Two young children, who, rather than part with an old pet lion who was once a circus performer, go on a perilous mountain trek to stay with a recluse friend. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Napoleon and Samantha
Two young children, who, rather than part with an old pet lion who was once a circus performer, go on a perilous mountain trek to stay with a recluse friend.
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Eliabeth M (jp) wrote: "All writers, all storytellers, are imposing their own narrative on something. I mean, all art in some ways is a lie. It looks like a picture of something, but it isn't that thing, it's a representation of that thing... Your documentary is itself going to be a lie. It's a construction of things, it's how you wish to represent the truth and how you've decided to tell a particular story. By that I don't mean that certain things don't happen. Of course they do. It's not that there is no such thing as truth. But we come to like and trust a certain story, not because it's necessarily the most absolutely truthful, but because it's a thing that we tell ourselves that makes sense of the world, at least at this moment. "
Jesse K (ru) wrote: Typical Baumbach. Dark humour, unlikable characters, awkward dialogue. It's fantastic.
Marieve (ag) wrote: It was not good like i thought.
Nathalie C (nl) wrote: Commentary was the best. Nothing like a drunk David Fane!
Matthew N (br) wrote: Acting was well done but the movie failed
Adam R (ru) wrote: The lowest rating because it has NO SOUND, on my digital copy, and flixster is silent when I asked for help!! The crappy movies they give me works but not the one I actually went out and bought.
Jackson P (nl) wrote: I have to say it is a good movie but not great...
Michelle A (us) wrote: that scene when the hookers on super crack start exploding... YES!
Sarah G (de) wrote: Great acting and story with a look at the logging industry that would never be portrayed like this in a current movie. And, as I'm sure most people feel, the final scene was the best.
Robert C (ru) wrote: Needs to be a little shorter. I want to go back in time and make Audrey Hepburn love me.
Steve M (ca) wrote: When police scientist Dr. Chet Walker (Denning) discovers that dead men are apparently walking the streets of a Californian town and killing top law enforcers and gangers alike, it is only the first glimpse into a nightmarish case that will bring him face to face with impervious zombies created by Nazi science and the power of the atom to sate the hunger for vengeance by an exiled ganglord (Granger). "Creature with the Atom Brain" is a little bit of "CSI: 1950s", a little bit of horror, and a whole lot of B-movie mad science hokum. It's got that 1950s "the power of the atom can do anything" vibe and a rather horrific storyline about corpses reanimated by nuclear-powered brains and nervous systems... and it's got a pipe-smoking geninus police scientist who drinks martinis with his wife everyday after work! What more can you ask for?! The film's greatest flaw is that it's pacing is somewhat on the slow side, although this is somewhat aleviated by the sense of menace that the filmmakers manage to evoke with the atomic-powered, remote-controlled zombies--even if they unintentionally go a long way to undermining that dread with goofy proclamations from authorities and newspaper headlines about "atomic creatures"--and a cast that gives a better-than-average performance than is usual in movies from this period and with this budget. If you're looking for a movie featuring zombies, weird science (or both!), then "Creature With the Atom Brain" fits the bill. It would make a great secondary feature for a bad movie night. Creature with the Atom Brain Starring: Richard Denning, S. John Launer, Gregory Gave, Michael Granger and Angela Stevens Director: Edward L. Cahn