Burning Bodhi :- Watch Burning Bodhi on Youtube on Fire, As one character in Burning Bodhi puts it, “I guess it’s a rite of passage … our first dead friend.” And The Big Chill–esque ensemble pieces, bringing together old pals to mourn the deceased and reopen old wounds, has become a rite of moviegoing passage for every generation. Matthew McDuffie’s Millennial-angst spin on that time-tested setup is an uneven affair, but some sharply written dialogue and a solid cast, including TV-familiar faces, help it to rise above cliché. Segueing to home video in April after a limited theatrical run, the drama won’t set the world on fire, but young adults might find resonance in the material. As two twentysomethings who haven’t left their home turf of Albuquerque, Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory) and Cody Horn (Magic Mike) lend oomph to the low-key proceedings with their nuanced performances. Horn’s Ember is the seemingly free spirit who sends out word that high school friend Bodhi has died, and who’s organizing the unfortunately named “FUN-eral” that will celebrate his life. Even while suffering through a relationship with a girlfriend who refuses to be monogamous, Ember’s the one who buoys her friends’ spirits. She convinces the reluctant Dylan (Hemlock Grove’s Landon Liboiron) to make the trip home from Chicago, where he’s an aspiring cartoonist — although little is made of that as matters of love and sex take center stage. Dylan has unfinished emotional business on several fronts: with his split-up hippieish parents (Virginia Madsen.
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Release: 11 March 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating : 5.5/10
Director: Matthew McDuffie
Stars : Kaley Cuoco, Sasha Pieterse, Virginia Madsen