Set right after World War II, a naive teenage girl joins a shabby theatre troupe in Liverpool. During a winter production of Peter Pan, the play quickly turns into a dark metaphor for youth... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
An Awfully Big Adventure
An Awfully Big Adventure is a 1995 drama film about a theatre company in Liverpool, set in 1947 and based on the 1989 novel of the same name by Beryl Bainbridge.
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Dawn H (us) wrote: Great fight movie!!!!
Dennis R (es) wrote: This is quite possibly the worst TV movie I have ever seen with the exception of the breasts (she does not show) on the psychotic lady that is taunting the character of Zane. What happened to Zane? This actor works a lot but everything since 97 is complete and utter rubbish. I suggest he takes a decade off and come back in a cameo role here and there. I did not watch the entire show it was on while I was writing. Zane must have better than this in him.
Paul D (de) wrote: Harmless love triangle story with the usual set of ups and downs in the plot before it sorts itself out satisfactorily.
Tim B (mx) wrote: This kind of reminded me of Lord of Illusions to me. I read that it is was very gory but it really wasnt. But the movie kept me very interested all the way to the end.
Jacob G (kr) wrote: Amusing little slasher that features some horrific acting (with a touch of decent acting lest we try to be too harsh on it), nonsensical plot, and horrible punk music. Drugs, alcohol, and sex are fairly standard in movies like this and Shredder is no different. A fairly large amount of ridiculous gore and humor keep things moving. Can't rate it highly... yet it was enjoyable none the less.
Entertain Me O (es) wrote: 72%Meet the Feebles is genius.
Michael W (ca) wrote: Lumet has his share of misses as well as hits; a story based on the conviction and execution of the Rosenbergs for supposedly selling secrets to the Soviet Union. Somewhat depressing with Ellen Barkin underused. Should have more hippie folk music used prior to the credits and less traditional music.
Alex K (br) wrote: My Favorite Suspense Film Is 1991's The Silence Of The Lambs.
Luke R (nl) wrote: I liked it well enough, but maybe I was just in a good mood. James Mason makes his first film appearance in a brief cameo.
Matthew L (au) wrote: A.K.A. 'How I Spent My Summer Vacation'. A nice return to form from Gibson after a few years in the wilderness or behind the camera. The plot twists and turns and gets a little dense, but has enough memorable moments that never stop it from being anything but entertaining.
Martin W (nl) wrote: Decent film. Tomatometer is awfully low. It was pretty obvious what Elijah Woods character was there for. I'm a Rose Leslie fan from back when she did Luther.