Race to Freedom: The Underground Railroad
A number of slaves risk their lives to escape their masters with their only help coming from the famous secret slave escape network.
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Cathie K (kr) wrote: Eh. It was ok. SO disappointed he didn't play Old Man. Especially since this was in his home town AND THERE IS A BUILDING , I believe a school, NAMED AFTER HIS FATHER! If, in fact, "Old Man" was written regarding his father. I was excited it started out with the old classic tunes. Grrr.
Marilee A (gb) wrote: Like a poor mans Pulp Fiction
Spencer A (es) wrote: A hauntingly beautiful look at the horrors of director Ari Folman's Israeli army days during the Lebanon War in 1982.
Heather S (au) wrote: This is a good movie with interesting characters and witty dialogue. The only problem is the last 20 minutes.
Jack S (br) wrote: Corny, but alright, next up, Snakes....on a BIKE!!!
Michael R (ag) wrote: Film-Noir Meets 1940's Gangster With High School Drug Dealers....??????
Janoy F (mx) wrote: Comical, Sexy and Entertaining
Danielle F (jp) wrote: This movie is one of the best/worst movies ever and I love it!!!
Greg W (mx) wrote: good pic based on the popular UK TV series
Michael B (br) wrote: Goofy Toho SF adventure story. Has a sort-of sequal in War of the Gargantuas.
Ben W (ag) wrote: its a decent gangster flick which has great characters and a lot of that has to do with the acting. belmondo but especially ventura are a great team. there were a couple of parts that could have been chipped off but its a great psychological crime movie.
Hannah R (ca) wrote: These things are pretty formulaic-- you have to be a die-hard Bing or Bob fan to like them.
Laurent B (ru) wrote: Great cinematography, great actors, great script..an absolute masterpiece
Charles R (mx) wrote: Try as it might, this movie falls short of scoring two essential goals - 1) making Elijah Wood look tough, and 2) making soccer crews look sympathetic. Except for the few fights that feature Wood getting his face bashed in, there's not much to see amidst all the generic violence and humorless dialogue besides the always-underutilized Claire Forlani. .5/5 Seriously though, why is Claire Forlani ALWAYS in the shittiest movies?
Charles P (fr) wrote: The characters are given more depth than your typical action movie and some of the sequences are just breath-taking, but this cops-and-surfers movie is bloated and flawed with repetition when it should be tight and fast.
Peter F (kr) wrote: Classic British film is one of the finest coming-of-age films ever made. Ken Loach's unfussy filmmaking is perfect for the film's grounded theme of misspent youth, and allows star David Bradley to deliver what might be the best child performance of his generation. A 60s film thats influence can be felt in recent triumphs such as Rat Catcher and The Kid With the Bike, yet Kes is still a more poetic film than any of it's forebears. For that reason, the film is timeless.