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D.J. Haza presents the next entry in his series of films to watch before you die...
In America, 2002.
Directed by Jim Sheridan.
In America is the beautiful story of an Irish family who enter America on a tourist visa, but plan to settle and make New York City their home as they search for a new life and try to overcome their grief of losing their son, Frankie. Johnny Sullivan (Considine) is a struggling actor looking for work, but unable to show emotion after the death of Frankie. His wife Sarah (Morton) takes a job in the local ice cream parlor to support the family and along with their two daughters Ariel (Emma Bolger) and Christy (Sarah Bolger) they move into a run down apartment in Hell’s Kitchen.
As the family experience life in New York they all carry the »
There is one day each year (Mar. 17) when it's acceptable to attach an "O" or a "Mc" to the front of any name, no matter the ethnicity. In honor of that day, we here at Zap2it are ringing in the occasion the only way we know how -- with pop culture.
We're more than happy to partake in all the Guinness drinking and green attire shenanigans of the day, but before all that, let's kick things off with a little walk down memory lane. We've compiled a list of our top 10 St. Paddy's day worthy flicks that make us wish were Irish (or as some of us are lucky enough to say, proud to be Irish).
2 items from 2011
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