When Nicole met David; handsome, charming, affectionate, he was everything. It seemed perfect, but soon she sees that David has a darker side. And his adoration turns to obsession, their dream into a nightmare, and her love into fear.
Vietnam War vet Stephen Simmons must deal with a war of a different sort between his son and their friends, and a rival group of children. He also must deal with his own personal and ... See full summary »
Following his mother's death, Mark is sent to Maine to visit his aunt and uncle while his father goes on a business trip to Tokyo. Mark meets his cousin, Henry, and the two quickly form a friendship. However, Henry begins to show signs of violent behavior that worry Mark. Written by
The first actor that was going to play Henry, Jesse Bradford, was dropped after Culkins father said he would pull him out of Home Alone 2 if he wasn't cast in that role. See more »
In the first wide shot of the freeway wreck, the Ford pick-up with trailer rear-ends the first car and follows it sideways off the road. In the close-up of the station wagon hitting the trailer, the first car is gone and the pick-up is back on the road, before sliding off again. See more »
[Mark plays soccer with his teammates as they cheer Mark's name]
Get the ball!
Pass it to me!
Shoot it! Hit it in! Hit it in!
[Mark scores the goal]
Good goal! Good game.
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I saw THE GOOD SON on television a while ago and since then I have rented several times. It seems each time it gets more and more thrilling. It's the first movie I've seen where I was actually scared of the bad character, Henry [Macaulay Culkin] and the first movie I've seen where I find myself routing for the good character, Mark [Elijah Wood]. See, normally I don't get too involved in the movies I'm watching, but with THE GOOD SON, it's impossible not to! This is one of Macaulay Culkin's best movies [and one of his last movies].
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