When an unseen enemy threatens mankind by taking over their bodies and erasing their memories, Melanie will risk everything to protect the people she cares most about, proving that love can conquer all in a dangerous new world.
An Irish immigrant lands in 1950s Brooklyn, where she quickly falls into a romance with a local. When her past catches up with her, however, she must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within.
A 14-year-old girl in suburban 1970's Pennsylvania is murdered by her neighbor. She tells the story from the place between Heaven and Earth, showing the lives of the people around her and how they have changed all while attempting to get someone to find her lost body.Written by
Despite the fact that the violence in the novel had been toned down for the film, Stanley Tucci still had a hard time portraying Mr. Harvey. See more »
The split-level houses along Bryan Ave in Malvern, PA were built around 1957. In the mid seventies, they all would still have had wood prime windows with exterior metal triple track storm and screen windows. However, George Harvey's house and the one across the street have thermo-pane replacement windows. See more »
I remember being really small; too small to see over the edge of a table. There was a snow globe, and I remember the penguin who lived inside the globe. He was all alone in there, and I worried for him.
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After reading all the bad review's and not reading the book I went to see this film with not much expectation other than it would most likely be a visual feast and I was not let down. Wow it was glorious, stunning, beautiful etc. I didn't notice everything else that most of the people's bad reviews thought about it yes maybe a little sappy but it is a story about a young girl who gets killed before her time, before she has even had her first kiss, a fathers love for that child.. yada yada THAT IS VERY SAD. I thought that the CGI sequences flowed nicely from reality and back I wonder if some people have a chip on there shoulder about Peter Jackson because of his success from little old New Zealand when they just can't get a break even after years of film school yall must be very annoyed. I guess that had I gone in expecting one of the greatest films of all time I would have been disappointed but I was not at all unhappy with the film it is an enjoyable piece of art if anything maybe to many big name actors that I could not get past there previous roles (Stanley Tucci) possibly studio execs putting there clammy hands in the mix to maximize the box office, shame on you studio shame on you.
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