My Side of the Mountain
Film adaption of the novel by Jean Craighead George. A family movie made by Paramount Studios, the story revolves around thirteen-year old Sam Gribley (Teddy Eccles), a devotee of Thoreau, as many were back in the in 1960's. Sam decides to leave the city (set in Toronto) to spend a sabbatical in the Canadian woods and see if he can make it as a self-sufficient spirit after his parents promise a summer trip that doesn't pan out.
- Stars:Ted Eccles, Theodore Bikel, Tudi Wiggins, Paul Hébert, Cosette Lee, Ralph Endersby, George Allan, Dan McIlravey, Frank Perry, Peggi Loder, Tom Harvey, Larry Reynolds, Patrick Peuvion, Gina Dick, Karen Pearson,
- Director:James B. Clark,
- Writer:Joanna Crawford, Jean George (novel), Jane Klove, Ted Sherdeman
Sam, a brilliant child, leaves home for the mountains after being told that the family summer trip has been canceled, thus preventing him from doing the algae experiments he had planned for... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Side of the Mountain torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Am I the only one who thinks this is a masterpiece?
(nl) wrote: Very funny with likeable characters. Fun takes on historical figures and awesome animation, as usual. I loved it.
(kr) wrote: It's like watching "Cloverfield." Only it was all real.
(ca) wrote: Dulph Ludgren flexing his muscles as both director and star in this throwback 80's action romp. Lots of gun play and a high body count make up for the lack of plot and character, but you wouldn't expect anything else now would you? A guilty pleasure...not bad..
(ca) wrote: decent movie, worth a watch....It's kinda odd to see Kiefer Sutherland playing the good guy
(mx) wrote: Now, I like a good romantic comedy- Silver Linings Playbook, While You Were Sleeping- But THIS made me want to shoot myself in the head five minutes in. Most boring, insipid, cliched piece of trash I've ever had the displeasure of being forced to sit through.
(au) wrote: Quite an inventive film. Although it borrows a lot of it's visuals from Film Noir and German expressionism, it uses them to tell a story that is quite decisively its own. Oddly, it seems like "Requiem for a Dream" deliberately referenced this film.
(ag) wrote: Murder She Said was perhaps a little heavy with its red herrings, the villain was easily guessable and Margaret Rutherford made an unexpectedly humorous Miss Marple, but was very watchable. Interesting to see Joan Hickson (who played a very different Miss Marple in the TV series) playing a minor role.
(au) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
(gb) wrote: Deserves a way better review than what the critics gave it.
(it) wrote: Ugh... What on Earth was this movie? I have never been so angry, so upset, so lost since.. Well... Mostly the Human Centipede. I hate to say it but nobody did anything right in this movie. There is just nothing. -The cast was such a let down that I feel as though they were told that the movie would be a joke and that nobody should try and act.-The directing was W T F. You can give me a camera and I will guarantee that I will put together a half way decent movie about nothing that will be more interesting than 1 hour 25 minutes of this.-The action was fake.-The scenes were fake.-The premise was fake.-The reality was absent and therefore fake.FAKEI'm sorry Wesley Snipes.. Why did you do this? WHY?! I'm just really confused about what I watched, it's not even a matter of being genuinely angry just lost. Don't spend the money on this. I can't find a single reason to even recommend it which makes me shed a tear for the amazing job he did in the Blade Trilogy. 1 never reloaded star out of 5.
(br) wrote: Dolph is the fucking man, believe that. Easily my favorite action movie, and started a Dolph craze that will never end until I own them all.
(ru) wrote: Well, he seems like a cool guy. And this was an interesting tidbit on his projected thoughts. It certainly is refreshing especially with so much fakeness/fakery/fuckery around today.