The story revolves around Robert Miller, a billionaire who faces crisis in his financial and personal life as he turns sixty. Robert Miller the only one who gets to make—and break—the rules. And the movie uses that premise to present to us a series of valuable lessons.
Directed by Nicholas Jarecki
Richard Gere was simply Awesome. He is best in his role.Richard Gere does the perfectly cut Italian man of a billionaire magnate who suddenly finds himself caught in some issues he cannot buy his way out.It always shows that success will always comes with cost of relationships. Though Robert tells his family he’s finally learned what matters most in life: his relationships with them.His wife and daughter knows that there is sincerity issue in his approach. This also shows the relationship between daughter and father. Movie is always moving and it visually good to watch.
An altar boy is accused of murdering a priest, and the truth is buried several layers deep.Now the cynical, opportunistic attorney is faced with a daunting prospect, a client who may actually deserve his best defines.
The most underrated movie ever. This is absolute thriller of movie.I caught the ending twist too,when I first saw it I’m prepared for any any new twist now. THe acting of Edward Harrison was outstanding. There are lot of movies dubbed from this but I still consider this best. I should say a must watch.
Directed by Gregory Hoblit
One Day” is a film based on the David Nicholls best-seller about a boy and girl who graduate from the University of Edinburgh on July 15, 1988, and spend the night together. The story follows them by dropping in on July 15th of their lives for year after year, which is a useful device,
It is just an OK Movie. I watched again thinking that I have not watched before. This is not that great of a movie. There are no coincidence in the ending. The whole movie literally builds up to that one moment and it’s all happy, sunshines & rainbows. You have to make everyone cry their eyes out and crawl into a ball of frustration and emotions!
Both Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess mesh so well together in the film that you almost kind of believe that they’re a real couple. The story itself is quite relatable too because let’s face it, love takes time and patience for it to finally grow