Blowtorch is the Brooklyn story of Ann Willis, a recently widowed and financially struggling, mother of three. When her oldest son is murdered, she inexorably takes the investigation into her own hands.
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Jennifer Hamilton Collins
Two brothers witness the murder of their parents and grow up dealing with the tragedy in very different ways. As one brother struggles with mental illness and sleep paralysis, the other finds success in the unique world of found object art.
Thomas Francis Murphy
It's tough to believe a movie this good only has 8 reviews. What's even harder to believe is why someone would only rank this film a 3 out of 10 claiming it is a big waste of time. I don't even think he bothered to watch it. Why would someone only write a 1 line review. That is not a fair review by any means.
This dramatic and often comedic movie portrays a little slice of Texas, it's people and it's hospitality. Juniper rubs off on one man in a very good way when he takes the time to open his eyes and look around, seeing a small town full of wonder people for the first time. The acting was, in my opinion, top-notch. The movie was engaging, funny and real. Spend a little time and watch Texas Heart; you'll be glad you did and then you'll tell your friends about it as well.
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