Alexander Botts is a self-described natural born salesman and master mechanic, who is trying to make a big sale of Earthworm tractors to grouchy lumberman Johnson. Since Botts doesn't ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A salesman tries to sell a tractor to a customer who hates tractors while falling for the girl.
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Becca A (jp) wrote: 'There is something addicting about a secret'
Jonathan B (mx) wrote: Very balanced look at Republican strategist Lee Atwater from his rise as a ruthless political consultant for Senator Strom Thurmond and Presidents Reagan and H. W. Bush to finally realizing his goal as RNC chairman. Whether you think Atwater was a godsend to the Republican, who would think that I honestly don't know, or if you think he's nothing more than a manipulative, sinister hick from South Carolina. Atwater's legacy is still very much present in the current Republican Party.
Danilo M (au) wrote: Must see! See what you are really eating!
Cesar C (es) wrote: I think this is one of the weaker Allen film's I've seen. Not because of the acting (I think the actors were very good), but I felt like the story borrowed too many ideas from his earlier films and never really amounted to anything captivating or worth remembering. I wouldn't call it cringing.., just fairly bland.
Johnny N (br) wrote: Can u all stop teling me how great this film is and just get me a copy!!!!!! For my birthday or something... i cant get hold of this for the price i want to pay. lol
Adam R (gb) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)
Mimi Maureen M (kr) wrote: This movie has it all, compelling characters and story line.
Elaina S (de) wrote: I love lousie lamour.
Alex N (ag) wrote: Billy Dee Williams and Diana Ross? You can't ask for more. Diana was just starting her acting at this time. Lets give her a break on this one. But overall good.
Christopher S (kr) wrote: A sweet, sad, and heart-warming film involving one of the most unique of not most unique human-animal relationship ever. McKenna and Travers give the best performances of their careers with a lot of effort going into their roles. But, ultimately the one thing that we all want to see when watching this is of course, Elsa the lioness. Her incredible true journey of being captive, then having to be released in the wild makes a very simple but interesting premise. There are a few scenes in the film that I felt were a little unnecessary, but it wasn't enough to prevent me from absolutely loving this film. I will admit that I cried once in this film, so yes, it is a tear jerker. But I recommend it to everyone. Even kids.