IMDb Rating 6.3 10 187


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September 26, 2020



Kate Winslet as Mary Anning
Mia Wasikowska as Elinor Smith
Rainn Wilson as Michael
Susan Sarandon as Fanny Crill
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897.38 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
97 min
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1.8 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
97 min
P/S N/A / N/A

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Reviewed by filkyria 2 / 10 / 10

The only plot in American drama

There's only one plot in American drama films. Someone is terminally ill. Either a parent whose enstranged children come to say goodbye or a teenager whose friends and family struggle to keep up with that fact. In both cases the lack of imagination is unbelievable. There MUST be another story to tell. What happened to this genre??

Reviewed by vagtea-36082 4 / 10 / 10

sweet but sad yet emotional

What a wonderful yet sad movie that pulls at the heart strings about a mother who is dying and chooses not to live her life on a machine and eating from a tube getting her family to come and be with her until her final moments Susan sarandon is just incredible and you really feel for her character as the suffering mother with an incurable disease who chooses to go free but with her family by her side Kate winslet Rainn Wilson Mia Wasikowska were all great and hsow there emotions quite beautifully and through out the 97 minutes you are taken in to the story waiting to see how the ending will be this is the kind of movie that most people might like but for me it's my king of film that kept me wondering and laughing and curious but also smiling thou it might be a sad movie it has it's upsides to make you feel good light hearted and some time surprised but when same neil cries you almost cry with him and Mia Wasikowska as the daughter who has problems you never really know just how bad it was for her until later and how kate winslet is treating her like a child not knowing what really is going on but man this is a flim that will glue you make you cry make you smile and at some points have you laughing

Reviewed by cruzarts-73946 4 / 10 / 10

We've seen this before

Overprivileged White family with bickering siblings and a dying mom: there is little that is new with this. A remake of SENSE & SENSIBILITY can't be far behind. Susan Sarandon brings nothing new, which is expected and still disappointing. Even surrounded by a shockingly top-drawer cast, Sarandon manages to keep this from punching its way out of its genre. As expected, Sam Neill, Kate Winslet and Lindsay Duncan deliver top-flight performances without leaving newer actors in the dust. They are generous co-stars. Glad I saw this once, but I doubt I'll revisit it as I've done with other "fatality of the week" films. The upside: this film addresses the right of a terminally ill person to chart their course with dignity.

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