The film tells about Sam Tucker, a cotton picker, in search of a better future for his family, decides to grow his own cotton crop. In the first year, the Tuckers battle disease, a flood, and a jealous neighbor. Can they make it as farmers? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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James M (ca) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie. It gives a fresh take on life and its boundless possibilities.I's a slow moving movie but it was never dull. I felt like i was in that cafe myself. The description of the movie was a bit vague and could have been written differently though.
Derrick M (de) wrote: Amazing story, well told and carefully done. Great performances
Maineutral R (es) wrote: Wow, this is the first time that I rate two Godzilla films with high ratings in a row! And what a pleasant surprise, because the Millennium series started pretty bad, with the mixed bag Godzilla 2000 and falling even more with Godzilla vs Megaguirus. But then, Godzilla Mothra and King Ghidorah arrived, which was pretty good. And now, we have Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla, which, I have to say, it's not only another one of the best in the series, but also of the entire franchise...and so far, my favorite of all Godzilla films. I know the first one is cinematically superior, but I found this one to be THE Godzilla film I always imagined. Godzilla fights a monster with great special effects, a quick pace, some non-annoying characters and great music; the perfect formula. Mechagodzilla has always represented a staple-up to the series; every time the Godzilla movies are getting shittier, he always comes back in the movie that makes the saga a lot better. It happened in the Showa series with Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla, then in the Heisei series with Mechagodzilla II and now also in Against Mechagodzilla, and this is after another good movie, Giant Monsters All-Out Attack. Once again, Mechagodzilla is here to prove he can make any Godzilla film awesome. The story is yet another re-start of the series, taking place after the first movie in 1954 and ignoring any other movie ever. How many times can you reboot the story? Well, now the Japanese are building a robot to fight Godzilla, but this one is different: the Godzilla here is actually the second of its species, as the first one was killed in 1954 (the events of the original Gojira). This new Mechagodzilla is built around the skeleton of the first Godzilla, and also, Japan is using all the maximum technology for this robot, so it all comes down to a big monster fight. The action is the best I've seen in the entire existence of Godzilla since 1954, the monster move more and faster, and we have some interesting story in between. This is the second time I felt a Godzilla movie was treated as a Blockbuster; the first one was in Godzilla vs Biollante. Both are great movies, and I hope the Japanese also continue to make Godzilla films in the future. This is my favorite of the Godzilla films; it's just what I always imagined Godzilla was. There are only two more movies left to watch, and then, the new 2014 film version. I hope it is good, cause I'm more than prepared for it.
Don S (ru) wrote: This was a barely passable thriller up until the chase scene at the end. Lou Diamond Phillips and the sexy Kari Wuhrer made the run of the mill story better than it is. Then the bottom feel out in the chase scene: this old truck Lou was driving did things it should not have been able to do, and kept having a person in the passenger seat when ol' Lou was in the cab by himself. Since it is a straight crime thriller, stuff like that really throws you out of the reality of the movie. Too bad. I enjoyed it up to that point.
Michael T (ag) wrote: For some reason, Corey Feldman was a frequent guest at Fangoria horror conventions in the late 1990s. When he wasn't starring in teen comedies he seemed to end up in horror movies like this one. And as he got too old to play teenagers, he starred in more horror movies. He seems to have accepted his lot as a horror movie icon and even revisted his roots as the surviving Frog brother in the recent sequel to THE LOST BOYS. Movie is a fairly entertaining entry in the evil frat/sorority house sugenre of college horror films. Will Corey save his soul and his girlfriend and defeat the evil vodoo-worshiping cult that has taken over his frathouse? Well, duhhh!
Meli M (kr) wrote: It was okay, for the talent that was in it and the story they were given. Everyone tried the best with what they had, but overall it just wasn't a very good script. The story felt kind of limp, probably because the case had yet to be solved at the time. A nice chance to see young Angelina Jolie though, it's a safe bet this role helped facilitate her career as she teals the few scenes she has.
Adam R (au) wrote: I didn't find it very funny, and it was more profane and troubling than I would have guessed. I got nothing out of it. (First and only viewing - 12/17/2014)
Annabel O (it) wrote: I thought it had moments of great beauty and intensity. Loved the music and cinematography - like a European film which I love.
Quinn S (mx) wrote: It's a load of crap.
Callum R (ru) wrote: My Brilliant Career: Part of my 'Women On Film' module at university this utterly contrived drivel issues out and assigns every period drama cliche known to man. Other than our heroine's choice of career over man at the end offers little to congratulate. The direction assumes women are merely lost without the 'man' and while the banter between Neil and Davis saves the film in part from the pit of the desolate recycling plant there is neither enough charm nor power in eithers performance to truly do the material justice. In its day it won several prestigious prizes from film festivals, but such mediocore narrative cannot hide behind stunning cinematography alone. An early rendition of 'Atonements' cataclysmic mistake in approach. 48/100