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Sand Castles 2016 123movies

Sand Castles 2016 123movies

Tragedy runs through our bloodFeb. 16, 201693 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In rural Indiana, Noah and his impoverished family wrestle with the mysterious return of his now mute sister Lauren, who was kidnapped and held captive for over a decade.
Plot: In rural Indiana, Noah and his impoverished family wrestle with the mysterious return of his now mute sister, Lauren, who was kidnapped and held captive for over a decade.
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Sand Castles 2016 123movies 1 Sand Castles 2016 123movies 26.7/10 Votes: 2,553
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Sand Castles 2016 123movies 7 Sand Castles 2016 123movies 24.7 Votes: 6 Popularity: 4.073

Reviews:

Not For Everyone
For those who rate this movie poorly, I have to assign it to the fact that you didn’t pick up the psychological implications of not only the overt messages, but the messages hidden in the gentle, covert nuances of deep meanings exchanged between the primary characters. If you aren’t an empathetic, deep thinker, this movie isn’t for you. Only those who are, will.
Review By: christyccoker Rating: 9 Date: 2020-08-05
The overall impression you’re left with… is one of immense satisfaction. – Valley Screen and Stage Review
Set in rural Indiana, Sand Castles tells of the impoverished Daly family continually haunted by a tragedy that occurred more than a decade ago. It’s a nightmare that never ends. After a family trip to the beach, little Lauren Daly mysteriously disappeared, snatched by a stranger.

The devastation felt by the remaining family members understandably causes their lives to spiral down, out of control, resulting with dad taking his life while mom (an outstanding Saxon Trainor) drowns in a world of cigarettes and booze, leaving their son Noah (Jordon Hodges) to basically fend for himself.

Then, a decade later, the unimaginable occurs. “There’s no easy way to say this,” a cop tells the family. “We found Lauren.”

Somehow, the little girl, now a teenager, has escaped from the confines of wherever she was held captive, but the trauma of the past ten years or so has resulted in a complete shutdown: she doesn’t speak. The only potential clue to what might have happened to her is a well-worn copy of the Charles Dickens classic Great Expectations. The significance of the novel and why the young girl appears to read and re-read the book is later revealed, but to the frustration of the social worker assigned to the case, Alison Paige (Daniella Grace), Lauren refuses to allow anyone to touch her dog-eared copy. In an attempt to break through the young girl’s silence and hopefully open up a channel of communication with her, Alison buys her own copy of the book and even takes both Lauren and Noah to a local community theatre production of the novel.

Sand Castles – a title referring not only to that fateful day at the beach but also the fragility of an existence that can be swept away by a single wave in one, brief, unexpected moment – is an impressive debut from Jordon Hodges, who here does triple duty as actor, writer and co-producer. There’s little wonder as to why the film has already collected a number of festival awards; Sand Castles has its flaws, but the overall impression you’re left with as you leave the theatre is one of immense satisfaction, the result of witnessing an ambitious story well told and the introduction to a new talent; Jordon Hodges.

As writer, Hodges uses only slight reveals to illustrate important key moments. It’s up to us, the audience, to recognize the clues. Imagine trying to fit pieces of a jig-saw into place but without the aid of the picture on the box. Flashbacks occur, but they’re brief; they flash on the screen in the same way a thought may suddenly spring to mind, lasting just a few seconds, often shorter. With an economy of dialog, feelings are often illustrated by the briefest of glances or an accusatory look. When ex-cop and close family member, Tommy Daly (Randy Spence) buys Lauren her own, small fridge – the kind a student may have for convenience in the dorm – the young girl unexpectedly runs forward and hugs her uncle, burying her head in his chest. It’s a touching and genuinely heartfelt family moment made all the more effective due to the simple absence of dialog. But occasionally there are the odd missteps.

The scene where Tommy’s ex-partner, now detective (Scott Jemison) angrily berates Lauren out of frustration for her continual silence develops into something unnecessarily overwrought and not particularly well-played, plus the sudden romance between Noah and the attractive social worker occurs completely out of nowhere. The moment when Alison suddenly kisses Noah is meant to surprise, which it certainly does, but up until that moment there has been no indication whatsoever of the social worker’s attraction to Lauren’s big brother. The romance needs to happen in order for later events to occur, but somehow that initial moment feels both wrong and unnatural. There’s also the appearance of an important, extra scene that runs in the middle of the closing credits. It’s not an add-on; it’s an integral part of the mystery and needs to be seen earlier rather than at the conclusion of the cast list.

However, backed by an outstanding, atmospheric score from musician Todd Maki and solid performances from Hodges, Trainor and Spence, plus an effective appearance from Clint Howard whose somewhat creepy presence only adds to the overall mystery of Lauren’s kidnapper, director Clenet Verdi-Rose has delivered a feature that needs to venture further than the confines of the festival circuit. More importantly, it introduces us to Jordon Hodges. Remember the name.

* Valley Screen and Stage: David Appleford’s Film and Theatre Reviews

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Review By: RulesForAKnight Rating: 8 Date: 2015-03-09

Other Information:

Original Title Sand Castles
Release Date 2016-02-16
Release Year 2014

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 33 min (93 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Unrated
Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Clenet Verdi-Rose
Writer Jordon Hodges, Bugs Moran
Actors Jordon Hodges, Anne Winters, Randy Spence
Country United States
Awards 13 wins & 11 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Red Epic, Kowa Prominar and Lomo Lenses
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process Kowa Scope (anamorphic), Lomoscope (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format N/A

Sand Castles 2016 123movies
Original title Sand Castles
TMDb Rating 4.7 6 votes

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