A Buddhist monk, Lama Norbu, believes that a 10-year-old American boy, Jesse (Alex Wiesendanger), is the reincarnation of his spiritual teacher, Lama Dorje. Together, they journey to Bhutan where the three children must undergo a test to prove which is the true reincarnation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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D R (de) wrote: I loved this movie. Old fashioned truth teller meets young aspiring actress and allows the truth to set her free. Such subtle humor (food), awesome themes ... a Cinderella story from rags to riches, old love vs. using love to 'get somewhere', poor vs. 'making it', and age old wisdom of being true to one self. The music and dress were so on point. Cleverly done! Wish movies were more like this!
Ashley C (it) wrote: Movies like that kinda freak me out. I'm so seeing it!
Heloisa K (it) wrote: How to tell stories without words...
Daisy M (de) wrote: Next Stop Wonderland was a enjoyable movie to watch. The romantic aspect was the backbone of the movie.The connection worked because when you met the two future lovers, you know they were special in a way. These two characters had a special bond, even before they met. So the whole time the movie went on , you felt they were together because of their similarities.The supporting cast was wonderful. Phillip Seymour Hoffman had a small role, even so he was great. The movie reminds me a little of Sleepless in Seattle.
Tanner B (fr) wrote: Hook (1991) C-144m. ?? D: Steven Spielberg. Dustin Hoffman, Robin Williams, Julia Roberts, Bob Hoskins. Joyless, cheerless big-budget version of J.M. Barrie's classic tale, supposedly takes place after his story where Peter Pan, now an adult, returns to Neverland to be reunited with the characters and dangers of his childish imagination. Hoffman, Williams, and even Hoskins are perfect for their parts, but why this isn't a straightforward retelling of Peter Pan, and why everything looks red and brown (instead of blue and green) are just a few of this movie's many flaws. Hugely disappointing. Drab photography by Dean Cundey. Where's the magic and wonder of Peter Pan!?
Shantel D (es) wrote: Just like Braindead (Dead Alive), this is a fun flick from Peter Jackson's early days. B movie gold!!
J A (au) wrote: Sovjetmelodrama met geweldige sovjetdecors, sovjetkleren en sovjetmuziek. "[Aleksey] Batalov was invited to play Gosha, a machinist / tool & die maker at a scientific research establishment, in the melodrama Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears. After many hesitations, Batalov brilliantly played his part in the movie, which won him the USSR State Prize. The role was central to the film's Soviet message. As one character says in the picnic scene: "Ninety percent of my doctorate was due to Gosha's mechanical genius"." (Wikipedia)
Sheryl Z (it) wrote: This is a fantastic movie. Supposedly a lot of people who saw it were disappointed that it deviated from the book, but luckily I hadn't read the book. It might seem cliche amongst all the teacher in inner city school movies that have followed it, but bear in mind that this one probably preceded the ones you've watched.Also, it was cool to see the guy who eventually ended up playing Boss Hogg in the Dukes of Hazards in a serious role. He actually can act.
Paulo B (es) wrote: I think this is my favorite movie that starred Spencer and Katherine. No doubt the movie is somewhat dated, but some of the main themes remain timeless.