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Yosemite

Yosemite is a movie starring James Franco, Everett Meckler, and Alec Mansky. It's the fall of 1985. The intertwining tales of three 5th grade friends, Chris, Joe and Ted, unfold in the suburban paradise of Palo Alto, as the threat...

Other Titles
Lembranças de uma Infância, To vouno ton thavmaton, Το βουνό των θαυμάτων
Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Gabrielle Demeestere
Writer
Gabrielle Demeestere, James Franco
Actors
Alec Mansky, Everett Meckler, James Franco, Calum John
Country
France
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

It's the fall of 1985. The intertwining tales of three 5th grade friends, Chris, Joe and Ted, unfold in the suburban paradise of Palo Alto, as the threat of a mountain lion looms over the community.

Comments about drama «Yosemite» (19)

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Diane

I am only writing this review because this movie had a lot of potential. The acting was not that bad, but I was kind of disappointed with the ending. This is definitely one of the best movies I have seen in the last year. A lot of people I know saw this movie and they were kind of disappointed because the ending was not good. However, I liked the ending, and I liked the acting. My rating is 8/10

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Arthur

I went to see this movie, knowing it was a drama, expecting to see a boring movie with a few dramatic scenes, not to mention some of the music being played in the background. And to my surprise, I found this film to be the most thought provoking movie I've ever seen. The ending of this movie changed my life. I couldn't stop thinking about the ending. I couldn't put it into words. It's just something I can't describe without crying. I really wish that Hollywood would make movies like this again, instead of giving the "whodunit" treatment. Don't believe the people that say that these films are just for kids. They're not, they're really mature, well-thought-out movies, and are ones that you can relate to.

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Jean

I had never heard of David Lynch before seeing this movie, and the first time I watched it I thought it was not so great, and after the second viewing, I found it had great potential. I think it is because I am so used to movies that have lots of plot twists and multiple endings, and this film has a much more subtle style of storytelling, and the performances are very subtle and not overdone. I think that the plot is a bit slow and the ending could have been better, but overall, it was a really good movie and I think that Lynch is great at telling stories that are really, really strange, and not really believable at all. I definitely recommend this movie to anyone who likes to see a movie where the story is more than the ending.

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Virginia Holland

I was very much interested in watching this movie. As a society we tend to forget what happened during the occupation and what is happening today. While watching this movie I was able to understand what was going on with the different stories and I realized that they were all connected. I was able to feel the anger and the frustration of the Israelis as well as the anger and frustration of the Palestinians. I was very impressed by the actors who played in this movie and how well they portrayed their characters. I think everyone should watch this movie. It was very interesting and well-acted.

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Katherine S.

The movie is about the world's greatest volcano, Mount St. Helens, located in Washington state. With an estimated volume of 15 trillion cubic feet, it's one of the most active volcanoes in the world. It is currently considered the deadliest volcano in the history of the world. It was the largest eruption in human history. The story follows the story of a college student who visits the volcano on a research trip. Her encounter with the volcano's power is devastating and the effects of the volcanic activity have turned her life into a living hell. A young woman named Emily Harris (Emily Watson) is trying to finish her dissertation on the effects of Mount St. Helens on her life. She also takes her family with her. When she comes back to the village, she is brought in by the local pastor and offered shelter in his home. She can not sleep. The priest explains to her that the volcano is still active. Emily thinks that this is a good sign and she should take her family and go. She is told that the volcano has sent waves of ash into the air. The town is told that the volcano is threatening the entire state of Washington. She and her family head for the volcano and Emily has to get there in time. This is a great movie that is worth watching. I give it an 8/10.

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Karen

It's rare that a movie has such a vivid and resonant end in the last 10 minutes. Just when you think that the movie is all over, it comes and takes you on a ride that you will never forget. It is a movie that makes you see that the world that you live in is not as bad as people portray it. It's not as bad as you think it is. It's just the way it is. I can't say it enough. The message of this movie is clear and will be for years to come: Everything is just a film.

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Helen Torres

I watched this movie for the first time a week ago and have decided to see it again. The story is simple, yet very meaningful. I felt that it is the best movie to come out this year. The scenery is gorgeous. The actors perform so well that they are perfect for the role they have to play. I hope to see a lot of great things from this movie. You really can't go wrong with this movie.

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Carolyn S.

I've been a fan of Jack Nicholson for as long as I can remember, and have watched several films of his in the last twenty years or so. He is an actor that I don't think many people could really touch with the magic of his acting, and he is definitely one of the more unique talents to come out of Hollywood over the last decade or so. So I really wasn't expecting to like this film. What I got was a very moving, very moving, very moving film that I'm really glad I had the opportunity to watch. It's a very personal film that doesn't pull any punches with it's dramatic, dramatic, dramatic moments. It's not just a bunch of folks falling on their faces, but instead it is about the very real psychological issues that some of us deal with that others don't have to deal with. As I mentioned, it's not really about a bunch of families that are doing terrible things to each other. It's about a whole group of people all in the throes of trauma, and how the state of California is also affected by the fallout of the riots and other tragedies that occurred. There's also a major strain between two families, and the mother has two children, one of whom has a birth defect that requires immediate surgery. The daughter's boyfriend doesn't want the surgery, and he's the one who really gets blamed. We see the difficulties that the mother goes through with the daughter and the birth defect, but it's not really all about that. It's not really about the children. It's really about the mother. The best part about this film is how much it sticks with you. There are a couple of times where the camera lingers on the main characters and gives you a real sense of their situation. The film never feels too slow or too cheesy. I really liked the use of close ups, as well as the use of music, which really helped to convey emotion. The music is also effective at conveying mood and gives the film a wonderful feel of being a small family, and how the characters are suffering. I also loved the way the film was shot, and the scenes of people doing normal things like going to work, going to school, and having a normal life in general, but the camera really shows the feelings and how the characters are feeling. This is a great film, and I think it should be viewed by as many people as possible.

