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Second Act is a movie starring Jennifer Lopez, Vanessa Hudgens, and Leah Remini. A big box store worker reinvents her life and her life-story and shows Madison Avenue what street smarts can do.

Drama, Romance, Comedy
Peter Segal
Leah Remini, Jennifer Lopez, Vanessa Hudgens, Treat Williams

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Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Peter Segal
Writer Justin Zackham, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas
Stars Leah Remini, Jennifer Lopez, Vanessa Hudgens, Treat Williams
Country USA
Also Known As Drugi čin, Μια Δεύτερη Ευκαιρία, Jefa por accidente, Teraz albo nigdy, Bỗng Dưng Làm Sếp, Uma Nova Chance, Otrā iespēja, Deuxième acte, Zdaj ali nikoli, 她的成功日記, Manhattan Queen, セカンド・アクト, Segundo Ato, Antrasis šansas, Sibouv Shenny, Seconde chance, Ricomincio da me, Álommeló, Hayatım Yalan
Runtime 1 h 43 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 A big box store worker reinvents her life and her life-story and shows Madison Avenue what street smarts can do.

Top reviews

Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 22:35

Everyone does well in this film, even though the film is set in the twilight zone. The film revolves around the funeral of John Bitterman (Jack Nicholson) a high school star pitcher who died of a brain tumor that occurred when he was a teenager. His wife and father (Marlon Brando) never accept his wife's denial of the father's affair. They are never strong enough to accept the idea of him living with his family and playing in a professional league. The grief of his wife and family are well portrayed. They never accept his wife's acceptance of his son as a co-star for a sports talk show and an appearance at a talent contest. They also try to fit the divorced father and son into the mother's household. What's interesting about the film is that it is a scene where Jack Nicholson and Marlon Brando appear as young men. Brando's father is not a well mannered man. He is a firm but is also very good at other things. Brando is a bad tempered father who drinks too much and smokes pot. He wants his son to be good for a living but has no idea how to get it. The point of the film is that there is a connection between the father and son, and that is how they grow. One way to make sure your child gets all of the best things in life is to make sure you have a good relationship with them. What is so great about this film is that is not just about the boy who died of a brain tumor, but also about the struggle that they have to make sure that this baby will live. It is a great film that teaches a lesson of acceptance. We are all different in our personality and our life experiences. We have to accept what is best for us, and not always agree with what others say.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 21:10

Even with an extremely low budget and various excuses to tell the same story many times over (all of which are too numerous to mention), this film comes out as one of the best film experiences I have ever had. The cast is great. I have never been a huge Hanks fan, but I have to say that he was superb here. I am not a sports fan, but I could definitely see why this film is really about baseball. It's about the game. It's about the struggle and sacrifices of not only the players, but of the fans as well. What's more, it's about the love/hate relationship between everyone and their fear of losing what they love to the sport. It's a great story that involves a lot of inner thoughts about love and trust and teamwork. The performances are great. Hanks has never been my favorite actor. In this film, though, he is also superb. I could see him as a one-dimensional character as he does in 'The Odd Couple' and then the role was expanded for 'All the President's Men', but here he is just fine. Kate Winslet is excellent. She has a very strong presence in the film and also gives a really strong performance. She truly does hold her own as a strong independent character. Her scenes with Hanks work very well, as do other performances. Every performance is spot-on and works very well. At first I was somewhat disappointed with the film's pacing, but the ending of the film is actually very moving and believable. The director has made a very heartfelt film, which I think is an understatement. The performances are very strong and most of the actors are able to stand up and do what they have to do with dignity. It's a film that is made with a lot of heart and I'm proud to be part of a group that makes films like this. In the end, 'The Book of Henry' is not a particularly good movie, but it is certainly a very good film.
Friday, 15 May 2020 08:28

