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The Land is a movie starring Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Moises Arias, and Rafi Gavron. Four teenage boys devote their summer to escaping the streets of Cleveland, Ohio, by pursuing a dream life of professional skateboarding. But when they...

Steven Caple Jr.
Rafi Gavron, Moises Arias, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Ezri Walker

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Genres Drama
Director Steven Caple Jr.
Writer Steven Caple Jr.
Stars Rafi Gavron, Moises Arias, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Ezri Walker
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 44 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 Four teenage boys devote their summer to escaping the streets of Cleveland, Ohio, by pursuing a dream life of professional skateboarding. But when they get caught in the web of the local queenpin, their motley brotherhood is tested, threatening to make this summer their last.

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Saturday, 20 Jun 2020 09:37

Lately I've been following the British television and film industry, especially since the inception of ITV. After watching my first movie, "Lords of Dogtown" which is based on a story by JRR Tolkein, I knew that I had to go back and watch the other ITV series, "Lords of the Desert", "Beware of Love", "Not Another Teen Movie", "The Day After Tomorrow" and "I'm the One". For those of you who haven't seen any of these series, the series deals with the fallout from the big-budget explosion of this decade in the early 90s. I am not a big fan of these type of movies but have been a fan of British movies since I was a teenager. I just recently watched "Not Another Teen Movie" which is based on a story by Mike Newell. The film is based on the life of a group of teenage girls who are bored, lonely and miserable. One girl, Sandra (Imelda Staunton), decides to break out of her unhappy life and get a boyfriend. But she gets caught up in the bad influences of her parents. Sandra becomes a victim of the people who make her parents rich. The film deals with the theme of friendship, love, and the effects of these things on people. For example, there is the scene where Sandra's father is trying to take her to a party and she says, "I want to go." When he responds, "Don't do it, it's not your party," she replies, "It's mine." He replies, "You're mine." Sandra says, "It's not your party." He says, "It's mine." She says, "It's not your party." This scene is quite hilarious. Also, Sandra is constantly being manipulated by her mother. At one point she is left alone with a person who is obviously her mother. When she is alone, she is not allowed to go to the bathroom. This is one of the many scenes that deals with the effects of friendship and the human condition. Another great scene is when Sandra's mother is trying to use her daughter to make money for the other parents. Her mother says, "How about you try this, you're gonna need it." And the mother tells Sandra to put a stop to it and Sandra asks, "Are you trying to make money from me?" The mother replies, "No, I'm trying to make money for you." There are many other moments like these in the film. Also, the dialogue is great. Some of the lines are funny and some are funny but the performances are good. I really like the performances of the young actresses who play the girls in the film. Imelda Staunton is really good. She is a very talented actress. I don't know if I would call her a "star" but she has been in a lot of great films and television. I also really like Rachel Weisz as the mother. She is a very talented actress and I think that she is one of the best. She has been in some good
Saturday, 16 May 2020 09:25

This movie tells the story of a group of five people in a small village in rural India. It begins with the murder of their youngest brother, and moves on to the parents' struggle to cope with the loss. The parents do not blame the killer, but the other siblings. They blame the doctor, the teacher, the government officials, the local priest, the school, the "God", and the food. In the end, the parents decide to blame the murderer. The movie was very well acted. The children were good actors and the acting was excellent. The director did an excellent job of putting the events in the village into a narrative. There are several scenes where there is little dialogue, and these scenes were well acted. The music was good, but the lyrics did not fit the story. The director, Sachin Shetty, who is from Maharashtra, should learn from other directors, who did not do the same thing. His next film, as he puts it, will be "the ultimate gangster film", and that is the ultimate gangster film. He will have to do a lot of research, and learn from other directors. However, he did a very good job of putting the events into a narrative. The second reason for giving it a 7 out of 10 is that the movie is not really about the victims, it is about the crime and the victims. It does not have the emotion of the victims. The viewer does not feel for the victims. The viewers does not care for the victims, except for their parents. The victims do not affect the viewer in the same way that the killers do. The viewers can easily be swayed to think that the victims are the bad guys. The movie does not make the viewer think of the victims, but rather the crime. Overall, this movie was good, but not great.

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