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Aaron Hughes

This is an odd film from Australia. The main character is very much like a child (as I'm sure most children are) and the focus is on the only way in which he can 'experience' life. Of course we learn of this, but it's more along the lines of an Aussie film - with a slightly overblown personality. It's not entirely predictable and the subject matter isn't that bad, but it's a bit too long and there are some rather cliched aspects to it - particularly the part where the child decides to go to the mountain and search for the girl and his life is about to be turned upside down. That's a shame, though, as if that wasn't bad enough, the film goes on a bit too long. The idea of a 'loner' who finds happiness in something he can't define is a powerful one, and this is shown very well. It's also a film that really shows the power of community - not just in the social scene but in the intimate relationships of the people. It's also quite inspirational as well. A great film, definitely worth watching.

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Betty

Not many of us are lucky enough to see the "golden hour" that our grandparents were in, but for some, like me, we have the privilege to see this at a time when the light of a generation is still shining brightly on our children. I loved the entire movie and hope to see more films from this family to honor their legacy. Thank you to the filmmakers, the actors, the cast, the crew and most importantly, the students and teachers of all ages that took part in this project. Thanks for making this happen!

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Amber Robertson

I just got back from the Cinema I had seen "Before Sunrise", and it made me appreciate "Before Sunset" so much. What makes the two films different is that "Before Sunrise" is so rare as a movie. It's so uncommon that people who saw it and didn't like it couldn't explain it to others. "Before Sunrise" was a film that anyone could get into, whereas "Before Sunset" is so rare that only a few people have seen it. The only reason I can think that people might dislike "Before Sunset" is because they don't know about the source of the inspiration for "Before Sunrise". If they did, they might think that it was a very average movie. I really think that a movie like "Before Sunset" should be praised for having a great story and a very well written script. It's the reason why it's so rare to see movies like this, because most people don't know about the inspiration for the movie and how much of the inspiration comes from this movie. Also, the way in which the story is told is very well done, and it's a shame that some people might not like it because of how good the writing is. This movie is a lot more interesting than "Before Sunrise". You'll think about the inspiration behind the story a lot, and you'll definitely understand the message of the movie. I just saw "Before Sunset", and I felt that it wasn't as good as "Before Sunrise". However, I also felt that it was better than "Before Sunset" because it has a really good storyline and is a lot more interesting. I really think that "Before Sunset" is a lot more good than "Before Sunrise", and I'm going to see it again. I recommend "Before Sunset" to people who want to see a really good movie, and if you haven't seen it yet, go see it now!

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Hannah L.

This movie is a wonderful example of a dark comedy, a real slice of life film, that is also a little bit of a philosophical tale. It is also a great example of the tragedy of the whole thing, the fact that the movie is based on true events and we can't know the truth. The story is a good one and it flows quite well, and the film is not too long, but the scenes that are supposed to be long are so short, that it's hard to sit through them without getting bored. The film is very well casted, with some excellent performances, and the acting is very convincing, so you really believe them, you don't even have to watch the scenes, they are so convincing. The characters are very well written, and the voice actors are all top notch, the story is a very interesting one, that has a real punch to it, and it is a great example of a dark comedy that is also a real slice of life film, it is very enjoyable, and it is a really nice story. I highly recommend it, I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Victoria

This film has many similarities with 'The Trial' by Elio Petri. Both films follow an independent filmmaker and his family's struggles to save his photography from the way of the big studios. Both films are on a large scale. 'The Trial' was a made-for-television film and this film is a made-for-broadcast film. The atmosphere is very different. In 'The Trial' it is a completely different story but 'The Case' is very similar. It is a very difficult film to make. I think the story is good and interesting. The cinematography is excellent. The performances are good, especially Tom Berenger as the independent filmmaker and Sam Neill as the father. The best performances were all in the last part of the film. A good film for all audiences.

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Brian Campbell

This is an interesting film from the perspective of the (many) individual experiences of the young man who would become an iconic mountain guide, Phil Hall. As a child, he had some friends who went to the famed Mt. Washington, and the local thrill-seekers had their own group with similar names. Later, as a teenager, he became a full-fledged guide, training his group to be as 'strict' as possible. In his younger days, he had some close friends who were victims of the same sort of misadventure. There are stories about Phil's ultimate downfall, but I don't want to spoil the film for anyone who hasn't seen it yet. All I can say is that it's interesting to see how he reacts to his experiences, even if he did have some key mistakes along the way. The film was well-directed and well-acted. The film's message is clear, but I didn't feel that it was as powerful as I thought it would be. Overall, this is a good film, and worth seeing if you like the subject.

