14-year old Em likes to hang around in her old play house. One day a boy, Jakob, sets fire to it, and Em catches a brief glimpse of him before he disappears. They meet again a few days ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Dream Prince
14-year old Em likes to hang around in her old play house. One day a boy, Jakob, sets fire to it, and Em catches a brief glimpse of him before he disappears. They meet again a few days ...
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David A (gb) wrote: What is everyone talking about? It was filled with both subtle and obvious humor. I loved this movie. It had me laughing from the start and I had to watch it twice. This is up there with Hallpass and Heartbreak Kid.
Holly H (au) wrote: For a young girl's movie, it was pretty cute
Nick C (mx) wrote: This is the best movie of the three
Tre Bluey O (au) wrote: Hadn't seen this in a while.
Ruben A (au) wrote: obvious halloween 2 rip but it seems good
Brandon W (us) wrote: If Saving Private Ryan showed the horrific acts in World War II, then Apocalypse Now shows the horrors of the Vietnam War. Granted, I've never seen Platoon, The Deer Hunter or Full Metal Jacket but many people claim that this is the best war film ever made. In film school, we studied this film in Sound Design class, and for good reason. This film is one of the best aesthetically made films ever. Every shot looks fantastic and the sounds of the helicopters flying with that creepy score are really chilling and terrifying. Although this movie can be really slow, I kept finding myself eager to find out what happens next. For me personally, I prefer Saving Private Ryan because I felt more invested in the characters and story but Apocalypse Now should be on every filmmakers 'Must Watch List' just because of how well it looks and sounds.
Heather M (kr) wrote: I am going to have to pass on this.
Nick B (nl) wrote: 60/100. Older comedies sure are different when compared to your typical comedies today. The first half of the film was a little slow and I was afraid that I wouldn't "get" the comedy from this 50s movie- but it picked up with the arrival of Tony Curtis' character and the crew members began to get themselves into wacky situations. Most of the situations were the result of Tony Curtis' actions- his interaction with Cary Grant's character is what saved me from giving this movie a splat/thumbs down. From the pig situation to the engine repairman's experiences with the older nurse (engine wouldn't work properly since there was no valve part to replace, so the nurse used her garter as a makeshift valve- and it was disturbing to watch it get pummeled)- and the pregnant island women with their goat- and Tony Curtis' whole persona in getting the submarine parts it needed - even the pink paint ended up being pretty funny- I couldn't imagine it being anything other than corny, but it worked. It just felt like chaos and the captain couldn't help any of the situations. There was no profanity or nudity (except for the tattoo on the guy's chest), like in most comedies today. This is no masterpiece, but I enjoyed it and I got a few laughs. I would characterize this as being a "goofy" movie, but nothing like the Scarey Movie franchises or Meet the Spartans. This movie was OK.
Alejandro L (it) wrote: Tener a Jennifer Aniston no le alcanza a la pelicula, a la historia le falta credibilidad, es demasiado simple su argumento.
Ariel P (gb) wrote: Horrible shit acting