hree teenagers looking for adventure find more than they expected in this coming-of-age drama. High school seniors Wade (Jason James Richter) and Lorna (Kate Hudson) have spent all their lives in the small logging town of Calamus Grove, a conservative place where change comes slowly. Jesse Howl (Douglas Spain), a teenager of Native American ancestry, has just moved to Calamus Grove, and soon finds he doesn't fit in this close-knit community. Wade and Lorna go out of their way to befriend Jesse, and soon find that they're also regarded as outcasts among their peers. Eager to get away from the narrow minds which are stifling them, the three friends grab a car and take off for a summer road trip that turns out to be full of lessons in life and love. Ricochet River was based on the novel by Robin Cody.
Writer:Robin Cody (novel), Patrick O'Connor (screenplay)
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Milan P (it) wrote: Special Chabbis was really special!
Fraser C (br) wrote: The look of the film does bring back nostalgia for the classic comic books. Asterix in Britain was one of my favourites. So the 2 stars here is for that alone. The rest of the film was just annoying.
Nathan N (ru) wrote: Stay away. Don't be tempted by Foree and Haig. Once again, they are both waisted. A stupid and cheap. I let this run in the background while a wrote a paper. It makes for ok white noise but little else. A disapointment.
Wes S (fr) wrote: A bit childish but still fairly dark. It's a interesting story and Zedus looks incredible. Gamera feels a bit cheesy but it's fun to see him grow from a little turtle to a giant monster. Characters were alright and ending was fine. I wouldn't mind a sequel.
Michelle T (gb) wrote: One of the best David & Peter Paul movies ever.
RiP M (es) wrote: Delightful Fellini-esque (who else?) spectacle. This ship sails on visuals on charms, with or without you. One of Il Maestro's most underrated.
Paul D (de) wrote: A well done war romance although Harrison Ford is a little miscast for this storyline.
Phaedra V (fr) wrote: A textbook example of how to execute subtle exposition in the second part of the opening sequence.
Brad G (mx) wrote: "They're Going To Kill You." "That Don't Matter. I Was Born Dead." Dang depressing exploitation flick. I really love the first fifteen/twenty minutes and the last fifteen/twenty minutes, but the middle is bogged down in a lot of mundane scripting. A young, Rolling Thunder era Tommy Lee Jones partners up with the savage housewife, Yvette Mimieux after her brutal rape inside a hick jailhouse. Jones is a disgusting brute, but has wonderful chemistry with Mimieux and their final getaway had me cheering the way only B Movie exploitation can. Not a great film, but a must-see for fans of the Roger Corman sensibility. VF.
tom l (ru) wrote: a terrible movie that spawn many very similar ones
Sam M (de) wrote: Great performances and realism, soundtrack too.
Daniel G (mx) wrote: Very funny. I'm glad to have seen this movie.
Francisco L (it) wrote: Unoriginal, predictable, bad graphics, but good suspense and interesting.
Tom D (it) wrote: San Andreas Quake is another copycat movie that flops. The only redeeming quality is that the CGI and acting is so bad that I laughed so hard I felt sick. (THE HIPPO LOL)
Aksel G (es) wrote: This film is not just about surviving high-school, but surviving school with, help from, friends that care. The film is so fragile emotionally and display the ups and downs of a teenager with a mental health problem, contributed or even created by a disturbing past. The 'Perks of being a wallflower' is without a doubt one of the best high school movies within the last decade, maybe even beyond that. It's not just a "high school" movie but a film including close up on love, friends, family, difference between people and many more strong and powerful "mini" genres. Add all that up and you have an exceptional movie, which can touch your emotion above and beyond.
Kalani H (it) wrote: I loved this movie because I like predictable endings. ..it's a movie I would watch over and over. The movies that end in tragedy, or the girl not getting the guy, I won't watch more then once..You people who love romance will love this movie....I'm just a romantasist. Is that a word in the dictionary?