The "Flea" is a handwritten little newspaper written, edited and published by Ilias, a determined twelve year-old schoolboy who lives in a remote village in the mountains near ancient Olympia. His efforts go largely unappreciated by his elders, who tease him and nickname him "The Flea", and his concerned parents are convinced his preoccupation with his newspaper will distract him from more serious studies and forbid him to continue it. Ilias' only allies are a quixotic eccentric and a sensitive schoolgirl. The villagers' scoffing at Ilias' ambitions changes to admiration when an Athenian journalist shows up to do a story on Ilias. He becomes disheartened, however when he realizes much of their enthusiasm stems from hopes for increased tourism spurred by his fame and he distrusts the journalist's motives as well.
Evan H (br) wrote: The acting is very realistic. Love the storyline. It's like a window into some people's lives! Worth seeing more than once! Has humour mixed in with the drama.
Sean S (es) wrote: Rather low ratings on this one but I enjoy this sort of historical fiction about cultures I want to know more about. So it that sense it is quite good, with good acting and beautiful scenery and cinematography.
Muffin M (jp) wrote: Lanie (Angelina Jolie) is a beautiful, ambitious newscaster who thinks that having the perfect hair, perfect boyfriend and perfect apartment adds up to the perfect life, until an encounter with a street psychic throws her world into chaos. With the help of her handsome, wise-cracking co-worker Peter (Edward Burns), Lanie must face a destiny as hilarious as it is romantic.also stars Tony Shalhoub, Christian kane, Stockard Channing, Melissa Enrico, James Gammon, Lisa Thornhill and Gregory Itzin.directed by Stephen Herek.
Jack H (br) wrote: lame and disappointing. the ending lacked, and the whole movie took itself too seriously.
Freeman M (nl) wrote: Not as well-done as An Inconvenient Truth, but much more fast-paced.
Catherine F (nl) wrote: Awesomely 80s. Many snazzy synthesizer bike races.
Wwe S (jp) wrote: I enjoyed Rocky 4 loved Ivan drago
Daniel D (fr) wrote: The first Bond movie truly has a lot going for it. I feel the 2 films that came right after it (From Russia With Love and Goldfinger) are better, however this film is still quite good in its own right. Dr. No, while a good first Bond villain, is definitely no Auric Goldfinger, and Professor Dent is no Red Grant or Oddjob (in fact, he's not a brutish henchman at all, so I guess more power to that character in not having been a stereotypical henchman). The theme song used for the title sequence was the James Bond theme mixed with some Caribbean instrumental or something like that, which is cool for starting a series, but more interesting uses of music for title sequences would come later on down the road. It's also good to see Bond roughing it here: you see him walking barefoot and using basic stealth skills on the swamp in Dr. No's island. This raw interpretation of Bond likely influenced Craig's later take on the character. So even though I only give it 4 stars because I feel there's better Bond films out there, I still highly recommend this film for those interested in going through the EON series.