The Tollbooth

The Tollbooth

A coming-of-age comedy about a young woman who rebels against her Jewish-American family.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:jew,   painter,   new york,  

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Tom D (jp) wrote: A better title for this movie would be Return of the Electric Car because when this movie came out the electric car had not really conquered anything yet. This is an interesting documentary with several good moments. It is interesting to see some different approaches to business and goals.


Ken S (gb) wrote: J.R. Bookwalter, who hails from my home town, makes really terrible movies. Now I only recently discovered this guy, and I have no idea why I've missed out on him so far. I have to thank my brother-in-law for giving me the heads up and lending me this awfulness. It is poorly shot (possibly on VHS), it has bad acting, cheap looking special effects, and a bad script about some kind of super drug being passed around the streets that turns folks into zombies. It is pretty atrocious, but kind of enjoyable for that very reason.

Trevor W (es) wrote: Beautiful music composed with beautiful animation, this Disney classic is a joy to see and listen to. Sometimes slow, this long film is best viewed through spurts or as running in the background. Also, the non-animated parts contains some of the most beautiful film lighting to date.

Keenan S (kr) wrote: I think this sequel is an improvement over the first film every way. The storyline isn't sloppy, the acting is better, the effects are better, the kills are better, it's funnier than the first film, and Torch is the most awesome of the puppets in my opinion. This is one of those rare times when a sequel improves upon a first entry. This was a very enjoyable and fun film, to say the least.

Andy F (it) wrote: Hadn't seen this for years, it's lost none of its power. We all seem a little dull these days by comparison. Fabulous and moving in many ways.