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I loved this movie, 5/5. Now I see where my grand mothers parents came from I remember her mentioning the town of Limric when I was just a wee bit of a lad. I was really disturbed that a man would drink a child's food/milk money? That really pissed me off I didn't like that guy after that or before that even, come to think of it I didn't like him at all. Frankie's Mother had a good plan, for the kids father that same night at the bar, but Frankie didn't follow through.
What can I say but Frank McCourt is a FANTASIC writer, I have read all three of his books and once you start reading: Anglea Ashes which is based on his childhood Ireland Tis which is based on his teenage and adult living in both America.
Then his final book Teacher Man about his adult life, working a teacher in America once you opened the books its really hard for you to put it down until you get to the end as it is so wonderful to read.
Angela Ashes is a FANTASTIC movie and i have to give it 10/10 I was hooked from start to finish and it made me cry as its so emotional. The actors who played Frank McCourt, his father and Emily Watson were brilliant i have to add this movie to my Great Movie list as i could watch it over and over ago as it that GREAT.
You should read all 3 of his books and watch this move so enjoy
At the beginning of the movie, I was cautious that the screenplay wouldn't follow the book. By the end of the film, the story comes full circle and ties in very closely with Frank McCourt's memoir. Although a low-budget film (too low-budget for McCourt's Pulitizer Prize winning book), I was very impressed by the movie!! A must see!
This movie follows a family living in poverty in 1930's Ireland. Very good, very realistic film. I liked the fact that this film shows the family in different stages over a course of 10 years or so, so some of the children are played by several different actors. Really great movie, 5/5.
I have read the book 2x and l loved it. I finally decided to watch the movie and it was great. I have always pictured the lanes of Limerick and was astonished to see them. Oh what a tragedy of a life this family has overcome. I have also read Tis' and am happy to learn more of the McCourt lifespan. I will read any book that is written by any McCourt and will honor and treasure these stories forever.
This was extremely good. I thought partway through that there was going to be some teenage hustling going on, but thankfully not quite. This offered a nice view of multiple characters as they interacted with eachother. I really like how they showed the ability and tendancy of humans to act one way with a person while really intending or wishing to act another.
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