|US Release Date||12/24/2013|
Ford and Butterfield introduce the first footage form the Orson Scott Card adaptation and it almost puts them to sleep.
Or, "Don't play with that, you could lose a finger! (Hand)"
Joffrey gets turned on while a whole lot of other people get captured.
Sally takes the train to the city to be with her father, and Mrs. Blankenship meets an unfortunate demise.
Like its writer/hero, the movie itself is bedeviled. Besides the familiar cliches of the tormented artist, Big Bad Love is also beset by stylistic excess that further crushes and enfeebles this drama about a struggling Mississippi writer also battling personal problems. Whether the script or the direction is to blame, Arliss Howard, who had a hand at both, must take much of the rap. Still, Big Bad Love is a handsome, forceful production in which Howard allows himself some showy, brawny m
|Martin Sheen||Voice||Grandfather Alden||475||1000006|
|J.K. Simmons||Voice||Dr. Moore||475||1000007|
|Audrey Wasilewski||Voice||Baker's Wife||475||1000009|
|Maureen Gorman||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000006|
|Gertrude Warner||Source Material||(from novel: "The Boxcar Children")||120786||4000003|
|Tracy Park||Line Producer||n/a||161||5000001|
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