On Borrowed Time

On Borrowed Time

Young Pud is orphaned and left in the care of his aged grandparents. The boy and his cantankerous old grandfather become inseparable friends. But Gramps is concerned for his grandson's future and wary of a scheming relative who seeks Pud's custody. One day Mr. Brink--an agent of Death--arrives to take Gramps "to the land where the woodbine twineth." Through a bit of trickery, Gramps confines Mr. Brink, and thus Death, to the top of an old apple tree, giving Gramps extra time to resolve issues about Pud's future.

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Carroll H (mx) wrote: Good revenge story, with lots of action, always hard to work with caucasion as lead. Where are the spaghetti kung fu from 40 years ago ?

Ken T (au) wrote: This was an off the wall and straight to video comedy. The WWF wrestler Edge quite wrestling for acting. As the lead, I would have preferred more action from him. Alas, it just wasn't to be...Hope he got paid well because this little gem will be unknown virtually...

Walter M (ag) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "Woman on the Beach," Moon-sook(Ko Hyun-Joung) is not Chang-wook's(Kim Tae-Woo) boyfriend, no matter what he may think. But regardless of the circumstances, she accompanies him as he goes to an off-season resort town with Joong-rae(Kim Seung-Woo), a film director who is hoping to finish the script he is working on. But nothing comes easy. Oh well. At least, Moon-sook is interested in him...[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Woman on the Beach" is a moderately engaging movie about miscommunication and relationships. The deliberate pace and long takes(but not the accompanying zooms and close-ups) work in the movie's favor but it is simply too long for something as inconsequential as this. Instead of letting the action unfold naturally, writer-director Hong Sang-soo takes a rather clumsy and forced approach to the material. And the last bit of symbolism is too obvious.[/font]

Jackie M (ru) wrote: really good story that is, sadly, all too real. both mark's and joaquim's portrayal as unraveling fathers, but for different reasons, were excellent.

Matt L (ca) wrote: I ended up having to watch this movie three times cuz I kept watching it late and falling asleep. It's not that bad, but those electricians are total dumbasses when it comes to fighting spiders in other dimensions. This story could be changed and used for other low budget films.

Ryan K (mx) wrote: This movie goes on my top 20 list...of worst movies. Why did I waste a netflix queue spot on this. *starts crying*

Michael H (it) wrote: Eighties cheese with horrible special effects and spectacularly hammy overacting from both Sands and Grant, this is still enjoyable nonsense if you're in the right mood

Jacob M (nl) wrote: this movey is amost as good as obama

Jamie I (fr) wrote: The best version of Hamlet I have ever seen. For real. David Tennent masterfully commands every single scene. Highly recommended.

Darren P (jp) wrote: The tales may be extraordinary, but the execution? Passable.