A street-wise teen from Baltimore who has been raised by a single mother travels to New York City to spend the Christmas holiday with his estranged relatives, where he embarks on a surprising and inspirational journey. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A street-wise teen from Baltimore who has been raised by a single mother travels to New York City to spend the Christmas holiday with his estranged relatives, where he embarks on a surprising and inspirational journey.
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Frances K (us) wrote: Chris Messina's cowboy outfit saved this movie.
Chris D (au) wrote: Cuba Gooding Jr. and Val Kilmer have had their share of flops, but this could be an all-time low for both...it's absurdity is something you've got to see to believe and if you can make it all the way through, then kudos to you!
Malkijah R (gb) wrote: Funny, good to watch. A few dead moments and good story ending.
Cassandra M (it) wrote: Delightful post-war British comedy illustrating for the umpteenth time the fighting spirit of the "ordinary Joe" (or in this case Jock) when set against the pomposity of the would-be ruling classes. Capt Waggett (Basil Radford) is the real star here as the middle class representative of stiff upper lippery. Surely Jimmy Perry and David Croft must have drawn on him when they were dreaming up the Capt Mainwaring character for the long-running BBC TV sit-com "Dad's Army". Even one of Waggett's lines ("I was waiting to see when you'd spot that", a comment usually made when Mainwaring had just uttered some piece of logistical nonsense) made an appearance. Unmissable example of British comedy rooted in the style that made Ealing so succesful
Andy G (au) wrote: Another classic featuring Bruce Campbell
Nilufer R (br) wrote: If it wasn't for Woody Harrelson I would stop watching this movie in the first 15 minutes. Boring. Lucy Liu was cute.
Cooper H (de) wrote: Rocky III is another fun installment in the Rocky franchise. It's great seeing Rocky and Creed working together. Rocky dealing with the death of his old trainer brings an emotional core to the story.
Nolan S (ru) wrote: An interesting comedy based around medics during the Korean War.
Hannah D (fr) wrote: Considering this was made in 1945 I was impressed with the special effects. It wasn't just aesthetically pleasing, though. It was a sharp script. Obviously Noel Coward takes full credit for that. Like most people my favourite character was Margaret Rutherford's Madame Arcati!