The Prince and the Pauper

The Prince and the Pauper

A poor boy and the Prince of Wales exchange identities, but events force the pair to experience each other's lives as well.

A poor boy and the Crown Prince of England exchange identities, but events force the pair to experience each other's lives as well. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brooke S (ca) wrote: sounds interesting but still don't wanna see it

Monica G (it) wrote: This was crap. Shame Scott Bakula is even associated with it. Very thin story and poorly written, it was kind of laughable and silly. Avoid it.

Thrse F (ag) wrote: Not at all interested

lloyd s (nl) wrote: Not as good as my 12yr old self recalled it to be

David S (us) wrote: One man meditates on the meaning of his life as his death approaches in Angelopoulos' overtly symbolic film. It's at its best when visualizing the consequences of this man's focus on his interior life and not on the family around him.

David G (ru) wrote: Decent movie. Worth killing two hours.

Greg N (mx) wrote: I love this movie. There's only a plot in the vaguest sense of the word. Mostly it's Nick Nolte walking around shooting people left and right and finally ending up in Mexico where he does more of the same. It also helps that Michael Ironside is here along with Powers Boothe. All three of them play things up and they all go far beyond what would be normally considered over the top. Maria Conchita Alonso seems to think she should act...or at least attempt it when she should be doing what everyone else here is doing and simply pose. I'm sure she'd be great at it.

Bert (jp) wrote: eccentric and quirky film. Paul Cox is not as well known as his counterpart Peter Weir - but a wonderful filmmaker nonetheless

Spookie M (gb) wrote: Ultra cheesy horror anthology. The Emilio Estevez segment boasts some great punk in the soundtrack from Fear, X and Black Flag.

Nguyen Thuy H (it) wrote: A feminist filmmaker celebrates and ridicules the concept of feminism simultaneously.

Allan C (ag) wrote: Sonny Chiba is back in this sequel to the seminal martial arts grindhouse action film "The Street Fighter." In this Sequel Terry Tsurugi takes on the Yakuza, but he's saddled with a very goofy female partner, who really drags the movie down. The fights here are still brutal and savage and likely equal the original film, but the comic relief is what really made me not like this film as much.

Chris H (jp) wrote: While the film has a fantastic premise and a fairly strong first act, it quickly loses focus. This prevents it from being a great horror film and leaving it as just a decent one.

Orlok W (au) wrote: A wonderful insight into the mind of Norman Bates--A decent manner to end the series!!

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