Watercolor Postcards

2013

Action / Drama

Watercolor Postcards (2013) download yts

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Bailee Madison as Cotton
Jonathan Banks as Ledball
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1hr 55 min
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Reviewed by Leila Cherradi 10 / 10

Some Good Old Tenderness

There are some good old actors in this, some good old environment : sunny places in Texas, some good old nice feelings, and some very good ways to shoot with a camera. That's why I wanna help it out here.

Now the young actress is a bad actress. You can see she acts. And that's the worse you can say about an actor. And there are lengths in this movie almost every five minutes.

But let yourself be touched by the tenderness underneath it all.

--- That's all, but here wants more, so I repeat :

There are some good old actors in this, some good old environment : sunny places in Texas, some good old nice feelings, and some very good ways to shoot with a camera. That's why I wanna help it out here.

Now the young actress is a bad actress. You can see she acts. And that's the worse you can say about an actor. And there are lengths in this movie almost every five minutes.

But let yourself be touched by the tenderness underneath it all.

Reviewed by PandoraProductions4 4 / 10

not good by any extension of the word

I figure I might as well review this since barely anyone else has. Here are my thoughts on the film. I'm not going to sugarcoat anything. Basically: it sucked. Not in an entertaining way, it's not overtly bad that you can laugh at it, it just kind of lumbers along and then stops. I know this is an independent, comparatively low-budget film, so I won't criticize the technical deficiencies (of which there are a few). I will simply attempt to make some sense of the film, or why the filmmakers decided to use such a leaden, humourless, and poorly written script.

Sunny is a failed actress who returns to her hometown to attend her mother's funeral and take care of the sister she never knew. There are other things that happen to people for reasons, but it's so poorly set up that there's no drama or tension. What a waste of Jonathan Banks! That guys a badass, but the script made him this meek pushover.

There is some "comic relief" in the film in the form of two fools in a bar who prattle away about nothing, but their cliché banter is simply unfunny.

Conrad Goode plays Butch, a washed up football player who sits around all day writing crappy country songs. Goode also wrote the script, which perhaps explains how his character gets to bang someone half his age.

I can't really talk about the story as there is no real story. This would have been okay, had the acting and the dialogue been good. They weren't.

The worst part of the movie is an extremely half-baked subplot involving Sunny's ex- boyfriend from a long time ago. He gives her a job (hence a beautifully edited janitor montage), but then tries to rape her. She kicks him in the balls and shouts something like: "If I see you again, I'll kill you!". We never see him again. Ah, the wonders of plot arcs!

The one bright spot in this film is young Bailee Madison, who should fire her agent. Who else could be to blame for the string of mediocre to downright bad productions this talented actress has been in recently? Talk about wasted potential.

I didn't mince words here, but I can't recommend a film with such a bad script. It's deplorable that this got past the pre-production stage. It's a prime example of how most independent films are worse, not better, than major motion pictures. At least Hollywood delivers.

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