The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

From chicken thief to cabin boy, riverboat pilot to circus performer, Huck Finn (Eddie Hodges) outsmarts everyone on his way down the muddy Mississippi. This 1960 movie was the first color version of the Mark Twain classic.

Huckleberry Finn, a rambunctious boy adventurer chafing under the bonds of civilization, escapes his humdrum world and his selfish, plotting father by sailing a raft down the Mississippi ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn torrent reviews

Heta U (it) wrote: Absolutely stunning, outrageously beautiful and a very interesting look on modern day Iran. It was refreshing to see Iranian family life, and also the rebel side of Iranian teenagers. The ending was a bit of a let down, from the wedding on, but I still enjoyed it a lot.

Amanda H (jp) wrote: The plot is so overdone and the acting so flat that I couldn't sit through this. I suffered through half an hour and decided I had tortured myself enough. I've seen this very same movie a million times before, and most of those times, it was much better than this. Complete waste of time.

Emma W (ca) wrote: Although not really my thing

Brett W (au) wrote: Moody and creepy as hell, appropriately. A good horror flick if you want to let the mood sink in while reviling oyur audience with more than enough gross, gooey, and gory setpieces.

Aaron G (it) wrote: Classic Altman. Worth it for the music more than the loose, hardly-existent plot.

James H (au) wrote: Solid film-noir thriller with a slight documentary style to it. Nicely photographed, interesting and suspenseful. Richard Basehart does a great job. Well written and directed.

Austin L (br) wrote: I wish Leo McCarey were alive so I could applaud him for his treatment of this movie. It was made so long ago yet it understands its characters with vital clarity and doesn't ever fall prey to cheap sentiment.

Daniel K (us) wrote: 3: This film has grown on me over the years, but it still pales in comparison to some of Eastwood's more recent masterpieces such as Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Gran Torino, and Letters from Iwo Jima. It is clever and engaging, but lacks the suspense and icy and edge and pitch black dread of a David Fincher serial killer film. A modest, but worthwhile, work from the master. In other words, from most directors this would be a success, but from Eastwood it is slightly subpar, at least if one includes it among his other films from the last decade or so.