When Tom Long's brother Peter gets measles, Tom is sent to stay with his Uncle Alan and Aunt Gwen in a flat with no garden and an elderly and reclusive landlady, Mrs Bartholomew, living upstairs. Because he may be infectious he is not allowed out to play, and feels lonely. Without exercise he is less sleepy at night and when he hears the communal grandfather clock strangely strike 13, he investigates and finds the small back yard is now a large sunlit garden. Here he meets another lonely child called Hatty, who seems to be the only one who can see him. They have adventures which he gradually realises are taking place in the 19th century. And each night when Tom visits, Hatty is a different age, chronologically out of sequence.
Young Tom Long is forced to stay with his kindly Aunt and Uncle while his brother recovers from a bout of the measles. At their flat, he is disappointed to find there is no garden to play ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
leslie l (ru) wrote: My cat liked this movie. She wants to know why I can't run up the sides of buildings and flip like a feline. I was less impressed. A great cast in a muddled movie. Lots of people running and jumping with splats of exposition to glue this mess together. Thank the gods for a free Redbox rental cause I didn't have to pay for this.
Ruthie R (jp) wrote: Eeeeeeh, not all that great and pretty predictable but I absolutely loved Lu.
Kong L (ru) wrote: EMOTIONAL | INSPIRATIONAL | WILD (88-out-of-100)
Marc P (nl) wrote: Half way through the movie I just noticed that Jay Chou was the main character. I really didn't care for his acting in Initial D, but in this movie it was maybe a little better. My roommate was falling asleep to this movie. I didn't care for some of the fight scenes. I'm not big on flying through the air and jumping across the room stuff. I do have to say that there were a couple CGI images that were kind of cool but it wasn't enough to give it more stars. Also, the relationships in the movie didn't make any sense to me, just like Initial D. It just made me wonder why they even had a girl tag along with Jay Chou in the movie. It was a hard struggle just to sit and finish the movie. I kept wondering when it was going to end.
Stphan R (de) wrote: c'est un bon film et d'habitude je trip pas sur les films qubecois donc ca veut tout dire
Gary C (ca) wrote: depressing in a good way. slower paced, reveals the perfect amount of info when necessary. top notch filmmaking. go ramin!
Serena F (nl) wrote: ryan murphy ritirati per sempre
Emmanuel S (es) wrote: Outkast shoots to make 'Idlewild' their 'Purple Rain', but it's quirkiness makes it feel more like 'Under The Cherry Moon'.
Weston W (gb) wrote: why did i watch this? it has horrible acting, dumb special effects, a plot a two year old could criticize, and frankie muniz.
Jeff B (de) wrote: Fun Oscar nominated film from Norway about two odd characters who were roommates in a mental institution, and are now both released and remain roommates, trying to adjust to normal life. Funny concept, the two lead actors are great together, and the supporting cast is fun as well. I love the scene with Elling trying to use the phone. It starts a little slow but it's picks up and turns out to be a very funny and entertaining film.
Brian K (ca) wrote: While being cliche enough to put Rush Hour to shame, Blue Streak does give Martin Lawrence enough leeway to perform some inspiring comedy.
Darrin C (kr) wrote: I've enjoyed this classic ever since it came out. All types of good creatures to battle or befriend in this Greek-inspired flick.
Colter H (it) wrote: A lot of style with no substance When Johnny's eyes get cut out this movie it decent otherwise eh