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Kepler's Dream is a movie starring Tailinh Agoyo, Isabella Blake-Thomas, and Ryan Jason Cook. An 11 year-old girl searches for a missing rare book from her grandmother's (Holland Taylor) library and tries to understand why her...

Genres
Mystery, Western, Family, Adventure, Drama
Director
Amy Glazer
Starring
Tailinh Agoyo, Ryan Jason Cook, Isabella Blake-Thomas, Leedy Corbin

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Product details

Genres Mystery, Western, Family, Adventure, Drama
Director Amy Glazer
Writer Ann Cummins, Sedge Thomson, Vijay Rajan, Amy Glazer, Sylvia Brownrigg
Stars Tailinh Agoyo, Ryan Jason Cook, Isabella Blake-Thomas, Leedy Corbin
Country USA, UK
Runtime 1 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An 11 year-old girl searches for a missing rare book from her grandmother's (Holland Taylor) library and tries to understand why her family is fractured the way it is during a memorable summer at an isolated New Mexico adobe. While her mother (Kelly Lynch), like astronaut Michael Collins, goes to the dark side of the moon for a leukemia treatment, Ella must journey on her own to the strange moon of her grandmother's world. Ella's father, (Sean Patrick Flanery) orbits his daughter, as Ella befriends Miguel and Rosie to find acceptance of her mother's fate. Emotional connections are reshaped, and the music of Patrick Neil Doyle helps tell this unusual story. In an era when many actresses are speaking about the dearth of women in various production roles, behind the scenes of this family film were many women - the director, the DoP, the Editor, the PPS, and 3 of the 4 credited screenwriters. This was the result of finding the best people for the project. Additionally, there was a great range of roles for women of all ages in Kepler's Dream.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 26 May 2020 06:48

The movie begins with a very nice scene with the school bus driving through the desert, and then we meet the main character, Cassie (the young girl who plays the main character). After Cassie picks up her hitchhiker, Cassie is in a train and is picked up by her owner, the young man. He then drives Cassie to a picnic spot and Cassie finds a boy who is too big for her to fit in with. Cassie decides to take him to the campsite, and then she notices a bunch of people she's not acquainted with, and she is convinced they are the other passengers. Cassie finds the girl, and she shows Cassie how to take care of her. The other passengers then get out and start to pack up and leave, so Cassie stays behind and does her chores for the day. The next morning, Cassie is attacked by a wild animal that gets off on the ground, and the girl takes Cassie to a local doctor. The doctor suggests Cassie find some more people to stay with and they will pay for the night, but Cassie is just looking for something to do, so she stays in the campground and stays until the people start to leave. Cassie realizes the adults in the campground don't want her to stay. Then Cassie realizes that this is not just some lone wolf or the wild animal, but rather a group of people with some knowledge. She begins to make friends with a local boy, and they start to realize the same things they were talking about when they were picking her up. Cassie soon realizes that the people in the campground are all doing something for her, and that the adults in the campground are not what they seem. Cassie is also attacked by a bear, but she manages to escape and take her pick axe. Cassie then goes back to the campground to try to find out what the people are up to. Cassie eventually finds the people and finds out that they are being held captive by the natives. She then has to figure out a way to free them. The film was very nice. I especially liked the scenes where Cassie was trying to find a map of the campground, and she ended up finding a map. It was very nice to see the story unfold as it did. The acting was also very good. I especially liked the young actress, and I thought that the older actress did a good job as well. The scenery was also very nice and I think that the movie captured the American dream very well. Overall, the movie was very nice, and it was a lot of fun to watch. It was very good, and I think that it was a very good movie. I give the movie an 8/10.
Thursday, 21 May 2020 01:08

The fact that it took 2 and a half hours to watch this movie is telling of how well it was made. I couldn't believe how well the colors were done, and how realistic the people looked, and the scenery of the old places was also very realistic. You can tell that a lot of time and effort was put into this movie, and that is the mark of a good movie. There are a few things that might be off, though, and I would say it's mainly the slow parts. The first half of the movie is very slow, and while I understand that it's trying to be slow, it doesn't go with the flow of the movie. This could have been a better film if it went with the flow of the movie, because it could have been a lot more effective if it went with a quicker pace. There are a few things that are just not believable. For example, when Charles is in the yard in the first half of the movie, and the car crashes into the front of his house, there are cars outside the house, yet no one is hurt. The people that Charles is in bed with are right outside the house, yet there are people outside of the house that he doesn't know about. The second half of the movie, when he and Rebecca are driving, they are getting into the car, yet when Rebecca is driving away, she drives out of the way. Also, when Charles is at the bar, he isn't drinking, and no one asks him to, and he isn't being rude or anything, and yet when he's at the bar, a man is hitting him on the head with a bottle, and he goes to get the man's attention, but no one seems to notice that he has been hit. Overall, it is a good movie, and I would recommend it to people who like to watch movies that are made in a realistic way. It was also interesting that they used some people that Charles knew from the old days of the old times, and that was interesting because in the old days, it wasn't that way. If you watch this movie, and don't think it was realistic, you should probably stop watching it. There are also things that were wrong with the movie, such as the fact that they don't talk to Charles for about the first 15 minutes, and then they go back and talk to him, and then the scene was over, and he had changed his mind about things. There are also things that weren't realistic about the movie, such as how the old people didn't seem to be able to understand Charles, and when he was there, the people he talked to didn't seem to know him very well, and when Charles was in the old times, they were all around him, and he was able to talk to them, and there was no one that he didn't know, so the people that Charles talked to, they had to have been there. This is also a good movie to watch if


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