I Am David

I Am David

Based on Anne Holm's acclaimed young adult novel North to Freedom, I Am David chronicles the struggles of a 12-year-old boy (Ben Tibber) who manages to flee a Communist concentration camp on his own -- through sheer will and determination. All he has in his possession is a loaf of bread, a letter to deliver to someone in Denmark and a compass to help get him there.

Twelve-year-old David escapes from a Communist concentration camp with little more than a compass, a sealed letter, a loaf of bread, and instructions to carry the letter to Copenhagen, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Simon P (de) wrote: It's probably the best Dutch zombie film I've ever seen. The fact it's the only Dutch zombie film I've seen shouldn't imply that it's bad. In fact it's funny, irreverent and played with tongue firmly in cheek. A few tweaks here and there wouldn't go amiss, but it's a brisk zombie romp with a little twist at the end that will either cause a chuckle or an audible groan. Or both.

Jose A (gb) wrote: It's not Salma??s best performance (if she has one) but the movie is very good.

Justin B (it) wrote: Its b movie budgetary restrictions keep it from truly succeeding but it's an underrated under seen little gem that makes great use of its creepy villains and nightmare logics.

Melvin W (jp) wrote: Eddie Murphy: I'm sadistic. I go to the supermarkets to watch mothers lose it and beat the shit out of their kids."Catch him in the act. Uncensored Uncut Irresistibly..."Eddie Murphy Raw is classic Eddie Murphy. It's a standup concert filmed live in New York, where Murphy does his usual sex jokes and impersonations. Overall, the movie is a good time and has plenty of hilarious moments. I'm not going to go out on the ledge and say that this is the best standup I've ever seen or that Eddie Murphy is the best comedian ever, but he is very good. He has a stars presence on stage just as he does on the screen.I guess there could be plenty of reasons to not like Raw if you don't want to. The jokes may be tasteless, immoral, obscene, and whatever else you want to call them; but their also good. This isn't something you'd want to show to your 11 year old son or daughter, but for adults, this comedy works and it works because of Murphy's confidence in what he's saying.As far as these stand-up movies go, Eddie Murphy Raw is a classic. Murphy has influenced many comedians with his fast talking, hyper paced shows. He knows what will make people laugh and he executes his jokes perfectly. Well worth a look if you think classic Murphy is funny.

Sanity Assassin (kr) wrote: st. george and the jabberwocky

Matthew M (kr) wrote: An American Classic! And one of my all time favorite movies!

Kristy S (au) wrote: Excellent family friendly film! And, of course, Chinook the Alaskan Malamute makes the movie even better!

Rob P (br) wrote: Hold's up pretty well. Will Smith isn't terribly bright in this role, but is fine and Gene Hackman is great. Of course surveillance has come a long way since this film to scary levels in real life.

Ben B (ru) wrote: Seven Psychopaths is a dark comedy starring Colin Farrell as Marty, an alcoholic screenwriter trying to work on his latest idea for a film (Seven Psychopaths) while dealing with a struggling relationship and issues with his friend Billy (played by Sam Rockwell).As soon as this movie begins, we get a taste of McDonagh's witty dialogue and comically dark tone. Two mobsters are debating the plausibility of shooting somebody in the eyeball when the Jack O' Diamonds killer (one of the psychopaths) comes up behind them and shoots both in the head. It had a very Quentin Tarantino feel to it, and the tone stayed fairly consistent in this sense. The movie lost a little bit of steam towards the end of the middle act-beginning of the final act, but I was engaged overall with this movie.This movie has some really great performances. Sam Rockwell was definitely my favorite part of the movie, and Christopher Walken delivered a very subtle yet memorable character as Rockwell's partner-in-crime with a troubled past. At first, I was really annoyed by Farrell's character, but, as we got to see more of him, he really grew on me. The one character that really didn't work was Woody Harrelson as the antagonist. Due to "creative differences" Mickey Rourke, who was originally cast to play the role, dropped out, so Harrelson had to really jump in and deliver. Unfortunately, you can tell that he came in to this movie late; his performance felt very unnatural.Overall, Seven Psychopaths is a great bit of fun. At a run-time of under two hours, it's definitely a movie worth watching with a group of friends on movie night. The thematic elements subtly come through to deliver a good message behind the bloody fun. Go check this one out - you won't be disappointed!

Teela N (br) wrote: i ove this movie corney yet funny ..gotta love horace pinker ... like father like son

Steven W (br) wrote: I'm a fan of blaxploitation, but don't believe the hype; twenty-five minutes of this movie is amazingly atrocious - the rest is just dull