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Hunter Gatherer is a movie starring Andre Royo, Kellee Stewart, and Jeannetta Arnette. After a 3-year stint in prison, an unreasonably optimistic middle-aged man returns to his stagnant neighborhood to win back his girlfriend only...

Genres
Drama
Director
Josh Locy
Starring
Andre Royo, Larry Flash Jenkins, Kellee Stewart, Jeannetta Arnette

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Josh Locy
Writer Josh Locy
Stars Andre Royo, Larry Flash Jenkins, Kellee Stewart, Jeannetta Arnette
Country USA
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 After a 3-year stint in prison, an unreasonably optimistic middle-aged man returns to his stagnant neighborhood to win back his girlfriend only to find that she and his family have done what they always wanted to do - forget he exists.

Top reviews

Saturday, 30 May 2020 11:37

There's so much to say about this movie. It has the great sound effects and I can't believe that I have never heard of this movie before. It is a movie that you can see many times and you will remember everything that happens, it is like a legend that stays with you. It is about a journalist who writes a book about the Pangtung who are a paramilitary group that controls all the land in the province of South Sumatra. The Pangtung have a special code that they call the 'two-finger salute' that you will only hear on television and at the beginning of the film. They only talk to their leader, Peruvian and he is played by a British actor, though I am not a great fan of his. The film has two stories, one that is about the journalist who wants to expose the truth about the Pangtung and the second that is about the family of the journalist that doesn't want to talk about the Pangtung. The first story is a very difficult to watch and the second story is the best of the two. The first story is a very violent story that doesn't give a lot of laughs but it has a lot of scenes that will stay with you for a long time. I am a fan of documentaries that show a lot of things that are common in the Indonesian society, this movie is about that and I think that is why this film is so good. The documentary is one of the best documentaries I have seen. The second story is a nice story that will stay with you, a little bit better than the first story. I really liked the ending. If you love a good documentary then you should see this movie, it is a great film.
Friday, 10 Apr 2020 12:41

There are movies that simply demand your undivided attention and enjoy it all the way through. These are the movies that are so deeply touching, so alive, so raw and genuine that it makes you feel as if you have just been on a train ride all over again. That is the case with "The Valley of the Dolls" a quiet, deep, and raw documentary about the lives of three children living in a Los Angeles suburb. It's a journey of inner conflict, insecurity, loss, and redemption. The kids, between ages 7 and 12, are the stars of the film. Like all of their characters, they're either dorks, loser, or stoner. The youngest is a typical nerd. The oldest is a total loser and has since puberty been on the receiving end of a lot of hate and mockery. The story of their interactions is told in a personal, intimate way. The film is never without a sense of warmth, humor, sadness, and triumph. I would say that the sense of wonder is nearly non-existent. The film never loses its emotional punch, but it's not anything spectacular. In fact, I felt a little of a let down after the final act. It seemed to be missing something essential that would make it truly worth your time. The story of the children is interesting, but too much of it is told through monologues, so much of it was already known. That's a shame because the actors and actresses are all quite well-established. I can't imagine that anyone who doesn't have something about their lives to tell would be so moved by what they had to say. The final half-hour feels a little uneven and a little under-powered. Overall, a great film, but lacking something.


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