The Spirit of '76
Future Americans decide to time travel to 1776 to ask the founding fathers for the solutions to their problems. A glitch in the time machine changes their destination to 1976. Still believing themselves to be in 1776, the time travellers attempt to study this "ideal" civilization. 70's jokes, props and stars abound.
- Stars:Mark Mothersbaugh, Gerald V. Casale, Carl Reiner, Nancye Ferguson, David Cassidy, Bob Casale, David Kendrick, Geoff Hoyle, Olivia d'Abo, Jeffrey McDonald, Steve McDonald, Liam O'Brien, Ann Block, Charles Dean, Martin von Haselberg,
- Director:Lucas Reiner,
- Writer:Roman Coppola (story), Lucas Reiner (story), Lucas Reiner
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The Spirit of '76 torrent reviews
(br) wrote: the acting was awful so not impressed
(br) wrote: It's cute for kids and the actors are pretty nice together. I can't believe i freakin' cried at the end. I'm such a creeper. Look at me, going to see movies for people much much younger than me and then putting on the waterworks. WHAT AM I DOING WITH MY LIFE? I think stuff like this proves that i will largely avoid anything with animals in it, i just can't DEAL with them. Anyway, definitely for kids or weirdos that don't want to admit they're fully grown adults. I couldn't see any rational person enjoying this to a greater level at all.
(jp) wrote: I discovered this on UniMs, & saw Rob Schneider in it. & what's the name of this crap again? It doesn't get any worse than this.
(fr) wrote: Though the dialogue is at times implausible and Diana Scarwid's performance is not all that credible, "Extremities" is an interesting, disturbing portrayal of human violence that poses a question of where justification lies in revenge. The film adaptation, I think, is better than the stage play that inspired it. William Mastrosimone's script is most fitting as a movie, not as a theatrical piece. Where the movie works is in Farrah Fawcett's surprising performance. She is quite good, playing a victim with a quiet fear, and when she fights back and her would-be rapist becomes the victim, she lifts the movie up and adds a great intensity to the character of Marjorie. It is because of her that "Extremities" is better than it should be.
(au) wrote: Simply amazing....Burns should have won the Oscar.
(ru) wrote: Replay value may lack (07) OWN VHS
(fr) wrote: A perfect film full of warmth and heart, second to none. This movie has a 100% in my heart, like it should in yours.