Huckleberry Finn, a rambunctious boy adventurer chafing under the bonds of civilization, escapes his humdrum world and his selfish, plotting father by sailing a raft down the Mississippi River. Accompanying him is Jim, a slave running away from being sold. Together the two strike a bond of friendship that takes them through harrowing events and thrilling adventures . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Die Abenteuer des Huck Finn
Based on the classic book by Mark Twain, comes the story of the renowned young rascal: Huckleberry Finn. When Huck sets out on an adventure down the Mississippi River, he comes across a ...
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Michael G (ru) wrote: Thought it was better than the Sharknado movies, characters were all more likable, better acting, funnier jokes. It was enjoyable.
Paul J (jp) wrote: Evocateur is engaging, but I just hate biographical documentaries that try to make us sympathize with bad people. I don't care what anyone says Morton Downey Jr. was one big joke. He spoke of the lack of morality that had been befalling America, yet he was a huge part of that lack of morality. Then the movie talks about his show and how it sparked the reality television that we see today, like that's a good thing. Morton Downey Jr. peddled garbage for the entertainment industry. He, as a political talk show host, was a major part of the WWE style bullshit that news organizations take part in today. It's all the democrats fault or it's all the republicans fault, when it's really both. Morton Downey said he talked of the truth. No he didn't and if this documentary would have called out his program for the trash it was, I would have liked it more. But it only tried to make us think that Morton Downey Jr. was some groundbreaking entertainment personality. Breaking the ground for more trash like Maury and Springer, and reality television in general.
Casey B (ca) wrote: Between this and Bellflower I'm actually coming to enjoy the mumblecore movement. It's fun seeing the different ways it can be applied to various genres (in this case mystery/gumshoe films). My only complaint with Cold Weather (and the only reason I didn't give it a higher score) is the sudden ending.
Roxanne R (mx) wrote: This one reminded me of Lost and Delirious with Piper Perabo. I like vampire films and this one wants to emulate LeFanu's novel Carmilla. For those viewers unfamiliar with the novel, it was published in 1872, and tells the story of a young woman's susceptibility to the attentions of a female vampire named Carmilla. I had to read it for one of my college course electives (Literature and the Occult). Anyways back on track- story takes place in a boarding school where Rebecca's (Bolger) friendship with Lucy (Gadon) is broken by the arrival of a mysterious new student named Ernessa (Lily Cole). Kudos to the makeup team that worked on Lily Cole because she looked strange, ethereal quality to her. Anyways, Rebecca's jealousy of the new friendship makes her want to spy on Ernessa and she begins to wonder if Ernessa is a vampire. As the number of strange deaths commence to increase and Lucy's life is in danger, Rebecca takes matters into her own hands in order to save Lucy but can she do it..Can she break the spell Ernessa has placed Lucy under? You have to watch the film and it was quite entertaining. Recommended!
James B (es) wrote: It was really dark to say the least.......A very dark subject matter, but it was also captivating. It kept your interest because you just couldn't wait to see what happened next. Really good acting as well. It's worth a watch.......but only if you are in the mood for a dark drama.
Efycho F (gb) wrote: if the story doesn't have the "thriller" scenes?, this movie would have been awesome.
Rebecca C (ag) wrote: This is a terrible animated film from the company that brought you Spider's Web: A Pig's Tale and A Car's Life by itself, and it's got one of the worst CGI Animation and one of the most dreadful voice acting I've ever heard or seen. No one should see this animated rip-off film.
Steven C (br) wrote: Bela Tarr is among a group of aging directors (Lynch, Herzog, Cronenberg, etc.) who have really pushed the boundaries of cinema. Tarr, like the others, has a unique style all his own and with this film he has created an uncompromising, unique, and enduring masterpiece. It is simply the greatest film I have ever seen. Never has a film had such a lasting effect on me. This is not just a movie, it's an experience; one like no other.
Tyler S (fr) wrote: I thought the movie did have some funny moments with Will Ferrell at the lead, but they were too far between.Kidman was delightful and sweet but it really felt forced throughout the film.never did anything feel genuine.I don't think the direction was in order, and I think that some of the talent was absolutely wasted.The film is about a struggling but well known actor (played scattered by Ferrell) who is staring in a reboot of bewtiched. The idea isn't bad and Michael Caine has a fun cameo, it just is too all over the place and way too forced to take it as an above average comedy.
Gary W (fr) wrote: A thin script and unclear tone are held together by a terrific performance from Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Cynthia S (ag) wrote: Not bad, not great. Paul Walker may get a lot of razz for his acting, but I will take his acting any day over Keanu Reeves. The actor I was really disappointed in was Laurence Fishburne...he totally could have been left out of this movie. Overall, the movie does a good job at keeping action lovers interested, but there definitely was something missing....a decent plot. This movie had potential, but I feel the director did a lousy job and produced a mediocre film.
Yash B (ca) wrote: This is a spectacular film. It manages to be heartwarming, heartbreaking, and humorous all at once. The acting is fantastic and every performance is authentic and heartfelt. It is definitely of the most emotionally satisfying and humane stories ever made. I do not mind admitting that the movie made me tear up on multiple occasions. See this film, it will affect you in ways that only happen once in a long while. It's a unique civil rights tale that kept my interest and won me over from start to finish. One of the more underrated movies I've seen and among my favorite movies of all time.
James w (nl) wrote: I'm not sure why this movie didn't get a better response from critics. Although the premise of the story may be slightly unoriginal, what really shines is the performances of Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton. Their chemistry meshes on screen like peanut butter and jelly. What's even more impressive, is how the film seamlessly entertains with really only two characters. Witty, charming, funny, and most importantly emotionally captivating without being too serious. What else could you ask for in a rom com?