A young, gifted football player who gets into trouble for a petty crime is brought to the attention of former Manchester United coach Matt Busby, who comes out of retirement to help the boy and his teammates.
In 1986, David Whitman came home, contaminated his wife and child, and watched them die. Years later, he leads a hazmat team investigating an industrial accident near Budapest. One ... See full summary »
A woman struggles with her son's illness and her husband's infidelity, but, after a chance encounter with an Irish sailor and his son, her life is turned upside down in a love story that defies explanation and breaks all the rules.
You see James Nesbit on the front cover of the DVD, you know him from comedic fare like 'Cold Feet' so you give this film a go.
Oh dear, what a bad decision. Despite only being just over 80 minutes in length this film drags. It's a clichéd story idea to begin with, but then proceeds to try to be funny/sweet/sentimental all at the same time, and fails at many of those points. I found myself disinterested with the story about midway through.
It's a shame because everyone involved gives it their all, but they can't help the fact that this film isn't that great, or original. I can't recommend it to people as a good film to watch I'm afraid.
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