An egotistical saxophone player and a young singer meet on V-J Day and embark upon a strained and rocky romance, even as their careers begin a long uphill climb. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
New York, New York
An egotistical saxophone player and a young singer meet on V-J Day and embark upon a strained and rocky romance, even as their careers begin a long uphill climb.
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Suy D (it) wrote: Muppets make me happy.
Nemesio V (jp) wrote: I love this Underworld because personally ever since I was little I've always loved werewolves and this goes in-depth to there story Lucian's story and how the war began between the lycans and vampires
Mikey P (mx) wrote: where's your jesus now?
WK J (mx) wrote: Where's Dugout Doug?
Hayden H (it) wrote: "Forgettable" that's what comes to mind after 104 minutes of this
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Sgt C (us) wrote: (53%) A very goofy at times, lowbrow action adventure that gets by thanks to the charm of Johnson, and some good honest B-movie style fun. Between the action there's really nothing much to see here besides a borderline extended cameo from Christopher Walken (plus a blink and you'll miss it Arnold Schwarzenegger cameo), and some mild amusements involving baboons. But the action itself is break-neck, varied and plentiful, and some of the stunts do look painfully real despite the fact that they appear to hardly even slow the characters down. Any fan of Mr Rock should tray and give this a watch, or those with affection to B- movie adventure flicks.
Gregory G (ru) wrote: One of the most enchanting and lyrical children's movies that can rank with classics like "National Velvet," "The Black Stallion," and "E.T." Thirteen year-old Keisha Castle-Hughes is extraordinarily affecting as a young Maori girl, who dreams of becoming the chief of the local tribe against the wishes of her stern grandfather (Rawiri Paratene), a man who believes in the strict adherence to ancient legend that only a male can assume leadership and ride the whale. Although the outcome is predictable, the simplicity and emotional resonance of the material become mythological. A sequence where Castle-Hughes recites a Maori chant at a school concert, amid her grandfather's absence, is incredibly touching. Cliff Curtis, a versatile actor who can convincingly play a multitude of nationalities, is the girl's father. Written and directed by Niki Caro. Based on the book by Witi Ihimaera. Cinematography by Leon Narbey, Music is by Lisa Gerrard. Filmed on the beautiful, windy New Zealand coast of North Island.