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Tracy F (kr) wrote: Pretty good. Definitely gets you to look at yourself.
Pablo G (ca) wrote: A very peculiar and deep animated biography with layers of commentary and great characters to keep the sometimes too dramatic story interesting and creative.
Sue M (de) wrote: OMG just saw the trailer really looks interesting
Anna L (gb) wrote: Well-acted and amusing little movie from Roeg.
Jeff R (jp) wrote: good cheesy fun! Giant Rats invade Toronto Canada!
Vivek A (ca) wrote: Burt reynolds shines in this film finely directed by alan j. pakula.
Alison O (es) wrote: Best in Show: Suzanna Hamilton One for the future: Suzanna Hamilton Stand-out scene: Titty's triumph Brainer or no-brainer: Brainer Stands up to one viewing or repeated?: One DVD commentary any good?: n/a TV Set in the 1920s this adaptation of Arthur Ransome's childrens' story this 'charming' story tells of the scrapes six kids get into one summer holiday in the Lake District. Their Aunt's house overlooks a lake and the adult allows her four charges (the 'Swallows' because of their boat) to row over to an island and set up camp for several days. There they meet the 'Amazons' - two woolly-hatted girls whose Uncle owns a houseboat moored nearby. Evoking memories of campfires as a youngster (you can't beat a fry-up in the woods!) olde-worldy banter is rife and i'm not sure that Titty is an appropriate name for a youngster (short for Letitia maybe), but this Famous Five-ish adventure is pleasant enough Sunday afternoon fodder. Eldest girl Suzanna Hamilton (who made her debut here) went on to appear in the TV series Wish Me Luck and Nineteen-Eighty-Four and it's a shame that she hasn't been more prolific in her career, reduced to bit parts in the likes of Casualty. Virginia McKenna appears fleetingly as the Aunt and the kids' attempts to requisition each other's vessels takes up a large chunk of the plot, with a robbery on the the bad-tempered Uncle's boat thrown in for good measure. Idiosyncracies of the time such as charcoal burners and ginger beer bottles with cork stoppers make this an interesting period piece and there's little evidence of annoying child star behaviour to mar proceedings (of the children, only Hamilton continued to act). Pleasant enough tish and whimsy.
Audrie D (mx) wrote: The tear-jerking effects of Charlie St. Cloud.A decent romantic movie will fill you with emotion and hook you with the slightest bit of display. The movie Charlie St. Cloud creates an intro that instantly grasp your attention and fills you with the desire and urge to continue watching. The tear jerking event that occurs in the beginning of the movie drags the mood down just to quickly raise it back up. The significance of the bigger brothers love for his younger brother is like the suspense you felt as a child when you had just awaken to see the sunrise when the moon is still out. The brothers bond is instantly broken by the act of one nightly drive. While the younger brothers life is quickly taken, the older brothers is put on the edge and rebirthed into a wave of emotion. With this emotion came a sixth sense or a third eye as some would say. Charlie, the older brother (the dashing Zach Efron), was able to see ghost of those who have passed or were on the brink to such an act. When Sam (Charlie Tahan), the younger brother, was still in sight to others they made a deal to meet at sunset cannons every day. Charlie stayed loyal to his word and met Sam, or as Charlie says it Sammy, at sunset cannons every evening until Sam finally found the light.Charlie is presented with a very difficult decision when the return of a former classmate, Tess Carroll (Amanda Crew), conflicts with his promise to Sam. Both mean as much as the other to Charlie yet he can not have each. Should he decide to spend more time with Tess, Sam will vanish, yet sticking in the past with Sam will eliminate his future possibilities. This suspenseful, sentimental, heartfelt movie would be significant to the audience of those who like a rushing rollercoaster of emotional suspense in a movie. Good for a get together with girlfriends or a date night when you need to refresh your mind to the effects of love. Charlie St. Cloud is a movie full of true emotion and love, showing that if you love someone you'll do whatever it takes to keep them even if it means risking your own life.