Young Jim Hawkins finds himself serving with pirate captain Long John Silver in search of a buccaneer's treasure, in this short adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale.
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Kristy F (es) wrote: I found this movie to be very quirky. Some knowledge of Hamlet is a plus to watching this film, but not absolutely necessary. The characters were well portrayed and cast . Jeremy Sisto was especially funny as a chatty and slightly neurotic police detective. And Ralph Macchio as the stereotypical Italian mobster brought great comedic value to the film. An Indie comedy that is quirky and not over done, and definitely worth the watch.
Rachana N (it) wrote: Loved this movie. Reallly funny, and Arshad Warsi + Irfan Khan pairing is phenomenal
Kris S (us) wrote: cool movie.. made me really hungry though.
Pavan R (gb) wrote: Interesting overlap of stories makes it an intriguing watch. Well directed and good performances .
Bruised But Not Broken (it) wrote: I love this movie's soundtrack. The music really makes the movie, it tells and shows the mood the scenes
Matt B (au) wrote: May is one of my favorite horror movies, as well as one of the most underrated horror movies EVER. I urge everyone to see it before they die. It's brilliant.It's like a modern day Frankenstein tale made all the more realistic by Angela Bettis' INCREDIBLE performance. Everything she does here is believable. Even though May goes into slasher territory halfway through, Bettis doesn't make her titular character one of those immortal masked murderers. She's just a lonely, deeply disturbed woman trying to make a friend.Lucky McKee's directional debut is unforgettable. It's a dark, creepy, highly original horror movie with frightening imagery and one of the best final shots I've seen in a movie.
Annie W (ru) wrote: Began with a problem: No air conditioning, yet the windows are up on the drive while everyone sweats themselves into a stupor. How could the crew have missed this? Because it has a good mystery from the beginning, it creeps up on you, shocks you, and than disappointingly peters out as to why. But it definitely keeps you guessing. However, what a blatant error from the start. Usually I don't catch some stuff, but no a/c on a trip with the windows up? Wow. Good to watch on a snowy, winter's morning when you are out of eggs...
Zoran S (fr) wrote: Eh, not much to say about this one.
Ashley H (es) wrote: In [i]Man Without a Star[/i] Kirk Douglas as Dempsey Rae gives great performance; an outgoing cowboy, unstable and with fits of euphoria. This film is able to capture beauty of the west, of big herds of cattle, and daily life of the cowboys. Dempsey is running away from barbed wire, which to him means the end of freedom. He calls himself a man without a star because he is obsessed about his freedom of choice, whereas following a star will bind him to predetermined life. His affair with Jeanne Crain, with plenty of sexual innuendo, but far from being explicit, is one of great things about this film. William Campbell has an important part as an easterner who wants to become a cowboy and Kirk Douglas is there to teach him.
Steve D (br) wrote: My vote for the best silent film of all time. A great war story that surprising has non been Remade. Great acting for the time. a must see for movie buffs