Orchard, The | Release Date: May 5, 2017
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mark0053May 13, 2017
Confusing, agitating, storyline jumps around. Acting is good but too much devoted to a dysfunctional families. We actually got up and left the theater on this one.
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poetreviewerAug 7, 2017
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The actors in this movie are the best thing it's got going for it. The script is lousy. Did the producers run out of money or did the writer draw a blank? What no ending? Expand
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aurora1Aug 4, 2018
The Trip got a new chapter: The Trip Into Drama. As if the previous ones were not dramatic enough. Steve Coogan is still rattling off his opinions about this and that through a glass of wine and a slice of cheese, but this time there is oneThe Trip got a new chapter: The Trip Into Drama. As if the previous ones were not dramatic enough. Steve Coogan is still rattling off his opinions about this and that through a glass of wine and a slice of cheese, but this time there is one victim more than the audience. I can see the point of the director here, showing the selfishness and hypocrisy of bourgeoisies talking about something horrible protected by the comfortable shell of a luxurious restaurant, while the poor outside are literally burning out. But it just doesn't work. Expand
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laugherNYCAug 2, 2017
Oh please. A tally ridiculous blabfest saved only by Linney's usual superb work. Gere is leaden as always with brief moments of actual in character acting. The premise is good, but the execution is absurd. Coogan is awful. Why not wear a signOh please. A tally ridiculous blabfest saved only by Linney's usual superb work. Gere is leaden as always with brief moments of actual in character acting. The premise is good, but the execution is absurd. Coogan is awful. Why not wear a sign that says "Crazy" instead of the bug eyes and muttering? Why not name BO Boo Radley? Close the loop. To kill a homeless bag Lady . This should have been a one act play in a community theater. Expand
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