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Summer of '67

Summer of '67 is a movie starring Ivy Rhodes, Joe Lara, and Lea Hutton Beasmore. Based on real life events, Summer of '67 brings to life the turbulent times of the sixties and the struggles faced by the men and women impacted by the...

Running Time
1 hours 23 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Drama, Romance
Director
Sharon Wilharm
Writer
Sharon Wilharm
Actors
Ivy Rhodes, Karen Boles, Lea Hutton Beasmore, Joe Lara
Country
USA
Year
2018
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

Based on real life events, Summer of '67 brings to life the turbulent times of the sixties and the struggles faced by the men and women impacted by the Vietnam War. Young wife and mother Milly (Rachel Schrey) is forced to live with her mother-in-law while her husband Gerald (Cameron Gilliam) is away on the USS Forrestal. Kate (Bethany Davenport) must choose between Peter (Christopher Dalton) her high school sweetheart and Van (Sam Brooks) her new hippie boyfriend. Ruby Mae (Sharonne Lanier) finally finds true love with Reggie (Jerrold Edwards) only to have him whisked away by the draft. Each woman faces the question of whether or not their man will return, and even if he does, will life as they know it ever be the same?

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George Ortiz

This is a great movie. It has wonderful moments and the story is interesting. It was actually kind of a real life version of the love story between Ingrid Bergman and Tom Hanks. Tom Hanks was very good in the movie and he really is a good actor. It is a great movie and I would highly recommend this movie to anyone. This is a great movie and I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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Maria

I had read the books a few years ago, and I found the movie to be a bit better. The acting is pretty good, and I did enjoy the film overall. But I think the book is better. I don't know why they didn't include some of the scenes that were in the book. I thought the ending of the movie was a bit too abrupt. It wasn't satisfying. Maybe the book should have been cut down, and they could have included some more of the scenes that were in the book. I think the movie is a bit better than the book, but I think that the book is better than the movie.

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Douglas G.

A tour de force of the two leading actors in this fascinating and entertaining drama of the 1960's Greenwich Village folk scene. Jake and Pat are the story's central characters. They are in their late teens, have not yet finished high school, and have been home-schooled. They have both been in love with the same woman (Leila, played by Alanna Ubach), but they are not really engaged to each other. The films ends with Jake and Pat being reunited in an effort to help the other one to find his true love. The two men seem to be going through a number of personal crises. Jake's mother is dying, and Jake is so far in love with his teacher that he is not sure if he will be able to commit to his own wife. Pat is a widower who has lost his job and is struggling to support his son. His former girlfriend (played by Lili Taylor) is suffering from a drug addiction and is not sure if she will be able to get back on her feet. In all cases, Jake and Pat seem to be feeling that their lives are meaningless and that they are in search of something greater. The film is not an easy film to watch. The entire production is superbly photographed and well directed, and the film is interesting and engaging. The ending is surprising and well done, and the story is not as predictable as it seems. I thought that I would have seen it all before, but I really don't. I will certainly see it again. The performances of the two main characters are excellent. The supporting cast is very good, too. The film is a perfect example of a young director working on a very expensive film. This is a must-see.

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Ashley L.

In the early 1960s, filmmaker John McEnery (Richard Dreyfuss) is trying to break into the world of the big screen with his independent film "Young Americans". It's a combination of dramatic drama and melodrama, with the same plot as "The Graduate". The time seems to pass too quickly, the characters seem to be defined so quickly, and the story, once it begins, doesn't seem to move much. The film's main point, however, is that the world is moving toward the mass production of movies, and in the process, it is becoming more and more dependent on the directors, and on the actors who play those directors. McEnery, however, is very much a director. He's not a filmmaker, but rather a stylist, who has a knack for capturing people in motion and making them seem alive. His greatest talent is that he can get these people to act, and he uses this to his advantage. While I don't think "Young Americans" is great cinema, it's certainly good cinema. It's got a great cast, and it has a great look and feel to it. But, it's not all that great. The main problem with "Young Americans" is that it never really gets going. The story is never really much of a point, and the characters are never really interesting. It never really makes you want to go and see it again. It's not terrible, but it's not great either. (I gave it an eight out of ten.)

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Douglas M.

This is a fantastic movie, a remarkable film. One can only see a glimpse of the extraordinary life of this great artist, and the people who were close to him. The performances are great, the photography is beautiful, the sound is wonderful, and the soundtrack is superb. Highly recommended.

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Barbara M.

