Toby Tyler, or Ten Weeks with a Circus
Taken in by distant members of his family after being orphaned, Toby Tyler runs away to join the circus.
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Jc c (jp) wrote: wwe is has awsome history
a t (fr) wrote: The movie does give us a nice update on the state of the cars, but too bad that it goes for a more "inspirational" approach to the documentary. Gone from the first film is the interesting history of automobiles and centre focus is four people trying to start a revolution, which all in all is not as compelling a topic.
Mariano F (us) wrote: Me declaro culpable. Imposible que sea imparcial con esta pelicula. La historia de Chess records, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Willie Dixon, Hubert Sumlin, Etta James... puff, para ver/escuchar bien fuerte.
Stuart K (mx) wrote: You could easily say Joel Schumacher was in a dark place after the mauling and death-threats he got for Batman and Robin (1997)), it could explain his mood for picking up this seedy and dirty murder mystery written by Andrew Kevin Walker (Se7en (1995) and Sleepy Hollow (1999)), it delves into the world of illegal films, and it's a tale of obsession ultimately, and it's actually a chilling and dark thriller. Private investigator Tom Welles (Nicolas Cage) is contacted by widow Mrs. Christian (Myra Carter) to look at an 8mm film found in her late husbands safe, which seems to depict a real murder of a girl. Mrs. Christian wants to know if the murder is real or not, Tom promises to investigate. The girl turns out to be Mary Ann Mathews (Jenny Powell), who went missing 6 years previously, her mother Janet (Amy Morton), wants closure on what happened to her daughter. The search takes Tom to Los Angeles, where he is thrown head-first into the world of underground, illegal films, with adult video store employee Max California (Joaquin Phoenix) as his guide. It's not a film for everybody, and it does spend a little too much time setting up the plot and the leads Cage follows, but for Schumacher, it was a breath of fresh air for him after his ill-fated superhero films, it would also lead to Schumacher making a slew of small budget films, to help rebuild his creative energy.
Andrew G (it) wrote: Predictable, scare-free, run-of-the-mill Scream knockoff. It's not awful, but you'll probably forget about it as soon as it's over.
Justin O (de) wrote: A good drama, but the lack of acting exp. hurts the story.
Wayne S (de) wrote: Colorful and kenetic, this is a retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice legend set in Rio during Carnival and told with much dancing and a Bossa Nova beat. Winner of both the Cannes Palme d'Or and the 1960 Academy Award for best foreign film, the film benefits most from the timeless music of Antonio Carlos Jobim. and Luiz Bonfa. The actors are energetic Samba dancers, but unfortunately not such great actors. Still they are mostly appealing and a couple of the older gentlemen are quite effective in their small roles. Orfeu (Breno Mello) is a streetcar conductor, and beloved of everyone, while Eurydice (Marpessa Dawn) is a country girl on the run from death. She has a nice smile. One scene set in a Santeria parlor is mysterious and exotic, and probably the best in the film. Still, at only 107 minutes, Black Orpheus sometimes seems stretched, and the dance culture is treated with a condescension that rings a little false and dated after fifty-plus years.
Hayden H (ru) wrote: not my fav but still holds up