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Chappaquiddick is a movie starring Jason Clarke, Kate Mara, and Ed Helms. Depicting Ted Kennedy's involvement in the fatal 1969 car accident that claims the life of a young campaign strategist, Mary Jo Kopechne.

Thriller, Drama, History
John Curran
Bruce Dern, Kate Mara, Jason Clarke, Ed Helms

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Genres Thriller, Drama, History
Director John Curran
Writer Taylor Allen, Andrew Logan
Stars Bruce Dern, Kate Mara, Jason Clarke, Ed Helms
Country Sweden, USA
Also Known As The last Son, Das Alibi - Spiel der Macht, O Legado Kennedy, The Senator, Η ενοχή του Κένεντι, Son Kennedy, O Segredo dos Kennedy, Lo scandalo Kennedy, Le secret des Kennedy, The Last Kennedy, El escándalo Ted Kennedy, The Last Son
Runtime 1 h 46 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 The scandal and mysterious events surrounding the tragic drowning of a young woman, as Ted Kennedy drove his car off the infamous bridge, are revealed in the new movie starring Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy and Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne. Not only did this event take the life of an aspiring political strategist and Kennedy insider, but it ultimately changed the course of presidential history forever. Through true accounts, documented in the inquest from the investigation in 1969, director John Curran and writers Andrew Logan and Taylor Allen, intimately expose the broad reach of political power, the influence of America's most celebrated family; and the vulnerability of Ted Kennedy, the youngest son, in the shadow of his family legacy.

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Friday, 23 Oct 2020 17:29

The movie is set on the heels of the historic events of 1798. A set of tensions and tensions of British officers and the Continental Congress, played by the likes of Liam Neeson, Stephen Fry and others, created an atmosphere of chaos, mutual suspicion, distrust, and tension that led to an outbreak of hysteria, fueled by the allure of the insane and death. Director Mike Nichols brings his signature style of the Broadway, off-Broadway, and independent film industry to bring us a dark and unforgiving tale of terror. The movie introduces us to the insane Commander in Chief, Sir Thomas Armitage. He is a white-trash world war II poet and carpenter. Armitage and his brother, Captain Private George Armitage (played by Stephen Fry) have been involved in a series of deaths and one-on-one confrontations. This is the story of Sir Thomas Armitage. His obsession with America leads him to abandon his family and friends and attend the Continental Congress as a delegate. He is disturbed by the deaths of his brother and mother, a circumstance which he blames on the depression. Armitage becomes obsessed with the excitement of Washington. He becomes entranced with the political scene. He begins to be involved with the events leading to the war. The idea of a man descending into madness is a very difficult concept to achieve, yet, Nicholas Meyer presents Armitage with a plot and his madness as a vehicle to reveal his innermost thoughts. At first, he seems to be a convincing madman. After a prolonged and disturbing confrontation between Armitage and Major George Braddock (played by Julianne Moore), Armitage commits suicide, ending his life. Moore then finds herself sent to Washington to interview the friend who introduced Armitage to her. She meets John Quincy Adams (played by Sean Penn), a British officer who witnessed the events of Armitage's mental breakdown. Adams finds out about the consequences of his participation in the war and his actions. He quickly distances himself from Armitage. Adams decides to stop attending the Continental Congress and goes his own way. Adams becomes a strong advocate of the cause of the American nation. The second interesting aspect of this movie is the tension between the British and Continental Governments. The movie portrays the British Government as a pariah and a fear of the British people. This fear of the British is fueled by the General's and Queen's decision to have a press conference following the Boston Massacre. After the press conference, the General and Queen decide to have a private meeting with the American Congressman, John Quincy Adams. The meeting causes a lot of tension between the two parties. Adams does not seem to know what to say in his private meeting with the General. When the General sends a letter to him saying that he needs a private meeting with Adams to discuss
Thursday, 24 Sep 2020 22:25

Much has been written about "The Departed." Here, I offer my own take on the main characters, Nick and Jack. Nick is very interesting as a laid-back young man who learns a very unusual skill - an ability to manipulate other people's perceptions. In addition to his personal passions, his ability to manipulate is just as important to him as his partner and his father, played by the young David Carradine. Jack is a spoiled brat who loves to play pranks on people and tries to get the girl. But at the same time, he's very observant and knows the others more than he knows himself. It's all of these qualities that make him an interesting and interesting character. Despite the issues and missteps in the movie, Carradine manages to create a likable character that you care for and a role model that you want to emulate. Carradine's performance is amazing. I had no idea how good an actor he was, and he certainly deserved the Oscar for this. Michelle Williams is great as Meryl Streep's daughter, Olivia. Williams is a lot like Streep in many ways, but Williams is less passive and more emotional. She's a very good actress and she's probably the best child actor I've seen in a long time. There's also some beautiful direction in the movie. With the use of long shots and a camera that follows both Nick and Jack around, we're given an idea of the movie's location - and the use of color gives the viewer a feel for the era. All of this is wrapped up in a very strong plot and suspenseful ending. The Departed is definitely not a typical gangster movie. However, it is a very good movie. I recommend it.
Tuesday, 14 Jul 2020 13:42

In the mid-1960s, a steamy affair between the future governor of Louisiana and her adulterous aide is making waves as a feature film. The pair are good friends who take the drive to marry in secret, secretly visiting each other's families and checking out other locales, like the French Quarter and the coastal towns of the Cajun Coast. Her pregnant fiance is moving back to Louisiana after the Civil War, and when she learns that he is getting married, she moves into a hotel and presents her résumé for him to consider. He accepts her. But she has another plan. For starters, she invites him to her wedding. He doesn't want to. He can't. Because he is married, he refuses to go. But the wedding planner, a woman named Della Reese (Vera Miles), persuades him to go anyway. Not to join in her wedding festivities, but to see the landscape and try to convince him to come to his wedding. His response: "It was too cold!" The movie has a slow pace, a small cast of cast and crew and a good cast of supporting players. But even though the plot is fairly conventional, it's told with such passion that you'll want to stick around and watch every bit. It's a lovely romantic film with some stunning photography and performances by the ensemble cast. The cinematography is by Arthur Duprat and Maximilian Gould, who is a world-renowned director of photography. Vincent Price is one of the best-known English actors. He is wonderfully sinister in the lead role, playing an evil but charming man with a terrible secret. Mary Tyler Moore is also fine, although I didn't buy her character at first. She's great as the naïve, young, naive woman who gets into an affair with Price. In fact, she's the best part of the film, because she is the most interesting character. Even though the movie is relatively short, it keeps you interested with its suspenseful story and has a well-developed, romantic score from the composer Anton Corbijn. This is a quality film from one of America's greatest film-makers. It's a compelling story that will stick with you long after you've seen it.

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