What's Eating Gilbert Grape

What's Eating Gilbert Grape

Gilbert has to care for his brother Arnie and his obese mother, which gets in the way when love walks into his life.

Gilbert has to care for his brother Arnie and his obese mother, which gets in the way when love walks into his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jos M (us) wrote: .Entretenida a pesar de todo.

Patrick T (ag) wrote: great movie! better then expected =P

Geir F (es) wrote: Future by Design is really less of a documentary about futurist Jacque Fresco, and more of a feature length presentation of his ideas. The movie suffers due to the this, simply because listening to Fresco toss out one radical and complex idea after another for ninety minutes on end is exhausting. A less breathless and more relaxed format would have served the contents much better. Still, there's no denying that Fresco has some very interesting thoughts to share, and that alone certainly makes Future by Design worth watching.

Lovro H (ag) wrote: This was actually a very good movie! I liked the whole sci-fi/history theme. It was fun to watch and it had some swell effects and CGI. The ending was predictable and the story was very simple. But all-in-all a very good movie!

Lee M (ru) wrote: All the cliches in this cliche-filled indie melodrama are done strikingly and surprisingly well.

Danny W (au) wrote: If you like football as much a me and you always dreamed of making it but never did,Then this is how i would of hoped it had happened,This movie covers everything you want in a rags to riches football movie the movie is a joy to watch.The performance by Shaun Bean was great (as usual) and Pete Postlewaite puts in a great performance again, the story just flows nicely and easy to watch.Its a movie i watched again and again when i was a kid and have it on dvd.Even now i watch it and something inside me wants to get on to a football pitch and get spotted just like Jimmy does here.To Jimmy life was just a game... Until the game became his life!9/10

Kevin M W (it) wrote: A remake of the original King Kong, which was a standard adventure tale until the big fellow was introduced. It's the same here, an adventure tale, a safari into darkest Africa (with Hudson's head of the safari quite good actually). Only by now its all been done before so you know what's coming an hour before it arrives. They leave out the lust in the jungle angle, I don't know why.

Jeremy P (ag) wrote: One of my first Hong Kong action purchases and still one of the best. Loved Brigitte Lin, Maggie Cheung, and Donnie Yen, and it had an amazing climax.

Aaron B (es) wrote: Kind of a 20 minute premise stretched into a whole movie.

rue (kr) wrote: favorite childhood film

Rob H (de) wrote: Sinclair Lewis wrote a gem when he penned this novel. The movie focused on the second part of the three-part book, so its less involved than the novel. It's still a very good movie with tremendous actors.

Rodney E (kr) wrote: Basic is directed by John McTiernan, who has made some action classics like Die Hard and Predator. While this isn't an entirely action movie it is more of a thriller and it surprisingly works to a degree. It's entertaining, John Travolta is good and charming here, Samuel L is decent, it's got twists ala Rashomon and Usual Suspects throughout. Sometimes the music is cliched and weak and some actors have questionable accents. Probably the worst thing in this is Giovanni Ribisi and his scenes in the hospital. Travolta is an actor that I like a lot and get burned because he is in a lot of crap. Can you blame him though? Here is 20 million dollars to make a crappy movie..ok. Here he is a character that knows how to roll with the twists and turns of the plot. One of the things I liked about Basic was how it keeps you guessing, which some people will find contrived but I was entertained by.

Matt V (au) wrote: Not the greatest acting. It was kinda boring.

xGary X (jp) wrote: A very cynical buddy cop movie from the seventies with some sharp, funny dialogue and real chemistry between the stars Elliot Gould and Robert Blake. A little known gem that Hyams virtually remade in the 80s as Running Scared.