Well-bred young English refugee Freddie Hewlett (Freddie Bartholomew) saves the life of Jimmie Fletcher (Billy Halop), wild boy of the road, in a fight with juvenile gang leader Bushy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Alexandro R (au) wrote: Que roteiro, muito bom filme !!!
Aaron M (ru) wrote: Another solid HBO documentary.
Richard P (gb) wrote: Louis Gossett Jr makes the movie. Without him this one would be to disjointed.
Cameron M (fr) wrote: Adequate cast but lacklustre script.
Ettore Z (br) wrote: Una meravigliosa Judy Dench!
Graham D (it) wrote: Far too grim to be fully uplifting. Well made and acted but ultimately a bit too bleak for its own good.
Jonathan D (us) wrote: The Theremin is regarded as the first electronic instrument. It has no keyboard, and is instead controlled by moving one's hands around a pair of antennae to control the pitch and amplitude.I expected this to be a sort of travelogue of how cool is the Theremin - the fact that it was "introduced" as the weird woo-woo sound on The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations", and so on. This documentary shows that there is way more to both the instrument and its inventor. If you think you might be kinda curious - definitely catch this on Netflix - because it is a charming and eye opening documentary.Leon Theremin was quite a personality. He was extremely devoted to developing his instrument, had a band of followers, and cared little for convention. He alienated many of his (probably otherwise liberal) friends when, in the twenties, he dared to marry a black woman. Shortly thereafter, his story gets weirder when he disappears from the NYC scene - apparently abducted by the KGB!In addition to exposing Theremin's personal story, much is revealed about the instrument that was new to me. Theremin and his protege Clara Rockmore envisioned the Theremin as a serious concert instrument. Several classical pieces were written for it - including a Concerto for Theremin and Orchestra - and concerts sold out in Carnegie Hall well before it entered pop culture. It comes out that there was a sort of tussle between the devotees - notably Rockmore - who wanted to develop its concert potential, and the wider attention it got in some rock music and as an eerie effect in film scores.Among those interviewed are Brian Wilson, who talks a little about the development of "Good Vibrations", and Robert Moog, who as the inventor of the Moog Synthesizer, is probably the most important person to have popularized the use of electronic instruments. Moog was inspired by the Theremin, and made his own versions of it (which Rockmore regards as inferior to Theremin's) first as a hobbyist and later as a devotee.There is a lot of fascinating material here and if you're the sort of person who knows a little about the Theremin, you'll enjoy leaving this film knowing a lot.
Stephen I (gb) wrote: Showing the complete devotion to packing in as much humor as possible, unlike many modern comedies, The Naked Gun is hilarious in every way possible.Full Review: The Naked Gun showed its time the validity of the comedy genre if people truly put their minds to it. The movie is unforgettable for being chocked full of great gags that never compromise. Its plot is certainly silly, and the romance is cliched, but this is easily forgiven for it just serves as fuel for more laughs. The Naked Gun is hilarious and keeps viewers laughing, which is all you can ask of a comedy.
MEC r (ru) wrote: An ok movie at the time...
rashmirathi r (jp) wrote: time cannt stop it.its a real critic.specially the song waqt ne kiya sitaam.
The V (de) wrote: A childhood favorite and one of the best of the 80s. When the Hendersons are returning home from camping, they hit a bigfoot. They take it home with them as a way of getting rich and famous, but learn lessons in what matters and what is more important. Then the bigfoot gets loose and you have a bigfoot hunter searching for the bigfoot. Lots of good John Lithgow-isms here and I really liked it's message. Stands close with E.T. the most.
dante d (br) wrote: Beginning-5Middle-5Ending-5= Great!
Onkel B (fr) wrote: It's a small world.......
PieterJan V (kr) wrote: Surely an underrated movie. Sly does a great job in his first movie as a director !!!