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Año: 1998

Director: John Duigan

Intérpretes: Elisabeth Shue, Aaron Eckhart, Jill Hennessy, D. W. Moffett

Calificación moral: Autorizada para todos los públicos

Duración: 1h 38min

Sinopsis:
Imagínese ver las cosas a través de los ojos inocentes de una niña... toda la vida. Molly McKay es una joven hermosa y llena de vitalidad, que aunque tiene una discapacidad mental, no está dispuesta a dejar que la vida se le escape. Protagonizada por Elisabeth Shue ­ nominada para un Oscar de la Academia* ­ ³Molly² es una conmovedora historia que nos recuerda lo lejos que puede llegar un ser humano.
Molly (Shue) es una joven alegre de 28 años con unas ganas de vivir inmensas, a pesar de ser autista desde su nacimiento. Su hermano Buck (Aaron Eckhart) ­ que con 32 años tiene una apretada agenda social y gran éxito en el trabajo ­ apenas ha tenido contacto con ella hasta ese momento. Pero la residencia donde Molly vive es clausurada, y Buck se da cuenta de que no sólo tiene que darle a Molly un hogar, sino que también necesita atención... todo el día. Con su visión infantil y su enorme energía, Molly entra como un torbellino en la vida de su hermano y transforma su ordenado mundo en un auténtico caos. Y justo cuando Buck está al límite de su paciencia, los médicos ofrecen a Molly la posibilidad de someterse a una nueva operación que podría curarla por completo, pero... ¿merece la pena el riesgo? Molly parece convencida de ello y dispuesta a seguir adelante.
*1995 Mejor Actriz, Leaving Las Vegas

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Molly Es Una Joven Autista, Que Siempre Ha Vivido En Un Centro Hospitalario. Sus Padres Murieron En Un Accidente, Y Ahora Su Hermano, Que Hace Años Que No La Ha Visto, Debe Ocuparse De Ella.


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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazon MAKES these DVDs and sell them as new even though they are DVD-R copies. Three copies sent are ALL DEFECTIVE!!! 26 de junio de 2016
Por Neal - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
I've yet to see the end of this movie because Amazon MAKES these DVDs. This means these are DVD-R discs and EVERY COPY out of three copies I've had sent to me has been defective. The movie freezes at 59:42 on EVERY COPY! Why don't they just make it rentable?!?! As if that wasn't bad enough, I'm very upset with the so-called expert Amazon reviewer. He thought so little of the acting in this, it's clear to me this person has no clue what good acting is. Elizabeth Shue never even got a nomination for this amazing performance of a very challenging role, but did for Leaving Las Vegas. In Molly she's kind of a female version of DeNiro in Awakenings which was even more amazing being mostly true story with a much better script. I think the Amazon reviewer should have that hole in head drilling experiment done to him since his review was insulting and as pompous as Siskle & Eibert reviews used to be.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Pretty good depiction of autism, but not flawless 27 de enero de 2014
Por Peter C. Johnson - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
My wife and I watched this film due to our interest in the subject matter. We have two children on the autism spectrum, one of whom is somewhat severely affected, and were curious to see what sort of portrayal this film would make. To be honest, much of the depiction of Elizabeth Shue's character in this film is spot-on, if our experience is any indication. In this film, she strips in public because she feels too warm, lines up objects, and even takes comfort in holding a piece of string - all exactly like our son. Though Shue's performance was quite strong, I didn't feel that the other characters were portrayed with very much color or development. And, though the plot line wasn't weak, per se, it wasn't exceptionally strong either. It felt a bit like they were reworking the main theme of the 1991 film "Awakenings" without giving the plot much in terms of original twists, direction, or development of a more deep and nuanced message. I give it four stars on the strength of Shue's performance and the movie's depiction of the signs of autism.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My family loves this movie and I'm so happy that Amazon was able to ship me a non-defective ... 12 de octubre de 2016
Por Jen - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
The first two discs that I received were not in proper working order. They both stopped in the same place, Chapter 16, scene where they are watching a play, and nothing played past that point. The third time was the charm, this disc works perfectly. My family loves this movie and I'm so happy that Amazon was able to ship me a non-defective disc. Never had a problem in having Amazon ship me a new disc or providing me information to return the defective discs. Thanks for the excellent customer service!!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This movie is sweet but poignant 3 de febrero de 2016
Por Lisa Larsen - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This movie is sweet but poignant. There's a lot of good intelligent humor interlaced with facts and research and education, married to an engrossing emotional plot. We have a family member with Asperger's disorder and could truly relate to this movie. However it's not necessary for one to be personally involved with Asperger's to thoroughly enjoy Molly.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Part "Awakenings", Part "Charly", All Elisabeth Shue... 21 de agosto de 2010
Por Benjamin J Burgraff - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
With the 2010 release of the surprisingly entertaining "Piranha 3D", audiences have started taking notice of it's star, Elisabeth Shue, again, and if your knowledge of her work consists of "Adventures in Babysitting" and "Leaving Las Vegas", I highly recommend her performance in "Molly". This 1999 'sleeper' was largely ignored when released (as it is, admittedly, cut from the same cloth as the 1968 Cliff Robertson 'Oscar'-winner, "Charly", and 1990's "Awakenings", which showcased Robert De Niro in a similar role). What sets this film apart, however, is Shue's often radiant portrait of a sensitive soul entombed in an autistic 'shell', and Aaron Eckhart's equally effective portrayal as her loving, if frustrated older brother. The pair play off each other extremely well, particularly after an experimental surgery gradually, if only temporarily, lifts her mind out of the fog. As she rushes to absorb 25 lost years of growth (including an understandable confusion over her new-found sexuality), he discovers the sister he never had a chance to know as more than a child. While the inevitable reversal is tragic, the message is positive, and life-affirming, for both of them, and the audience, as well.

A major plus for "Molly" is it's terrific supporting cast, particularly Thomas Jane, as Molly's best friend, a slightly mentally-impaired trustee at the mental care center (am I the only one who thinks Jane and Eckhart look like they could be brothers?), and beautiful Jill Hennessy, as the sympathetic doctor who suggests experimental surgery. In a small but showy role, early in the picture, Lucy Liu, just a year away from "Charlie's Angels" stardom, has a cute scene as Eckhart's assistant, dealing with a clothing-challenged Molly.

Is this a 'great' film? No, it has pretty obvious flaws and more than it's share of cliches. But it IS very good, and certainly worth watching, if you enjoy Elisabeth Shue and a fine ensemble of actors...and the price simply can't be beat!

Check it out!


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