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This is a great movie. If you have elderly parents then you will be able to relate. Bruce Dern is very good in this movie. Not a bad guy for a change. His wife June Squibb is also great. It was very touching to see the lengths his son was willing to go for his Dad. I would highly recommend this movie.
"HEARTBREAKING" - By R. Penola (NYC, NY United States)
Despite the juiced-up facts and figures surrounding the real Philomena Lee's story, this movie is unforgettably rich with raw emotion and a gripping immediacy that feels utterly real. Credit Judi Dench and director Stephen Frears for almost never going for the sentimental, and allowing this tragic, but ultimately redemptive, story unfold before our eyes - and certainly in our hearts. I cannot remember the last time I felt the way I did in a movie theatre while watching this movie: I forgot entirely where I was, so completely absorbed into the people on the screen. With each revelation, this movie earns its tears, and once again (think The Magdalene Sisters) shines a harsh light on those infamous Irish "laundries", attributing even more terrible sins to the pious nuns and priests who ran them. Philomena, embodied by the glorious, infinitely watchable, utterly human Ms. Dench, emerges as ... full review
"it was refreshing towatch a movie that asked the viewer to be willing ..." - By blueyedpea
In an age where creativity in movies has gone out the window and most films are remakes, it was refreshing to watch a movie that asked the viewer to be willing to come along for the ride. Touching moments and raw human emotion that displays that life doesn't always go the way we wished.
"Matthew McConaughey is outstanding as Ron Woodroof, a Texan with AIDS who refused to just roll over and die" - By Whitt Patrick Pond (Cambridge, MA United States)
Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée (The Young Victoria, C.R.A.Z.Y.) from a screenplay by first-time screenwriter Craig Borten and Melisa Wallack (Mirror, Mirror), Dallas Buyers Club is based on the life and experiences of Ron Woodruff, a Texas electrician and rodeo hanger-on who, when diagnosed with AIDS and told he only had 30 days to live, refused to just roll over and die.
The movie begins in Dallas, Texas in 1985, when AIDS was just beginning to emerge in the public consciousness. Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey in an absolutely amazing performance) is a 35-year-old electrician and rodeo hanger-on who lives hard and parties harder, everything from smoking and drinking to drugs and careless sex. When an injury on the job ends up sending him to the hospital, the doctors there do some tests and awkwardly inform him that he tested positive for HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. They then ... full review