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Agree with Mike Pedley. And one of the expectations of a film in the family genre is that the story is about a *family* situation. That's a prime ingredient to the secret sauce for Pixar movies, the primary conflict revolves around *family* life problems and relationships. There is not a clue as toRead more
Michael Fine: I'm intrigued, but not clear on the concept. It's a no-brainer why the kid would -- or should -- be racked with guilt. But why does the girl suffer suffer survivor's guilt? Why should she? What is the emotional symmetry between his guilt and hers?
[Expletive deleted]!! Can't edit reviews after they are posted. And a third example of terminology: If he was an undercover cop, whatever his psychological problems, he has a lot of experience, a lot of street savvy which the department would want to put to good use by having him work **cold cases**Read more