I have been wanting to see this movie for a long time. I was originally drawn to see it because I was a big fan of David Duchovny, which I am. The trouble with the movie is that I don't feel that Duchovny is the ideal Sherlock Holmes. He's not funny, not sarcastic, not impulsive. He's calm and straight-laced. What makes him so great is that he can transform himself into something more, something that he can't quite match, but he can never really be the same as he was. But in the movie, he is. When it was made, I thought that Holmes was one of those famous yet flawed characters, like in the movies "The Alamo", "Rear Window", or "The Sting". But in the movie, I was far from believing that he was the very person he was supposed to be. That is, I thought that this person was just not able to transform himself, or rather, make his turn. But what I discovered is that I was wrong. In fact, I was very wrong, but at the same time, I was very right. He did. He changed. It was all around him, in all aspects, for that character, he changed. No matter if it was his wife, his soulmate, or his office lady. So many times, he was hurt, and it was not good. And he was hurt, not because of his errors, but because of what he did to those who didn't deserve it. He was hurt, because of how he was, and how he got hurt. That is how he was. In the end, he was not perfect, but he was the Sherlock Holmes that was meant to be. He was also perfect. It was not his fault, and he didn't need to be perfect, but he was perfect because of what he was. The fact that he didn't take the credit he was owed, he had earned by himself, and he did it anyway, was not his fault, because he was able to give himself completely and totally to the role, and not due to any fault of anyone, and that he did it regardless of anyone's opinion. That was the truth of it, and that was all that mattered. In the end, you still believed in his character, and all that he did. That is what the movie wanted to say. That Holmes was the Sherlock Holmes that was meant to be, that he was not afraid of anything, and that he never made mistakes, that he never betrayed anyone, and that he never acted on the emotions that he was supposed to, and that was what he was. His transformation, and the way he turned, was not to hide his faults, or to hide his weakness, and that is why he was perfect. His transformation was the transformation of an individual to a character, that is, an individual who is able to change for the better, and
Friday, 08 May 2020 13:34

Beware - spoilers ahead! - This is one of the best movies I have seen this year. The plot, if you can get past that, is an adapted tale of a gay-romantic, not to mention two-fisted, battle of wits between (understatement of the year) John Leguizamo and Josh Hartnett (which plays its role as best it can, considering it's written in first-person.) The first 45 minutes are rather dull and slow and the first 50 minutes are rather boring, but the first 50 minutes are good. While the first 50 minutes is boring and drags, the second half (2/3 of the movie) comes along and it's really worth the wait. I'm glad that the movie isn't filled with extreme sex scenes like some are trying to cram into it, but even still, we're kept in the dark about Leguizamo and Hartnett's sexual preferences. No, we don't learn what they're into, but we can at least have fun with it. This movie is more about their interaction. The action, especially the first half, is brilliant, if rather ridiculous. It's all so over the top and over the top in terms of writing, but this is a romance and a gay romance. It's all rather predictable, but very entertaining. Unfortunately the movie runs a little long at times, but it's funny, I'm sure you'll find yourself on the edge of your seat. This is a perfect movie to watch with your significant other or your friend. I can honestly say that I don't really like gay romances or movies that have gay themes. This one isn't made for me, but I'm sure I'll find something else to enjoy about it. I also have to say that I'm a little confused as to the reasoning for the ending, because it seemed like something that might have been included in the script. Hopefully, they'll make more films about gay men and the more complicated love stories they have to go through. Thank you for reading this review and I hope you enjoy.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 13:19

This is the first time I've watched a Woody Allen film and the first one that I'm NOT critical about. I really enjoyed this movie, and I'm not complaining. It's definitely not his best, but he's never been my favorite, so I'm a little more forgiving than most. The plot is simple. Three friends, one an actor and one a singer, move into the same house and through the course of the film, the actors' careers start to intertwine. I really enjoyed the scenery. The house is beautiful, the natural light is perfect, and the setting makes the movie all the more enjoyable. The first film that I watched with Woody Allen was "Where The Old Days Were" in which he was the narrator. I loved that movie, and I still enjoy it a lot. I thought that this movie was similar to that movie, but with a different twist. I thought that the plot was better. I think that the main problem that I had with the first movie was that it was too quiet. The actors' careers were very quiet, and the story was too quiet. So, instead of having the same story at the beginning and end, I thought that I wanted to see what was happening in the background of the story. But, I felt that the movie did fine with the background story. I didn't really care about the main plot. I liked the music, so I enjoyed that aspect. It's a movie with a lot of music. I loved the music in the movie, and I thought it was done well. I thought that the plot was done well too, but I didn't enjoy the story. I thought that I would be more of a fan of Woody Allen's movies if I liked all of his movies. Overall, I liked this movie. It was a good movie, but not his best. The acting was good, and the story was good. I recommend that people go see this movie. I thought that I would be a Woody Allen fan, but I really liked this movie. 8/10.

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