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(227) 4.5 82 min 2018

In Echo Park is a movie starring Andrew Asper, Jared Brown, and Bryan Michael Nunez. The lives of a street punk, a millennial couple, and a Salvadoran teenager being recruited by a local gang collide, forming an interlocking story...

Starring
Bryan Michael Nunez, Jared Brown, Andrew Asper, Timothy Lee DePriest
Genres
Crime, Drama
Director
Nathaniel Lezra

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Drama
Director Nathaniel Lezra
Writer Nathaniel Lezra
Stars Bryan Michael Nunez, Jared Brown, Andrew Asper, Timothy Lee DePriest
Country USA
Also Known As Echoes
Runtime 1H 22M
Description The lives of a street punk, a millennial couple, and a Salvadoran teenager being recruited by a local gang collide, forming an interlocking story of class and identity in Echo Park, Los Angeles.

Top reviews

Sunday, 23 Aug 2020 05:15

Well, what can I say? It's the best movie I've seen in a long time! I'm not sure I can explain the feeling I have after watching this movie. What can I say about it, it's a very good movie. Not much can be said about it, but it's definitely worth watching. The characters are very well made, and the actors have done a good job. The film is not a drama, it's a lot more. The movie shows the problems of immigrants, and the love and friendship between two people. I'm a little bit disappointed, but that's my opinion. This is the first time I've seen a movie that is not a comedy, so that is something new to me. I think that movies that are serious are not always the best. The most important thing is, don't let me be wrong. I like movies like "A Mighty Wind" (Michael York), "Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon" (Danny Lee), "The Matrix" (M. Night Shyamalan) and "The Sixth Sense" (Hollis Wang) or "Adaptation" (Matthew Quick), but it doesn't mean I love all of them. I'm only saying this, because I think most people who saw "The Matrix" and "Adaptation" (The Sixth Sense) just don't like movies with serious themes. That is a shame, because some of the best movies I've seen, like "The Interpreter" (Ngo Van Niekerk), "War of the Worlds" (Lasse Hallstrom), "Apocalypse Now" (Orson Welles) or "Gladiator" (Robert Ludlum), are not really comedies. So, what should I say about this movie? It's definitely one of the best movies I've seen in a long time, and I'm not sure if I'm the only one who says that. It's worth watching, I definitely recommend it to anyone who likes to watch movies, and it's very funny. I really recommend it, if you haven't seen it yet.
Monday, 06 Jul 2020 23:29

This is an excellent film. While not your average Hollywood production, it is well worth seeing. My first thought upon seeing this film was "this is one of those films that have more to offer than its budget allows." It is certainly one of those films. While not a Hollywood film, it is the rare film that does justice to its source material, its plot, and its characters. It's the story of a former gang member (Adam Sandler) who is released from prison after serving time for a murder that he did not commit. He is now trying to rebuild his life, try to regain his identity, and to find himself again. Unfortunately, this is not easy. Like so many other movies made on a shoestring budget, it looks and feels cheap. I didn't like the way the movie was shot. It was very low budget, and there were many long takes of the actors in various situations. It was very distracting. The actors were also very unprofessional. I am not a fan of Adam Sandler, but I know that the person I am talking to is a fan, and I must admit that he was very good in this movie. However, the real star of the film is Steven Bauer. While he was only in the film for a few scenes, he did a great job. His character was very original, and his style was very unique. I believe that the filmmakers should have given him more screen time in the film, as I think he could have made a great villain. As for the characters, I must admit that I liked the way the story was told. It was not overly simple, and it did not feel as if it was written by a committee. It was realistic, and it showed real issues that happen everyday in the lives of people in Los Angeles. The story is interesting, the characters are interesting, and the direction of the film was very well done. While the story is simple and the plot is very predictable, it was very original. I think the filmmakers did an excellent job at keeping the audience guessing throughout the movie. I will give this film a 9 out of 10.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 10:01

I think that a lot of people have underestimated this film. I've heard a lot of reviews of how it wasn't exactly a real documentary. But if you look at the more than two hours that it takes to get to the point where we get to know the characters and the situation that they find themselves in, it's not a documentary at all. I'm guessing that the people who did think that it was a documentary didn't know the rules of film making. So if you do see this film, don't expect it to be some documentary of the typical teen/adult types that we're used to seeing in movies. I think that most of the people that saw it just didn't get the point. It's very hard to say what the point is and that's what makes it so interesting to watch. It makes you think about the way you see the world. So many movies today are based on the love/hate/trust/hate type of things. What you're seeing in this film is a lot of things that people have actually experienced. And I think that's what's so interesting about it. And I think that the characters that they brought in were really unique. They were a lot like people that I know in my life. There's a lot of people that you would think would say, "this movie is a waste of time." But I think that it's worth seeing it for the characters that they brought in and the way they interact with each other. They're very unique and I think that's what makes it so interesting to watch. I really liked the way that they handled the death of the mother. It's so sad and I think that it's very powerful that it's not only how they handle the death of the mother but how they handle the death of their mother. I think it's a really powerful scene because it's something that I've never experienced. It's almost like the death of a mother. It's something that you can't help but think about. I think that the director did a really good job with it. So I think that the story is really well thought out and the way that the characters react to the death of their mother is really something that I would never see in real life. And the way that they deal with it is very well thought out and I think that's why it's so interesting to watch. So if you want to see a film that's really well thought out, that's really well acted, that's really well directed, and that's really well written, then I would definitely recommend seeing this film. It's definitely worth it. It's worth a lot of money.


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