Posts Tagged heartrending

Entre Nos

Entre Nos

Thursday, October 28, 2010 2 Comments

Based on the true events of a mother and two kids who, after being abandoned by their father, have to find a way to survive in New York, Entre Nos will take you on a heartrending roller coaster swaddled in delightful acting and dramatically intensifying tones. And though this movie may have been excessively drenched […]

The last Station

The Last Station

Wednesday, July 21, 2010 No Comments

Biopics about love and strife, if done right, are some of the most powerful, heartrending films. The Last Station, the story of the final chapter of Tolstoy’s life, was done very right. His struggles with balancing his materialistically void ideals and his love for his wife, who had an opposing set of standards, grabbed me […]

Everybody's Fine

Everybody’s Fine

Monday, April 26, 2010 No Comments

If you are like me and thought that Everybody’s Fine was going to be a comedy, you were wrong. This story about a relatively old father and his attempt to reconnect with his children makes for an extremely heartrending movie, which gets progressively sadder as the movie develops, but it has some cute and moving […]