The only friend Jim can get is the only friend he really doesn't want, the fat boy called Pitbullterje. But for the first time in life he will experience that a friend can be both easy and difficult to cope with. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jim is a 12-year-old outsider. One day Terje (an overweight boy who claims to own a pit bull) starts in his class. He considers Jim as his best friend, but the only friend Jim can get is the only friend he really doesn't want.
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Vincent P (au) wrote: Suffers from the usual failings of Asylum offerings (y'know, the production and post-production end of things)... but damn if I didn't find myself actually invested in The Hobbits'/Giants' war with the diabolical Rock People by the end!
Vincent L (jp) wrote: This was quite bad actually. The acting is pretty horrible and what a bad ending.
Jay P (mx) wrote: Ignore the bad reviews. It's a sweet film about escapism that nails the attitudes of the folk of the 70s.
Sophie B (kr) wrote: Ok. Chick flick&crime combined. Ending a bit twee. Better plot than some chick flicks.
Grant K (us) wrote: An underrated, often hilarious morality play featuring a great ensemble and one of Hartman's best performances.
Adam R (ca) wrote: (First and only viewing - 1/28/2011)
Brian B (ru) wrote: I wanted to really like this film and the concept is very good, but the acting and plot progression are both pretty blah.
Grant S (fr) wrote: Interesting historical drama. Moves fairly slowly for the first half, but speeds up thereafter.Helena Bonham Carter, in only her third movie, and Cary Elwes are solid in the lead roles.
Michael T (kr) wrote: Stark, unnerving comment on bullfighting.
Corey W (br) wrote: It's not a good movie by any means, but Alyssa Milano gets naked multiple times, and that can't be a bad thing.
Zoi K (it) wrote: Jim, Judy, Plato... Coming of age teenagers that live in the suburbs of the American Dream. They have everything but not quite. They don't have a role model to look up to. They are drifting from deed to deed trying to attract the attention of alienated or absent parents. The desire to break different from what they hate brings them to disastrous paths. A classic movie that made James Dean... well who he is, treats a favorite Hollywood topic, that of misconducted youth, with the right Hollywood touch; readable motives (the red coat of Judy and most significantly James Dean red bomber jacket as an indicator of the "fire in his soul"), the beuatiful faces, the romance between the two protagonists even perhaps the masked homosexuality of Plato. Not a bad movie though, seen in widescreen format in a 4K restoration (oh the visible grain of Cinemascope!)
Bob W (ag) wrote: From the moment it begins with Amoreena from Elton John to the very end it is wonderful story-telling. The film wastes zero time betting right into the botched bank robbery. Pacino is at his peak and the direction is fantastic making the whole retelling of the story extremely believable. Appropriately nominated for many awards. It also provides a visceral snapshot of New York in mid-70s hot summer.