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The Roads Not Taken

The Roads Not Taken is a movie starring Javier Bardem, Elle Fanning, and Branka Katic. Sally Potter's film follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter, Molly (Elle Fanning), as he floats through alternate lives...

Other Titles
Niewybrane drogi, Molly
Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Sally Potter
Writer
Sally Potter
Actors
Javier Bardem, Salma Hayek, Branka Katic, Elle Fanning
Country
USA, UK, Sweden
Year
2020
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Sally Potter's THE ROADS NOT TAKEN follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter, Molly (Elle Fanning) as she grapples with the challenges of her father's chaotic mind. As they weave their way through New York City, Leo's journey takes on a hallucinatory quality as he floats through alternate lives he could have lived, leading Molly to wrestle with her own path as she considers her future.

Comments about drama «The Roads Not Taken» (22)

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Shirley

This is a superb movie. I saw it a few days ago and I am still thinking about it. It was good and gripping. Not many movies can pull me in so much. The story is gripping and realistic. I was really impressed. The performances are good and believable. The writing is brilliant. The direction is excellent. There are some twists and turns, which I enjoyed. The music is excellent and the cinematography is gorgeous. It's a great movie that is definitely worth seeing.

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Joyce W.

I had the pleasure of watching this film in Seattle at the TIFF Film Festival and I can't say enough about the quality of this film. It's just so well done, the pacing is excellent, the story is moving, and it's very well written. As far as I can tell, the only reason I would not give this film an A+ is because the soundtrack is very good, but other than that, it's really not a bad film at all. The performances are very strong, the direction is good, and the writing is excellent. The only problem I have with this film is that it's not as long as I'd like, it could have been longer and more intense, but it's not that bad. I would highly recommend this film, and I'm looking forward to seeing it again. The streets are now a place to be, the people are now a people to be, and the roads are now a road to be. In all, a good film, well worth the money to see it in the theater.

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Joe

I'm a bit of a fan of Clint Eastwood's movies. I thought that this movie was a decent follow up to The Man With The Golden Gun. I think that this movie is good for a change, instead of a typical action movie. I liked the music in this movie a lot, especially the theme song. I also like that the movie does not have a typical ending. I liked the movie because of the ending. It's one of the few movies that has a nice ending.

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Emma Jacobs

I enjoyed this movie quite a bit. It was interesting and not predictable at all. The characters were realistic and all of the actors did a good job. I think that this movie is a perfect 10 out of 10. The scenery was beautiful and the story line was well told. I have been in the military for 22 years and I feel that this movie showed that what happens to the soldiers when they leave the military is still the same. It shows the reality of what goes on in the military and what happens to the men when they go home. I give this movie a 8/10.

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Michael

After watching a lot of the War movies I noticed that the majority of these movies dealt with war from a more personal point of view. I think that The Road Not Taken deals with war from a more personal point of view, the two boys. Their lives are turned upside down when they are kidnapped by a group of men and taken to a remote island where they are forced to fight and die for their country. The war movies are becoming more and more interesting in the way that they deal with the battle of humanity. The ending of The Road Not Taken is a sad one, but the way that it is done is just as sad. It is one of the most powerful endings that I have seen in a long time. The cinematography and the music score by the director are really great. The movie is definitely worth a watch. It has a lot of drama, action and a very good plot.

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Henry G.

I read the reviews on this film, and I don't get it. I saw it at a screening, and thought it was really good. I have been following Kevin Costner's career for years now, and his career has changed a lot. From a young boy, to a man who started out doing TV commercials, to an actor that got a lot of attention. And now, he has taken on directing films. And I have to say, it is great. In this film, he takes on a part that he is not used to doing. A good movie director, or a good screenwriter, is one who can take a story and really make it come to life. Kevin Costner does this, and I think that his acting is great. He is able to convey emotion, and the audience is able to connect to the characters. If you liked his previous films, then this is a good film to see. If you don't like his movies, then this is not the film for you. I recommend this film, to anyone who wants to see a good film.

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Nancy

I think that this movie was made for adults, not children, because of the graphic nature of the movie. The violence was too much for children and I think adults might not be able to handle it. I think that the film was realistic, and I think that most people would be able to relate to the movie. I think that the movie was a good movie and I would recommend it to anyone who has seen the movie, or is thinking of watching the movie.

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Zachary S.

