The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams
After fleeing into the mountains after he is wrongly accused of murder, woodsman "Grizzly Adams" discovers an uncanny bond to the indigenous wildlife of the region after rescuing an orphaned grizzly bear cub whom he adopts and calls "Ben".
After fleeing into the mountains after he is wrongly accused of murder, woodsman "Grizzly Adams" discovers an uncanny bond to the indigenous wildlife of the region after rescuing an orphaned grizzly bear cub whom he adopts and calls "Ben". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams torrent reviews
(de) wrote: The story is just an excuse (and it doesn't finish at the end) and the directing is a bit rough, but you forgive everything because of a lot of good moments and bright ideas, with an all stars cast.
(gb) wrote: I heard this film was rejected at Submission at the Cannes Film Festival. Most likely since it's a complete rip off of the 2005 American Film Crash. A Shame that's it a Historic Landmark in Emarati Cinema.
(nl) wrote: a crappy zombie movie but very gory
(nl) wrote: martin yan played a gd role in this movie, haha great style.
(kr) wrote: isn't it a cliche? but this kind of magic still amusing :)
(au) wrote: This is possibly the worst movie of all time, which is why I bought it and had it shipped here from the US. Read the plot synopsis. It defies my attempts to describe it.
(jp) wrote: Others that have watched with me do not agree
(ag) wrote: Ok prequel/sequel explaining the origin story of Norman Bates. It's a little hokey with Perkins as Bates phoning in to a radio show about matricide and Henry Thomas playing a young Norman Bates. It's entertaining enough but ultimately kind of unnecessary.
(gb) wrote: When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping!
(mx) wrote: Imagine Richard Pryor as your bus driver to school. Do you think for one minute he would take most of the mess you gave yours growing up?? Hell no. A road trip with a bunch of troubled teens with him driving the bus was bound to be funny. The only fault in this is language...in 1981 you just wasnt gonna get away with that with kids but it still makes for a very funny Pryor movie. R.I.P
(mx) wrote: An Admirable Yet Admittedly Useless Sequel!
(ag) wrote: lots of breaking glass and yelling.
(br) wrote: It is one of my many John Wayne western movies with a very strong supporting cast. It shows life in the west after the death of Custard, the ending of a long military career and a love triangle between a beautiful woman and 2 young officers.
(au) wrote: From the very opening the tone is set. A dark scene, the sounds of roaring, and the powerful yet haunting score. It gives an all-consuming sense of dread. Created from the nation's fear and anxiety over what had happened to them at the end of the Second World War, Godzilla becomes the perfect metaphor for death and destruction that man can and has inflicted on himself. Also, is it just me or has Godzilla never been scarier? Seriously, the man in a suit look has never been particularly horrifying. Yet the stark black and white and atmosphere really sell it. Seriously, the fact that almost never see his eyes in it give him an aww inspiring quality to him. It's often remembered as the best in the franchise and it's not hard to see why.