Written April 30, 2016
Thought it to be a good movie. Good information about fracking. I could not figure why they
would cast Francis McDormand as Sue. She was very blah as this character. I thought Matt Damon lived up to his character.
Nice afternoon. Nothing amazing though.
Written February 08, 2016
It's a "cute" treatment of a serious issue, but a superficial treatment. Pretty slow moving for the theater, but could be okay to watch at home. Wait to see it on Netflix or OnDemand and save a few $.
Written January 27, 2013
This is a sweet and sensitive film about a very important topic. Great cast and a very special performance by Hal Holbrook. So nice to an intelligent, beautiful film that doesn't need violence or special effects to keep your attention!
Written September 22, 2013
All you need to know is that Abu Dhabi paid for this propaganda, Damon is a scummy mouthpiece for corporate Arabia. I prefer to see my $ go to hard working Americans trying to support their families but idiot traitor Damon wants to see it get funneled to Al Quaida so they can murder us which I guess he believes we deserve.
I didn't see the movie but I think the only roles that come naturally to Damon are the homosexual ones that he seems to gravitate to.
Written February 07, 2016
I liked this movie becasue it is a gentle movie- no violence, no gore, no sex so okay for kids but there is some minimal launguage if I remember correctly. Acting is great. Story is okay. I thought it was interesting. Not a movie that you will walk out of thinking "this has changed my life." But for entertainment it was interesting, intelligent and easy on the eyes. Not a hard core anti-fracking movie either - just enough to make you think.