I hate long reviews about how good the cinematography was or how good the direction was, i watch a film because i want to be entertained for 90 minutes and this wasnt it,2 hours of dribble,started well with a kidnap,after that it was so bad i watched it cos i thought it couldnt get any worse....it did, anyone that can watch this for 2 hours and say it was good you really need to get out more,and the folk that said they stood up cheering at the end.....REALLY !!! it was very very poor very poor,even the good actors were bad!!!
The Red Maple Leaf (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie
The Red Maple Leaf (2017) 1080p
The Red Maple Leaf is a movie starring James Caan, Kris Kristofferson, and Martin Landau. A detective, who is deeply grieving over the tragic loss of his wife and daughter, becomes determined to find the kidnapped daughter of the...
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The Synopsis for The Red Maple Leaf (2017) 1080p
On a seemingly worry-free Ottawa morning, young Jenni Adams, daughter of U.S. Ambassador Patrick Adams, is snatched from right under the nose of her Secret Service detail. The blatant act has left the American authorities searching for answers with powerful pressure coming at them from every side. From senators all the way up to the President of the United States, the hunt is on to find this girl alive and return her to her family.
The Director and Players for The Red Maple Leaf (2017) 1080p
The Reviews for The Red Maple Leaf (2017) 1080p
are you people being seriousReviewed byredoor430Vote: 1/10
I asked my girlfriend to see this film with me at the Sunrise Film Festival where it won "Best film of the Festival". I thought she would enjoy it since it was starring many terrific actors. And we were told that it was the last movie that Robert Loggia and Doris Roberts appeared in before they passed away.
You might say the film has a familiar story of a father who has lost the only thing that matters most to him, his family. But that is where the familiarity ends. It is a unique story told in a way not seen before and I was hooked from the beginning; I just couldn't look away. The all-star cast was impressive but it's Frank D'Angelo who steals the limelight as Special Agent Alfonso Palermo. There is a lot of pain and anger in this film, his character displays a full range of emotions. Kudos to Frank, he did a wonderful job. The rest of the cast includes Hollywood greats who turned in phenomenal performances which we've all come to expect over the years. Every following scene I found myself saying "no way, he/she is in it". In the end the main character finds some peace and closure, but I don't want to say anymore and spoil it for anyone. If you are debating seeing this film, debate no further, it's a must see!
Frank D'Angelo is the adult equivalent of a little boy who gives the other kids his toys so they'll play with him. Vanity project doesn't begin to describe this... it's more of an incoherent jumble of scenes imagined by a loner who finished "watching and studying HUNDREDS of movies" (his words, not mine) and thought, "yeah I can do that". And what if that weird, awkward loner then actually had the follow-through and money to hire some old castaways who used to act sometimes and make a feature length image and sound collage (this is no movie)... If that sounds like it could be interesting, then you're on the wrong track. Pure garbage. and at over 2 hrs it's the longest D'Angelo project I've fast forwarded through.