The life story of New Zealander Burt Munro, who spent years building a 1920 Indian motorcycle -- a bike which helped him set the land-speed world record at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The World's Fastest Indian
The life story of New Zealander Burt Munro, who spent years building a 1920 Indian motorcycle -- a bike which helped him set the land-speed world record at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967.
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Waleed A (mx) wrote: BORING BORING BORING. so slow. some good acting and a select few cool scenes. but i had trouble finishing this. the story just would not progress. this was very based in symbolism, metaphors and psychology.SPOILERSthe ending was pretty much uselss. I didn't hate it, but at that point the movie was a lost cause. and all the twist did was prove that he was right, it did not change anything else, or explain anything. it was just, "oh btw, he's not crazy" (1 viewing)
Xan L (mx) wrote: It's satisfying to watch a human story unfold its many layers with meticulous detail and timing without ever knowing what will happen next. Artfully done, too. Robert Redford should have won Best Director for this. He is brilliant because he challenges duality by resolving a story with compassion and does so eloquently every step of the way.
Paul D (ag) wrote: It's quite a stylish film which does distract a little from the story, but it's messsage becomes evident after a while.
Dale B (ru) wrote: Asperger's syndrome meets the Mahdi Army
Tor M (gb) wrote: I've seen a few Chaplin flicks and they never seem to disappoint. You know what you gonna get, and it always works. The tramp is back and he get into many unbelieveable situations. It's a girl there, the lovely Paulette Goddard and the story is pretty similar to his earlier successes.It's a neat thing to hear the machines making sounds, and even a little song by the man himself. Supposedly his first full film with sound, used in a great way.A super comedy with a serious message. It has aged remarkebly well.8 out of 10 machines.
Chris B (it) wrote: A beautiful haunting movie that is intelligent, complex and deeply moving.
Jesse Z (ca) wrote: *** out of 4 stars Charles Bronson stars as a mysterious man with few words. The film's main weakness is its thinly drawn characters. Eventually all identities are revealed and explained but the characters are merely props for the plot. No real depth is added to the characters. The film is a cross between "The Cassandra Crossing" (1976) and "Murder on the Orient Express" (1974). What is impressive though is its costumes, settings, props and the train itself that reflect the period of the late 1800s. Most of the film is set onboard the train and suspense and tension are generated when several murders are committed. The claustrophobic and dark interiors of the train add onto the tension. There are several impressive performances, including Ed Lauter as a no-nonsense general and Richard Crenna as the Nevada govenor. The plot is mainly a whodunit, and at times quite convoluted. I am not sure I understand the reason for why or how certain things happen. The last twenty minutes is a cowboys and Indians shootout that is commonplace for this kind of semi-western film.
Jacob B (kr) wrote: Dark and unsettling yet bold and intelligent, Indy 2 is effectively a horror film that put me off the whole franchise when I was younger, but to be honest, I'm glad I came back to it... Willie is still fucking annoying though.B+
Sivan G (ru) wrote: Brilliant script that was well executed.
Ben L (fr) wrote: It's been a long time since I saw this film, but when I stuck my new DVD into the player it was just like coming back to an old friend. I used to watch Innerspace frequently because it was just that right mix of science-fiction and comedy to keep teenage Ben totally entertained. Looking at it now I did notice that, while the visual effects are remarkable for their time, there's a lot more fiction to this and not much science. That doesn't really bother me because now I'm just watching it for the laughs. If you haven't seen Innerspace, it is about an experiment where Dennis Quaid is shrunk down and injected into Martin Short's body. That's all you need to know. Dennis Quaid is charming and yet kind of a jerk as Tuck Pendleton and that works as a complete contrast to Martin Short's turn as Jack Putter. I know some people don't connect with Martin Short's variety of physical comedy, but I find it perfectly fits for his role in this film, no one plays hyperactive and overly neurotic better than him. Meg Ryan shows up in one of her early film roles and is that perfect mix of tough and innocent. Most of the supporting cast is great as well, particularly Robert Picardo who kind of gets to play 2 roles.Innerspace is a very silly film. I know some people will take issue with the illogical nature of certain events in the movie, but you have to be willing to shut off your brain for a little while and just take the ride with these characters. The way they structured Innerspace is almost akin to a buddy-cop movie (where both of the "cops" are inside the same body.) I love that they added so much action (and a few impressive stunts) into something that could have relied solely on the jokes. One of the neat things they talk about in the commentary is that while filming, despite the fact that the 2 main actors were not really shooting together, they would show up for one-another's scenes. This allowed for a very natural banter and some improv, and you can sense it in their performances. There are lots of people who won't get the level of enjoyment out of Innerspace that I do, and I'm perfectly willing to admit there is some nostalgia playing into my opinion. However if you like a good laugh, and can lose yourself in a film despite some silly "science" I'd recommend you give this movie a try.