Fur of Flying

Fur of Flying

Wile E. Coyote fashions himself a homemade helicopter helmet, utilizing an assortment of mail order products. Soaring through the sky and over the cliffs, it's a surefire way to catch the Road Runner... assuming he can avoid military testing grounds.

Wile E. Coyote fashions himself a homemade helicopter helmet, utilizing an assortment of mail order products. Soaring through the sky and over the cliffs, it's a surefire way to catch the Road Runner... assuming he can avoid military testing grounds. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Icame S (fr) wrote: What you have in this near-perfectly toned indy movie is a pretty stark, honest portrayal of a young man's life spiraling grimly and coldly towards a climax wherein justice may well be served. All the while though, he remains in control - in spite of his straight-A, introverted nerdism at school he's tough and confident away from it. You take the ride with the character, you quickly get to know his mind and feel a sympathy with him, mistakes and all. The film's climax itself is a sequence of events that surprises and, if I'm honest, impresses (in that fictional world). You still can't be sure whether Sean was entirely right - who was lying, who was telling the truth? - but that ambiguity is actually somewhat refreshing.The fairly sparse script reflects the lead character's often withdrawn mood, as does the considered camera work and choice of music, although I thought at times there was a little too much of the latter. But it is well written and the acting is good, with Caleb Steinmeyer as Sean really making you sit up and take notice on a couple of occasions. Also, all the characters are simply, though well enough shaded with little in them being black and white, which was good to see. What the makers have done is taken a story that isn't really that far above average, and that could have come out a lot worse, and crafted an engaging, unsettling, minor masterpiece of a drama.

David B (au) wrote: What starts off like a mistaken identity comedy, becomes a totally and increasingly bizarre, self-deprecating meditation on Kitano's real life as a superstar in Japan; giving free rein to his subconscious at the expense of a plot, he creates a (glorious) mess of a playground for some of his favorite obsessions: yakuza shootouts, dance, color, titties, percussive rythyms... all of his favorite actors play multiple roles which, along with surreal free associations and overlapping realities, adds to the dream-like feel -- as usual in his movies, he rewards viewers who make it past the halfway point with a startlingly original and beautiful visual sequence

STCENTERPRISE (ru) wrote: I liked the musical score for this film. The best lines came from actor Harland Williams who played Seaman 2nd Class E.T. 'Sonar' Lovacelli. You had to love the sea animal sounds. This film kind of reminds me of the 1959 Cary Grant film "Opperation Peticoat" with the pink submarine.

Melissa R (ca) wrote: best two words to describe this movie absolute genius!

Joseph E (it) wrote: It seems "Angelina Jolie" was heading in the wrong direction when her Third major film a Crime-Thriller, that does everything right, except one thing. It forgets to entertain. I obviously could of enjoyed it better if "Jolie" would have been just a little more "Content" in her role. I do not reccomend it.

Alec B (kr) wrote: Its all very silly, but still entertaining. I can't help but enjoy something that makes our intelligence organizations look like a bunch of bumbling idiots. Matthau is great, as is the score which consists of random Mozart, Puccini, and Rossini selections.

Frank M (kr) wrote: Why it says made in 2000 I dont know, in reality it was made in 1979. A typical 70's action thriller, mostly made on location. It brings far too much accidental humour, with stereotype characters, hammy acting with equally hammy script, but it is quite enjoyable.

Christy K (nl) wrote: I really liked Henry Fonda's down-to-earth portrayal of Abe Lincoln as a young lawyer. You get a sense of his beginnings in politics. I do think the courtroom procedure was very inaccurate (if procedure was applicable back then) but I believe it was dramatized for movie purposes and not to be viewed at as an accurate courtroom procedure drama. Still, the best part was the symbolic ending....of Lincoln walking straight ahead into a storm...hence his political career and thus the unraveling of a nation in which he was to be charged with saving.

Gregory W (it) wrote: skip this and see the 1939 version