In an effort to end family feuding, a young gypsy travels back in time to kill mammoths to ensure Hungary becomes rich by killing mammoths in order to create a massive oil reservoir. Things don't go entirely according to plan...
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Iris L (es) wrote: February 1942. The battle over Singapore has begun. An Australian fighter pilot was shot down over the jungle. As he walks through the jungle he comes across a Chinese soldier and the two form a camaraderie. This is a slow moving film, with practically now dialog. The strength of the film is the awesome cinematography. This viewer was impressed by Taiwanese actor Mo Zi Yi's performance as the Chinese soldier. The Australian soldier, played by Khan Chittenden (who reminded me of Matt Damon)
Dimitar A (ru) wrote: Very cheap animation.Interesting concept,though.Good play for Johanna Watts (Lt. Caroline Bradley )
Lydia M (ca) wrote: What a great movie! Not surprised the "critics" didn't like it.
Steve G (es) wrote: I hated this when it came out.
Steve D (br) wrote: Fairly predictable and "convenient" story which could've been scarier. And my satan, Gwyneth Paltrow had some lovely breasts when she was 20. My hat is tipped in their general direction.
Paul D (de) wrote: Has interest value if you want to see Tom Hanks in his early years as an actor, but it's very much television movie standard.
Dylan C (ag) wrote: Starting in the 1890 and ending up in the 1980's, "American Pop" tells a fascinating animated tale of four generations of men, each struggling to make it in America through music. It starts in Russia, under the rule of the Czars, where a boys Jewish father is killed. The boy and his mother travel to America, and thus begins a wonderfully crafted story of the American dream. "American Pop" starts out a little choppy, jumping from place to place but soon it settles down and concentrates on it's characters. The characters, mainly the four leading men, are what drives the story and makes it so immersing. We can all relate to their desires and needs, and although we may not condone the actions they take to achieve those needs, we root for them. This movie is stunningly animated, consisting of typical Bakshi-style animation integrated with archival film footage and pictures, which I found to be very original. Another thing I liked about "American Pop" was the music, a vast and very entertaining soundtrack that captivates the viewer in the animation. I really enjoyed Ralph Bakshi's animations mixed in with the catchy songs and I recommend everyone to see "American Pop".
Jairo A (fr) wrote: Motel Hell is a unique type of movie. It mixes dark humor with creepiness/horror nicely. It's not for everyone but I found it fun and entertaining.
Heather M (us) wrote: Burt Reynolds - Enough said!
Cindy I (mx) wrote: A warm and fuzzy family film about a young girl's love of her horse and her pursuit of a win at the Grand Nationals horse race. This stars an incredibly beautiful 12-year old Elizabeth Taylor, Mickey Rooney, and Donald Crisp as the curmudgeonly but lovable father, Mr. Brown. There are some scenes that are TOO coincidental, such as how Velvet (Taylor) acquires the horse to begin with, and how the results of the race are decided. Why take the long way around? We know she's going to win the horse or we'd have no movie. Why tiptoe around the obvious? The race itself, consisting of jumps over hedges and ditches, is breathtaking. A number of horses don't complete the jumps, jockeys are thrown or fall from their horses, and the recording of this event makes you feel you're actually there. Kind of a Ben-Hur feel to it in some ways. Mickey Rooney was a hugely talented actor as a child, and he doesn't disappoint here. He is by turns sweet or bossy or calculating or afraid. He has a wonderful series of scenes with character actor Arthur Treacher as they watch the race progress. I've always found Elizabeth Taylor's early performances a little too saccharine for my tastes, but she has a glow in her face and her voice that you can't help but be drawn to. Small children, especially horse-obsessed little girls, will like this, and it's good enough that adults won't be pulling their hair out while watching it. The main theme at the time was probably about going after your dreams, and it is that. But Velvet's talk with her mother (Anne Revere) about those dreams also holds a feminist message -- that women can do anything men can do. What better message could there be for little girls?
Eric H (br) wrote: Empire Records is a really fun, light movie that you could watch over and over and not get sick of! Ethan Embry (credited as Ethan Randall) is really good in it, even though it's just a supporting role, he delivers an amazing performance!
Arjun A (es) wrote: Cute and at times quite funny