The Third Wish

The Third Wish

Bookshop clerk Maggie Malone is granted three wishes after she finds a first-edition copy of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations.

Bookshop clerk Maggie (Mattison) is granted three wishes after she finds a first-edition copy of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rebas K (ag) wrote: one of the coolest and funniest documentary about movie making in the late 70s. But one thing would been great if at the end they sum up things like where are they now? and how much Money did Roger Corman make with these B movies? or how many people died? facts like that would have made the movie great but i liked it anyways.

Dan B (it) wrote: The worst movie I ever watched. James Callis recorded his worst performance ever. He sounded like some wizard who was constipated. You could barely understand what he was saying half the time. These people tood a great story and trashed it. Don't bother wasting your time or money. It's 2 hours I'll never get back.

Tibor F (gb) wrote: sszeeskvs-elmlet megnzve. Sok v utn jra el?vettem, szerintem utoljra ezt a filmet. Anno vagy 15 ve lttam, plusz taln mg utna is valamikor (taln a tvben), de akkoriban mg tetszet?s volt. Krlbell ugyanaz a bajom ezzel a filmmel is, mint a mltkor nzett Kzellensggel. Nagyrszt untam, sok helyen kiszmthat volt (s nem azrt mert mr lttam), br mondjuk Gibson faszn jtszotta a kiss ?rlt figurt.

Peter D (ca) wrote: Proof that Miramax knew how to play it (as 4th win in streak), MED is pleasant, saucy fun, but a scandalous pick over RAISE THE RED LANTERN.

Daniel S (mx) wrote: Irksomely (and inexplicably) based more on the NES video game adaptation than the original Winsor McCay comics, and with a number of cliche elements, but still surprisingly charming. I'm told this was something of an international collaboration, with some input from Hayao Miyazaki, which no doubt helped. As a bit of trivia, Mayazaki remarked that working on this film was one of the worst experiences of his professional life, but the result is a movie that contains some heart and whimsy you wouldn't normally expect from, essentially, a video game adaptation.

Matt W (gb) wrote: This had all the elements for a truly great wartime noir film; the set design and cinematography really evoke an intriguing jazzy underworld of Shanghai mobsters, American spies and Japanese soldiers in the days leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbour. Unfortunately the excellent cast are left squandering around in a rather dull mystery plot that fails to capture your attention or gain any momentum.

Robert H (fr) wrote: The fun of Lou Ferrigno as Sinbad is unfortunately made to be so annoying due to voice overs and the constant interuption of some mother telling the tale to her kid before bed that I really wish I had the source material for this film so I could edit her out completely. If she wasn't there this would be a super fun and enjoyable Canon Films release... as it is, it's just hard to watch

Sarah K (ca) wrote: a tad cheesy at times, and they had a problem w the overhead mics getting into the picture, but it was pretty funny. And I LOVE K.Bell