When 9-year-old Abel assumes his absent father's role as man of the house, he garners his family's respect, and life resumes a comfortable rhythm -- until a man arrives at the house, claiming he's the long-lost patriarch
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Quinto W (mx) wrote: This is the kind of movie that will mostly, if not only, resonate with people who have been in the same situation as these two characters - which I imagine are far more folks than they would care to admit.
Greg V (es) wrote: Of course a documentary about Joe Strummer wouldn't be typical or boring - and while it verges on being almost too polished for its subject, its inventiveness seems on target. Manages to reveal Joe Strummer while keeping him at arm's length- much the way he preferred to be perceived, at a distance.
Thomas P (au) wrote: Bland, seems desperate and has no magic - a pale, amateurish cheap imitation of the phenomenal first movie.Sad really. Everyone here is so earnest, but without the magic, it's simply an unfocused mess. It seems they knew it at some point bc the last third of the movie is rushed, and for good reason - just finish fast.They learned some lessons from this to make the third movie better than this one, but nothing can touch the electric vibe of the first film, a classic that bares many repeat views.On a side note, while watching the awful RIPD in the theatre, I couldn't help but wonder if maybe just ten minutes of MiB might be better than that whole movie.It was. Even just a few of the opening minutes before the main story begins was full of humor, quick wit, magic, wonderment.
Bill L (au) wrote: The first Bollywood movie I ever saw, very good movie!!!!!
Scott W (gb) wrote: John Mills and Eric Portman lead the cast in this remarkable little submarine movie that was filmed in 1943. A entertaining story and especially natural, well drawn characters elevate this above the simple propaganda piece that might be expected of a wartime movie.
Allison W (de) wrote: lway better than twilight! twilight stupid.
Henry W (gb) wrote: Looks phenomenal, but story wise is pretty average.