Ivory centers on a young man's struggle between success versus fulfillment, and chronicles the exploration of an artist: the passion, dedication, and the immovable faith in one's talents. ... See full summary »
Andrew W. Chan
The Emersons are a theatrical family, of sorts - one son Samuel,17, is a street performer who recites Shakespeare while his brother Beckett, 19, picks pockets in the crowd. Their father ... See full summary »
Alabama; 1969: The death of a clan's estranged wife and mother brings together two very different families. Do the scars of the past hide differences that will tear them apart, or expose truths that could lead to unexpected collisions?
After her ex-husband Carlos shoots Celeste three times in the gut, it's time to play dirty. In the fight for her godson, Rob, she hires three outlawed and redneck brothers to bring him back to her. But nothing can be that simple in the South. What begins as a small rescue mission rises to a southern battle royal. This odd team must shoot their way through gorgeous female assassins, Native American hunters, Federal agents, and a whole lot of metal coming after them, while protecting Celeste's innocent child. Written by
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Old man Mac has supposedly passed away, but he is still breathing. See more »
[Brick reveals to McQueen and Lincoln that they once had a younger brother who was disabled like Rob]
How'd he die?
I don't know. He was there one day, gone the next. I asked Daddy about it one time, but that went over like a fart in church.
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During the ending credits there are two extra scenes. One shows the three outlaws released from prison and receive a gift, and the other one shows Lucky who is still preparing sandwiches in the bar storage. See more »
'Smokey And The Bandit' Meets 'From Dusk Til Dawn'
I really didn't expect much of this going in, the poster looked cheap, & the two biggest names on it (Billy Bob Thornton & Eva Longoria) turn out to have two of the weakest roles in it, the story mainly being concerned with the Oodie brothers, three lovable outlaw rednecks who make what living they can shooting people in the face. It's very, very funny, & occasionally oddly moving, with gleefully over-the-top cartoon violence aplenty.
It would be hard to sum up the delightful chemistry the three brothers & the film itself manage to get going but I can't help think this is the kind of thing Tarantino would have come up with had he been put in charge of 'The Dukes Of Hazzard'. The film most like it I've seen lately is the woefully undervalued 'Machete', & if you like that charmingly absurd phantasmagoria, you'll almost certainly like this.
The best way to describe it would maybe be 'Smokey & The Bandit' meets 'From Dusk Til Dawn'. Or perhaps 'Way Of The Gun' meets 'The Beverly Hillbillies'? I don't know, but either way, this movie is one hell of a ride & a whole lot of fun.
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