Hoist anchor, maties! And set a course for the grandest pirate yarn ever to shiver your timbers in this thrillingly animated, song-and-laughter filled version of Robert Louis Stevenson's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young Jim Hawkins is caught up with the pirate Long John Silver in search of the buried treasure of the buccaneer Captain Flint, in this adaptation of the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
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Mike T (ca) wrote: More interesting than riveting, but over all it felt shorter and more urgent than the massive 4hr 10min length would have you believe.
Jonathan R (fr) wrote: It's a film about the world after film. The greatest work of political documentary I've seen thus far.
Nick P (it) wrote: This is exactly what America should be doing with asian-horror cinema. Maker's of Grudge, and other %[email protected] films could learn from this.
Sverine F (it) wrote: Un trs bon Jean Becker. Une histoire simple, mais une vrai amiti! J'ai pens une histoire vraie de David Lynch, c'est donc un compliment!
IOnell S (es) wrote: Bueno, hay que currarse un poquito mas la historia, sera mi consejo para el director. Que de este tipo ya hemos visto un monton de americanas.
John H (fr) wrote: This film wants to make a big statement on the racism faced by Japanese Americans in the years enveloping World War II, but the convenient ending undercuts its effectiveness. Even worse is the indulgent style of the film that evokes Malick without his grasp of feeling - a method that's best suited to more simple, elemental thematic material as opposed to what the film tries to tackle here.
Sean W (au) wrote: For what it is, it tells its story fairly well, but Patrick Bergin's character appears far too much like a cheesy cartoonish villain to me, spoiling what otherwise looks like a lovely movie about a woman's quest to start a new life. Though Julia Roberts gives a committed performance, the story leaves much to be desired.
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Anssi V (nl) wrote: A story about when obsession turns deadly. Clint Eastwood plays the role of Dave Garver, a local disc jockey, that attracts the attention of an amorous fan, Evelyn Draper (Jessica Walter). Things turn ugly when he doesn't want to see her anymore and the rest of the movie follows the rising tension as Garver tries to continue his life without Evelyn.The actors make this movie work. Eastwood is of course a powerhouse actor and it's nice to see him in a role that doesn't require him to break any bones or shoot holes into people. His take on the role is believable and the movie pretty much floats on his charisma alone. Both of the leading ladies do a fine job and Walter especially shines as an unhinged stalker.Unfortunately the film doesn't quite know how to keep up the atmosphere and tension. There are long scenes where Eastwood just hangs around with his friends or other acquaintances, and while one or two such scenes would have been called for, there are too many in here. At times Evelyn is largely forgotten, which causes her eventual reappearances to be that much more chilling, but a thriller of this length would have worked better if the audience hadn't gotten any breathing room. I must admit being bored from time to time, never a good thing, but especially damnable in a thriller.This is an average film. Enjoyable if you want to see Eastwood in an non-action film role, and it has some of that good stuff that most good thrillers have, but it's a bit sluggish and not all that memorable.
Art S (de) wrote: Location shooting, raw editing, mostly unknown cast (plus Brando with colourful scarves), Ennio Morricone, and a revolutionary ethos from the man who made Battle of Algiers. Brando plays the slaves (and former slaves) and the sugar companies off each other but his cynicism is his undoing.
Thomas B (br) wrote: Grade - AFunny, heartfelt, but most of all realistic, 'Almost Famous' marks a career best for Cameron Crowe, who gives us an emotionally resonant story about love, friendship, and music.
Andrew L (de) wrote: A classic Van Damme film, made hilarious by his hairstyle (A trick copied by Nicolas Cage in 'Next'). Brilliantly over the top bad guys and action sequences. But yeah, why was the Quaker Oats guy in it?