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Life and Nothing More is a movie starring Andrew Bleechington, Regina Williams, and Robert Williams. Standing on the edge of adulthood, Andrew yearns to find his purpose as a young black man in today's America. With his mother...

Antonio Méndez Esparza
Robert Williams, Ry'nesia Chambers, Andrew Bleechington, Regina Williams

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Genres Drama
Director Antonio Méndez Esparza
Writer Antonio Méndez Esparza
Stars Robert Williams, Ry'nesia Chambers, Andrew Bleechington, Regina Williams
Country USA, Spain
Also Known As ライフ・アンド・ナッシング・モア, Życie i nic poza nim, La vida y nada más, Élet és semmi más, La vita e nient'altro
Runtime 1 h 54 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 Standing on the edge of adulthood, Andrew yearns to find his purpose as a young black man in today's America. With his mother longing to find more to her life than parenting, Andrew is forced to take on the mounting pressure of family responsibility. His search for connection with an absent father, leads him to a dangerous crossroads.

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Thursday, 26 Nov 2020 05:55

I've been trying to find out more about this film for a few years now. I finally found a copy of the movie on VHS at a local video store, and watched it on a rainy Saturday night. I can't say I'm a big fan of movies like this, but this was a great movie. It's not an action movie, but it's a drama about a family who loses their son in a tragic accident. The father and mother are in denial about what happened, but the father comes up with an idea to pay a visit to the boy's home. It's not just about the loss of the son, but about the loss of the father, too. The dad has to come to grips with the fact that he has no one to care for him, but the mother tries to hide it. I really enjoyed the movie. The movie is realistic and the characters are real. The father and mother are very good at acting and showing the emotions. The son and mother are good too, although the mother is a little more mean than the father. The father is a very good man, and he has a strong bond with his son, but he is also very selfish. He is the one who has to go and see the boy's home, and he doesn't want to. The mother is a very difficult character, too, but the father is the one who doesn't really care about the son. The father is the one who has to come to grips with the fact that he has no one to care for him, but the mother doesn't really care about the son. This is a movie that I think a lot of people should see. It's a very realistic movie, and it has a lot of emotion. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see a real drama.
Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 20:46

The second time I watched this movie I was a teenager. It was released in 1996 but it had been out since 1981. I had no idea what it was about and I was confused as to what I was seeing. So many things were left out of this movie that it's hard to figure out what it was. It's hard to know where to start. It's about a young man who is thrown into a new job in New York City and is "broke." He loses everything including his car, and he has no friends. He works at the same night club as a young woman who is also "broke." She works at a strip club as well. He is initially attracted to her and he wants to impress her but is rejected. They become very close and end up falling in love. He is turned down by every girl in the club but is eventually attracted to her. They get married and she ends up pregnant. It's clear that the movie is set in New York City. It is shot in New York. The cast and crew made a point of showing how much of New York City they lived in and how the buildings look. The characters were all very likable. We know these people and like them. You really cared about them. There were very few characters that I didn't care about. I thought it was great that they tried to portray how it was to be poor in New York City. The city is really a part of the movie. This movie is a good representation of what is going on in New York at the time. The movie did not come out until about twenty years later but it was a great deal of time in advance of today. I think that it was probably in the late 1980s. I think that a lot of people would relate to it.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 03:47

From director Luc Besson (First Class, The Professional), writer/director Jack Nicklinson (The Monster, Mud) and cinematographer Cyril Raffaelli, J'Amber is a tale of two different lovers and how their lives intertwine. Set in the late 1950s, a large-scale murder in a Parisian apartment building is solved by a detective's crack team of detectives. The only suspect is the apartment's female tenant, and the detective is assigned the case. After the film, director Besson reveals that it is his idea to develop J'Amber from the body of one of his noir films and "go for broke". The title of the film is a reference to the unsolved murders of a married couple. When the sleuth named Jean J'Amber (Rufus Sewell) goes back to the apartment building, he finds an even more depressing picture of the victim. This results in a re-imagining of the mystery and the film has to be judged on the basis of whether or not this scene represents a true crime. In the end, the crime is solved by a lone detective who is immediately assigned to the case and finds himself asking more questions than he is able to answer. The film is a well-made film. The acting is good, especially that of the two leads. This film is hard to watch at times because of its slow pacing, but its cinematography is a little better than average. There are a couple of scenes in the film that are hard to watch because of the dark tone. I recommend this film to those who are looking for something different.

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