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Alex H (nl) wrote: The Poughkeepsie Tapes has a niche market: those who stay up into the late hours of the morning reading up on serial killers. The faux-documentary framing device pulls it all together nicely.
Trina Q (kr) wrote: I thought is was a good movie, and it did just what it was supposed to. If you look past the forest you will see the trees. I saw a couple of homeless kids who although being in a bad situation made it out of the forest. It is written that the last shall be first. Now who would have thought that the office boy would find himself and go home to get his education, having found out that all that glitters ain't gold. The agent got her pictures not that it took them off the net but she felt better having them. I looked past the drugs and booze and saw that the people all had a purpose and with their own dreams in hand they got just what they wanted.
Victor V (gb) wrote: I don't ever do crosswords, but after this documentary I might try them some time. It was actually pretty interesting.
Swami D (it) wrote: The only overt emotional manipulation that I perceived was the somewhat hokey ending. Definitely the ending was played for effect and is somewhat jarring. It seems tacked on rather than integrated to the rest of the film. I think the same idea could have been communicated without the somewhat silly melodrama. Otherwise, the movie is excellent with some great acting.
Jeff W (ag) wrote: Very quirky characters....
disney f (au) wrote: Jim Cummings??!!! What did you drug him with? >:(
AN N (ru) wrote: Facinating look into this very interesting part of the world.
Kevin R (kr) wrote: Fairy tales are real.The Little Family are in the market to adopt an orphan and give their current adopted son George a sibling. They decide to adopt a walking, talking mouse named Stuart. Stuart will need to bond with his new brother, George, who is reluctant to accept a mouse as a brother. Meanwhile, the family cat has his own plans for Stuart."Talk to the butt."Rob Minkoff, director of The Lion King, Stuart Little 2, The Haunted Mansion, The Forbidden Kingdom, Flypaper, and Mr. Peabody & Sherman, delivers Stuart Little. The storyline for this picture is fun for children and reminded me of the Smurfs pictures. The animation in this was very well done and blended with the reality well. The cast delivered good enough performances and includes Michael J. Fox (as the voice of Stuart), Geena Davis, Jonathan Lipnicki, Nathan Lane (voice), Hugh Laurie, David Alan Grier, and Jennifer Tilly (voice). "That's not a mouse. That's my brother."We came across this on HBOGO and thought it would be a fun movie to watch as a family. This was okay and entertaining. It kept my daughter's attention pretty much all the way through. It was far from a classic, or worth purchasing, but it is worth a viewing."I feel four inches tall."Grade: C-
Carol W (kr) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies. A wonderful story of a boy's faith. You laugh, you cry, you are inspired.
Jason R (us) wrote: when i was younger would have been 3.5 stars as it was but rewatched this a few weeks back and really not as good as i remembered. For a low budget horror not bad but not too good either
Jim H (br) wrote: Five stars for Mos Def. Mare Winningham needed a haircut.