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Douglas

This film is based on the account of Sherry Lansing who lived in Yosemite Valley in California. Her father was a doctor in the hills. Her mother was the homemaker. Her brother was an engineer in the mountains. She was the center of a delicate and disturbing subculture. The characters in the film portray a group of people who, for reasons of safety and social isolation, have chosen to live in the hills. The character of Al in the film is the leader of this group. His behavior is not unlike that of the people who live in the hills. He is willing to kill his family and even his self-image in order to keep others from knowing what he is really like. This film is part of a trilogy. The first two films have been released. The third film is titled "Zelaya". In the "Zelaya" films, there is a subculture of people living in the hills. The "Zelaya" films represent a political movement. Some of the film's characters are left in the desert and some are killed by the State. This political movement had been spearheaded by Senator J. Bennett Baker who died of a heart attack in 1892. There are three other films that are in the trilogy. The "The Descent" film is in the "Descent" trilogy. The "The Dam" film is in the "The Dam" trilogy. The "Zelaya" films are in the "Zelaya" trilogy. The "The Descent" films were shown in 1996. The "The Dam" films were shown in 1997. The "The Dam" films were shown in 1998. The "Zelaya" films were shown in 1999.

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Julia Gutierrez

I must admit that I like this movie a lot. It is definitely worth a watch, but it is also definitely a movie that should be watched several times. I thought the ending was perfect, because it was so out of left field, so unusual, and unexpected. It also kept you guessing and involved the viewer. I also think the acting was excellent. It is definitely one of my favorites from this year, and probably will be one of the favorites from next year. Overall, I would recommend this movie to anyone looking for a movie with a unique story, great acting, and a good ending. And I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. This is one of the best movies of this year, and definitely one of the best movies of the year so far.

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Juan

The Beatles from America, doing their best to break up the group, trying to find a new cause, seeking out a new muse. It's a very different film from the usual Rock and Roll stuff and all, but still it works and is very touching and beautifully told. I would say that this is one of the most emotionally and personally-constructed films ever made. Of course, it doesn't help that it was shot on location in California, but that's beside the point. The three Beatles are so well-realized, but it is the story of the group that really sells this movie. They are all well-cast, and though the three are barely in the film, it is easy to feel for the whole group, and you just want them to all get along, because this is a very touching movie about family, friendship, and the importance of human relationships. The music is amazing, especially the first time they all sing. It is one of the most original and emotional songs I have ever heard. The music is also very good, but in the end the music is the most important part of the film. This is the reason why I give this film a 8/10, not only because it is a very touching and emotional film, but also because of the soundtrack. It has some of the greatest Beatles songs ever recorded and performed. It's wonderful and brings a great feeling to the film. I don't think it would be the same without the music. I also liked the way the film was shot. I don't think I've ever seen a film shot so beautifully, so real. I love the way it felt like I was really there with the Beatles. It is just great and it should be seen. I would have liked to see the film in its original version, but this is the way it is. The original is not good, but it is the only way to go. This is the best version I have ever seen. It is a very sad film, but still very sweet, and I would recommend it to anyone who loves the Beatles or is a Beatles fan. 9/10.

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Vincent

MELODRAMAS is a film of the same kind as "The Green Mile" or "Lights Out." The film's title refers to the concept of this film as a character study. The premise is that the film is an autobiographical account of how a woman named Melly, played by Jennifer Connelly, became a prostitute in New York. Melly is the daughter of a housewife. She is a young woman who is very upset when her mother's new boyfriend, played by Ray Liotta, dumps her on her wedding day. Melly goes into the city, becomes a prostitute, and eventually gets pregnant by her client. She then finds herself in a high-class brothel. Soon after this, Melly starts acting strangely, and her client loses interest in her. Soon after, Melly starts becoming a victim of violence by her client. The film then takes place in California. The film is very realistic, but it is difficult to follow in the beginning. The plot is very compelling, and I did not understand any of it until I saw the film again. I like the acting in the film, and I think it is a good movie. The main character, Melly, is played by Jennifer Connelly. She is so beautiful, and her acting is brilliant. The other actors in the film are good too, but Jennifer Connelly is a major star. I highly recommend this film. It is well worth seeing.

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Margaret H.

I liked this movie a lot. It was the most dramatic part of my trip, but it was also very funny. I think that we need to be responsible about these things that we do. We shouldn't waste time or money doing things that we shouldn't. I think that the government should get involved with those who do the things that we can prevent, and they should stop it at the source. I think that the things that we do can have consequences, but we should have a plan to handle the consequences. In this movie, the people who were involved in this event were basically the ones who did it, and they were mostly getting rich, and getting killed. The people that didn't do anything, such as the police, or the military, were not doing anything at all, and were not doing anything to stop the event. I think that this movie was a great movie because it made us think about things, and it was a good movie to show people that if you do something wrong, you can get hurt, and you can be killed.