I recently watched this movie for the first time. I was in the same boat as the viewer and was really surprised at how much I loved the movie. The plot was great, the acting was great, the soundtrack was great and I was so impressed with how well the movie was edited. The movie is about a young woman named Julie (played by Angela Bettis) who travels to South Africa to work as a missionary in the country during the height of the conflict. She discovers that she is pregnant. She begins to wonder if she has been infected with a dangerous virus, and slowly begins to succumb to the sickness. The movie is very well made, the camera work is great, and the sound and music is amazing. I was really impressed with the editing in this movie, it was really well done. It really made the movie feel like a documentary. The movie is great, and I highly recommend it. This is a movie that I would recommend to anyone who loves a good movie. I also recommend the soundtrack and music to anyone who likes music or is interested in music. This is a must see movie. 8/10

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Kimberly S.

The most notable thing about "The Great Escape" is the fact that it is based on the true story of a group of African-American prisoners who escaped from the infamous Angola prison during the Second World War. Although the film is rather tame compared to its predecessors, it is still a fascinating movie about the courageous men who risked their lives to save hundreds of men from being sent to a Nazi death camp. This is one of those rare movies that is not made to be taken too seriously. The characters are quite well developed, and the film does not resort to a dramatic finale to wrap up the story. It does not even have a "happy" ending. Instead, "The Great Escape" is a historical thriller that is very compelling and memorable. The acting is top-notch, particularly from the three main characters, who give wonderful performances. The cinematography is stunning, and there are some gripping scenes. I thought the directing was pretty good, although I have a problem with the last half of the film. I would have preferred a much longer runtime and an even better climax. The overall result is a great film, but not one that is quite up to par with its predecessors.

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Lawrence

One of my favorite movies, and one of my favorite movies. This is a movie about the real-life Russian exile in America in the 1960s, Mikhail Khodorkovsky. The movie is about the pressure of his life and his search for a place to escape. The movie is also about the man who tried to get the money that Khodorkovsky had stolen from the Russians, and who, in the end, realized that there was no way out of the prison, and decided to set it up again. I think that the movie is very realistic, because it is true. I have to say that the movie is very well made, because it is a very good script. The main character, Khodorkovsky, is a great actor, and you can see that in the movie. It is a very interesting movie, because it tells a story of a man who, at the end of his life, had a very difficult job, and had to deal with the pressures of a modern world. I think that this movie is very good, and I recommend it to anyone who likes historical movies, because the movie is very good.

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Mary Contreras

I never really liked this movie. I thought it was too long and the acting was not particularly good. But I really liked the cinematography, the music and the overall atmosphere. I'm not really sure if I liked the ending much, but I thought it was quite dramatic. I think it's the perfect movie to be seen in the summer.

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Madison Reed

At this point, I have to say I was a little surprised by the movie. I have seen a lot of reviews and heard all the hype that it was going to be an "epic" movie, but honestly, I never thought I would actually see a movie about this type of subject matter. Now I do agree that the movie is a little slow, and a lot of it was lost on me, but I really do not think it was the worst movie I have seen. Sure, I would not recommend this movie to anyone who has not seen it, but I would still say it is not bad. It is definitely a movie to watch if you want to see the story unfold, and to see what kind of a person this woman was. I was also very surprised by the film's ending. I have to say I was very pleased with the ending. I am a bit disappointed that it was not the exact ending that I was hoping for, but the ending still was a great ending. In all honesty, I really liked this movie, and it is definitely worth watching.

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Cynthia H.

This is a wonderful film about the 1967 Vietnam War, the war against the Vietcong, and the true nature of the war. The film begins with a tour of the ruins of Saigon, and begins its narrative by showing us the true and brutal nature of the war, and the horrible crimes committed by the Vietcong against the Vietnamese people. The film ends with the story of the struggle between the Vietnamese and the Vietcong. The film is well shot and is well acted, with the greatest support coming from Robert Duvall. The film also has a strong message that is both depressing and hopeful, and I strongly recommend this film. 9/10

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Benjamin Romero

I've seen many films by director Kenneth Lonergan, and I'm still trying to figure out how to rate him. I've only given his films the lowest possible rating. I don't even know if I can rate him higher. "The Hunger" and "The Parallax View" are two of the best films I've seen this year, and I'm just wondering if it's possible to rate them higher than "Hollywood Ending." I thought it was a good film, but it didn't really connect with me. The story seemed too random. I found myself feeling like I was watching a different movie than the one I was watching. I don't know if it was the tone of the film, or just the direction of the film, or both. I was watching the film with a friend who didn't understand the film at all. It just felt like a boring movie that I couldn't follow. There are a few moments that made me laugh, but I was mostly laughing at the film. The characters were also all very uninteresting. They were not interesting enough to care about. I also didn't really get the sense of the emotions that were displayed by the characters. The film also seemed to be lacking in a lot of areas, and the story felt like it was missing something important. I found it to be a mediocre film. I'm not sure if I'd recommend it to others, but it was a decent film that I'd recommend to some people.

