A Little Bit of Heaven
A child from the New York tenements sings on a radio quiz show and is eventually hired to a big-bucks contract, which allows her and her family to move into a posh apartment, with all the usual problems that accompany sudden wealth.
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Allen G (de) wrote: I don't really care about sushi. I don't think I've ever eaten it and I don't intend to anytime soon. You know who does care about sushi though? Jiro. The dude dreams about the stuff, ya know?A very affectionate and sweet look at at a group of people who make sushi for a living. Their care and attention to the process is admirable and entirely deserving of this film. It certainly warms the heart and knowing that, in 2016, ole' Jiro is still going at the ripe age of 90, only adds to that. It doesn't meander along too much thanks to its fair runtime and it offers more than enough of the human element to make it appealing to those who aren't solely interested in the specifics of sushi making.I still don't really care about sushi but I care about this film.
Freda W (ca) wrote: all bloody of this movie , some non-sense, but quite excite..
Bathsheba M (us) wrote: Simply one of the best growing up movies out there. Stands the test of time.
Senor C (ag) wrote: I always like Elmore Leonard adaptations & this one works just fine as Reynolds makes a vechile for himself @ the helm as he's being hunted by the fat man, the albino cowboy & a voodoo drug lord
Scott H (fr) wrote: Tom Jones is bawdy and adventurous to say the least. It had a tendency to be frantic and out of sorts at parts, but Albert Finney's courageous and raffish performance along with old fashioned adventure and colorful visuals makes Tom Jones a fun and entertaining piece of comedy.
Debbie B (it) wrote: William Powell & Myrna Loy are the Ultimate Couple!
Phillip O (ca) wrote: After seeing it 30-some times...yeah, 5 STARS.
Roy S (us) wrote: I remembered very little from when I saw this film twenty years ago save some skydiving Elvises. As it turns out, that was probably the best part. Caan is always a pleasure to watch, but I can probably go another twenty years between viewings.