All Is Bright [Blu-ray]
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Top Customer Reviews
If you only like slick comedies, than this is not for you.
Paul Giamatti (Dennis) is one Bassett Hound faced, dissatisfied mutt throughout the entire story and Rudd (Rene) is not an ideal partner as he tries to steal Giamatti's character's family away. One character, Olga, is likable and probably the only redeeming body in the whole story other than the little girl. She helps Dennis make his first sale (to her) and then invites him in for food and a much needed bath.
This feature had one quality that I adore in movie making. It is unique. Not many, if any viewers will say that this one reminds them of any other film. That's a virtue. And it entertains from beginning to end. Just don't go in thinking that this is your typical feel good Christmas story with a lollipop ending. That's just not what this movie is.
The theme song "JOY" is ear candy.. It was written and performed by Tracey Thorn. Very nice. I always enjoy a beautiful musical score.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dennis (Paul Giamatti) has spent four years in prison. His divorced wife (Amy Landecker) wants nothing to do with him. Read morePublished 19 months ago by The Movie Guy
Really thin plot. Giamatti gets out of prison for theft after 4 years to find that his wife was planning to marry his friend and has told his daughter that he was dead of a very... Read morePublished on June 1, 2014 by dhart
The only positive part about this film is that it was shot in Greenpoint/Williamsburg area of Brooklyn. Place I am very familiar with.Published on December 31, 2013 by L
Dennis (Paul Giamatti) has spent four years in prison. His divorced wife (Amy Landecker) wants nothing to do with him. Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by The Movie Guy
The bleak and dreary atmosphere in "All is Bright" is regrettably a dead giveaway for the events that are about to transpire. Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by C. Sawin