DVD Something Real and Good

DVD Something Real and Good
DVD Something Real and Good
Rating: 6.0
Genres: Drama
Director: Luke Rivett
Writers: Erin Carroll
Stars: Alex Hannant, Matt Jones, Colton Castaneda
A young man and woman meet by chance in an airport while waiting for a delayed flight. When the plane is rerouted, they decide to make the best of it, and over the course of one night, realize that sometimes it takes a detour to make a connection. Written by Rebecca Green
Country: USA
Release Date: 5 March 2013 (USA)


  1. I saw this movie the other day, at home, choosing this brand new tittle over like fifty others waiting for a first watch. The reason I chose this one is simple. The poster and the tittle talk about human relationships, traveling and maybe – just maybe – love. That's enough for me.

    I have to say that no one could honestly say this is a great movie. It doesn't have to be either. It's just a nice little story trying to find its place. And it does find its place, as long as one can figure out how fascinating is to depict yourself in the eyes of a stranger.

    Everyone is a stranger in an airport. This story deals with this simple truth, and keeps it simple. Simple and warm. As the dialogue, as the tone. Words and ideas are the main theme here. Everything else is left aside, specially sophistication or cynicism.

    The result, from my point of view, is a nice little piece of art, of true human contact, of genuinely funny entertainment. The boy and the girl talk about themselves, and may discover something in the way. Does anyone ask for more in a production like this? Not me.

  2. This is a story about a complicated girl and a complicated boy randomly meeting in an airport then in the span of one night develop a deep emotional and personal relationship. Not likely. In real life this will never happen which makes this a fairytale of sorts. From the moment you hit play you know exactly where it's going. You could drive a mach truck through some of the holes in the plot but still it's a nice ride watching characters develop and the story unfold. Actually, it's a refreshing change from most of the romantic films of late. No sex or even one nude shot. It's mostly all dialog between the two main characters and it builds and keeps you into it for over hour and half. That is actually pretty impressive in itself.

  3. I really enjoyed this movie about two direction less people who find direction in each other. As the movie develops we begin to care for these two nameless people as they struggle to define each other. It's a fun film for a rainy day if you like some quiet reflection and thoughtfulness.

    Of course, Alex Hannant, is a very pretty woman to watch and her character is intrigued by quirky unassuming Matt Jones. They playfully provoke each other, testing each other's limits, and discovering their own selves.

    There is no sex, drugs, or violence, just a lot of poignant provocation.

    I had a god time watching it.

  4. it was quite good. you know is what we need to see. without drama and illness and accidents. actually it was something real and good. it is like we talk to a friend. a friend who doesn't know us so good. so we are not afraid to talk for our deep emotions. i think that you are going to feel bored in a way , by watching that film. but in the end.. you are going to say.. " oh my god.. this is me.. or this was me"! you would be relieved.. so the plot : a woman and a man meet each other and they spend a night together talking about their lives. it reminds me a little bit of " before sunrise".. without the romance and enforced by more cynicism.

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