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Edie is a movie starring Sheila Hancock, Kevin Guthrie, and Paul Brannigan. 83 year old Edie believes that it is never too late - packing an old camping bag, leaving her life behind and embarking on an adventure she never got to...

Simon Hunter
Kevin Guthrie, Amy Manson, Sheila Hancock, Paul Brannigan

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Genres Drama
Director Simon Hunter
Writer Simon Hunter, Edward Lynden-Bell, Elizabeth O'Halloran
Stars Kevin Guthrie, Amy Manson, Sheila Hancock, Paul Brannigan
Country UK
Also Known As Edith, en chemin vers son rêve, Le'Olam lo Me'ukhar, イーディ、83歳 はじめての山登り, Edie - Für Träume ist es nie zu spät
Runtime 1 h 42 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 83 year old Edie believes that it is never too late - packing an old camping bag, leaving her life behind and embarking on an adventure she never got to have - climbing the imposing Mount Suilven in Scotland.

Top reviews

Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 03:07

The only reason I gave this film a 7 out of 10 is that I couldn't believe how many great acting performances there were. All the other acting performances were solid at best. No one could have done a better job with the material they had to work with. I've been a fan of Newhart since the beginning and never got tired of him. While I may disagree with some of his jokes, I can't deny that he did a pretty darn good job. There are certain kinds of jokes that only he knows how to pull off. Now, if you want to see him act, please look for the Superman: The Animated Series episode where The Seagulls interview the police commissioner in the car. You will see some pretty good acting from the young talent in the movie. It really is a shame that The Seagulls took all of the credits in this movie. I think they were scared that they could go up against Steven Wright. They certainly didn't do themselves any favors by getting this deal with Steven. They should have taken more of the credit because I'm sure this is the first time that the Seagulls have ever been involved in a movie. I think they should have taken more credit for the good job they did, but Steven Wright is still the best man to get this deal done. I would never have put my name on this if it weren't for him. I'm sure that if Wright hadn't taken the deal, it would have gone under like the rest of Wright's work. That being said, there are some things that the Seagulls should have taken credit for. Overall, The Seagulls were a great film and they had their chances. I still believe that Steven Wright is the best director and this film was nothing short of genius. I don't know about others but I enjoyed this movie.
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 00:20

Now this is how it should be, how it should be. We could only be so naive when we see the finest movie of the year. The man who won it the year before, Mr. Barry Levinson, is a little-known filmmaker. What else could you expect from him? Of course, the other candidate is the same guy who came up with such wonderful movies as Taxi, Grind, David Brent, and Doc Hollywood. This man has a voice that makes his movies so desirable to watch. No one does it better than Mr. Levinson. It's an amazing gift. There are some movies that can only be seen by the film-makers. In Mr. Levinson's case, he's made his own type of movie, a no-brainer with no easy solution. The film is called Dialecty. In his hands, it feels real. Mr. Levinson has become the king of what will become one of the most celebrated non-Hollywood films of the year. It is a film with no clear moral. But it is an immensely beautiful, brave, and honest film. Dialecty, a documentary film about the lives of fourteen different dialectic people, speaks to the feelings of all of its actors. As a result, the film is a success. Every single one of them has their own personality, their own story to tell, and this is something that cannot be done without someone who knows how to write. The viewer has the opportunity to watch fourteen wonderful individuals struggle with their own voices and tell a story. There are many simple lines that are translated through the words of the actors. They have a wonderful flow, with a single moment of true humanity. Dialecty is truly an excellent movie. It is a study of the seven dialects of French, and more importantly, of the French people. It is no doubt that the people of France have a remarkable quality. I can't imagine any other people speaking in this way, with this honesty and honesty of spirit. The movie is dedicated to all of the actors, and the people who have supported them. All of the actors are wonderful. However, the best is Mr. Levinson, who manages to do so much with a very simple idea. The film is a triumph of sincerity, courage, and beauty. In a sense, Dialecty is a movie about the human condition. It is about one of the most important questions of human life: What is human? This is not the greatest movie of the year, but it is not one of the weakest. I can't recommend it to anyone else, but I can recommend it to anyone who is able to see it. It is a movie for everyone. And for Mr. Levinson, it is an exceptional gift.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 15:44

