Young Tom Edison
Inventor Thomas Edison's boyhood is chronicled and shows him as a lad whose early inventions and scientific experiments usually end up causing disastrous results. As a result, the towns folk all think Tom is crazy, and creating a strained relationship between Tom and his father. Toms only solace is his understanding mother who believes he's headed to do great things.
- Stars:Mickey Rooney, Fay Bainter, George Bancroft, Virginia Weidler, Eugene Pallette, Victor Kilian, Bobby Jordan, J.M. Kerrigan, Lloyd Corrigan, John Kellogg, Clem Bevans, Eily Malyon, Harry Shannon,
- Director:Norman Taurog,
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(kr) wrote: Great reflection on life and how you live it and the relationships. I recommend to watch it. I was surprised by it. So glad I did watch it.
(ag) wrote: well what can i say, has to be one of the worst films i have ever seen. The acting was appalling and i have no idea what the slow motion bits were all about but they were ridiculous, it was just very bad.
(us) wrote: A surprisingly touching and heart warming film with a very good comedic side to it.
(us) wrote: Just when I thought movies couldn't be so bad....this was hard to get through and not laugh and crack jokes at....
(de) wrote: A Russian film that is erotic, enigmatic, and baffling. No plot, dialogue that serves more as poetic musings, and visually dreamy and gorgeous. People never just look at each other but gaze at each other, and the two leads are heavily muscled and mostly topless throughout the film. The backdrops are spectacular: a dreamily lit flat, the incredibly steep rooftop outside where the father and son leap about, the tall, squished-together buildings of their port city, the train and it's intricate levers and buttons...This film is more enjoyable if experienced like a dream: an experience about deep feelings, the deep psychic bond between a father and his son, and the sadness, loneliness, and fear for both when the son begins to detach from this bond to pursue a bond with a woman. The unusually intense connection between the father and the son borders on erotic, and it almost feels like viewers are being made deliberately disturbed by the intensity of certain scenes. Not overtly explicit or sexual. Very arty film: definitely an acquired taste.
(nl) wrote: This movie actually scared parents of kids who were playing D&D at the time. I remember liking it when I was 12
(au) wrote: the video box terrified me as a kid
(ru) wrote: Into the Storm is a by-the-books-tv-movie with a good performance by Gleeson as Britain's savior. The HBO film is marred by an incredibly bland score that dominates too much of the runtime and, as a result, turns the big moments into cheesy moments.
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(mx) wrote: finally got to see this movie! awesome