Chuck Jones: Memories of Childhood

Chuck Jones: Memories of Childhood

In an interview at age 84, Chuck Jones (1912-2000) talks about his life, particularly his childhood: he describes an adventurous uncle; his mother, who never said no; his father, a critical...

In an interview at age 84, Chuck Jones (1912-2000) talks about his life, particularly his childhood: he describes an adventurous uncle; his mother, who never said no; his father, a critical... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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OliverTodd H (es) wrote: So fricken boring... I don't usually turn a movie off, and always watch to the end. This I HAD TO turn off 35 minutes into it... It's so slow, and boring. The acting and script is terrible. Don't even waste your time on this film. I've seen bad horror before, but this is just boring as sh*t!

Samantha S (us) wrote: I couldn't buy it, even though Robert Carlyle looked very hot. Good cast. Mediocre movie. Plot was too contrived (it just so happens his ex-girlfriend...blah blah blah...)

Terri H (us) wrote: No thanks, not interested

Leonardo v (ag) wrote: ... society with no ethics and goofy characters, some unexpected situations when things go wrong, and you get black comedy with some original scenes that can make you like this movie.

wyatt c (kr) wrote: The wooden dialogue in this movie drags it's heels pretty much front to back.

Meenal A (fr) wrote: i love thsi muviiiiiiii

Paul S (mx) wrote: Another sequel that can only harm the memories of the original.

Christabel D (mx) wrote: genius, like Jaws but a Yeti

Mary R (gb) wrote: One of my favorite movie moments of all time is Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly together.

Phillip S (us) wrote: Eh. Sorry Larry, it could have been better. Bring back Curb.

Philip T (us) wrote: Burt Reynolds's character, Malone, beats an obese man until he can no longer father a child. Malone (46)kisses a young girl (16-17) on the mouth in front of her father. A must see for ethics students.

Mike R (us) wrote: One of the most gripping and revealing rock documentaries ever.

ChadPoop G (kr) wrote: One of the better films from Mr. Lee!!!

Lance C (br) wrote: If you are comparing this to James Bond (as many of the reviews seem to do), then I'm not sure you can call yourself a film critic. This is actually an extremely well done film, though subtle. The use of music and cinematography work together in amazing ways to build on an emotional theme that is engaging and uniquely subtle for films these days.