Thousands Cheer

Thousands Cheer

Acrobat Eddie Marsh is in the army now. His first act is to become friendly with Kathryn Jones, the colonel's pretty daughter. Their romance hits a few snags, including disapproval from her father. Eddie's also plagued by fear of having an accident during his family's trapeze act in the army variety show, which also features a gallery of MGM stars.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:125 minutes
  • Release:1943
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   circus,  

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Felicia M (de) wrote: Who are the real terrorists? Not Bad.

Tonyette D (de) wrote: Excellent movie to watch.

Ryan S (br) wrote: To all you Patton Oswalt and Johnny Knoxville fans out there, this outdoors adventure movie will have you laughing. For those rainy days, a good scouts themed movie will brighten the day, sure it's rated R due to the language and a certain nude woman riding a motorcycle but she's only in a couple scenes.. I enjoyed it because it does have a good meaning behind it and plus it's always good to root for the underdog films that aren't well known. The slumber party scene is hilarious, got to check it out for yourself.

Dan N (br) wrote: Damn hornets! Acceptable horror but with no real answers.

Lindsey L (gb) wrote: I started it but I need to finish

Hans H (ca) wrote: Wonderful movie about the love of art, and the art of love.

Robert W (ru) wrote: So bad you will laugh your head off!!!

Nicholas A (jp) wrote: Saw it in theathers, bought the soundtrack (twice)

Sonny N (ru) wrote: Really good movie. Classic

Josh G (nl) wrote: Is it because Cheetah is a children's movie that its characters don't feel realistic at all? Even the quote-unquote "bad guys" don't slide into the wacky-stupid bad guy role that Disney villains oftne find themselves in. They're just... there. They don't even seem that bad, they just exist and that's all there is to it. In a fit of "Christian the Lion" related fervor, my wife and I decided to rent Cheetah -- a movie about Ted and Susan, two children with very Narnian names who have re-located to Kenya to be with their scientist parents. Surprisingly, they are both enamored with Africa as soon as they arrive, and want to explore their surroundings... much to their mother's chagrin. This is how they befriend the young Morogo and come to be the proud owners of a young cheetah whose mother was killed by poachers. The movie moves quickly at this point, showing a montage of the cheetah growing up and being tame and playful with the children. Suddenly, it's time for them to go home and leave the newly-christened Duma once and for all. Alright, here's where the "conflict" arrives. Ted and Susan must teach Duma how to be a wild cheetah again, and the poachers decide that they want to steal a tame cheetah in order to... race her against greyhounds. How evil! What follows is a, ahem, race against time as the children must trek across the vast wilderness of Africa in order to save Duma from these, um, sadistic men. Only the poachers seem harmless, and the supposedly dangerous trek across Africa is fairly uneventful. Oh sure, there's a couple of run-ins with enraged animals, but they are filmed with a different camera, making it obvious that the kids are in no real danger. Occasionally, the movie decides that it should be a comedy. When this happens, the jokes are far from subtle. They're usually set up in one scene, then the punchline is in the next. For instance, the parents talk about how their children are probably safe and happy back in Pasadena... cut to the next scene, and the children are sleeping in a tree in Africa. HAHAHAHA! Get it? They're not in Pasadena at all! I don't know, it's hard for me to get into movies like this because there's so little to lose or gain. The acting is so flat that nobody seems to be taking anything seriously. Even when the children wind up missing, the parents only seem to be going through the motions of worrying because it's in the script. The settings and the animals are all extraordinary, but the plot is threadbare. Aside from some cool scenes of hippos fighting each other and elephants charging, this Walt Disney film has little to offer for anybody over the age of twelve, although I do have to give the movie credit for trying its darnedest to popularize the phrase "hakuna matata" before The Lion King got a chance to.

Lauren S (mx) wrote: An interesting continuation of the franchise. It's neat to see how they play with the story ideas as the series progresses.

Kyle B (gb) wrote: It's a nice dramady with a nice balance of comedy and drama with great performances from Warren Beatty and Goldie Hawn.

Nate T (nl) wrote: What can I say? " ...Ghost" is a gas!

Robert C (nl) wrote: An entertaining by-the-numbers action flick.

Andy G (br) wrote: Iron man :Rise of the Technoverse, Is a ok animated movie, but The Japanese speaking gets tiring. But the animation is good and Eskiel's son is villan. C+