Tumbledown imdb | Watch Tumbledown 123movies

Tumbledown imdb | Watch Tumbledown 123movies

Tumbledown imdb: Watched this on VuDu on 2/20/16 and it was an engaging heartfelt movie that drew us in at the start, but then it began a slow agonizing death by the mid-point and by the end of the movie we were praying for the end. Any end. Just end it. The movie just falls apart in the second half. Almost as if the ending production was rushed because everyone was bored or ran out of interesting things to say and do on screen. There are so many wasted story lines in this movie that just seem to start, do nothing, mean nothing, and go absolutely nowhere.

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Review Tumbledown imdb | Watch Tumbledown 123movies by Tony Heck: A movie that I did like but was almost a little too cookie cutter like to be considered original.

“You’re the one obsessed with death. My Hunter was obsessed with life.” Hannah (Hall) is trying to cope with the death of her husband, and popular singer. She spends her life living in the past and trying everything to keep his memory alive. When Andrew (Sudeikis) shows up wanting to write a book about him he is met with resistance from Hannah. Little by little the more they talk they more they realize they both have something that will help the other one. This is a very good movie that is worth watching, but it also a tad bit generic and cookie cutter like. Most romantic comedies are though so going in I expected that. Sudeikis is great and funny as always, even though this is more serious than we are used to from him. In terms of romantic movies this is one that men will like, maybe more than women. Overall, a movie that I did like but was almost a little too cookie cutter like to be considered original. I give this a B-.

Review Tumbledown imdb | Watch Tumbledown 123movies by reviewcentralny: Inspired and entertaining study on the inevitable selfishness of grief

Understated, honest and soulfully choreographed. The cast is engaging, authentic and surprisingly interesting even in the most ordinary situations, of which there are few. Grief may be the premise of this film, but the result is a calm escape into a world you’ll be happy to spend some time in.

After reading about the film, I did expect an Indie movie with the usual predictable story lines and romantic frou frou, and there is no shortage of that, but there is another layer of depth – often in the silence between the words – that caught me off guard. Each somber moment and shared memory invites you to indulge the inherent sadness of loss, but also carries the redolence of hope. The intimate warmth of the soundtrack, like the weightless smoke of a dying candle in a quiet room, lingers long after the end credits are over. Some of the songs really are beautiful enough to warrant this type of language, trust me. So do the memories of other musicians who left behind their timeless creations along with the shock and mystery of a lifetime cut short. Martyn Bennett and Jeff Buckley, however different the circumstances of their departure, come to mind.

Whenever an Indie movie finds the perfect balance between lighthearted, mainstream entertainment and the relatability of a smaller story and budget, it proofs that a solid Indie production, much more than a studio funded film, can transcend the restrictions of a genre and touch the audience beyond 90 minutes of entertainment.

I couldn’t think of a single studio produced movie in recent months that achieved ‘Tumbledown’s subtlety and depth with the same simplicity and grace. To proof my point, this movie would work even without the romance and succeed as a relevant reflection on grief and the responsibility of moving on.

Review Tumbledown imdb | Watch Tumbledown 123movies by CC Robinson: Gorgeous, hilarious, and well-written film

If you haven’t seen Tumbledown yet, you are in for a treat. Rebecca Hall plays the widow of Hunter Miles, a fictional singer with a cult following. She has stacked enough wood for years of a comfortable widowhood–living among her husband’s instruments and keepsakes in the lakeside cabin in Maine that they shared. She’s forced from being a hermit by the brash academic (played by Jason Sudeikis) who appears on his European motorcycle to dig up biographical details on Hunter for his PhD dissertation. But Hunter’s widow turns out to be more fascinating than the memory of Sudeikis’ musical hero. And the rest is chemistry. We get to watch Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall on a date at the town dump, at a family Easter gone wrong, and standing on a sheet of frozen ice surrounded by the crazy whale sounds of a thawing lake in the Maine woods. The rapport between Rebecca Hall and Jason Sudeikis is riveting. Their banter is smart and funny. And Damien Jurado’s haunting tunes give the movie a depth that reverberates for days to come. The film is gorgeous, moving and entertaining.

Review Tumbledown imdb | Watch Tumbledown 123movies by Hellmant: Another indie hit win, for Jason Sudeikis!

Indie rom-com/drama flick; starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Sudeikis. The film tells the story of a widow, still coping with the death of her folk singer husband, who must deal with a New York writer; that comes to her small town looking to write a story on him. The movie also costars Dianna Agron, Joe Manganiello, Griffin Dunne, Blythe Danner and Richard Masur. It was directed by first-time feature filmmaker Sean Mewshaw, and written by Mewshaw and Desi and Desiree Van Til (both first-time screenwriters). I enjoyed it.

Hannah Miles (Hall) is still grieving over the death of her husband; a folk singer, who was somewhat of a celebrity in her rural Maine town. Her family, and friends, all think she needs to get over him and move on. That troubled healing is further aggravated, when a New York writer, named Andrew McCabe (Sudeikis), comes to town investigating the beloved musician’s death. He’s writing a book on the singer, and Hannah doesn’t like the idea of it (at all).

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I’m becoming a bigger Jason Sudeikis fan, with every movie he does! He’s always funny, and he always picks quality projects too; the roles, he plays, always seem like real and relatable people. This film is no exception. I also like how he does a lot of lower-budget indie flicks too. Hall is great in this movie as well. She’s definitely not as funny, but her performance is topnotch; and the two have beautiful chemistry together. It’s yet another indie hit win, for Jason Sudeikis!

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