Watch: The End of Love 2012 123movies, Full Movie Online – Mark is an actor, recently widowed and the father of two year old Isaac. Beyond Mark’s time with Isaac who he truly loves, Mark’s life is a mess. He is struggling as an actor, always hoping but somewhat delusional about his chances at getting the acting jobs for which he’s auditioned. He makes no attempt at earning a living in any other manner. As such, he often needs to borrow money from his friends, always saying that the money will be returned soon. They share an apartment with Tim and Ray – it being Tim’s apartment – and are behind in paying Tim rent, their share which Tim has to cover in the meantime. Mark wants to lead the Hollywood actor life, which is made all the more difficult in being Isaac’s sole caregiver. Mark has intimacy issues stemming solely from the last encounter he had with his wife before her tragic accidental death. All these issues combined lead to Mark not being able to provide Isaac with much of a life, again beyond the time that they are able to spend together. Mark’s life may take a turn when he and Isaac meet Lydia, the owner/operator of a children’s playspace. Lydia is a single mother herself of adolescent Bebel. Mark and Lydia are attracted to each other. Lydia’s life is more put together than Mark’s, and their relationship may have that hurdle of Mark’s intimacy issue to survive..
Plot: Mark is a struggling actor stuck between the life he once knew and the one waiting for him. When the mother of his two-year-old son suddenly passes away, Mark is forced to confront his shortcomings. Their fates, now intertwined, hang in the balance as Mark grapples with his ability to grow up. When he meets Lydia, a young mother, he is no longer able to live in the comfort of denial.
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Being a single Dad, I could feel the same emotions this guy was going through. The awkward relationship moments, the moments of hope when you think everything’s gonna be okay, and then you get broadsided by some ridiculous turn of events that costs you your last few bucks. And all the while you’ve gotta figure out where to find food and shelter for your kid. Mark Webber has full-on captured this part of life. It was painful to watch, and I could have easily lost it and cried if had allowed myself that luxury, but like Mark in the movie, you don’t always have that safe place to really let go and get it all out. What a great movie he has written and directed!
Still In Hollywood
Quite possibly the most frightening movie I’ve seen since Amour, and the single most effective ad for birth control. Writer and director Mark Webber plays Mark, a single dad in Hollywood, and enlists his friends to play unflattering versions of themselves.
Mark is struggling. He’s a widowed dad and an aspiring actor who is potentially THE WORST dirty talker around. Dragging around his kid, Isaac, wherever he goes and borrowing money from one friend to pay back another, he still seems pretty oblivious to reality. And while his resilience is admirable, it can be pretty painful to witness his embarrassments.
The first half of the story is pretty unremarkable. Similar to how Mark treats his kid, the movie drags us by the hand from place to place with no focus or direction and has all the excitement of running errands. Things do pick up in the second half, however, with the film’s strongest scenes stacked up next to each other as it becomes genuinely engaging for perhaps the first time. Unfortunately, it runs out of track before it can stick the landing.
The real pearl here is the relationship between Mark and Isaac (Issac Love) and the performance Webber draws from his real-life son. The two have a wonderful, genuine connection that carries most of the film. I may have been pulled in further had he not been a dead ringer for the kid from Pet Sematary. However, one couldn’t help pity the poor little guy for some of the situations he’s put in, as Mark is so desperate for someone to share his pain, he forces his son to experience loss so that Mark doesn’t have to face it alone. One imagines this is just the beginning.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 29 min (89 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director Mark Webber
Writer Mark Webber
Actors Mark Webber, Alia Shawkat, Shannyn Sossamon
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
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Camera Canon 5D
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