nicholson, Marc Menchaca, Johnny Knoxville
Country USA
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Joel (Alessandro Nivola) lives a solitary existence, rarely straying from his narrow routines of working in a landfill and going through the motions of getting through the day. He faces emotional and psychological upheaval with the arrival of Will, his ten-year-old son whom he has never met. The boy, who has been abandoned by his mother, weighs 250 pounds, is diabetic, and needs serious care -- attention Joel may not be capable of giving. Their collective pain, in the face of an indifferent world, could be crushing. Together, they embark on a journey of survival.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 11:04

Well, I really can't think of much to say about this movie except that it's not as good as I had hoped it would be. In fact, it's probably one of the worst movies I've ever seen. But, as a movie, it's OK. The acting is OK, the plot is ok, the writing is ok, but, oh, the dialogue. My favorite line in this movie: The teacher: "I'm going to be late for class. I was just talking to my parents about your pregnancy." The student: "Yes. I'm pregnant." The teacher: "I just told your parents I was pregnant." And that's the only line I really liked in this movie. I honestly think that the acting in this movie was sub-par. It was so overdone and so over-acted that it was ridiculous. One of the things I'm most annoyed about in this movie is that there's one girl that you just instantly hate and you hate the guy for no reason whatsoever. But, I think this is just because of the dialogue. I don't know why, but I hate that line. The other thing I hate is that the girl's family is portrayed as completely evil. They're all evil, they're all whiny, they're all crazy, they're all ugly, they're all stupid, they're all disgusting, and they're all in it together for the sole purpose of making the girl's father so unhappy that he wants to kill his son. Then, the parents, when they discover that the girl is pregnant, they're all like, "Oh, well, you know, she's just a kid." But, the father is like, "Oh, don't be so hasty. You have to take care of her." Then, the girl's mother, the sister, and the boyfriend all have no problem with this. And, the father doesn't seem to have any problem with this either. It just seemed that the acting in this movie was so over-the-top that it was ridiculous. I really think that it's just a movie. It's not a bad movie, it's just not a good movie.
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 06:55

I really enjoyed this film. It's one of the rare examples of a movie that I really enjoyed. It's the sort of movie that I would watch if I could find it on cable. The movie is based on a true story about three young women and their lives in the late '50s and early '60s. They are the pre-eminent model-in-waiting, the leading lady, and the first lady, to go to New York City to get jobs in the fashion industry. The film is a character study of these women, and the film is very interesting in that regard. The main thing that struck me about the movie was that there were not many people of color in the movie. I don't know that I've ever seen a film that has had that effect on me. I don't know if this is a reflection of the general audience, but it certainly is not the case with me. I felt like the film was more about the people than the people themselves. I've never really been interested in the women in the movie, and I don't have a huge interest in fashion. This is one of those films where I was interested in the people, but not in the characters. The film has a lot of great acting, but it's the acting of the women that really made me care about the film. The main problem I had with the film was the writing. In the beginning of the film, I was wondering why there wasn't a greater focus on the women, and why there was so much of the film centered around the men. The women in the movie were incredibly interesting, and the main plot point of the movie was centered around the women. But, the writing was just so predictable. I've never seen a film that had so many characters just make up the plot for themselves. There was a lot of the movie centered on the men. There was the guy who was very protective of the girls, the guy who thought he was smarter than everyone, the guy who was a high-powered business man. There was a lot of the movie focused on the men, and I think that this was the point where the writing and the film could have done so much more. I just found the writing to be so predictable, and I also found the main plot point of the movie to be so predictable. I didn't really care for the movie because I didn't feel like I cared about any of the characters. I think that the main point of the movie was to be a character study, and I was disappointed in that regard. Overall, the film was very interesting, and I enjoyed the characters, but I wasn't interested in the characters.

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