A father reminisces about his childhood when he and his younger brother moved to a new town with their mother, her new husband and their dog, Shane. When the younger brother is subjected to physical abuse at the hands of their brutal stepfather, Mike decides to convert their toy trolley, the "Radio Flyer", into a plane to fly him to safety.
- Stars:Lorraine Bracco, John Heard, Adam Baldwin, Elijah Wood, Joseph Mazzello, Ben Johnson, Sean Baca, Robert Munic, Garette Ratliff Henson, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Noah Verduzco, Isaac Ocampo, Kaylan Romero, Abraham Verduzco, T.J. Evans,
- Director:Richard Donner, David M. Evans,
- Writer:David M. Evans
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Radio Flyer torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Contrived and uncontrived romance. A very simple story. Was a pleasure to watch.
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(mx) wrote: (First viewing - Early 1999 in theaters)
(de) wrote: Sounds good on paper, is equal parts stupid and boring in practice. Not a strong Cyberpunk entry.
(ca) wrote: This is either 4 stars or negative 4 stars depending on whether or not you're in the mood for some garbage. Hilarious story of a nerd who looks kind of like Mark McGrath selling his soul to the voodoo devil (or something?) to become the greatest hair-metal artist in the world.
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(ag) wrote: uno dei pi bei film che ho mai visto
(gb) wrote: A French crime drama that's cool as a cucumber down to its gritty core.
(gb) wrote: Suspenseful, creepy underrated classic directed by Otto Preminger in the Hitchcock tradition and featuring a great collection of stars and character actors including Laurence Olivier, Noel Coward and Keir Dullea. Features another wonderful set of original opening titles by Saul Bass.
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(br) wrote: Napoleon Dynamite is a strange little comedy that isn't for everyone. I have to admit that I really liked it in High School until everyone else began to see it...then it just wore thin on me as everyone else began to quote it and act as if it was the funniest comedy ever made. There are some genuine laughs though, and easily some of the most bizarre nerdish characters ever created. If anything, it was an original when it came out. Someday, I may revisit and give it another shot for a new perspective.
(es) wrote: This movie is familiar and doesn't really offer anything that we haven't seen before. However, I do like Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie's chemistry together, and it keeps the story moving along at an interesting enough pace because of it. All in all, this is par for the course, but that can be entertaining sometimes.