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(5358) 6.7 103 min 2018

Puzzle is a movie starring Kelly Macdonald, Irrfan Khan, and David Denman. Agnes, taken for granted as a suburban mother, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world - where her life...

Starring
Kelly Macdonald, Bubba Weiler, David Denman, Irrfan Khan
Genres
Drama
Director
Marc Turtletaub

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Marc Turtletaub
Writer Natalia Smirnoff, Polly Mann, Oren Moverman
Stars Kelly Macdonald, Bubba Weiler, David Denman, Irrfan Khan
Country USA
Also Known As O Quebra-Cabeça, パズル 戦慄のゲーム
Runtime 1H 43M
Description Agnes, taken for granted as a suburban mother, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world - where her life unfolds in ways she could never have imagined.

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Friday, 23 Oct 2020 06:26

While this film is not a great film, it is a good film. It's certainly worth watching, although it's not what you think it is. It's a story about a husband who's wife has passed away. She's recently gone from the house and he hasn't been to see her since. He has been working hard, but he's not that good at it, so he's been looking for something to distract him from his job. He's talked to a man who's a programmer, and the man has told him that if he's ever in a tight spot he could just ask him to show him a puzzle. So, he goes to the house, and there he meets the mother of his co-worker. They spend a while talking, and she offers him some help. She gets him to work with her on a puzzle. But, he doesn't like puzzles. He's always told it's something to do with the brain and he's never been able to find out what it is. He doesn't like the pressure he gets from work, but he likes the woman, and he finds she's not the mean person she makes him out to be. He finds out that she's in love with him and the two of them are in love. But, when he finds out she's cheating on him with this other guy, he really starts to hate her. He wants to leave, but the woman is really stubborn. She can't let go of the man she loves, and he feels like a failure. He finally does get out and leaves, but he feels like he's just going through the motions. He really doesn't know what else to do. The woman finally finds out that she's pregnant. She takes him to the man she loves, and he's just too busy to care. She tells him that if he wants to be with her he should just give in and come live with her. So, he comes to live with her. And, at first, he doesn't care what he's going to do. He's really just following orders. But, when he finds out he's pregnant, he really gets into it and wants to stay with her. He decides to come and live with her, and he finds out she's already been living with another man. He finds out he's not as the man he thought he was, and he finds out she's pregnant. He really doesn't know what to do, and he goes on a road trip to find her. He finds out she's been cheating on him, and he gets really mad. He really doesn't like her, but he really wants to stay with her. He gets out and goes to the woman he loves. He goes out to kill her. But, the woman, she really doesn't want that to happen. She's got a baby and she really doesn't want to lose her baby. And, that's why she really doesn't want to kill him. That's what I found interesting. He doesn't want to kill him, but she does want to kill him. She really does want him dead, but she knows he's only going to get the chance to kill her anyway. He's got a baby and he really doesn't want to lose it. So, he goes to the woman he loves, and he's really really angry. He's got a gun, and he's really going to kill her, and he doesn't know what else to do. He really really doesn't know
Wednesday, 23 Sep 2020 13:34

I found this movie to be very strong and believable. This movie has a very simple plot, but I didn't find it to be confusing or hard to follow. It is not the kind of movie that would be played for a 7 year old's attention. The story is about a group of young people that have been raised in the foster system. One of the group is a boy named James (Stephen Dorff). He has been through several foster homes over his lifetime. He was brought up in a foster home with a mother that did not want him. She told him that he was a bad influence on his brother. He ended up staying with his mother. After the foster mother died, he was taken to a home that was for girls. He was told that they would be better and more respectful. He was also told that the boys that they were going to take care of were not suitable for him. He was able to prove his case and was given a home. He was able to grow as a person because of his new friends. He was very good at sports and wanted to be the best at it. He ended up playing baseball and then soccer. He started a new relationship with a girl named Melanie (Marisa Tomei). It seems that the parents of the children were more accepting of the other children that were at the home. After seeing James's relationship with Melanie, she began to have feelings for him. She started to be more affectionate with him. After a few weeks, he was able to talk to her. It seemed that he was finally able to trust her. This was the beginning of his relationship with her. It was interesting to see what the foster parents were going through and how they were dealing with their children. The ending was very emotional and it touched me. I felt for the children and the relationship that was established. Overall, this was a good movie that was more then what I was expecting. I would definitely recommend this movie for a family to see.


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