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Король Лев (1994)
# 47 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Charlize Theron »
# 185 on STARmeter

In Patrick Kong's latest movie "Never Too Late", the main characters (Alex Fong and Cecilia So) got lost in their relationship because of their timidity and inferiority.

Freeride.cz and Inmove Films present the official trailer of “NEVER TOO LATE MOVIE”, a full-
length snowboard movie from Czech Republic and Slovakia.

There hasn’t been a big snowboard movie project in Czech Republic & Slovakia for a long time. This fall it’s luckily going to change, because Freeride.cz online magazine and Inmove Films joined their forces with some of the best Czech & Slovak riders to create a movie project called NEVER TOO LATE MOVIE.

“Hundreds of various edits appear on internet nowadays, but we’d like to continue the tradition of full-length movies. And mainly show riding by our boys, because they are much closer to Czech & Slovak snowboard community than all ‘superstars’ from all over the world,” says Martin Vecerka, Freeride.cz editor-in- chief and the movie producer.

Our wish at Reelhouse is for its content to be available world wide. Certain criteria must be met before this can be made a reality, and we are working hard to make this happen. We want this as badly as you do. Stay tuned!

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Король Лев (1994)
# 47 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Charlize Theron »
# 185 on STARmeter

In Patrick Kong's latest movie "Never Too Late", the main characters (Alex Fong and Cecilia So) got lost in their relationship because of their timidity and inferiority.

Our wish at Reelhouse is for its content to be available world wide. Certain criteria must be met before this can be made a reality, and we are working hard to make this happen. We want this as badly as you do. Stay tuned!

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Король Лев (1994)
# 47 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Charlize Theron »
# 185 on STARmeter

In Patrick Kong's latest movie "Never Too Late", the main characters (Alex Fong and Cecilia So) got lost in their relationship because of their timidity and inferiority.

Freeride.cz and Inmove Films present the official trailer of “NEVER TOO LATE MOVIE”, a full-
length snowboard movie from Czech Republic and Slovakia.

There hasn’t been a big snowboard movie project in Czech Republic & Slovakia for a long time. This fall it’s luckily going to change, because Freeride.cz online magazine and Inmove Films joined their forces with some of the best Czech & Slovak riders to create a movie project called NEVER TOO LATE MOVIE.

“Hundreds of various edits appear on internet nowadays, but we’d like to continue the tradition of full-length movies. And mainly show riding by our boys, because they are much closer to Czech & Slovak snowboard community than all ‘superstars’ from all over the world,” says Martin Vecerka, Freeride.cz editor-in- chief and the movie producer.

THEY don't make pictures like "Never Too Late" in Hollywood anymore—at least, not very often. For that we can thank our lucky stars, because no matter how much this screen version of Sumner Arthur Long's pellucid play, which ran for more than two years on Broadway, may hash and rehash the same jokes that clobbered the Broadway suckers while offering the same horse-faced Paul Ford in the role of the thunder-struck husband he gulped and gargled on the stage, it is still pretty small potatoes up there on the Panavision screen. It is not the sort of picture that points toward a brave new world.

Maybe you saw the stage production. If you did, you saw virtually everything they have in the film that opened at the Music Hall yesterday, including that bit of vulgar business with a bathroom furnishing.

They have Mr. Ford, dour and snarling, virtually dropping his upper plate when his sweet, patient wife, Maureen O'Sullivan, tells him she is going to have a baby. They have him howling with confusion and resentment when his daughter, Connie Stevens, undertakes to keep him watered and fed, after a fashion, as his wife takes it easy upstairs. They have him snapping and jawing at Jim Hutton, his lackluster son-in-law, and bristling at all the neighbors who tease him about approaching fatherhood.

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