A nostalgic, informative history of drive-in movie theaters, featuring extensive archival photographs and interviews with Leonard Maltin, John Bloom, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Barry Corbin and many others... Drive-In Movie Memories is a film celebration of America's greatest icon of youth, freedom and the automobile. What began as an auto parts owner's business venture to make some easy money accidentally became a magical place where romance, fun and a sense of community flourished. This film chronicles the drive-in's birth and development, its phenomenal popularity with audiences of all ages, its tragic decline, and its inevitable comeback as a classic form of Americana.
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R R (es) wrote: Peculiarly under-rated, and a far subtler film than its detractors would have you believe.
Bud C (br) wrote: Watched it just to look at local scenery. Definately 17+
Nick B (us) wrote: Pretty interesting a few twist and turns and it doesn't end the way you think it will. Main reason to watch is for the smoking hot Evan Rachel Wood who looks the best I've seen her in this. Really well written movie that's worth checking out
Wahida K (au) wrote: I use to watch the Cartoons.
Eric H (gb) wrote: 'Farinelli' is a film well worth seeing for its memorable visual imagery and its unique soundtrack. Mid-film scenes set against the decadence of 17th-century European court life make for charming costumes and sets. Contrasting visuals of rural Italy provide their own pastoral allure that is no less charming. Moreover, the film rises admirably to the daunting technical and artistic task of reproducing the tone of a castrato voice, considering that the musical world has not seen or heard a castrato singer for more than a century.
Adam R (br) wrote: Good story. I like the anti-war message. I wish there was more of the actual poetry in the movie.
Peter M (it) wrote: good wartime drama about women being put to work as the men go off to war, has an outstanding cast.
Ilja S (es) wrote: Jaws 2 is not bad, but it really doesn't hold up. It might scare you here and there, but the story is nonsense and the tension of the first movie is gone.
Allan C (jp) wrote: Not up to "Lawrence of Arabia" standards, but this desert epic is certainly equal in terns of scale and spectacle. It lacks the artistry of Lawrence and plays out more like a cavalry western set in the desert, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. It's a well mounted epic that's skillfully crafted and entertaining to watch.
Chance F (mx) wrote: A bit of Hollywood fluff. Lightweight story that owes everything to the performances by Gable, Tracy, Colbert and character actor Frank Morgan. Heady Lamar wasn't given much to do.
Henrysmovieguide C (mx) wrote: This movie is very cool and funny. There are some gross-out alien moments, but overall it is very good, quotable, and awesome.
Adam A (fr) wrote: "SAW V" tries for the first time to play it smart in every twist through every corner, but fails by taking the easy way out, as always. Its traps are still more thought out than the story.
Maark T (ru) wrote: Apatow's brand of humour just does not impress as much as it used to.