Returning home the morning after graduation, Jim Swanson discovers an intruder in his home. Only after tracking him down and running him over in his car does he find out the intruder is his best friend from university.
Joshua David Hall
Like most kids, Ned idolized his father and dreamed of following in his footsteps. Unfortunately, his father was a two-bit crook who spent most of his life in jail. Without a family of his ... See full summary »
David E. Allen
Just back from combat, a young Marine veteran faces a new battle to find purpose in the mundane existence of civilian life while struggling through a shattered economy while burdened by the physical and emotional scars of war.
Catherine B. Johnson
I thoroughly enjoyed Take. It was a different experience for me than
any other movie I have seen. After reading the Take website
(takethemovie.com), I was very concerned about ruining my macho image
by crying. It turns out that I did not cry but was profoundly and
deeply moved by the movie (way beyond crying). I was riveted to the
screen throughout the movie and at the moment of resolution, I found
myself understanding life from a deeply new perspective. Take helped me
to think more deeply about my relationships with those who have been a
source of grief in my life. I think I will be a little bit better
person for having seen Take.
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