Last night I went to see "The Gift" starring Joanna Going as Joanna Going, Amanda Peet as Sally Going, and Kevin Corrigan as Bob Going. This movie was a couple years old when I saw it, so it was long overdue. While the first half of this movie is wonderful, I was a little disappointed in the second half. Joanna Going is always a joy to watch, but she seemed a bit flat in this movie. For a woman who has experienced her share of hardships in life, I was quite disappointed by her performance. Amanda Peet, while not bad, didn't seem quite as convincing as she did in "Hannah and Her Sisters." Also, I think Joanna Going is a lot more likable in her older years than she is in this film. Although Joanna Going still looks fantastic, the movie makes it seem like she's too old to play her. Kevin Corrigan is another good actor who I thought did well in the role. However, I would have liked to have seen more from Amanda Peet, who is one of my favorite actors. When I saw the movie in the theater, she was the one I wanted to see. She was gorgeous, but her role seemed to drag a bit. While the story is not as deep as "The Gift," I thought this movie was still a good movie. The supporting cast, which included Gene Hackman, Jennifer Coolidge, and Neil Patrick Harris, was a good group of actors. This movie has a good plot, and there are some good characters in it. If you are going to see this movie, be sure to go with someone you like, because it's not really that good.
Monday, 18 May 2020 00:07

One of the many cultural anomalies of the age was a musical version of "Me, Myself & Irene" starring its "core star" in her mid-20s. For example, "Cliffhanger", which was remade as "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" and "Mulholland Drive", were also remade as a musical, both of which succeeded. However, "Dixie", which was also remade as "Jumanji" and "Dangerous Minds", was a failure, a guilty pleasure that just didn't fit the comic book. There are some dark comedy elements in it, but it's never as funny as the original. The plot is somewhat simple, but it's one of the best used and original plot lines in any adaptation of the story. The original is simple, but has a lot of value, a really good storyline that has a lot of potential to be used. "Dixie" is a film that uses the original comic book to its advantage, but it fails to give it the original story and character it deserves. The films only save value comes from Jodie Foster's performance. I do feel like this is the worst Jodie Foster performance, that I've ever seen. The film was completely over acted and the very worst I've ever seen of her. I've never felt so embarrassed for a leading actress, I think she should be ashamed for putting up with this performance. There are moments in the film that are quite funny, but its not enough to carry the film. It lacks the comedy value and is only there for entertainment value. It's not a good film, but it's not a bad film. I really liked it, it was a bit of a guilty pleasure, but its good to see one of the better performances from Jodie Foster. It's not the worst performance I've ever seen, but she's still the worst. It's not as bad as "Bicentennial Man", but it's not as good as "Predator 2". "Dixie" is still an enjoyable film that is at least entertaining.
Monday, 20 Apr 2020 03:48

I thought this movie was absolutely amazing. I can't remember the last time I watched a movie this well made and acted. The most outstanding thing is that this was the first ever movie of her life, as well as her brother. The character of the character of Miss Jada is perfect. I also really liked the relationship between her and her brother. I especially loved the music in the movie. There are several times in the movie when you just go to open your ears, it really helps make you feel the scene. The second thing that really helped me was the background score and the choice of music for the scenes. The first time I watched the movie, I thought that it was kind of weird. And now, I like it. One thing that I was really disappointed about was the lack of music in the movie. I mean, how are you supposed to really feel when you're watching a movie with a lack of music? That is not to say that there aren't good songs in this movie. I think there are three to four songs that were good, but I didn't get to enjoy the most. The last thing that really surprised me was how well the story went with the acting. I am surprised that she played this part so well. Even though she did an amazing job, I think the actress who played her brother was the best. I really enjoyed the way they went into the scene and didn't lose it. There were times where I was not sure what the movie was about, but they managed to show it. I really liked the feeling of the movie, it was extremely well done. This is my favorite movie of her life, I give it a 10 out of 10.

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