For Beary Barrington, The Country Bears' young #1 fan, fitting in with his all-too-human family is proving im-paws-ible. When he runs away to find Country Bear Hall and his heroes, he discovers the venue that made them famous is near foreclosure. Beary hightails it over the river and through the woods to get the Bears in the Band back together for an all-out reunion concert to save Country Bear Hall.
Beary, a young bear raised by a human family in a world where humans and talking bears coexist, attempts to trace his roots. When he runs away to find his Country Bear Hall and his heroes, he discovers the venue that made them famous is near foreclosure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ricardo R (ag) wrote: I used to love him when I was growing up so that's why I found his life story so compelling.
Jade M (mx) wrote: What I really liked about this movie was, otther than the initial spell, it didn't try to make Wicca look too insane. It seemed quite factual, like the writers actually looked stuff up before putting it in the script. Also, coming from a small town in the bible belt, I feel they really nailed the concept of a town full of backward ignorant people. Although at times it seemed more like a love story than a horror film, it definitely had its moments.
Michaela L (ag) wrote: Strong performances and a fun perspective on the world of gymnastics makes this one of my favorite sports movies.
Paul T (au) wrote: Save your self the waste of 2 hours and just watch "Angel Heart".
David L (au) wrote: Magnolia does have its inconsistencies with some dated aspects to it and a couple of boring or underused characters plus it is poorly edited, but it is still so incredibly well acted with Tom Cruise being surprisingly good and delivering his finest performance to date, it is very emotional at times, the stories are mostly interesting, some characters are so relatable and endearing and the film is mostly very engaging, dramatic and emotionally rewarding.
Robert I (es) wrote: Very fun, great film. Bravo Kurtzman.
Zarinah H (mx) wrote: I can't believe I came upon this gem of a movie by accident - The Picture Bride is a haunting account of the journey of naive 16 year old Okinawan, Riyo [Youki Kudoh] who accepts a marriage proposal from far-flung Hawai'i, from a man whose only contact is through a picture and some letters.She accepts the proposal only because of her own sorry circumstances, bearing a social stigma associated with the demise of both her parents from a disease. Upon arrival however, Riyo is devastated to learn that her 'young' husband [as seen in the photos he sent] is actually a 43 year old man, older even than her deceased father. Matsuji [Akira Takayama] is aware of Riyo's aversion to him, and though eager to consummate their marriage, he patiently waits and bears with her impatience, rudeness, lack of adaptability etc. The story moves along and we follow young Riyo's journey as a picture bride. She puts up with much hardship, toiling by day in the sugar plantation, and by night as a laundress, helping her friend, Kana [Tamlyn Tomita] who herself is a picture bride and in a tempestuous marriage marred by violence. Riyo's dream is to earn and save enough to make her way back to Japan, a fact her older husband is much aware of. Yet, as time passes, Riyo begins to form an attachment to her husband, who despite his unsophisticated ways and age, is at heart a patient and kind man. The Picture Bride is a poignant movie that has humor, tenderness and is set against a historical and scenic backdrop. It is also enhanced by the appearance of legendary Japanese screen icon, Toshiro Mifune who plays the role of a travelling storyteller. Well-acted and beautifully told.
John B (au) wrote: Wenders' "American" film is a very charming story about an unlikely friendship between a broke reporter and a child that has been left in his care. The interactions are sweet and genuine.
Daniel K (ag) wrote: This was a pretty good movie could do without the socialist communist agenda with it... but it was well done and interesting to see hapkido in a film. Would have been better if Tom Laughlin was actually native.
Maggie G (gb) wrote: I thought Jude Law was amazing in the film This is the part e has been waiting for to show his chops off. It was surreal, Law was over the top in a monumental way, but it all fit. It kept me watching. I was impressed by the freshness of some of the scenes, especially the car crash. Film can go anywhere it does not have to be exact and "real" in this film the fantasy like scene worked. I thought the was intelligent, quick and fit with the tone. Overall, it was enjoyable. So many times I am disappointed and I keep waiting for the the film to get better, it usually doesn't this one delivered.
Ryan H (gb) wrote: For how much talent is involved in this it sorely disappoints. Very uneven, very meh.
Cecily B (au) wrote: I totally thought this movie was going to be a recent book by the same name that I had read recently that ironcially with Kate Winslet being the lead actress in this film the book was about the titanic. I was thinking if this is the same they are giving her some back story before what I read. I do realize now that this was not the case though the last like 30 minutes is really really good but other then that it is a bit slow and I'm sorry but I dont buy into Liam Hemsworth and Kate Winslet as a couple..not bad but not amazing either...