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NOORIE tells a simple and touching story of Noorie and Yusuf's fearless love and dream at all cost.

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. . A simple and touching story about Noorie, a girl from the valleys with a simple dream: a house, family and life filled with love - and who is forced to defend this dream at the cost of her life

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Alain L (it)

ut it is a really good and funny one ;-). seriously, that's the only thing I can't bear in that movie. . . the Texan Accent. . . Sugarland Express has a great photography, an amazing storyteller and director and funny moments but the main problem is


Alex B (ag)

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Edith N (au)

It's a heck of a lot smarter than most of what Disney's putting out these days, anyway. If you've got kids, too, they'll probably like it. So meh. Still, there are worse ways to spend a Saturday evening, and I kind of feel as though I've done most of them. " And so forth. He can speak flawless English, but he doesn't know that his word for "gold" isn't our word for "gold. (Hey, it's longer than a lot of other kids' movies!) However, Jake is actually an engaging character, for all he's got some of the usual sci-fi alien flaws--he's arrogant about his species's accomplishments. And, yes, there are parts of the movie which feel like padding. It's certainly not going to overturn anyone's views on that subject, and I'm not trying to suggest it should. It's certainly not good, and it's not the first movie of this particular genre that I'd suggest to someone who, as so many of you do, has declared an intense hatred of Disney. Still, we do assume that aliens would look like humans--and this one even still manages to give the alien a love interest! Honestly, I really like this movie. No, we have no more reason to believe that aliens would look like cats than we do that they would look like humans--less, in fact, to believe that an intelligent, space-traveling alien could be played by an actual cat. And the thing is, for all that, I find this movie charming. I'm not totally oblivious to that sort of thing. (Well, so can I--doesn't anyone have to show ID on that base?) I'm also aware that the reason they didn't just flip Roddy McDowall's film in the darkroom is that it's funnier if everyone has to crane to see it upside down. I'm sure someone who knew more about the military could pick out a lot of flaws there. If I want believable, I should watch a different movie. Believe me, I could spend a lot more time picking on the science than I have, and the main reason I don't is that, yes, I know it's a live action Disney movie from 1978. Very few of these are at all thought-provoking, and this is less so than others. This is, of course, an inherently silly movie. Opposable thumbs are a specific kind, and only humans have them. A thumb, maybe. And while you may think your cat has one, it does not. I also think this bit is kind of new--it's now believed that part of what drove the increase in brainpower was the opposable thumb. And, yes, I know that the species was somehow supposed to develop full intelligence through different means than humans, and I get that the screenwriters probably didn't know a lot of evolutionary biology. It seems to be that big simply so that Frank has a place to stand when he's in the ship with Jake, and I get that it's not unreasonable from the set designers' perspective, but it's still a little irksome. Full of unnecessary open spaces. I'm expecting logic? But the ship is, frankly, huge. 1978. Disney. Yeah, I know. Which in some ways I found kind of annoying, because there were some issues with Jake's spaceship that made it unbelievable for me for a cat-like species. Obviously, given the title. Oh, and Jake is a cat. Hilarity ensues. Norman Link (Stevenson). Elizabeth "Liz" Bartlett (Sandy Duncan) and Dr. ) Frank enlists the help of fellow scientists Dr. (Why he thinks he will be able to take over the universe, given that Jake is from a society full of that power, is another issue. Stallwood (Roddy McDowall), sees Jake as the solution to his goal, which is probably to take over the world--though he does start dreaming bigger when he sees Jake's power. Olympus (William Prince), as represented by his agent, Mr. Mr. Of course, the military, represented by General Stilton (Morgan), is all over it. Franklin "Frank" Wilson (Ken Berry), a scientist whom Zunar-J-5--nicknamed "Jake"--believes can help him return to his home planet. He meets up with a human named Dr. He has been participating in a survey mission for his planet, and part of his spaceship has burned out. Zunar-J-5/Doric-4-7 (traded off by Amber and Rumple) is crash-landing on Earth, an obscure little planet in the middle of nowhere. I can't help wondering if it was intentional. Here, too, Harry Morgan (still alive) is playing the crusty old military man, and McLean Stevenson (dead) is playing the crazy, not-terribly-bright doctor. He was serving in World War I, before more than a few of the other characters were born. " He's regular Army, and he's older, and it would just feel weird. Potter "Sherman. No one ever calls Col. Which I think, incidentally, tells you a lot about the characters in question. It's got Henry and Colonel Potter. And that's kind of how I think of this movie, when I really stop to think about it. The two men then both apparently hooked up with an alien cat, so I guess happy endings for all. Potter rolled in. " Shortly thereafter, Colonel Sherman T. Featuring Not One but Two Colonels! Three years before this movie was made, Henry Blake left the 4077 and crashed into the Sea of Japan (I think it was the Sea of Japan) in the episode "Abyssinia, Henry


Heather T (it)

orth a watch for sure!. I was along for the ride the whole time. Very impressed. Took a chance and watched this today


Jason F (it)

With great laughs, characters, and style "Snatch" succeeds where others would normally fail, and a definite career maker for Jason Statham. "Snatch" is the British version of "Pulp Fiction". In fact, that's a perfect comparison. The closest thing I can compare this film to is "Pulp Fiction"


Josh E (ca)

Cary Grany is hilarious in this!


Juani S (fr)

Somehow nothing really happens but you are always tense. On the edge of your seat


Julie P (it)

was a great movie, funny and sad but really good


Matt M (ag)

Allen's real debut overflows with creativity and original gags that defined the filmmaker's early works and showed off an exceptional talent early on in the man's filmmography


native girl (us)

I like the movie Running Brave, its a really good movie, N it tells about how Billy Mills life is lived