The film is based on the popular Dutch childrens book by Chris van Abkoude. In a Dutch port in 1921 lives a 10-year-old orphan boy known to everyone simply as Little Crumb (Ruud Feltkamp). His poverty-stricken mother Lize van Dien (Thekla Reuten) filled with shame was forced to turn him over to Mrs. Koster (Sacha Bulthuis) soon after he was born. Foster mother Mrs. Koster, who has cared for him since he was a baby, is very poor too, unable to support him by herself and proves to be a cruel taskmaster who insists Crumb bring her money before shell feed him. Somehow he must earn his keep out on the streets and can only go home after he has earned enough money. Crumb becomes an urchin stealing from the streets barrows and the shops to stay alive, sleeping in churches or huddled in doorways. Sometimes he has to run off from the police and he has earned the enmity of the most grownups around him.
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bill b (ag) wrote: Its ok...But the previous title "MOTHER" was such a horrible one.
Seenu N (us) wrote: Great movie! Well worth the price of admission and more. It was cute, fast paced, very creative and the period pieces were well done by both actors. Not sure why the poor reviews- but have to say they are way off base. Enjoyed every minute of it. Songs fit in well with the movie scenes. Recommend this flick! Also, Priyanka looked hot!
Keegan M (de) wrote: A good film. I don't care much for what the critics say. This is a great but sad true story that needed to be told, and it was told well.
Noah S (us) wrote: i think this is one of those movies that you have to be in the age group to enjoy
Anson H (it) wrote: Not the worst but the could have done better
Josh H (ag) wrote: Hannah Montana: The Movie is a giant improvement of its original series Hannah Montana and the main actress Miley Cyrus. What Disney do is attract more and more kids about 8 - 12 to the theaters watching their films that was made just for them. The film moved me! For all the kids has watched Miley and her alter ego Hannah, this film is most likely to be the end of everything, until the audience keep her "both worlds" secret. The ending surprise most of viewer since they've watched a lot of scenes that Hannah Montana pulling off her wig. Hannah Montana: The Movie, though there're some mistakes out there, but you'd better to see this movie in the theater, not Dragonball Evolution.
Barry C (ca) wrote: This mockumentary had so much potential but in the end it failed to deliver. They set up some good steams to use the zombie trope to look at immigration and civil rights issues, but never followed them to the end.
Areeque T (fr) wrote: Twists. And more twists. No arc to the story though.
lion o (ru) wrote: very good 7.5 out of 10
Robin P (fr) wrote: So, I found a Rogers & Hammerstein musical I hadn't seen...now I know why...just an ok musical. The story was good...a Chinese woman and her father come to San Francisco to marry her off, by the traditionally "arranged marriage" way. Mioshi Umeki, who was the first Asian to win an Oscar (for Sayonara) but I remember her mostly as Mrs. Livingston on The Courtship of Eddie's Father series, was so cute and perfect as the little Chinese woman. I love musicals and I thought most of the musical numbers kinda sucked...that's what made this just ok for me...but it did have other aspects that kept my interest.
Joshua D (jp) wrote: if there was any oscar nick cage should've won, it was for this out of control yet in control portrayal of this tragic character and his struggles in life starting from the lowest point and edging downwards into darkness.
Blae T (es) wrote: This is my least favorite Men in Black movie. Still good, though.
Kacper R (jp) wrote: Pretty weak compared to Swedish original.
John B (ru) wrote: Nice Christmas movie with a good story that worth watching
Farah R (kr) wrote: It's quite difficult to describe this film as anything else but painfully weird. For a tale set in Ancient Egypt, there's so much potential for spectacular costumes and breathtaking sets. Instead Gods Of Egypt is nothing more than overbearing VFX and a terribly unintelligent script. I wouldn't call what the actors did acting either as there's hardly any effort in the stupidity they were performing. It's extremely disappointing that the filmmakers focused on creating a load of nonsense instead of telling a magnificent story about the Egyptian culture and their beliefs.