Captain Abu Raed

Captain Abu Raed

Abu Raed is an old airport janitor who has always yearned to travel the world but has never been able to afford it. One day, he finds an old discarded pilot's hat, and discovers a calling: a group of children in his poor neighborhood assume he's an airline captain and beg him to share stories of the world outside of Amman, Jordan. Through imaginary tales, a friendship forms, and Abu Raed is soon faced with the grim realities of the children's home life. Thus he takes it upon himself to make a difference in their lives.

When an old airport janitor finds a captain's hat in the trash, he gets pulled into the lives of children in his poor neighborhood. He weaves imaginary stories of his world adventures to offer hope in the face of their harsh reality. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Erwin M (gb) wrote: The CGI in this movie was not so good; the gators lacked realism in their interacting with humans and their shadows. At least, the story is different from the previous sequels, but the movie still isn't good.

Bertrand L (ag) wrote: Tony Gatlif ou comment mettre la libert en image. Spectacle grandiose et poignant.

Elgan D (gb) wrote: Ashley Walters is fairly impressive in a decent gun culture oriented drama.

Muffin M (us) wrote: I own this on DVD and on Blu-Ray in a two movie pack along with:* Shanghai Noon (2000)

Mattias E (it) wrote: I'm hooked the moment this turns into a roadmovie. Fells very real, as indeed it should when working with "real" people rather than actors. And the neorealistic approach never loses it's grip over me. Reminds me of the works of young Chinese directors like Jia Zhang Ke.

Jason S (au) wrote: i didn't really like this very much

Dough B (fr) wrote: Yawner based on Agatha Christie's Miss Marple turns her into much more of a private detective than Christie ever intended. Humor was out of place, and the portrayal of the captain was just kind of annoying.

James H (au) wrote: Good western, but nothing much out of the ordinary for the time period. Professionally made, Kirk Douglas is good as always, not much attention to period detail. Entertaining but not a particularly memorable film.

LeMemeMan (au) wrote: Surpassing the original.

Takee A (it) wrote: Out of all the films John Hughes has directed, this was his biggest box office success. Now I can see why.This film was really well shot, being 30 years old as of 2016, and it was well performed by all of the actors.It was Bueller's personality that really spiced up the story. How innocent, generous & upbeat cheerful he was. How he was smart enough to find a solution for every situation that had or could go wrong. I don't think there are any other teen comedies either in the 80's or beyond that has a character like this. Definitely not in the 90's or 2000's. Life, as Ferris famously remarks, moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around, you might miss it. Ferris Bueller is one of the things you should definitely make some time for.

Steve R (us) wrote: Completely mental, but good fun. Drags a bit at the end.