Watch: Faraway Eyes 2020 123movies, Full Movie Online – As Michael is lifted from the scene of his car crash and finds himself in a very bright room with a very strange lady, he learns that for his soul to reach the next plane, he needs to find a mate. If you think dating in life was hard, in death it is harder..
Plot: As Michael is lifted from the scene of his car crash and finds himself in a very bright room with a very strange lady, he learns that for his soul to reach the next plane, he needs to find a mate. If you think dating in life was hard, in death it is harder.
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Movie Review: Here After
IN A NUTSHELL: Thank you to Vertical Entertainment for giving me a press screener so that I could preview their film for you! Their synopsis of the movie describes it like this: A struggling actor, Michael, dies right after a bad breakup, awakening to a singles Purgatory where he must find his soul mate in order to cross over to the other side. With limited time to find true love among other recently deceased single New Yorkers, Michael must navigate the new customs of a ghostly dating life…as if dating in New York wasn’t hard enough already. When he meets the woman of his dreams, who happens to be alive, Michael must figure out how to cheat the system to cross over with her.
The film is written and directed by Harry Greenberger. He also produced the movie with Carmine Famiglietti.
THINGS I LIKED: It’s an interesting, goofy premise for a story and an interesting perspective on what hell would be like.
Christina Ricci looks amazing. When is she going to start aging? If you’re a fan, check out her most recent movie called Percy vs. Goliath with Christopher Walken. It was also released in 2021.
You get to enjoy beautiful New York City.
Great idea for an opening scene, even though it was super crude.
When I saw Jackie Cruz, I totally thought it was Cheryl Burke from “Dancing with the Stars” making it into movies! They look similar, don’t you think?
The movie features the new, original song “Mysteries of Life” sung by Debby Harry.
There are some little gems of wisdom tucked into the script.
Andy Karl plays the leading man and does a good job. I hadn’t seen him in anything before, so it was a nice introduction. He nails some of the moments but misses opportunities on other ones. Unfortunately, they didn’t use CGI very much that could have allowed him to really use his body more, but I could tell he was holding back in his physicality sometimes. An example of that is when he wanted to hit someone. He moves his arm close but then pulls back. Utilizing visual effects could have helped him with his performance to really go all out.
There are some sweet dedications at the end of the film.
THINGS I DIDN’T LIKE: It started great but then quickly screeched to a halt.
Some of the acting is not very good.
I thought there were some odd casting choices.
There were so many missed opportunities for funny visual gags of a dead man trying to navigate the mortal world.
Some scenes dragged on and on.
There is some comedy but not all of the jokes land.
The rules of the afterlife are nonsensical.
Just put on a bra already… Terrible on-screen kissing.
Who names their child “Honey Bee”?
TIPS FOR PARENTS: Crude talk about sex and women Profanity, including lots of F-bombs You see full female front nudity, as well as the naked rear-end of a guy Lots of alcohol
You can see my full movie review on my Movie Review Mom YouTube channel!
Proof of a few things . . .
1 – That Actors (Writers and Filmmakers) constantly do stories about, well Actors and themselves. They are way too impressed with themselves and think they are interesting enough for the rest of us to care about these endless expressions of being, well, Actors.
2 – New Yorkers constantly do stories about, well New Yorkers and themselves. They are way too impressed with themselves and think they are interesting enough for the rest of us to care about these endless expressions of being, well, New Yorkers — otherwise, with the ability to pretty much blink themselves to another place, why in the hell would they stay there? Being in NY city for a possible eternity is in itself, close enough to being in hell!
3 – Short sighted people really do believe that the foolishness we live on this plane, carry on throughout the entire universe on all levels of existence. How can anything be so short-sighted?
4 – That men who have no ability to communicate in life will be equally as daft and absurd in an afterlife, and still make zero sense! Dear God let’s hope not.
5 – That childish, misogynistic screenwriters will still be calling grown women ‘girls’ even in the afterlife, and not have graduated to any new level of understanding or respect. Again, Dear God let’s hope not.
6 – That mediocre filmmakers can still get funding for mediocre films, while too many brilliant filmmakers struggle unfairly and ridiculously to get their films done.
7 – That grown men are still fascinated with sneaking peaks at naked women in inappropriate places as if they are grown-ups, when in fact they are just simple-minded pre-adolescent boys.
8 – That the logic you create in a film, no matter how implausible, can then become even more implausible when you change your own logic from scene to scene.
9 – That well known actors like Christina Ricci will deliver any kind of idiotic lines given to her. I guess that is a professional, huh?
10 – That Writer/Director Harry Greenberger has big time connections, and we pray he becomes a better filmmaker.
11 – That the Music Director has a promising future as does the Cinematographer, hopefully.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 1 min (121 min)
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
Director Harry Greenberger
Writer Harry Greenberger
Actors Andy Karl, Nora Arnezeder, Christina Ricci
Country United States
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