The Boy and the Ball and the Hole in the Wall
Not realizing the dangers he is facing, Young Dieter will do anything to get his ball back after it was thrown over the Berlin wall by a ruthless guard.
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Brendan N (de) wrote: As kids films go this had a lot of heart and character. Not my type of thing but the kids
Sophia B (ca) wrote: Impressive movie, if you like to see crazy death defying skiers. hehe. Not as good as Warren Miller's films, but quite intense and amazing.
Annick T (jp) wrote: Trop Drle! Les voix franaises ne collaient pas du tout aux personnages ! Un bon film voir pour rigoler un peu !
Douglas W C (ag) wrote: Watch this again and this just does not hold up as funny as it once was
Zachary Y (us) wrote: Classic Bruce Campbell at the top of his acting game
Jon M (us) wrote: Hokey but entertaining made-for-TV flick. Also, you'll know who the wolf is the second you see the character introduced, because he's so obviously the wolf, but some of the performances by the character actors in this aren't bad (Geoffrey Lewis is pretty decent as a red herring.) Netflix's streaming version has each commercial break marked with "Place Commercial Here", which is pretty funny.
Savannah G (nl) wrote: It's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! By far, one of the crowning achievements for Disney as well as the entire film industry!
Lucas Augusto C (au) wrote: One of Woody Allen's great masterpiece. A genious, funny and incredibly wonderful work. The pseudo-documentary tells the strange and entertaining story of Leonard Zelig, the human chameleon who can turn be the people around him (in the mental and physical appearances). The film deepens man's quest for a better human being, a personality, have their own opinions, despite being influenced by others. The film chronicles a goal of man: to be accepted in society that lives in spite of being different from others. The comedy that addresses all these issues, it is also somewhat human and romantic, turning this little seventy-nine pseudo-documentary in a masterpiece of the great genius Woody Allen, one of eternal masters of cinema.