Harkins Theatre - Camel View 5
- General Info:
- Screen Count: 5
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Phone: (480) 423-9900
This movie takes you slowly and deliciously through a cleverly told story with an ending that lets you feel for the old "Mr Bush"' He is portrayed beautifully and is very realistic as only Mr. Duvall can do and has done many times in the roles he has tackled. Bill Murray was <br>I also thought the that Sissy Spacek outdid herself in her role as well. She showed such warmth and fire as the role asked of her. The same goes for all the other actors and could not find fault with anything. <br>Humor and tears were sprinkled in just enough to bring you right along every minute of this movie experience so do not miss it.
Posted: 10/31/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Bloody Sunday is more than a U2 song. It is a historical fact. In Ireland January 1972 thousands of British troops clashed with a planed civil rights march. This movie chronicles the day from 2 points of view - Protestant (a march organizer) Catholic (with a Protestant girlfriend). For those who don't know the history the day ended bloody and I won't post the end here. At time the film is hard to watch but it is impossible NOT to. MUST SEE