In Memory of My Father details
|Starring:||Christopher Jaymes, Judy Greer, Jeremy Sisto, Nicholle Tom, Christine Lakin, Pat Healey, Eric Michael Cole, Monet Mazur, Matt Keeslar, Meadow Sisto, Todd Rulapaugh, Tom Carroll, David Austin, Andrew Henry|
In Memory of My Father
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||29 Aug 2008|
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Don't waste your timeBy a customer from Bridgwater , 14 Sep 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]It didn't do it for me, very poor. Don't waste your time.
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Don't turn off after 10 mins in....By Knacker (1 review) from Forest Row , 17 Feb 2010It took a while for me to get into this movie, but once I saw past my own judgements and into the lives of others I think this a really classic film! I'm surprised at the low rating this film has received on LoveFilm (2 stars), but warmed by the fact that it has won loads of awards. I can see however that it is not to the taste of everyone. My wife was not too keen on it! For you indi fans out there, check it out late at night when everyone has gone to sleep!
Oh dear!By awakeasleep (27 reviews) from York , 08 Feb 2010What a shame I was sooo looking forward to this film. The synopsis sounds much better than the film actually is. The humor is so suttle blink and you'll miss it. Very slow moving. I cant help thinking if the british did a version of this film it would be way way better. Its not that bad but wished I'd have used my allocation to have watched something else
Quite spectacular crapBy hollyemily (2 reviews) from London , 02 Sep 2009A lesson in self-indulgent s***t. Painful on every level. Well done.
One wordBy a customer from York , 29 Aug 2009Horrendous.
I anticipated this film would be really witty and interesting, sadly it was a great disappointment.
The actors are so unbelievably wooden and the film moves along at a snails pace.
I couldn't bear to sit through it, and I wouldn't reccommend for anybody else to try to put themselves through it either!!
loved itBy a customer from Malvern , 31 Mar 2009excellent film. darklly funny, witty and touching too. really enjoyed this take on the spoilt brats of a hollywood mogul when he dies. Christopher Jaymes wrote, produced and directed it and well done to him.