Take Me Home: The John Denver Story

Take Me Home: The John Denver Story

The story of the amazing life of John Denver

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on book,  

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Take Me Home: The John Denver Story torrent reviews

Michael S (jp) wrote: Cheesy but fun, it suffers from a low budget and comical acting but the action was good. Def a guilty pleasure film.

Private U (jp) wrote: Interesting ideas about suffering, what we do with it, and how it shapes us. Good conversation starter!

Private U (nl) wrote: u can't hide the truth

Matthew G (ag) wrote: This movie was bad. The series that it's based on in Nickelodeon is better, in my opinion.

Private U (de) wrote: Most interesting look at a handful of 60's-70's horror films and their directors. Last House on the Left is mentioned and really really really looks so freaking bizarre...

Lauren D (mx) wrote: I don't understand why this movie is on bad chick flick lists. I love this movie.....wish there was more like it!

Stefano L (ag) wrote: A different movie on war, as someone has just said before, focused on the women's war, not the men's one. I think Cate Blanchett was gorgeous in her role. Really, I loved her character. This is not strictly inherent to the movie, but I think Cate Blanchett is not a girl that you look at as one of the most beautiful in the hollywood system, but has something in her glance that makes her amazing, and in this film this something surely appears.

Brandon J (ag) wrote: I've never seen a film that evoked so much empathy in me for such a complex and conflicted character. Nick Nolte doesn't get enough credit for what a courageous thespian he has been. It is also amazing how such a dark film is capable of evoking humor about its subject without treading into the ridiculous. It's always refreshing to see such a grave film not take itself so seriously. But I assue this may have a lot to do with the masterful post-modern writing of Kurt Vonnegut.

Irvin C (kr) wrote: This is often credited as the first ever Oscar winner for Best Picture even though technically it shares that distinction with the much superior film "Sunrise". This one won for Best Production while that latter film won for Best Artistic Achievement. You can definitely see why it won. It's a real epic film. The shots are stunning and exciting. It's extremely well-crafted. The special effects and the stunts still hold up to today. Unfortunately, the story they crafted around it is kind of a shallow romance that's now kind of dated and somewhat melodramatic. It's also borderline propaganda. Clara Bow lends some credibility and there are a few really good moments but overall, it's a good but not great film.

Craig F (it) wrote: Such an excellent year for film. Clooney outperformes a smart script and superb direction in one of 2007's best.

Eric H (es) wrote: If you are a fan of dancing films, and specifically ballroom, then I guess this has a fair amount in it to satisfy the eyes, as for the story in between it is lacking in originality, only the dancing is worth watching, otherwise it's only probably only worth seeing the once, a slightly lame romantic comedy drama.

Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: 55%Saw this on 19/7/15Tower Heist utilizes it's first 30 minutes in setting up a backdrop for a heist movie with plenty of laughs and it actually becomes a movie that shows a worthy reason for the heist. However, once the heist actually begins, the film looses all it's brains and also it's laughs. The rest of the movie is barely a wait for it all to end. The actors do well with what they are provided with. However, I really don't understand why Mathew Broderick was there in this film and also in the heist.

Gabriel Arthur P (kr) wrote: This IS a classic. This film did not necessarily tread new territory in B-grade films, however, it DID set a new standard -- or "throw down the gauntlet" as it's said. You'd be missing out on film history if you chose not to watch it. It's genuinely one of those B-grade films that deserves an A-grade status. Do yourself a favor -- go back in time and watch this film. 5/5