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Ver So B. It

So B. It is a movie starring Talitha Eliana Bateman, Alfre Woodard, and John Heard. A young girl named Heidi, who lives with her mentally disabled mother, travels across the country to find out about her and her mother's past.

Genres
Drama
Director
Stephen Gyllenhaal
Starring
John Heard, Jessica Collins, Alfre Woodard, Talitha Eliana Bateman

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Stephen Gyllenhaal
Writer Sarah Weeks, Garry Williams
Stars John Heard, Jessica Collins, Alfre Woodard, Talitha Eliana Bateman
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 38 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 young girl named Heidi, who lives with her mentally disabled mother, travels across the country to find out about her and her mother's past.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 20 May 2020 13:17

I recently watched "B" and was intrigued by the opening sequence. An old man's head on a wall, his corpse sitting atop a car, with no sound effects and a narration about the man. An old man that the viewer knows, and knows the significance of. I was quite surprised at how real this opening was, and how creepy it felt. When we first see the corpses in the car, the lack of dialogue and the lack of interaction, you can't help but feel the old man's presence. You know that he's not happy with what's happening, and when the story shifts to the dead man, you're treated to more of the same, which only heightens your discomfort. We all know how we feel after someone we love dies, and "B" is no different. The story is told by the people who were there, and when we see the old man, he's shown in a creepy way. He's an unsettling figure, and the fact that he's dead, and the dead are no longer with us, is also a reminder of the dangers that comes with death. The story then shifts to the other side of the story, which is all told in flashback, and as we're introduced to the other people, it's very clear that this is their story, and that the story is told by them, not the audience. A very effective method of telling a story, that isn't showing us a story. You can tell that the director was very skilled in this, and that he knows how to tell a story well. The acting is very good, especially from its leads. Some of the dialogue is cheesy and uncomfortable, and the story feels rushed, but it still works, and you can't help but feel the tension. Overall, I'm not a big fan of the movie, and was slightly disappointed by it, but I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants a scary movie that doesn't rely on special effects or action. It's a movie that should have been seen at a theater. I would definitely see it again, and if I was to recommend it to someone else, I would recommend that they not watch it in a movie theater, but instead sit down and see it on a DVD, and sit with a good book to read. If you don't like movies with special effects or action, you won't like this movie, but if you like to be scared, you will like this movie.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 23:39

Let me start by saying that I am a little late to the party when it comes to the art of film criticism. I am not saying that films like "The Silence of the Lambs" and "Dances with Wolves" are the greatest films of all time, but I think they are very worthy of the award that they have been receiving. But it's "The Shawshank Redemption" that really holds this film in a special place. Now I've only ever seen the film once, and it's not for the reasons that you probably think, but I've seen it a few times since, and it's gotten to me. I saw this movie at a drive-in theater when I was 11 years old, and the only thing I remember from that day was the way that the scenery filled up with the colors and smells of the desert. This is the way that I remember that scene, and I think that is why the film has stuck with me so long. The first time that I saw it was when I was around 9 or 10, and I still think about it all the time. That first viewing and the fact that it had the power to affect my life made me realize what a great film that it was. But I never got around to watching it again, and it's only now that I have seen it on DVD, that I have decided to re-watch it. So here I am, sitting here in the comments section writing a new review of this film. "The Shawshank Redemption" is a very long film, but it is also a very short film. The film runs a little over 90 minutes, but I would have preferred a little more time spent on the story, because the film does drag at times. But what "The Shawshank Redemption" really does is to make you care about the characters, and they do a good job at it. As a whole the film is a masterpiece, but it is so damn good that it makes you really care about the people that the main characters are. The thing that I like about the film the most is that I think that it takes the message that this film is really about and gives it a larger picture. In order for the film to have the impact that it does, you really need to know something about the history of the prison, and that is what the film does, but it does it in a way that makes it more profound. The other thing that I really liked about the film is that it has a very interesting sense of humor that goes from the prison to the outside world. This humor is very subtle, but it is very effective, and the way that the film is shot makes the sense of humor even more obvious. "The Shawshank Redemption" is a very good film, but it is not a masterpiece. But it is still a great film and it does have a special place in my heart.


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