Honey Pie

Honey Pie

Honey Pie is a movie starring Austin Ebert and Rebecca Whittenhall. Celeste Lam (Rebecca Whittenhall), a former Hollywood child star in her mid-twenties, has become a recluse. Danny (Austin Ebert), an obsessed fanatic, breaks into...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Michael Muldowney, Liz Johnson
Writer
Michael Muldowney, Michael Muldowney
Actors
Austin Ebert, Rebecca Whittenhall
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Honey Pie» (21)

Jordan avatar
Jordan

Celeste Lam (Rebecca Whittenhall), a former Hollywood child star in her mid-twenties, has become a recluse. Danny (Austin Ebert), an obsessed fanatic, breaks into her Chicago apartment and holds her captive as he tries to convince her to love him. He soon discovers she is quite different from the woman he's imagined.

Joyce Coleman avatar
Joyce Coleman

Still entranced one week after viewing. This is one the greatest films ever made.

Harry avatar
Harry

I want to point out that the movie might have been long but I enjoyed every second of the movie and it was not a drag at all. There is no other way that would have made a perfect movie like this better.

Julia H. avatar
Julia H.

I can safely say it is epic, on a visual and plot line scale! Austin Ebert freeman is always outstanding in his roles even in this film he proves it again in delivering excellent performance!

Helen Ellis avatar
Helen Ellis

I enjoyed this. You might too!

Samantha W. avatar
Samantha W.

I love everything about this movie. Rebecca Whittenhall and Austin Ebert play well off each other.

Christine H. avatar
Christine H.

I gave to all credit story writer and director. Actors they well performed, Must watch film 2 times in lifetime.

Craig Reed avatar
Craig Reed

I loved this movie. Well written and great actors!

Amy H. avatar
Amy H.

Love this movie! Anything with Rebecca Whittenhall in it is worth watching twice.