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Venkat M (gb) wrote: excellent screenplay, direction and performances. one of the best independent movies in recent times.
james f (kr) wrote: Bottom line: worse than Chill Out, better than Goblin King. This doesn't ditch the rest of the gang too bad, except for when Shaggy becomes a samurai warrior and the sword thakes them to the dragon.
Adgee H (ag) wrote: I turned this movie off about half an hour into it. The acting was so stiff and horrible that there was just no way that I could go further. I really wouldn'teven bother with this one.
Ryan S (br) wrote: Pretty lame throwback to the sci-fi flicks of the '50s, but it's midly entertaining. It's nothing new or original, but perhaps that's the point. Almost, while this should be completely tongue-in-cheek and very campy, it's really not, for the most part. It takes itself far too seriously for a movie of this type. There are some parts where they just up the camp and role with it, but then the next minute they're doing the complete opposite. Could have been a lot better, if only they knew what they wanted to do with it and stuck to it. But a one-eyed disappearing alien creature is always good.
Leo L (mx) wrote: An interesting movie.
Amanda S (es) wrote: A sweet continuation of the Heidi story.
Minna S (it) wrote: I only saw the latter half of it but I grasped the big picture. The idea of looking back to different times is interesting but sadly the humour is quite constrained, although I can't judge the film very thoroughly.
Dean M (ag) wrote: A fine Western with a revenge of the title role that is actually a strong and revealing study of the regeneration of one man. At age 36, Steve McQueen is a bit hard to believe as a 'kid'. The story obviously spans many years in Max Sand's life and if the writers had played this up more McQueen's age would not have mattered. Even showing Max and Alex Chord in a winter setting followed by spring, something to show an extensive passage of time would have helped make McQueen's age more fitting.A superb cast of supporting actors backs up McQueen. Brian Keith is the perfect father figure who takes Max in and teaches him to use firearms and tells him about life and how to find the men who killed his parents. Suzanne Pleshette cannot be made to look bad no matter how hard the make up department tries. Even dirty and sweaty in the swamp, her natural beauty and class shine. These traits and her unique voice and soft movements steal any scene she is in. She almost upstages McQueen. Martin Landau, Arthur Kennedy and Karl Malden are as bad as any movie villains I ever saw.
Tracy F (kr) wrote: Decent thriller. A little sporadic at times but pretty good overall.
Noname (de) wrote: Another comedy romance movie and all of these movies are very similar but still very entertaining to watch everytime but can be very predictable tho. Overall a decent movie for its genre.