A young boy wishes he could improve his and his autistic big brother's life somehow. One day a magic remote falls from the skies and changes everything. But can the boy control such a powerful device? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A young boy wishes he could improve his and his autistic big brother's life somehow. One day a magic remote falls from the skies and changes everything. But can the boy control such a powerful device?
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Erin D (ca) wrote: well done and interesting documentary about Pakistan and the Bhutto family. I'm always amazed by past US motives and the implications today. A worthwhile view.
Chris S (fr) wrote: It is a let down after Chronicles of Riddick that most of the cool mythology is ejected in a transparent effort to recapture the success of Pitch Black. If you are going to make three movies, make them all different, no apologies. Fairly entertaining, but disappointing.
BRUNO V (jp) wrote: Hulk vs Wolverine was nice for 32 minutes !
Clinton I (it) wrote: Ricky may eventually make a good feature film, but this is not it.
Ian J (jp) wrote: Any reasonable person would go into this film expecting guts, gore, and gobs of bad acting. You get the guts and gore, but you also get some genuinely intense action, acting, and emotional agony. David Slade delivers. Hartnett does the usual brooding, and continues to do it well.
Eric C (ca) wrote: Very, very cheesy. Done seemingly only for shock value, it delivers nothing more. There is really no story to follow, just random seens of weirdness and exaggerated violence. Sure the gore is cool for any hard core horror lovers, but it's only there for it's own sake, and offers no value to any part of any "story". If you decide to watch it, skip through the crap and check out the gore scenes...the only thing good about this movie.
Matt R (jp) wrote: Woah. Not what I expected, very fast paced and a lot to keep up with. A great story and great characters
Catherine R (fr) wrote: BEST MOVIE ABOUT A ROCK BAND EVER!!!! And I'm not just saying so because I'm a big Who fan or because of my endless love for Pete Townshend. No, this IS the best rockumentary ever made, mainly because it was made by a fan of the group (Jeff Stein). Rare footage, interviews, live performances (how I wish I could have been there!) , everything a fan wants to watch. Pete's powerslide is THE greatest moment in the history of rock. The second best is Keith Moon banging his wet drums in "The Rolling Stones Rock N' Roll Circus" performance of A Quick One While He's Away.
Dave C (es) wrote: Tremendous animation from South Africa. If you have small children they will love it. If you don't you will love it.Uplifting, heart-warming blah blah blah and it still comes out on top.