I have to admit I was a bit skeptical going into this film. I am a fan of Clint Eastwood and his films, but his work in "The Pianist" was just so darned weak. Then I watched the movie. And it really blew me away. The acting, the direction, the cinematography, the score, and of course the characters. It is one of those movies that you have to watch multiple times to fully understand. The plot is incredibly simple. Two brothers go on a mission to find their father, a former Mexican army general, who was kidnapped by drug lords. It was a very personal journey for them. They grew to be brothers, both being very conflicted with their father's disappearance. It is not just the family connection that drives this film. It is the journey for them as well. The story is very simple. Very few people would have survived that ordeal, and even less would have returned to the safety of their home. The majority of the movie is simply the brother's quest to find their father. The story was very gripping, and I was always on the edge of my seat, wondering where they would next go. The only negative I could find about this film is the direction. The movie was filmed in a very long, drawn out, and very slow pace. I was just not able to get into the film as much as I would have liked to. I thought that the film could have been shorter, and more concise. But, I suppose it was a good decision. The acting was excellent, the direction was amazing, and the story was simply fantastic. I would recommend this film to anyone, whether you are a fan of Clint Eastwood or not. I am a fan of his work, and I think he is one of the best directors of all time. "The Pianist" was a very weak film. This one is a great film. The performances are excellent, the direction is amazing, the story is excellent, and the characters are exceptional. "The Roads Not Taken" is one of the greatest films I have ever seen. I would recommend this film to anyone. This is one of those films that you can watch multiple times and really understand what it is about. 9/10

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Amber G.

The movie is directed by first time director Alex Gibney and is based on the true story of three young boys who were abducted from their rural American family during the height of the Cold War. The story was based on the book "I Am Not Your Negro" written by Oscar-winning writer and director Michael Moore and it is a moving and thought-provoking film that is both informative and powerful. I am a little shocked that it was not nominated for best picture. I am glad that it was nominated. It is a must see. The movie starts off with a young boy named Christopher Walken (Clint Eastwood) waking up in a hospital and discovering that he has been kidnapped. He and his family are quickly and brutally tortured and killed by a bunch of skinheads. After this horrific event, the boys are now hiding out in a remote cabin in the middle of nowhere. One of the boys, Martin (George Clooney) is angry at the people who have taken him. He is determined to get his family back. He also has a brother, Jason (Clooney) who is a man who has no idea of what his brother is going through. He is determined to help his brother and keep Martin from hurting himself. The movie has great character development. The acting is great, but the real star of the movie is the story. The director and the writer did an excellent job at portraying the horrors of this time period. The movie is not for the faint of heart. The violence is not for the faint of heart. This movie is a must see. It is a great movie and I am glad it was nominated for best picture.

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Rebecca

One of the more powerful films I have seen recently. It's hard to go into details without giving away the story. The film is based on a true story about the 1983 abduction and kidnapping of five young children by a middle-aged, black, drug-addicted alcoholic, Larry Flynt. He was convicted of child molestation, but it's the way he was sentenced that makes the film so disturbing. The film is very well-made, although I found the film to be a little too long at over 2 hours. It was an excellent movie with some very powerful scenes. I was never bored at any point during the film.

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Carolyn

I must say I'm a big fan of Colin Farrell, but this is his best role I've seen so far. I'm not going to try and compare this to American Hustle or anything like that, because there are so many different ways to tell a story and the two films are very different. But I will say that this film was a great and very well-acted movie. It has all the elements of a great drama. I won't say more because I don't want to spoil it for anyone. If you're a fan of the actor, you're going to like this film. I gave it an 8 out of 10. That's not a big score, but it's good.

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Karen

The movie is amazing. It was really touching. The acting was great. I can't believe that it got such a bad review. It's really not that bad. I gave it a 9/10. It was just great. I recommend it.

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Teresa G.

I love this movie. I just recently saw it for the first time and it really impressed me. It's really a story of how one man can change a whole country. The way it's told is also amazing. The actors do a great job. It's really a movie that makes you feel good. I recommend it to anyone who likes this kind of movie.

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Kevin W.

The second part of the Road to Perdition is one of my favorites. The characters, the setting, the cinematography, the score and acting all come together to make one of the best films I've ever seen. The story, as I said, is simple, but powerful. It's not a simple story, though. The characters are well-developed and fully fleshed-out, and the way the story is told is gripping, though a bit slow-paced at times. The cinematography, again, is outstanding, with some really great shots of the American Southwest. The acting is great, and there are several great cameos. It is a fantastic film, and definitely worth watching.

