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Rangan R (it) wrote: A fictional historic movie that tells the story about the Afro-Americans family. It was a television movie adapted from a novel of the same name. The movie is a purpose to learn about the history. Also describes the unity of the family and importance to fight back for the right things which was inspiring. It was not a violent movie, it was PG rated that everyone in the family can watch together on a fine occasion. It was shorter and targets nothing particularly about, but all the stuffs that happen around the family was showcased satisfactory manner. An old man, Kenny recalls his childhood incidental story when the country was in revolution for his race. Kenny is a 11-year-old, born in a happy middle class family who live in Michigan. He got a trouble making older brother and an adorable little sister. On a summer holiday they decide to visit grandma who is in Birmingham. So the journey begins, but half way through they come to know that revolution for the civil rights movement has begun. Once they have reached, after the initial few days all the three children start to like the city. One side the revolution and the other side the family vacation. How the Watson family encountered historic event that took place was briefed with many good dialogues and tragic incidents.''Nonviolence is the key in the fight...To break the bondage of oppression.'' A fine family story. This television movie offers lots of fun moments as well thinkable about our history. Good performance except a couple of them did not convince through their exhibition. The story was told from a kid's perspective about the events he witnessed during the holiday vacation that changed the history of entire country forever. As a kid, he grew up in a society that troubled by racism remarks. Where he visits during the holiday makes him realize the existence of two kinds of a divided society. The story of the family might be fictitious, but the affairs happened around them were based on the real. Especially the bombing incident was very true. Anyway, a simplest movie for television audience. This movie is especially for people who are not into books. Those who are into both are always draw differences. I have not read it, but I liked this movie. Not a must see movie, but to add to the watch list and give it a shot when the proper time you think has arrived.
Bengel W (us) wrote: Brainwashing done Christmas style makes for an interesting family movie that will have you wanting more pudding. The story is rather thin so think of it as a children's film and things will fall into place. Soppiness is the order of the day so just lay back and enjoy the simple rollercoaster. So just keep lying to the Children. Nibbles: Hot Chocolate.
Jorge G (es) wrote: The fact that it manages to create the eerie feeling of the actual game, means that it succeeds. Could have been better, but it's a decent effort, hampered a bit by a convoluted plot that will seem even more puzzling to people not familiar with the game.
Tyler W (kr) wrote: This Movie Was BY FAR THEE WORST TCM FILM EVER THOUGHT UP!
Rebekah L (au) wrote: Rob Lowe is one of the worst actors in the world, not convincing at all, compared with Spader who make him look bad, he actually carries the whole movie. If youre bored than watch it other wise pass
Jodi A (au) wrote: Love it Love it Love it.
Bill C (us) wrote: Sheena Easton, John Oates and John Waite seal the deal; this unfunny film never survives the eighties. The boorish Jim Belushi tries for "loud and obnoxious" but settles for "offensive and irritating". American narcissism in full bloom.
Eric H (us) wrote: I saw this many years ago and remembered it being very interesting. Watching it again I was surpised at how good it actually is. It may seem dated because of the format, but it remains a truly thought provoking and watchable movie.
Alberto G (ru) wrote: I wanted to revisit this old "scary flick" of the Showtime era just to be sure it was as dull as it was when I first watched it. An impressive cast is wasted by old age. You can see that these notable actors were not even having fun doing this movie. The story is decent, the special effect were just fine for the times, but there was nothing suspenseful here. And to top it off, logic was thrown out the window.
Mhux I (de) wrote: feels like a lame Persona riddled with clichs.
Aaron O (ag) wrote: To me, this still remains to be one of the best Vietnam war films of all time because rather than the great "war is hell" film like Saving Private Ryan where you root for the soldiers to triumph, in Hamburger Hill, (Spoilers, in case you didn't already know) there is no actual triumph here. You watch these men go through agony and suffering for... well... for nothing, really. In a way, the underlying messages in these two films are exact opposites that share a common theme of "war is hell." However, while the moral of the war in Saving Private Ryan is "war is hell... and it's justified", the moral of the war in Hamburger Hill is "war is hell... and it's all for nothing." For every battle scene in Hamburger Hill, you see this platoon of men getting slaughtered. You rarely ever see an American soldier kill a Vietcong. You feel their pain and live their anguish. And by the end of the massacre it seems as though the film ends on a question. "Was it worth it?" And the answer to anyone with an empathetic, sane mind would be a blatant, "No."
Michelle F (mx) wrote: Fabulous albeit dated film...story is wonderful