Based on elements from the stories of Mark Twain, this feature-length Claymation fantasy follows the adventures of Tom Sawyer, Becky Thatcher and Huck Finn as they stowaway aboard the interplanetary balloon of Mark Twain. Twain, disgusted with the human race, is intent upon finding Halley's Comet and crashing into it, achieving his "destiny." It's up to Tom, Becky, and Huck to convince him that his judgment is wrong and that he still has much to offer humanity that might make a difference. Their efforts aren't just charitable; if they fail, they will share Twain's fate. Along the way, they use a magical time portal to get a detailed overview of the Twain philosophy, observing the "historical" events that inspired his works.
Alexander N (gb) wrote: Weird story, little suspense, lame action scenes and irrelevant characters. I was expecting more...
Kaysi P (es) wrote: Amazing film with a captivating storyline. Full of excitement. Couldn't take my eyes away from the screen.
James W (ru) wrote: A must see movie that is so underrated, people need to see 100 Feet, and people need to see the body breaking scene where poor Ed Westwick is attacked. Frightening, extremely brutal and constantly dishing out jumpy shocks alongside a sinister atmosphere, 100 Feet is a smart and satisfying horror movie that works so well due to the small setting, all the action happens in one place and the claustrophobic feeling that Famke Janssen's character is experiencing you also feel it too. Solid performances from it's two leads, a handful of jumpy moments and gore so violent you may turn away in fear or be gobsmacked.
Stephan G (jp) wrote: This movie is flawless! Brilliant satire, parody and meta sci-fi in both genre and subject matter.
NAL (nl) wrote: not as good as the first one but still a great movie
Amber Beasley M (ru) wrote: this is a truly wonderful movie!!
(jp) wrote: It's sunny, intelligent and simple.
Joe H (gb) wrote: I'm not really sure why I'm giving this a rating ABOVE 1 star. Maybe that extra half a start is purely for the awesome that is Robert Vaughn, even though I feel like he is SEVERELY under-used in this movie. But, seriously, probably one of the most boringest loose-ends flying everywhere alien movie I have ever seen in my life. It made my TEARS have tears it was so boring. It was 1 hour and 37 minutes longer than it needed to be. And as soon as the end credits come up you seriously are left there, jaw half-open, the popcorn that you've been eating just falling out, possibly even dropping your drink onto your lap, as you go frozen in disbelief. And the quote from "Black Sheep" after Chris Farley falls down the mountainside approriately comes to mind: ".....What in the HECK was THAT all about???" Seriously, the movie had us believing that it was actually the Pilot for a TV series, because there were so many unanswered questions it just seemed like they HAD to be planning to continue it in a series or something. I should have known that an alien movie from 1980 was still too close to the 70's to be a GOOD 80's alien film. Patrocious. Simply patrocious. Never again.
Arjun D (mx) wrote: Average script. Sunny Deol showed his "1 man show" tactics yet again. Gets emotional in the end.
Pavandeep S (fr) wrote: This is what I call Smooth, in the usual capitalized nouns of the deutsch. I found myself really mezmerized by the screen with this, a very good film that paints a person very well on screen and at the same time, has that melodramatic sensibilities of Wenders that will be full-blown much more latedr on.
Christy W (jp) wrote: Very faithful adaptation of the book (which is still in print if you want to read it -- a hard read, but definitely satisfying). And on top of that, beautiful. It's really great that this is a husband and wife team. And Mickey Curtis was really great. Crazy.
Sharron K (es) wrote: Ruby was not a tap dancer. She was a clog dancer and tried to tap.
Brandon C (gb) wrote: Home on the Range is definitely one of Disney's low points of animation films. Most of the characters are uninteresting and the animation is like a downgrade compare to other Disney films.
Jose D (mx) wrote: My all-time favorite childhood movie and in my opinion the greatest Disney movie of all time!!!