After her mother's suicide, a young woman moves to New York to start afresh. After a rocky start with her new and troubled roommate, the two slowly forge a friendship, finding solace in ... See full summary »
Naomi McDougall Jones
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As the Battle of the Bulge rages on, an American tank unit gets trapped behind Nazi lines. With just hours before the bombs of Operation Ardennes Fury fall, the tank's commander makes the risky decision to rescue an orphanage.
Joseph J. Lawson
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Prim schoolteacher Miss Meadows (Katie Holmes) is not entirely what she appears. Well-mannered, sweet, and caring, yes, but underneath the candy-sweet exterior hides the soul of a vigilante, taking it upon herself to right the wrongs in this cruel world by whatever means necessary. Things get complicated, however, when Miss Meadows gets romantically entangled with the town sheriff (James Badge Dale) and her steadfast moral compass is thrown off, begging the question: "Who is the real Miss Meadows and what is she hiding?" Written by
5 minutes into this movie and I wanted Miss Meadows to kill me next. It was so bad I signed up to IMDb just to write this.
Objectively, the cinematography is amateurish, the directing is non existent, and the acting would have been better if you casted from the local asylum.
Another reviewer wrote the plot was "clumsy" . Yeah = clumsy like I took too much acid clumsy. Camp? No. Batman in the 70's was camp. This is just bad. Look up the 100 Foot Journey - we watched this the same night and it is literally on another continent.
THe children in this movie were better actors than the adults. I hope they have a bright, wonderful, successful future in the acting world. The adults should get a day job.
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