Mister Rogers & Me

Mister Rogers & Me

An MTV producer's life is transformed when he meets the recently retired host of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,' Fred Rogers. Friendship with the PBS icon sets the young producer on a hero's quest to find depth and simplicity amidst a shallow and complex world through conversations with Susan Stamberg (NPR), Tim Russert ('Meet The Press'), Marc Brown ('Arthur') and more.

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Joshua D (it) wrote: I'm biased, but I would have liked to see more.

Dena S (us) wrote: i read the synopsis and found it would be a funny watch. it was okay..

Private U (br) wrote: a flick one to watch.......

Christian H (it) wrote: might need more cow bell....

HungYa L (kr) wrote: Great songs, good actors and a good script are obviously key success to a good film.

Scott C (gb) wrote: Low budget trash, but really inventive low budget trash.

David M (ag) wrote: Essentially a low budget horror comedy B-movie, with a platoon of soldiers supposedly on a training exercise in the Scottish highlands suddenly find themselves fighting for survival against a pack of Werewolves.It's also one of the better Werewolf movies I can remember seeing! :-)

Vyacheslav K (ag) wrote: Amazing stunt work, great comedy scenes and a very awesome cast. Definitely worth seeing, especially if you're a fan of Jackie Chan in his prime. Just great fun from start to finish.

Rachel P (br) wrote: Awesome! Takes me back to being a kid.

Lee M (nl) wrote: Apologies to Conrad Rooks, but the ONLY reason his 1972 film, Siddhartha, got a 30th-anniversary rerelease is the appeal of seeing Sven Nykvist's amazing cinematography restored to its full splendor.

Anna B (ru) wrote: I felt like most of the film was spent shouting and soliloquizing. Cromwell shouted so much, that by the end of the film he was hoarse. Henrietta-Maria was portrayed as a manipulative harpy, which I did not like, though I appreciated the goodbye kiss between her and Charles. Charles himself, portrayed by Alec Guinness, I thought was pretty good, though completely led by his wife and advisers (I don't know how close that is to reality). They also crammed a lot of events into 2 hours, so Cromwell seemed unable to hold one opinion for longer than 5 minutes. There were more battles than I wanted to see, and the politics weren't very coherent. The score, or what there was of it, was cheesy. I wasn't always sure which battle and which year we were watching. It greatly benefited from having my dad's running commentary throughout the whole thing. This time I was able to point out a few tidbits of my own.

Martin T (it) wrote: A somewhat conventional romance, but lovely and moving nonetheless. Trintignant and Aime are both charming and genuine, although I generally don't like romance movies about ridiculously attractive people. What really made this movie special to me was the fantastic music... I just wish the lyrics had been subtitled.