GREAT MOVIE

By cher1947
Written April 27, 2013
THE MOVIE WAS GREAT AND BEING A RESIDENT OF SCHENECTADY NY IT WAS WONDERFUL TO SEE ALL THE LOCAL SCENES. THE STORYLINE AND ACTORS WERE FANTISTIC.
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Gripping...A REAL FILM....No Fluff or TV Garbage Here...Totally Ticket Worthy

By Alon Patterson
Written April 12, 2013
Wow! After seeing 64 films on screen so far in 2013, FINALLY, a good one debuts. Frankly, the pabulum being slung across US malls and stadiums since January 1 was becoming nauseating to this audience member. Suddenly and at last, a story-driven, wholly immersive, edge of your seat, intensely engaging dramatic thriller! A-list cast, solid screenplay, near perfect execution-talent and technical. This one grabs you and doesn't let go until it fades to black. See it. You won't be disappointed. They just don't come much better than this.
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Beyond the Pines

By parrotjoe
Written April 26, 2013
This movie sucked. Don't waste your money. It had potential but never really developed into one decent story. I won't even bother to see it for free on TV. It will be on Netflix soon, that's how bad it was.
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Long, slow, believable, painful

By mbergmann
Written May 06, 2013
One of the saddest movies I have ever seen as it depicts generations of harm the characters do to each other without anyone, for one second, having any evil intent. There is little nobility, either, and a lot of the characters are willing to do things they know are not right in order to get some momentary advantage, but their moral compasses, intelligence and ingenuity are not up to the task of guiding them through the terrible situation they find themselves in. And that situation is life, neither at its best nor worst, in Schenectady, New York.
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Two movies in one...Dark... Pines

By soakedinoregon
Written April 20, 2013
I was disappointed in the ending. Just dark. The kids in this movie show the exact reason why there are so many issues with kids today. The corruption is probably very true to real life. No happiness in this movie ever.
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