The Adventures of the Wilderness Family

The Adventures of the Wilderness Family

The story of a modern family bored with the hassles of the city life in Los Angeles. They head for the wilderness never to return.

Skip Robinson leads his wife, Pat; son, Toby; and daughter, Jenny on an exodus from the concrete jungle of Los Angeles. There, they learn to live with nature and more importantly, that when one has family, one has everything. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tj F (ag) wrote: Possibly the best Christmas movie in existence... even if the sound quality is a bit b grade.. you'll be wanting to make the yuletide gay after watching this sassy gay flick!

Jos M (es) wrote: La genialidad son las muchas lecturas que puede tener este film.

Brandon R (ag) wrote: i hared of it but never seen it

James R (ag) wrote: Michael Keaton stars as a cop whose partner is killed in a hostage negotiation. He than takes the law into his own hands to exact revenge provide for his partner's now orphaned kids.I'm a Keaton fan so I really liked this movie a lot. There isn't anything special about it, but it's a good guy flick.

Charlie J (it) wrote: Criterion Collection released Luchino Visconti's Senso this week so I figured I'd give it a try seeing that I had yet to see a Visconti film. The film takes place in 1866 in Venice during the Austrian occupation and Italy's attempt to finally unify as a state. These political events are a backdrop for a romantic love story though. There is a bit of a Romeo and Juliet theme here as the woman is a married Venetian Countess and the man is an Austrian Lieutenant. I don't think the link is anymore overt than that; however, part of the story does take place in Verona. The movie opens at an opera house which is fitting because the film seems like a melodramatic opera itself. The music is overbearing, the woman is constantly crying and burying her face in her hands, and there is a complete and utter tragic ending. You may think I've given something away there but I promise, it's not the tragic ending which Romeo and Juliet implies. I didn't love this film and I really am not sure yet if I even liked it. There are good scenes such as the beginning in the opera and the ensuing encounters throughout Venice, but once the story leaves Venice and moves to Verona, it falls apart for me. I also am too late to appreciate the grandeur this film represented. It was the first Italian film in Technicolor and the colors really are deep and rich. The scenes are beautiful to look at, but the strength of the story doesn't match its intensity.

Elena B (ag) wrote: Smart, bold and different. De vazut

Hunter W (br) wrote: You go into the film wanting to see the "shower scene" and leave being impressed by far more. The Horror genre has many thanks to give to Psycho.

Andrew O (it) wrote: A military thriller very unlike most, Eye in the Sky serves up a morality play that is of the most upmost importance, because it's a choice that's being made every day.