Give Me Liberty



IMDb Rating 7 10 624


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by reidandgenene 2 / 10 / 10

A Day in the Life of....

Looking at all of the positive reviews, I feel mean to dislike this movie. It is about different kinds of people helping different kinds of people, and that's nice. But that alone does not a good movie make. It's the sort of movie where you have a song every once in a while, by Russian senior citizens, or a disabled guy, or some young black men, or an aspiring opera singer. It feels very unscripted, with a lot of repetition of dialog by non-professional actors. The movie was reasonably cohesive through the road trip, but then the movie goes on and on and on. Watch these people open a jar of sauerkraut for several minutes. Watch these guys move a couch for several minutes. And so on. On the very positive side, Lauren Spencer as the young woman was excellent.

Reviewed by TheTopDawgCritic 7 / 10 / 10

And the award for...

...the most fake reviews goes to: Give Me Liberty Of the current 23 reviews, 21 are new accounts with 1 or 2 smh. It's pretty sad the producers didn't even have faith in their own film to resort to these phony tactics. How is this film anything close to 9's and 10's? It's not. The acting was stale, and the humor as cheesy and dry as it gets, that it was as depressing as the story. Cinematography was ok, but the editing, directing and writing was very amateurish with a story that really went no where except for a boring drive in an over-sized van. Sound was also off. The 110 min run-time felt like an eternity of boredom. Don't get fooled by the fake reviews like I did, this film is a generous 3/10 from me, only for the few touching moments.

Reviewed by FrenchEddieFelson 7 / 10 / 10

At your service!

Vic is of Russian origin and a medical transport driver in Milwaukee. A tiny problem: he is excessively adorable! He wants to please everyone and he is desperately unable to say 'no' even when it's the only correct answer. So, as riots erupt in the city, his day will quickly become nightmarish. The actors Lauren 'Lolo' Spencer (Tracy), Chris Galust (Vic) and Maxim Stoyanov (Dima) are unknown (from me at least) but excellent. The director Kirill Mikhanovsky shows a deeply moving humanism with regard to these outcasts. An excellent Russian-American surprise!

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