Tully Coates, Jr., with his good looks and chiseled body, is the local heartthrob, and while he has a new girlfriend virtually every night, he's incapable of getting close to anyone. His ...
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A woman laments for years following an unseen object that she struck with her car on a New Years Eve back at the turn of the year in 1972. She lives in a stark apartment with an equally ... See full summary »
Tom is crushed when his dog Sophie is hit and killed by a car and angered that someone would drive away without any remorse. As time passes, Tom's anger becomes an obsession to make the hit and run driver pay for his crime.
A DEA agent and a local sheriff have to wrestle with their consciences as they start raids on local farmers, who have started growing marijuana simply to keep their farms operational. Story... See full summary »
Arthur J. Nascarella,
Joel (Alessandro Nivola) lives a solitary existence, rarely straying from his narrow routines of working in a landfill and going through the motions of getting through the day. He faces ... See full summary »
Twenty years of sexual-sentimental adventures of a woman accompanied by hits from the 70's to the present. One protagonist, whose story is told in the first person by eleven different women... See full summary »
Cynthia De Moss
Tully Coates, Jr., with his good looks and chiseled body, is the local heartthrob, and while he has a new girlfriend virtually every night, he's incapable of getting close to anyone. His younger brother Earl, the shy and sensitive type, frequents the local revival house. The only common bond between these disparate siblings is Ella Smalley, an intelligent and even-tempered young woman who returns to their Nebraska hometown to intern at a local veterinarian's clinic. Meanwhile, their father, Tully, Sr., a rancher who gets by with the help of his two sons, carries a brooding sadness, a hint of past wounds too long in healing. The family dynamic is changed forever when several secrets surface.Written by
Sujit R. Varma
Anson Mount, Glenn Fitzgerald, and Julianne Nicholson all had roles on Law and Order Criminal Intent. Julianne was a series regular. See more »
In the junkyard scene with Ella, the replacement hood they find on the yellow Cadillac is an early '80s style hood, but when the hood is shown on Tully's Cadillac, it's an early '70s style. The cowl lines are noticeably different between these two styles. See more »
You know what? Why don't you just go fuck yourself?
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Was it great acting or great directing or a great script that made this film work so well? The people in the movie Tully are not one dimensional, they are real people. I loved all of them. The way the father pursed his lips.
The way Tully sometimes looked handsome, sometimes plain. The way Ella gave just the right thing at the right time. The way the clerk cheerfully bantered. The way Earl corrected Tully's misremembering. The town sleaze's greasy humor. I wish I knew any of them, even April! :) The main thing that struck me about Tully is the trueness of the dialog. It was minimal, the way people really are, shown from the outside in, without being corny. Everyone gave great performances. The movie is special. Hope I see more of every actor in this film, all of whom were new to me. All were MEMORABLE. That says a lot because I think I have early Alzheimers! Too bad this movie wasn't a hit. I wish I lived on a farm and/or had this kind of sensitive, nuanced experience everyday! Unpretentious.
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