#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – LIKE SUNDAY, LIKE RAIN tells the story of Reggie, a 12 year old rich prodigy who lives in a castle in New York, surrounded by wealth but living a lonely life as his parents are frequently absent. Eleanor is a young musician going through the pains of growing up, who is having problems with her boyfriend and was recently fired from her job. This is a beautiful story about discovery and acceptance.
Plot: A struggling musician becomes a 12-year-old musical prodigy’s guardian for a summer.
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> Being pro nanny isn’t an option to babysit some kids.
I don’t know how many you will agree with me that it was an underrated movie of the year. This film was so poetic, very unusual theme, but you have to understand it, otherwise it will be a plain babysitting movie. I believe as the filmmaker said, it was inspired by the real and so tried to be true as much as possible. The entire film was shot in just 20 days and there’s no compromise in quality or the performances.
It was a tight call, to label it as a coming-of-age movie, because the definition does not match as the boy in the film was very matured, but only the end answers for that. It all begins with a 23 year old Eleanor, who broke-up with her boyfriend, at a same time lost the job. Standing in the middle of the street knowing nothing about what to do next, luckily a job offer comes her way. A temporary nanny job, to look after a 12 year old wealthy prodigy, Reggie. Subsequently the true narration begins where these two spend those two months together.
> “Welcome to the weirdness. I’m just trying to navigate
> a course towards safety & sanity best way I know how.”
I have seen many movies of Leighton Meester, but not that at least one pops-out of my mind, other than maybe ‘The Roommates’. This film might not bring her any awards, but definitely remembered for her simple and perfect character display. I have never seen this boy before, he was just a movie old and awesome as a genius boy. The screenplay was very naturalistic, sensitive, no twists, no sideshows, whatsoever to distract from the main focal point. There’s only one perspective where the story flows in one direction, i.e., these two characters. Only the end splits as similar to the opening sequences like the before they came together.
The movie reminded me ‘Uptown Girls’, except the boy in place the girl. Only for the one reason, because in both the film the kids were very smart and matured more than their nannies. One film was a comedy-drama and the other one was a music-drama. But like I earlier mentioned, the end scene leaves a new dimensional meaning of the movie you have watched and understood from the initial parts.
It runs at the pace of a snail, so requires patience, but the music was so sweet that you might adapt the slow narration and drift till the end like I did. The film is not proving anything, but just an another perspective of one of the human emotion from the millions relating to the relationship and its uncertainty. The best way to get the movie is trying to understand the fusion of the characters from their mentality, not by the physical appearances. I suggest simply to skip it if you are looking for an entertainment or the inspiration, because it is none of that. An ordinary flick with an emotional conclusion and only a very few would end in happy of seeing it.
Heartwarming and charming, a refreshing take on life.
Beautiful. I think I fell in love with you, but I haven’t grown up yet, but you have left. I am also reluctant to separate, but I have never retained. You and I deserve a better life. It’s love. Everyone in this world is lonely, a few are lonely, a few are deserted
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min)
Genre Drama, Music
Director Frank Whaley
Writer Frank Whaley
Actors Julian Shatkin, Olga Merediz, Debra Messing
Country United States
Awards 6 wins
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Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
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