Christmas Child

Christmas Child

A life-sized nativity leads a man to learn about his past and lost family.

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Madelein S (kr) wrote: Wow wow wow!!!! Loved it! Clever dialogue and really funny, I enjoyed it SO much. Am going to watch it again!

Lee M (us) wrote: A flawed film that despite having some curiosities ends up looking too smart for its own good.

Jack S (us) wrote: They stopped at nothing to deliver the most epic death scenes ever. I respect that.

Kurtt W (ru) wrote: This is not a good movie. But, I think it's something you have to watch once. Thanks Josh

Carl T (de) wrote: Blade Runner is one of my all-time favorite science fiction films: creating a dark, cyberpunk atmosphere where memorable characters explore, what I consider, unanswered problems of modernity.

James H (de) wrote: Brando mumbles his way through this tired western, with a bad wig and an obvious fake beard. Overacted and a bit slow moving, the period detail is not very good either.

Charles T (fr) wrote: A rowdy, wonderful Western which sadly has gotten very little attention from both audiences and its own studio. This movie is not available on DVD in the U.S., an error which Universal seriously needs to rectify. Kirk Douglas gives one of his best performances as the title character, an easy-going drifter who befriends a young, impressionable runaway (William Campbell). The two of them wander into a town where they are hired to work on a ranch owned by a manipulative woman (Jeanne Crain). When the owner extends her herd further across the land, however, Kirk finds himself reluctantly embroiled in a range war. Douglas shines in this lively Western, as does Crain as the carnivorous rancher. Campbell is a bit annoying, though; he tries a bit too hard but grows more into the role as the movie progresses. Although it follows many Western conventions, 'Man Without a Star' is hardly routine; it's energetic, exciting, memorable, and often funny. Frankie Laine sings the title tune; Kirk sings and plays the banjo in the film, just like he did in '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' the year before. Catch this under-appreciated gem when and if you can.

Mike W (es) wrote: Spirit is a leader, hero and legend. Awesome movie! Love the leap of faith scene!