Teenager Ben Mockridge feels life in a Wild West farm town has nothing better to offer then horse-cart racing with other hicks, so he naively begs cattle company owner Frank Culpepper to engage him as youngest cowboy for a long cattle trail to a fort, his mother barely notices. Ben doesn't even seem to get it when he's told to report as 'little Mary' to the old cook, whose words cowboy is something you do only if you have nothing better gradually become clear. Instead of an exciting heroic macho life, it's endless hard work, dumb chores and embarrassment, even getting literally caught with his pants down, robbed of his horse, witnessing unpunished crimes...
Robert H (jp) wrote: Turtle Power is exactly what it says it is... the definitive history of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.While mostly just interviews, they do get all the key people involved including everyone from Mirage studios, the promoters, the toy execs, the cartoon execs, fans, etc. and there are even a few short interviews from even more which indicates that clearly, they talked to anyone they could get their camera on.Where Turtle Power really shines is in aquiring home video footage from Eastman and Laird's early years. Add some footage from cartoons, commercials, promos, and even new graphics and such created to show the comics and form some interesting transitions and Turtle Power does end up being very informative and entertaining enough that any fan of TMNT should be happy.The documentary covers all the way up through the live action movies and toys but was made a little too soon to really delve into the new toys, CG cartoon and new movie though they are all there in spirit if you keep your eyes open.Highly recommended for all Turtle fans whether it be the comics, cartoons, toys, or movies.
Dave R (es) wrote: It was so dumb but it made me laugh in a few spots just the shear low budget of it is funny it's a ok movie
Robbie V (fr) wrote: An insight into the psychology of a horse and Buck.
Jonathan S (ag) wrote: American schmaltz at its best. Good performances all round, a good adaptation of real life events make this emotional roller coaster a fine ride.
Richard S (au) wrote: Too arty and pretentious to get any real enjoyment out of this. Could have been a great film in the hands of another director
Jen C (kr) wrote: 10 minutes in, they were still explaining guarantees. It's an overly complicated mob film.
James J (nl) wrote: good flick great acting shame bout ending but apart from that it was good 6/10
Becci D (de) wrote: If you've seen Duel, watch this...simple as that. Cheaply made but entertaining with a few beers.
Mara M (gb) wrote: Funny some times, but not that great of a film.
Leonard D (ru) wrote: It was still fun, but a few of gags here and there keep this from being awesome.
John A (nl) wrote: Director Tim Sullivan's Remake Of The B-Movie Classic, "Two Thousand Maniacs", Is One Of The Very Rare Remakes Which Surpasses The Original. The Plot Is basically The Same, It's Still A B-Movie Of Sorts & Features The Townsfolk Of Pleasant Valley. What Improves On The Original Is The Cast Of Unknowns, (Which Act Better Than The Cast Of The Original), Headed Up By Robert Englund & Lin Shaye (Both Appeared In A Nightmare On Elm Street), The Death Scenes & Finally The Special Effects Both Of Which Are Updated For Today's Audience.
Todd S (gb) wrote: I've seen I Love Trouble several times and it never gets old. It is from the early 90s but is a story that is still entertaining today. Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts play competing reporters at different newspapers in Chicago. When a major story breaks, they both compete to scoop each other, but ultimately decide to team up when it becomes clear that their lives are endangered. Julia Roberts shines in one of her first leading roles, showing us what got her to be known as America's sweetheart. Nick Nolte is also fantastic. He is a very good actor who doesn't get many good roles anymore, because of his past. It's good to see him playing a likeable character instead of making a cameo as a psychotic drunk. I Love Trouble, and I love this movie. It's a great story with an excellent cast and thoroughly entertaining.
Lauralee B (us) wrote: Tom is a great actor .very good movie.
Jonathan H (ag) wrote: hilarious, a true classic. especially interesting to gene wilder fans