A Boy Ten Feet Tall
Ten year old Sammy travels 4500 miles on his own from the Suez Canal to Durban, South Africa.
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Roger H (jp) wrote: Interesting piece about what is quite likely to happen; the imminent end of our species on this planet in the next one or two centuries. Since 2008 when this movie came out, I don't think the global warming situation has gotten even the slightest bit less gloomy. In fact I would say most scientists are shocked at the pace of it. Today I think most people with average or above intelligence know at some gut level that mankind stands on a metaphorical beach with the tsunami of immense destructive proportion on the horizon, but it's easy to live in denial and ignore it. Of course people with children or grandchildren have an additional emotional vested interest to engage such fantasies because it is a very sad prospect for those future generations. I think it is possible that perhaps a small number will survive in the aftermath, but the world will collapse as we know it. I also don't think there is much we can do about it because it's already too late, and the attitudes are far too stupid to make the kind of immediate global changes that would be required to save us. It's not the climate change directly that will kill mankind, but rather geopolitical unrest on a scale never before seen in history, corresponding destabilization of society via widespread war, and weapons powerful enough to turn the whole mix into hell are the most likely causes of the massive fallout I believe lies ahead.
Martena M (it) wrote: Enlightening and refreshing. It's nice to see both sides for once! I recommend this film for anyone seeking pieces of the truth.
Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - 4/24/2010)
Tracey c (kr) wrote: not interested in this film.
Jonny S (mx) wrote: the dog didnt even bother to learn basic football skills, really disappointing. not even 8 cans of double deutch could make this work watching. you'd be barking mad to give this a go. barking. ha.
Jennifer X (us) wrote: I'm sort of embarrassed that I like this so much, especially the part when it devolves into a horror story because of THE MICE OH MY GOD THE MICE, but I don't know - it's also kind of charming in its own simple way.
Rhett P (mx) wrote: Best movie I've probably ever seen
Alexander C (es) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!
Joetaeb D (mx) wrote: Unnecessarily extending on the subplots of the romantic relationship of the book to the level of the actual plot, I am number has some moments of cool action but feels too derivative to both it's source material and others of it's kind
John W (gb) wrote: Starring Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, Joan Crawford, Wallace Beery and Lionel Barrymore. The most modern of the early Oscar-winning best pictures, this endlessly imitated story traces forty-eight hours in the lives of the guests at the Grand Hotel in Berlin, where, so says the permanent resident Lewis Stone, "nothing ever happens." It's as melodramatic as it could be, but it's also endlessly entertaining -- Garbo uttering the famous statement "I want to be alone," Beery at his menacing best, and some endearing interaction between the brothers Barrymore. Directed by Edmund Goulding.