Daniel Day-Lewis, Brenda Fricker, Alison Whelan, Declan Croghan
Shane Connaughton (Screenplay), Jim Sheridan (Screenplay), Jim Sheridan (Director)
Release: Jul. 21st, 1989
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
In this true story told through flashbacks, Christy Brown is born with crippling cerebral palsy into a poor, working-class Irish family. Able only to control movement in his left foot and to speak in guttural sounds, he is mistakenly believed to have a intellectual disability for the first ten years of his life.
The original is a movie I can go two ways about same as the remake. The original is very effective in the suspenseful and dramatic scenes, but I can never understand why the two dumb silly cops were ...
The original is a movie I can go two ways about same as the remake. The original is very effective in the suspenseful and dramatic scenes, but I can never understand why the two dumb silly cops were p...
I'd have to say my favorite chase scene is about 40 minutes into Death Sentence with kevin bacon. (I recommend fast forwarding past the actual movie)
Other than that, I am always entertained by parko...
Okay, so my foot is broken, it may take 11 more weeks before it will heal, I'm in crutches and have to give my foot rest so that it will hopefully heal proper.
During this time, which movies should ...
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He really is the main draw about this film as he exercises an impressive amount of discipline in order to play Christy (as is the kid who plays his younger self).
Christy is born somewhere in the middle of his 13 brothers and sisters, they are a very poor Irish family, even with Christys disability the family never seems to give up hope even though there are some very rough patches that they go through.