Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return -- and has no intention of letting her escape.
Nick McCallum dreams of turning pro surfer but his father, wheelchair bound after a surfing accident, stands in his way - as does his own fear of the big waves. He defies his dad but is ... See full summary »
Five scenarios in which people have trouble distinguishing truth from illusions. Each segment reflects the motto of Voltaire's Candide: "Optimism is insisting everything is good, when everything is bad."
Jonah (played by Ryan Kwanten) is a young, carefree playboy. Then he learns that he has one month until he becomes infertile. This makes Jonah want to have children, with time of the essence.
Sweet, quirky movie. Fairly original plot with realistic and interesting human drama. Good ending, though it is a touch predictable. Not very profound, but its the journey, not the destination, that matters.
Good performances from Ryan Kwanten (of True Blood fame) and Sarah Snook in the lead roles.
Great soundtrack, predominantly by the Black Keys.
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