The story of Ace Eli Walford, a 1920s stunt flyer who barnstorms around the country, taking his eleven-year-old son Rodger with him as he goes from town to town. The place is rural Kansas, and the time is midsummer in the early nineteen-twenties, not long after World War I. Eli (Cliff Robertson), a barn storming pilot who has the emotional make-up of an 11-year-old, and Rodger (Eric Shea), his 11-year-old son who possesses the wisdom of the ancients, set off to see the world, which means flying all the way to San Willow. To Eli, San Willow seems to be as fabled as Xanadu and quite as remote. In essence, "Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies" is about the adventures of Rodger and Eli getting from nowhere to nowhere. Eli, a killer with the ladies at first, always leaves them unsatisfied. He seems to have a sex problem. Rodger spends a lot of his time getting his dad out of scrapes. He also drinks, smokes and goes to sleep at night crying for his deceased mom.
robin a (it) wrote: it was awsome!!!!! and guys, stop thinking that you are better than girls... you're not!!!!! and gracie is one of those who proved it!!! and I hope that we all (girls) will prove it, not only in soccer but everything else as well!!!!
Rene R (gb) wrote: It would be interesting to see a follow-up documentary now, 8 years later.
Leslie B (jp) wrote: Did what it said the tin but not really wanting a sequel.
Party Pete C (au) wrote: lol lol lol go for scooby doo zombie island instead if you want a scare
I dont know w (es) wrote: Seems interesting enough for a viewing or two.
Chris S (ag) wrote: If you're looking for a good, serious, modern zombie movie, this is the one you want!
Jessica L (ag) wrote: I'm not a huge alien/sci-fi fan so this is just so-so in my books. It's pretty funny though.
Luke R (jp) wrote: Hard to believe this picture exists, but worth seeing.
Ryan W (kr) wrote: For the most part it has a mildly interesting story, with a somewhat chilling ending. But nothing special, unworthy of adding to my horror library.