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Weightless is a movie starring Marc Menchaca, Julianne Nicholson, and Johnny Knoxville. Joel (Alessandro Nivola) lives a solitary existence, rarely straying from his narrow routines of working in a landfill and going through the...

Jaron Albertin
Alessandro Nivola, Marc Menchaca, Julianne Nicholson, Johnny Knoxville

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Genres Drama
Director Jaron Albertin
Writer Enda Walsh, Charlotte Colbert, Jaron Albertin
Stars Alessandro Nivola, Marc Menchaca, Julianne Nicholson, Johnny Knoxville
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 33 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Joel (Alessandro Nivola) lives a solitary existence, rarely straying from his narrow routines of working in a landfill and going through the motions of getting through the day. He faces emotional and psychological upheaval with the arrival of Will, his ten-year-old son whom he has never met. The boy, who has been abandoned by his mother, weighs 250 pounds, is diabetic, and needs serious care -- attention Joel may not be capable of giving. Their collective pain, in the face of an indifferent world, could be crushing. Together, they embark on a journey of survival.

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Saturday, 03 Oct 2020 07:08

Saw this film today, and to tell you the truth, I think I was in tears at the end. I think I was so moved by the central characters that I cannot really write a review. It really touched me in a special way. A couple of people who saw the film at the venue I was in commented that it was a tear-jerker, but I don't think it was. I think it was a simple, but moving story about what love really is. When I found out about the film, I was very skeptical about going. I was not very interested in any of the characters except one, and I wasn't sure whether I would like this film. However, after I saw it, I left the theater with tears in my eyes. This is the story of two friends who are emotionally apart from one another, but they work together on one thing: to escape from a relationship they are not in love with. They go on a road trip, and do a lot of cross country driving, just to escape the responsibility of their current relationship. But as they drive, they discover a part of themselves that they cannot live without, and something that gives them a reason to stay together. I have to say, the story is a little simplistic, and it is one that most people would not be able to follow, but that doesn't make it any less profound. The acting is superb. Julianne Hough, Anna Massey, and Ellen Langer are all fantastic in their roles. Julianne Hough as Maggie, a woman who has found a certain inner strength after being dumped by her husband, and Anna Massey as Karen, a woman who has been divorced for so long she doesn't even remember her ex-husband's name, is absolutely brilliant. The driving scenes in the film are just breathtaking. It is easy to see how this film will move the viewer. For a film about a woman and her relationship, I think it is a very deep and beautiful film. This is one of those films that I would recommend for anyone who has ever been in love, or anyone who has ever been in a relationship. It is a beautiful film that will move you to tears. Just remember, it is just a movie, and it is not supposed to be a romantic movie. I don't think this film will be rated more highly, because it is a typical movie that will appeal to the kind of person that this movie targets. It is a good movie, but
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 20:03

A very effective, extremely intense and successful independent film about a young woman's first visit to the police and the reaction she has to the decision she makes. Jennifer Lawrence is superb as a character who begins to recognize her own situation as being a good thing and learns that the authorities have her family to think of as their responsibility. The story is surprisingly long, taking about four or five minutes to go from scene to scene, the emphasis being on her first meeting with the police, where she expresses that she has no intention of getting involved. However, when she finds out that her mother is pregnant, she decides to take it upon herself to protect her. Her mother, who has the power to do anything, and will even decide to have an abortion, tries to get Lawrence to go along with the idea that she should work as a prostitute. This of course, leads to a conflict in which Lawrence is confronted by her mother with her decisions and experiences, and decides to use her daughter's mother as a form of support. This film is all about the character of Lawrence's mother, and how she and Lawrence deal with a situation in which they are both equally important. This is especially important because her mother's decisions lead to the decision by her daughter to have an abortion. There are several things that make this film great. One is that it is such a story that is completely believable. It is not far-fetched and the movie is very successful at telling the story in a very effective manner. The other is the casting of Lawrence. She is very good in this movie, and her performance is particularly good because she does not say a lot. In fact, this is the only thing she does, and she is very good at playing a character who doesn't say much. She is the character that is well acted, and her performance is the best thing about this movie. The other is the writing. The script is very good, and the development of the story is very convincing. There is a lot of language and a lot of things that are not necessary to the story, but they are there because they are important. The characters are very well developed and the development of the story is very impressive. Finally, the directing is very good. The story is very well told. It is an interesting and convincing story, and the directing is great. I think that this is the best film I have seen this year. It is a very good movie and it deserves to be seen. My rating is 7/10

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