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Julia M.

I didn't think this movie was bad.I really thought it was good. It was a good movie that I think is better then The Fountain. I really liked this movie, and I think that if you like me, you will like it too. It has some good parts and some bad parts. I give this movie an 8 out of 10.

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Carolyn Marshall

There is a whole lot to love in this movie. The performances are excellent. The characters are developed nicely. It's an ensemble piece with a good mix of humor, sadness, and emotion. I can't say that I saw the movie with eyes wide open, but I can tell you that this movie will touch you in a way that it doesn't leave you feeling like you're "done". If you're not one of the people who will always remember the good things about the 70's, you should really check this movie out. It's one of those movies that you'll think about for a long time. It's a great "feel good" movie that you'll enjoy watching again and again. It's a must see!

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Michael Austin

This is a very well made film, that is both a love story and a review of the Vietnam War. The film has a wonderful setting of Vietnam, with all the basic elements of a war movie. It is very well directed and very well acted, with a great cast. It is very depressing, and a great historical drama. I am very surprised that it was not nominated for an academy award. It has many positive elements, and is a very good film. I recommend it to anyone who loves the Vietnam War, or anyone who loves to see a great film. 8/10

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Rebecca Banks

This is a wonderful movie, and a must see for anyone who loves love stories and especially for those who love the music of the era. It is very well acted and the story line is very well thought out. The soundtrack is beautiful and adds to the movie a lot. The movie is very well paced and the time is well taken. This movie is very dark and sad and I recommend this movie to anyone who likes this type of movie.

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Julie

I love this movie. It was my favorite movie growing up and I've watched it several times since. I think the acting was great and the story was gripping. I've heard a lot of people bashing this movie, saying it's pretentious and has no heart. I disagree, this is a movie about a battle that had no winners, only people who lost. It also had a very good message for the year and the world. It's one of those movies that you can watch and enjoy every single time. 8/10

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Richard

*SPOILERS* An exhilarating look at the early years of Vietnam. The performance of the entire cast is superb, with the exception of James Woods who plays a somewhat stereotyped and irritating Vietnam vet. It is a pity, however, that this could have been a better film. While the ending is moving and sad, there are several other problems. First, there is a constant need to show the situation as "inevitable." It is never pointed out that the Vietnamese people would never have accepted the British and American forces as liberators if it was "inevitable." The Americans must therefore have been willing to commit "genocide" to help get the British and Americans the resources they wanted. Secondly, while the two soldiers are portrayed as loving parents, the other members of their unit are shown as somewhat selfish. This is another problem, since the actors are supposed to represent the people they are portraying. The British and Americans are seen as the "good guys" and the Vietnamese as the "bad guys." The Vietnam veterans are not portrayed as heroes, as the writers tried to. Finally, the ending is so abrupt and abrupt that it is hard to see why the soldiers would take their lives, while the Vietnamese who are forced to live in the camps are shown to be responsible for their own deaths. This is a good film, but the flaws show.

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Kimberly Moreno

Saw this film recently and was surprised to see it was shot on location in the White House. The location filming was great, and the actors were excellent. The acting was just about perfect for the part, as I felt as if I was in the room with the president and the top three aides. There were some parts that I would have liked to see them do differently. I also liked the way the film showed how one of the most powerful men in the world, President Kennedy, was having a personal relationship with the secretary of state. I would have liked to have seen the secretary of state explore that relationship, and their relationship, more, but I will give it a 8/10.

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James Castillo

This movie is a classic. A story about the lives of the people in the 1950s. A story of a generation. A story about love. A story about changing things. A story about women. A story about what the future holds for our lives. It is a true story and it is a great movie. John Huston did a wonderful job with this movie. He didn't waste time with unnecessary love stories. He used the same kind of relationships that his character had in the 1950s. We can feel that the same feelings he had in the 1950s. He is a great director and we can see his brilliance in this movie. The movie is filled with beautiful cinematography and is a perfect date movie. I think that the movie is the best movie I have seen this year. John Huston's direction is great and it has the same kind of love story that his character had in the 1950s. The movie has a great story, great actors, great camera, and good music. John Huston's direction is the best I have seen this year. I give this movie an 8/10. I don't think that this movie is an 8/10. I think it is a 9/10. I give it an 8/10. I give it a perfect 10/10.