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Michael Marshall

It's difficult to say how much of this film is true, but the story has been told many times before. The story of the search for a missing woman is one that has been told many times, and this film does not do it justice. If you have seen the original version of this film, then you know what I'm talking about. The original story is so familiar, and so full of twists and turns, that it is almost impossible to watch it without thinking of the original. The only thing that is different is that the ending was not the same. So you get a very different ending. This is a good film, but it's not the original. It's not the remake either. The original is a great story. It is a story about how one person can affect many lives. The story is about a mother who is going to fight for her son, and the journey she takes. She is going to go on a journey to find her son. This film is based on a true story. The ending is different, but it is the same story. The end is different, but it is the same story. This is a great film, and if you haven't seen it, you should. If you have seen it, and you are thinking about it, then it's worth seeing again. I give it an 8. I give it a 9 for the ending.

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Justin Martinez

In the 90s I had the pleasure of watching "The Roads Not Taken", a documentary film about the relationship between two young people who meet while travelling in a caravan in the American southwest. The film's main character is Steven, played by Cameron Diaz. He is a young man from Chicago, who lives with his mother and father. When he finds out that his father has cancer, he becomes very emotional and decides to travel to California to be with his father. However, the trip is not a smooth one, as he meets a lot of people along the way, including a hitchhiker. He is so happy to meet them, that he is willing to go back to his mother and father, even though he knows that they will not be able to afford to pay for the trip. The journey was a very emotional one for me. I felt very much like a kid at that time, and it was the first time I ever felt a person's pain like that. I have always thought that the greatest thing about movies is the acting. However, when watching "The Roads Not Taken" I was blown away by the acting. I have to admit that Cameron Diaz did a really good job in her role. I was also impressed by Paul Dano, who I believe is one of the most underrated actors in the world today. Overall, I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who loves documentaries. "The Roads Not Taken" is a fantastic film, and it deserves a higher rating than it currently has.

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Doris Vargas

This film is extremely sad. When you watch it, it's hard not to think that there's a lot of racism in the world, that the American government is, in many ways, the worst of all. However, it's difficult not to laugh at the film and at the events that unfold. All the characters are fascinating. Each of them has a unique situation that they are trying to solve. In the end, it's clear that the majority of people who live in this world are just as ugly as the villains in the movie. It's really hard to watch this film and not to think that racism still exists in this country. However, the problem is that the movie has to be very specific to be a realistic film. Otherwise, you have to watch the movie to see the problems that the characters are dealing with. This is the perfect movie to see with a group of friends. You can really get into the characters and watch the film to see what happens. The problems in the movie are very realistic and don't have to be very "serious." You'll get the point.

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Ronald M.

In my opinion this movie is one of the best movies of 2012. I don't like the acting of Tom Hanks or Angelina Jolie but that doesn't matter, the story was excellent and the ending was awesome. This movie is one of the best movie I have ever seen and I highly recommend it to everyone.

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Emily D.

A movie about the lives of three middle-class Irish people who have left their homeland, settled in the United States, and come back to find that their lives are irreparably altered by their choice to leave. The movie is a great story, and the ending was not predictable. The movie is a bit slow at times, but if you take it for what it is, and not as a documentary, it is an excellent movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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Nicole G.

I am a huge fan of this movie. I just recently rewatched it.and I was stunned at how amazing it was. I was expecting it to be cliche, and in truth, I did not expect it to be amazing. I am not sure why, I just got it and I can't wait to watch it again. Great movie!

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Bruce

When the film ended I wanted to go to the cinema and see the rest of the film. The story was quite moving, and the characters were well developed. The story was also rather realistic. I felt that the storyline was quite realistic, in that it was about people, not an isolated event. I am glad that the film was not over-dramatic. This film had a good message. The message was that there is a message for everyone. I also think that it was very touching and heart-warming.

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Janet

This is a great movie. It's very emotional and moving. There are no redeeming features. The acting is great and the story is true. The scenery is wonderful and the dialogue is superb. The main character is very real. You can feel his pain. He is very vulnerable. You can't help but love him. This is a great movie, but it is not for everyone. I can't help but wonder why this movie is so well-liked by so many. It's too long and boring. This movie is also not very realistic. It's a bit like the movie "Memento" or "The Departed". It's hard to believe that people actually kill other people in the United States. However, this is a good movie and it's a must-see for everyone. This is a great movie and I'm not surprised it's getting so much praise.