Feed the Fish
Follows the journey of Joe Peterson, a burned out children's book writer who's approaching a midlife crisis.
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Andy G (mx) wrote: Hercules reborn this so bad shouldn't even be called Hercules they have him as a drunk and then nobody lives on the streets. D+ (2014)
Charlie T (jp) wrote: The movie had a good base, but lacked plot. There was singing at every corner, more than actual conversations. Hard to follow, could be a lot better.
Rene R (jp) wrote: The special features where the kids make stuff is cool. The kids are where its at.
Mark L (gb) wrote: Enjoyable and well-structured doc about Castro.
Edward M (br) wrote: great soundtrack, film itself was a bit too over the top, but still worthwhile.
Alec M (au) wrote: no surprise Lana Wachowski directed this when she was still a man lol. great story, highly recommended
Onie S (br) wrote: A very sad movie, well acted. I enjoyed it very much.
Marlene M (us) wrote: Great cast and great script...a must see...
Iosef V (it) wrote: Cute story about two boys' childhood adventures.
Jose D (gb) wrote: kick-ass "what if?" movie. anthony edwards should have gotten more leading man roles.
Laney C (us) wrote: I saw this a LONG time ago. I don't really remember it, but I love George Burns.
David H (nl) wrote: One of my favourite Gangster Movies it shows that many Gangsters were regular Citizens who had Bad Luck and get to be delinquent and this is was the Reason they took the Way of a Gangster what had he should do the Waitress doesen't accept a Check
Steve G (it) wrote: The ultimate climax in film. Climax of climaxes. You know it's coming. You are waiting for it to happen for two hours, and when it finally does, it does not disappoint. Total tear-jerker. The way he calls out "Paula!"... beautiful. Rarely has a single word evoked such emotion in film. I read that they had to recut and recut and recut until they finally got it right. Beautiful performances. Not completely faithful to the book since in it we only find out the identity of the secretary at the end. You can't really replicate that in film since we watch her the whole time. But an amazing story. Ronald Colman is solid as always. And Greer Garson is eminently watchable.
Keith C (ru) wrote: Why isn't this gem on dvd yet? Stop making shitty special edition dvd sets of movies that have been on dvd before and do special editions for ones that have yet to be on dvd damn it!
Roger R (kr) wrote: Ostensibly a Jewish film its really the story of the changes that can happen in the process of migration to a new culture. New York city, speciifically the lower east side of Manhattan is the crucible where old meets new, European culture meets American populism. I also liked it because it shows that an older, cultured and educated person can still be very attractive!
Michael F (kr) wrote: this wasn't quite as bad as it's reviews...but it was far from good. And eddie murphy isn't even funny in it.
Jose R (ru) wrote: A funny and action packed movie from James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger that's meant just to have fun. B+