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Trust Fund is a movie starring Jessica Rothe, Willie Garson, and Matthew Alan. Reese Donahue leads a seemingly ideal life, with a bright future ahead of her. But when she discovers the truth, that her mother left enough money for...

Genres
Drama
Director
Sandra L. Martin
Starring
Matthew Alan, Jessica Rothe, Willie Garson, Ana Ortiz

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Sandra L. Martin
Writer Sandra L. Martin
Stars Matthew Alan, Jessica Rothe, Willie Garson, Ana Ortiz
Country USA
Also Known As Prodigal Girl
Runtime 1 h 47 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 Reese Donahue leads a seemingly ideal life, with a bright future ahead of her. But when she discovers the truth, that her mother left enough money for her to choose her own path, she's faced with a dilemma.

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Friday, 17 Jul 2020 21:18

In his solo debut, Pierce Brosnan plays Sir Robert McCrum, a New York City lawyer whose life is in danger of becoming a wreck if he doesn't pay back the unsecured loans taken out of his business by his older brother's mobsters. Now, after a young woman has been murdered and his young son kidnapped, he must decide whether to take the money from the mobsters or to save his son, and whether to sacrifice himself to save his son or to live with the pain and misery of losing his son forever. Some of the scenes in the movie are actually quite powerful, especially when Brosnan's character takes the money from the mobsters and delivers it to a small, helpless child, who is secretly watching the scene in the audience and who might actually be listening to the angry mobsters speaking to each other in the background, without even knowing who is doing it. It's a great scene because it's not obvious who's the target of the mobsters' wrath. It's the little boy who does not know whether it's his father or his son, and so the boy's innocence is shocked by the violence in the scene. I can't remember the last time that a child had been so affected by a scene in a movie. This is not your average "kidnapped by the mob" movie, though. Brosnan is a villain in this movie, but not the villain we all might think. When he is supposed to be the villain, the real villain is probably the little boy, but the other characters are more of an anti-heroes, with the exception of the middle-aged accountant, who is portrayed as a cop-out, who sees no point in pursuing the case against his client. The real villain is Brosnan himself. I think the way Brosnan played the character is perfectly done. He tries to come across as a pompous, almost villainous, man who is obviously out of his depth in the way he thinks about justice. But it's not until later in the film, when he learns that his brother is being held in the Russian Mafia, that he realizes how much he truly is out of his depth. The film is a little slow in the beginning, but I think that it's a bit long for a middle-of-the-road thriller. It has some good action sequences, but the scenes involving the child's abduction are a bit too long, which makes it seem too long. Even so, I think the movie does get better as it goes on. It's quite suspenseful, but at the same time, there are some scenes that I really like. For example, when the mobsters see that a woman has been kidnapped, but they cannot locate the guy who has stolen the money from their bank, they attempt to
Monday, 13 Jul 2020 17:18

I went into this film with no idea of what to expect. The trailers, which I normally love, didn't do this film much justice, and I'm not one to judge a movie based on what I see and read before watching it. I thought it would be a light hearted, simple, easy to watch, and feel good type of movie. I was completely wrong. This movie was very dark, intense, and a great example of what is wrong with Hollywood nowadays. You have to put your brain on hold to watch this film, and that is an incredible burden to have to do. This movie was actually quite funny at times, it was definitely a heavy subject matter, but not in a silly way. It was like "Leave your brain at home" instead of "Let your brain be at home" It was very dark, very serious, and it was all the wrong things in the wrong order. It wasn't meant to be a laugh out loud type of movie, and I'm glad I was able to see this because it was a great example of how Hollywood can ruin a good movie. Movies like this are like S&M to me, I could sit and watch this for hours, but when I go to watch the movie I don't want to do anything except sit there and watch this movie. It was hard to sit through the movie at times, it was really not good at all. The only thing that was really good about this movie was the casting of Cameron Diaz, she was very good in the movie. I also liked when she first got to speak with a different accent, which was good for a change, it was definitely different for her, and I thought it was very good. The only other thing I enjoyed was when Dylan Baker was speaking, it was definitely something different for him, but it was definitely different for me, I'm not a fan of his, I thought he was a bit annoying, and I definitely could have been happier seeing him die in this movie. However, what I liked most about this movie was how realistic it was. We got to see how a college student with no money could live on what they had, and how the homeless or homeless people could live on what they had. This movie was a great example of how this could happen in a place like this, I'm not sure what is going to happen next in this film, but I know I'm going to be watching it again and again. I'm glad I saw this movie, I was hoping it was going to be a great movie, but it wasn't. I would only recommend this movie to people who are in the mood for a movie that's really different from the norm, that's like S&M to me, I'm not going to sit there and watch a
Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 18:57

I liked this movie. I liked how the story was told. It was a very accurate portrayal of the life of a small town doctor. The focus was on the town doctor. The middle aged woman, however, was so annoying that I nearly gave up the movie. I also found it very difficult to believe that such a good doctor would go through such a drastic change in her life. She was apparently blind in the beginning, but then she was able to see and complete a degree in nursing. I also felt like it was hard to believe that she would get a job as a doctor. I do believe that she was just very poor and that her job would have been in some other area. Also, she never told her husband about her situation. It seemed very strange that she would tell a doctor about her situation, especially after she was blind. I also liked the fact that it was very emotional when she got the letter from the bank telling her she could not leave her home. I thought the acting was very good. I really did feel for the main character and I felt that she had to endure such a harsh life as she lived it. I felt that the "perfect" mother who always is a happy person and never cries, could not be her. I felt that the actors did a good job, as did the writer and director. I also think the director could have done a better job of getting the audience to connect with the main character. I felt that I needed to see her struggle to become a better person, to understand what makes her so good. I also think that the family relationship was not believable. I thought that the family should have been broken up for her sake, and her family was not the best place for her. I think that this movie did a good job of showing the life of a small town doctor.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 21:24

I love romantic films. I love movies about romantic relationships. I love a good story. A good plot. A good plot is a film that makes you think, or makes you feel something. It has to do with emotions, and I think this film does both. I have never seen a film that made me feel so connected to its characters. I don't know why, but I have never seen a movie where I felt that strongly about its characters. I have always known that I wanted to see this movie, but I always knew that I wouldn't. But it kept nagging at me. I finally bought it on DVD. And it was worth the wait. The script was good. The acting was great. The director and screenwriter gave us everything that they could. The story is about a woman named Lena (Michelle Williams), a single mother who has to support her young daughter Lydia (Ginnifer Goodwin). Lena's best friend, Cassandra (Kate Mara), is a mother of her daughter Cattie (Kaya Scodelario), and she also has a relationship with a very religious father named Rose (Jim O'Heir), who is trying to reconcile his marriage to a high profile woman. The father comes to a decision that no one else would have made. He decides to take Cattie with him to live with him in Mexico. He feels that she is more important to him than Lydia, and he doesn't see why Lydia would want to leave the family when she has already lost her mother, and she has feelings for a man who has committed to her. So it is only natural that Cattie, who is now older than Lydia, feels more for her mother, and wishes to stay with her. The father's decision results in all kinds of consequences, and Cattie's relationship with her father and Lydia are strained. The story is full of complexities. It is a touching story. It is about love, and life, and a relationship. But it is also about hope. It is about a mother who has to find her way, and be herself. It is about life, and a family. I know that I will love this movie. I will go back to it again and again. But it is not for everyone. I know that I will see it a few more times. I give this film a seven out of ten.


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