3 Backyards

3 Backyards

The story of three people from the same suburban town during the course of one curious autumn day.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
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Chris (de) wrote: Ok being a bronx italian, growing up watching the members of this cast on tv in my youth. I have to say this movie gets 10 stars. I have seen it over 100 times. It parallels my life growing up in the bronx, in an extended italian family. For me ... I said for me and a few people I know... this is a classic unrivaled in humor, family and Italian life in NYC.

Leticia V (au) wrote: Trs touchant, voir!??

betty l (es) wrote: IT is so gooooood!!!!

James H (jp) wrote: 61/100. It has interesting moments, but I also found it rather slow and boring at times. The archive footage is fascinating, especially that of Adolph Hitler. I just wasn't as compelled by Bonhoeffer as I suppose I should have been. Although I admire his panache, he was a bit of a christian zealot himself.

Marilee A (ru) wrote: Not Just Creapy, But Bad too.This is the Movie Kim Bassinger got Sued for dropping out of, after seeing it, you'll know why she didn't want to be associated with this sicko.

Jennifer T (fr) wrote: Really funny movie and a great story! And it stars the sexy and gorgeous Halle Berry!

Brandon S (au) wrote: I love the way they used colour in this movie. Fall of the House of Usher with Vincent Price is another 60s movie which makes similar use of colour. Black Sabbath is three unrelated tales of terror. None of the three are bad, but I liked the first and third best. The first two are best described as ghost stories. The third is a vampire story, based on a Tolstoy story I believe. Black Sabbath has Boris Karloff; he narrates and plays the vampire.

Zhanyi J (au) wrote: Very ordinary Bunuel. Not one of his great surrealistic movies.

TheLords A (it) wrote: Well this is about the third to last Disney theatrical, animated, package film. So without much left to say, here's Disney review # 32: Melody Time Plot: The film consists of several short stories: Once Upon a Wintertime: Frances Langford sings the title song about two couples - a human couple and a rabbit couple - going skating. Bumble Boogie: A bee tries to escape from a visual and musical frenzy. The Legend of Johnny Appleseed: the classic tale of Johnny Appleseed going west and planting apple trees. Little Toot; based on the actual story Little Toot, Little Toot is a young tugboat who can't say out of trouble. Trees: a recitation of the Alfred Joyce Kilmer poem by Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians where the lyrical settings are shown throughout the seasons. Blame it on the Samba: Donald Duck and Jos Carioca bump into the Aracuan Bird who introduces them to the Samba. Pecos Bill: The tale of a man who was raised by wolves and becomes the best cowboys that ever lived. This a pretty nice film. Most of the stories are pretty cute, the music is good. My only problem was Blame it on the Samba and Pecos Bill, which I will explain in the next section. Stories: Once Upon a Wintertime: It's a cute story. A little suspenseful but you have to like the ending nonetheless. Bumble Boogie: eh, I didn't think very much of it. The Legend of Johnny Appleseed: Now this story I really enjoyed. I just liked the character to begin with, with his apparent relationship with The Lord and how he was set out on this quest to introduce apples to the west. Little Toot: It's a cute story. nothing more. Trees: I didn't think much of it. It just seemed like a sequel to a couple of scenes from Bambi, nothing special considering that. Blame it on the Samba: I didn't really like this because to me, this was just The Three Caballeros all over again. Hot girl singing or playing a musical instrument and bringing Donald and Jose and some other character into it. So considering I found that very boring particularly during the second half of The Tree Caballeros, I can't say that I gave this story much of a chance. Pecos Bill: *WARNING, DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THIS AND DON'T WANT TO FIND OUT THE ENDING YET* What! The! HECK!?!?!?!?!?! What in the world is up with Disney actually having a story in one of their movies that ends SADLY!?!?!?!?! I mean yes, this studio has had some very sad scenes in the past. Man killing Bambi's mom made Man one of the biggest villains ever, I wasn't very happy with that widow getting rid of Tod, and the "Baby Mine" scene in Dumbo makes my friend Brianna cry every time. But that's DURING the movie. No matter what, those stories always ended happily. But not this one. In fact, other versions of the story are hardly any happier. There's even one version where Bill has to shoot Sue to put her out of her misery. SERIOUSLY! You'll make a lion version of Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead that end happily (The Lion King 1, 1 1/2 and 2), but they'll actually take the time to end one of the earlier movies sad as heck!?!?!! What the frick!?!?!?!?!!?! Music: The music was nice. And that's my review for Melody Time. It's a decent film, but not a movie I'd want to watch for a while just because of the last two stories.

Timo E (ru) wrote: Beautiful experimental storytelling. I found it particularly poignant because of my experience with those who have short term memory loss.