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Waleed A (br) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen. I like weird stuff but nothing in this movie made any sense. It was just horrible. I forced myself to finish it but that just made it worse. TERRIBLE (1 viewing)
John R (nl) wrote: Better than the 1st one
Seth B (jp) wrote: Pretty predictable but still interesting. Sam Jackson is a great actor. Harris is a little over the top though.
Heather G (jp) wrote: Why do "Black movies" have such weird ass names
Tino P (mx) wrote: Pfeiffer has a lot of good moments as Johnson. But offers nothing really new.
Ryland D (es) wrote: The fact that there was even an effort to adapt the famous Burroughs novel is enough to earn the movie respect, had it not turned out to be as fantastic as it is.
Michael K (mx) wrote: Another feather in Akira Kurosawa's cap, a great Greek tragedy of a Samurai film, with Kurosawa's incredible cinematography & seasoned Medieval Japanese tropes and filming styles elevating this film to the top tiers of his filmmaking efforts. The dynamic scope capturing the immensity of the final battles well.
Katherine B (br) wrote: This film was promoted as being a romance movie for teenage girls, but it is anything but. A very good character study with Sam Elliott in one of his better roles.
Jonny P (ag) wrote: "Escape to Witch Mountain" is Disney's take on the sci-fi novel of the same name. Like many of Disney's classic live-action films, it is family-friendly but less impressive than the studio's animated output. The studio obviously believes in this story because it spawned a sequel and two remakes. It is interesting but lacks the energy of a Disney musical, so don't expect "Mary Poppins." The special effects are a bit underwhelming when compared to today's standard (or even "Star Wars," which was released two years later), but it gets the point across. The film actually might be too scary for its target audience if it were any more realistic. It also has a good nostalgia factor so parents who enjoyed the film as children will likely enjoy it more than new viewers. The film is well-cast with a few Oscar-caliber actors (Eddie Albert, Ray Milland) and two strong child actors (Kim Richards and Ike Eisenmann). Their dialogue successfully creates curiosity about the mysterious background of the kids from start to finish. "Escape to Witch Mountain" is a humorous sci-fi film that can still entertain kids today, but it probably isn't a film that will hold the attention of an adult watching without their family.