🎦 New Life full movie HD download (Drew Waters) - Drama, Romance. 🎬
New Life
Year:
2016
Country:
USA
Genre:
Drama, Romance
IMDB rating:
5.7
Director:
Drew Waters
Barry Corbin as Oscar
Kelsey Formost as Monique Marceau
Nickolaus Schnetzky as Young Ben
Caige Coulter as Young Ava
Drew Waters as New York Client
Terry O'Quinn as Dr. Sumrall
James Marsters as William Morton
Irma P. Hall as Margaret
Erin Bethea as Ava Kennedy
Steven Chester Prince as Charlie Kennedy
Bill Cobbs as Mr. Charles
Kris Lemche as Michael
Storyline: Ben met Ava at age seven standing in his driveway. As the two journey together through the seasons of life, a tragedy occurs that leaves their entire future in jeopardy.
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Reviews
Simple, but effective movie with surprising turns
I was allowed to sit in the audience for the first ever Romford film festival and award show, and I even got to speak with the director Drew Waters after. Since he won the award for best director and a few other awards, his film New Life was the first one I saw the next morning. And I gotta say I really enjoyed New Life. Definitely good directing, as well as good lighting, editing, sound and acting all around.

The story revolves around childhood friends, Ben and Ava, who ultimately begin a relationship. Despite not working at first, they decide to get married, and are even expecting a baby. That is until one day Ava has a miscarriage, and is ultimately diagnosed with cancer. Throughout it all the two love and support each other, and despite things seemingly getting better for the two, fate will go a much darker way for them.

I liked the story, and even though it's a story I feel I've watched a hundred times, Waters still puts his own unique style to it. At one point I thought I was watching a documentary cause that's how good the acting is; feels like they're real people. Can't wait to see what the two leading actors, Jonathan Patrick Moore and Erin Bethea have in store for us in the future. At the awards Waters talked about the casting process and how out of 1,000 other actors, Moore was his first and final pick for the character Ben.

The film throughout worked for me, and many others seeming as Waters won the award for best director. The story ends on a bittersweet note, and I even enjoyed the opening and ending monologues. I don't wanna give it a score; I think movies like these, especially if they're enjoyable to watch should be un-gradable, but I still wanna give it a 7 out of 10.

Definitely worth the watch. Give it a see.
2017-10-09
Too Contrived
Benjamin (Jonathan Patrick Moore) and Ava (Erin Thea) have grown from inseparable childhood friends into an adult loving couple. Their chemistry on screen works well, in my opinion.

However, this modern day "Love Story" has just too many contrivances and cardboard-like characters to be truly effective. The melodrama amidst the tragedy and grief in parts of the film may work for some viewers but I wasn't one of them.

All in all, although the movie tries to end on a poignant note, it was more of a depressing slog than entertainment for me.
2017-08-26
Heartwarming message, but romantic drama falls flat.
This story focuses on the relationship between a loving couple -- and how they weather the ups, downs, and unexpected curve balls life throws at them.

Although there's a tragic twist (which drives a sad character to destruction in a few scenes), overall it's a family-focused film with a solid marriage at its center.

Language is limited to one "oh God" said in a heated moment, and while the main characters are very affectionate.

The message of the movie'd be: Keep going, no matter what kind of hardship comes your way. But the execution is flawed, and there's little here that makes Ben and Ava's story truly compelling to watch.
2017-03-10
📹 New Life full movie HD download 2016 - Barry Corbin, Aria Lyric Leabu, Alexander McPherson, Kelsey Formost, Nickolaus Schnetzky, Caige Coulter, Brenda Jo Reutebuch, Jonathan Patrick Moore, Drew Waters, Terry O'Quinn, James Marsters, Irma P. Hall, Erin Bethea, Steven Chester Prince, Bill Cobbs, Kris Lemche, Sophia Ntovas - USA. 📀
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