Movie Hype
New Releases, Oscar-Winners and Obscure Movies!
Showing 1-5 of 5
“Damn. All I can say is damn. Yes, that good.”
posted in Movie Hype
#8 of 16 from Cenobitch's Favs of 2010-2011 (DVD releases & Theatrical) by
posted in Movie Hype
#19 of 20 from Top 20 Movies of 2010 by Julian Left by
“The film is so undeniably simple at first impression, doubtless those folks who have seen a good number of genre films and independent movies have come across movies with strong
posted in Movie Hype
#9 of 28 from Best Movies I've Seen In 2010 by
“A stark, raw, gritty, unflinching societal drama set against the backdrop of the Ozarks. Jennifer Lawrence gives one of the year's best performances.”
posted in Movie Hype
#5 of 10 from The Top 10 Best Films of 2010 by
1
Photos
Winter's Bone (2010)
Winter's Bone
About this movie

Wiki

Family loyalty and self-reliance take on whole new meanings in this dark story of one family's desperate struggle to survive in the Ozark woods of southern Missouri. Day-to-day life is tough in the economically depressed, unforgiving harsh rural landscape that's home to the extended Dolly clan, but it's made much tougher thanks to their history of cooking crank and deep involvement in the local drug culture. For Jessup Dolly and the other men of the family, looking out for oneself has become the first priority. Seventeen-year-old Ree (Jennifer Lawrence) has been caring for her mentally ill mother and her two younger siblings while her father runs from the law. Ree has been managing OK, but when the sheriff shows up with news that her father has put the house up as bond collateral and is unlikely to show for his court date, things get desperate. Ree is well aware of the family code of silence, but desperation forces her to confront her relatives in search of her father, regardless of the personal consequences. One by one, Ree's relatives refuse to help, protecting themselves even at the cost of one of their own. This is a dark, often violent film that doesn't shy away from the harsh realities of the manic drug culture permeating some rural areas of the South. It is intense, emotional, and extremely effective: it is at times simultaneously uncomfortable to watch and paradoxically riveting. Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes, and Dale Dickey deliver phenomenally ...
view wiki

Details

Director: Debra Granik
Genre: Drama
Release Date: June 11, 2010
MPAA Rating: R
DVD Release Date: October 26, 2010
Runtime: 100 minutes
Studio: Lionsgate
Lunch Average Rating: +3.2 (16 ratings)
First to Review

"The Bare Bones"
Polls with this movie
127 Hours

Best Picture Nominees 2011

by

© 2014 Lunch.com, LLC All Rights Reserved
Lunch.com - Relevant reviews by real people.
Movie Hype is part of the Lunch.com Network - Get this on your site
()
This is you!
Ranked #
Last login
Member since
reviews
comments
ratings
questions
compliments
lists