Escape to Witch Mountain

Escape to Witch Mountain

Tia and Tony are two orphaned youngsters with extraordinary powers. Lucas Deranian poses as their uncle in order to get the kids into the clutches of Deranian's megalomaniacal boss, evil millionaire Aristotle Bolt, who wants to exploit them. Jason, a cynical widower, helps Tia and Tony escape to witch mountain, while at the same time Tia and Tony help Jason escape the pain of the loss of his wife.

The movie follows two adolescents with acute psychic powers who are chased by a scheming millionaire who wants to harness their special powers for his benefit. A cynical widower, helps the kids "escape to witch mountain," while at the same time the kids help him escape the pain of the loss of his wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dawn C (de) wrote: Good plot different supernatural family film

l i n d (br) wrote: Interesting, but I hate the quality of the film.

Tim F (br) wrote: disturbing movie that follows the sad life of several low-life people, each in their troubled positions. Starts off pretty violently with a rape, constant drug use, mostly crack ofcourse. Some realy intresting points and reactions of certain characters. good gang life portrayal on the side of Evan ross, strong performance of him! Good strong movie!

Private U (ca) wrote: Such a sad movie...but I love the bond that Danny Glover and the young girl had between one another...it was so beautiful.

Anti R (mx) wrote: Openly racist movie: the gentle Christians, the wicked Muslim to whom the white gentle learns how to dig a well ...

moviescriticnet (fr) wrote: Despite the fact that it has been nominated for Palme d' Or in Cannes Film Festival and won six local awards in Hong Kong Film Awards this overrated movie (a drama/romance and sci-fi mixture) is aesthetically perfect but completely meaningless.Kar Wai Wong, best knows for "In the Mood for Love" made this experimental two-hour movie of an original 5-hour (or so) material (thank god he didn't use all of it). The title of the film refers to the last year before the 50-year period the Chinese Government promised to let Hong Kong remain as it is (Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997). Of course this has little or nothing to do with the film (whose general idea is people searching love and their identity in a futuristic Hong Kong) which is non-sensical, completely delusional and will have you wonder whether you accidentally smoked some giant pot. Nevertheless the cinematography of the futuristic Hong Kong is so artistic and beautiful that it's worth watching just (and only) for that.Grade: C-

Curtis C (kr) wrote: great another great movie from Lloyd Kaufman

House M (kr) wrote: Incredible performance. Moving and powerful story of one of the best cellists that ever existed. The destruction of Jackie is as progressive as the madness and decline of Beethoven. Amazing character. A must see.

Jose Julian A (gb) wrote: Tercera pelicula de Jack Ryan. Creo que ha sido la mejor de las que he visto ya, a pesar de que se vea que para los gringos toda latinoamerica es igual a Mexico.

Timothy S (ru) wrote: Most "nature run amuck" movies featured the same basics, and "Arachnophobia" definitely has more than its fair share of cliches. The outsider that has all the answers, the locals who won't believe him and refuse to see they have a problem, the scientist and his extensive vocabulary of technical jargon, etc. What makes this movie a success, however, is the obvious skill in which this was made. Steven Spielberg was an executive producer, and the film has his influence all over it, but it was directed by long-time collaborator Frank Marshall making his feature film debut. It's basically a fun monster movie that will make you jump and then ten seconds later laugh and be angry at yourself for jumping, the kind of movie some will watch with their hands covering their eyes.You'll overlook some of the silly lengths it goes to get some of those scares, like the flying spiders or the burning spiders that refuse to die because the whole thing is unabashedly, unapologetically fun. It never claims or tries to be anything more than that. Jeff Daniels is the perfect leading man for this type of picture, a solid B-lister who's likable enough but not yet big enough of a star to turn down a project that only aspires to be lightweight entertainment. The creature effects, however, are quite good thanks to a team led by Chris Walas, who ironically directed last year's "The Fly 2". Even the fake spiders look and feel very real in "Arachnophobia". This is a fun, unpretentious thriller that is an obvious throwback to a simpler time.

Tyler V (fr) wrote: Not good...not good at all.

David S (fr) wrote: A "whodunit" with an interesting premise - did a Doberman actually kill his master or is there something more sinister behind it all? Unfortunately, this narrative hook is handled in a very straight-forward and obvious manner that is more adequate for an episode of, say, "The Rockford Files" (which, or course, features Garner as well). The direction is rather workman-like (again, TV quality) but the performances are strong enough to maintain interest (especially Garner). Sadly, this is nothing more than a good episode of a some detective show and not the quality of a feature film. If it's on television, give it a watch, but don't go out of your way to see it.

roger t (mx) wrote: criticker rating: 88

Alec L (it) wrote: A stark and devastating exploration of the corruption of civilization and the deferral of the ultimate human dream for justice, Paths of Glory is one of cinema's great moral debates. With the execution of three innocent men for cowardice, one representing fate and chance, another hatred, and the third social judgment, Kirk Douglass' Colonel Dax is exposed to the cruel realities of the dehuminization of corruption, bureaucracy, and ambition.

bill s (au) wrote: This wicked comedy gives bad taste a good name.

John Y (ca) wrote: You'll never look at the Civil War again after you watch this film.