During shopping for Christmas, Frank and Molly run into each other. This fleeting short moment will start to change their lives, when they recognize each other months later in the train ... See full summary »
Robert De Niro,
A drama exploring the romantic past and emotional present of Ann Grant and her daughters, Constance and Nina. As Ann lays dying, she remembers, and is moved to convey to her daughters, the defining moments in her life 50 years prior, when she was a young woman. Harris is the man Ann loves in the 1950s and never forgets.
When teenage son Jacob is being accused of murdering his girlfriend, the well-respected and close-knit Ryan family is in turmoil. Jacob flees, father Ben destroys possible evidence, the village community turns hostile and mother Carolyn is forced to temporarily close her doctor's practice. Then Jacob gets arrested and soon finds himself and his family entangled in a web of truth, trust and lies, all on his way to court.Written by
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In the scene where Meryl Streep enters a court room to appear in front of the grand jury in the front row (in the middle of the frame) sits a young Paul Giamatti as an extra his head turned around to have a look at her. See more »
During the initial lawyer conference, the sandwich, the napkin, and the sandwich wrapper in front of the lawyer change relative position and the wrapper changes shape, several times, without the lawyer touching them. Or hearing the sound of the wrapper being moved/reshaped. See more »
[Jude visits her and Jake's tree house]
Jake? I know you don't wanna talk, but I just need to see you. Can I come up? Please?
[No response. Jude turns away, dejected. Then, the ladder falls down. Jude climbs up]
Can I just ask you one question?
[Jake says nothing]
Did you ever really go anywhere, Jake?
[Jake still says nothing]
Okay. That's cool. I understand. But, just so you know, when you were in that jail, I tried to come. They wouldn't let me. Jake, I really wanted to see you. They act like ...
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I saw this movie for one reason, and one reason only-Edward Furlong. But when I rented this movie (or rather my parents, for my birthday)I didn't expect the movie to be so great. I was watching, and I thought, wow, this would make a great book. After the 2nd time I watched it, i noticed that it was a book, and it was twice as good as the movie.
The movie is about a teen(Edward Furlong) who runs away after "murdering" his girlfriend. His parents are doctor (Meryl Streep) and artist (Liam Neeson. After their son is reported missing, they spend at least 1/2 of the movie waiting for him and bearing nasty and sometimes brutal words from the rest of the townspeople. When he gets back, we hear what really happens, and from then on, the movie sort of sags, and eventually dies. The cast was great, though, and the script was so close to the book, which made me pretty happy to see.
If you are into crime drama, this is a definite 10!!! A must see. (Plus Edward Furlong is EXTREMELY hot)
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