Realizing the urban legend of their youth has actually come true; two filmmakers delve into the mystery surrounding five missing children and the real-life boogeyman linked to their disappearances. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Realizing the urban legend of their youth has actually come true; two filmmakers delve into the mystery surrounding five missing children and the real-life boogeyman linked to their disappearances.
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Jamie C (jp) wrote: A really funny but silly comedy, Keith does a good job of keeping the film entertaining, although it's cheaply made it's a good watch with some laugh out loud moments, But if you don't like Keith Lemon don't watch but if you do it's a must watch.
Daniel C (gb) wrote: a bit dark but it has its moments.
Tee K (us) wrote: Love Vanessa, plot could have been better and the love interest could have looked a lot better too.
Danny L (jp) wrote: We all know a bicycle can get us from point A to B, but this film tells us a tale how bicycle can get you to fall in love, help you find the truth of a mysterious girl, help you form a friendship, and get you into trouble that may cause you your life. A marvelous film.
Tristan M (mx) wrote: A very interesting film, and one that I knew very little about going into it. It's a great story and what could seem like a boring plot it was done with excitement and skill. The acting in absolutely amazing, Jack Nicholson and Danny de Vito are top notch actors. I do find some of the film confusing, with Jimmy Hoffas job to be somewhat uncertain, and the constant transition between the past and present to be confusing as well. I thought the movie would be more about gangsters an the mob, but instead it was totally different, abouta labor organizer who is the leader of a strike movement by truckers. He eventully gets runs into problems with the gouverment, who want to see him put in jail because of suspected connections with gangsters. The movie was great, it never got slow, there was always loud talk and and Hoffa mad at someone. The brawl with the Teamsters against their imployers was a great chaotic scene, and the two courtroom scenes particularly the first one were very well done and engaging. Throughout the movie there was always a bit of Hoffa being a smartass and other things that made you laugh, but they don't take away from the realism or the seriousness of the film. The end is very unexpected, and is an interesting choice of how to end his life, because although the story is true it isn't known how Hoffa disappeared. Hoffa is definatly a likable character, as are his friends and the ending is a sad and unfortunate way to end his life. As a whole the movie was good, the begining was a little difficult to understand completely what is going on, and the end isn't in my opinion the best guess that could have been portrayed. Above all the excellent acting is the movies brightest side.
Zo G (fr) wrote: So far this is my favourite lesbian movie. So important to see Herstory that has been invisible and marginalized for centuries. Entertaining and educating, good for baby dykes to appreciate the freedom they have today. I would like to see one that goes on to cover the 70's 80's and 90's when my wife and I came-out.
David W (gb) wrote: A fun 80s movie that is worth seeing a few times. It's a classic!
Chris W (mx) wrote: Historical revisionism at some of it's finest (and most stinging).Based on a satirical novel, this is a bleakly dark dramedy/western about a 110 year-old man named Jack Crabb who tells his life story to a misguided 20th Century historian.Crabb is a white man who was raised by Native Americans from a young age. He grows accustomed to their humane, enlightened way of life, but eventually strikes out on his own to see the world. He gets involved in many notable historical events (a concept later revisited in Forrest Gump), mostly involving Custer, the white conquest of the west, and the dark side of American imperialism. It's not always a pretty sight, but it definitely rings true.This is a great movie, and definitely one of those times where I'm surprised (but happy), that it was a mainstream affair. It definitely fits into the scholarly movement going on at the time where revisionism was going strong, shedding light into events from previously ignored perspectives, and presenting a more balanced view of history.The cinematography is excellent, the direction is strong, the ambitions and goals noble, and the performances excellent. Hoffman delivers a wonderful turn here, and it's easily one of his best, even though it is sadly overlooked a lot of the time. The dark, quirky humor balances out with the material nicely, and this is a really eye opening film.Please give this one a look. It's not only a gem of the 70s, but a really important masterpiece of cinema in general.
Matt M (us) wrote: Wilder's love of absurdity gets in the way of the film's quirk rather than being an asset as it is in many of his better comedies. Shirley MacLaine, however, puts on a good distinctive performance.
Robert R (ru) wrote: Frank Capra spins another heartwarming yarn while Gary Cooper channels his inner child in "Mr. Deeds Goes To Town," an interesting take on the fish out of water story with a killer, left-turn of a third act. It may not have as many jokes per page as the 2002 remake "Mr. Deeds," but the narrative spine and thematic footing of this piece is just too strong to ignore. Frank Capra and screenwriter Robert Riskin still seem to possess the clear winner of the two "Deeds" films with this 1936 smirker.
aaron w (ag) wrote: A must see classic. Yet another Linklater masterpiece