Good boy Mike Mayer is looking at a fine future and enjoys life with Wisconsin small town friends and steady girlfriend Carrie Beal. Then a stupid accident, diving from the local pier when the water is too low, leaves him quadriplegic. As if that weren't bad enough, Carrie does what none of the gang could imagine: she dumps him, as soon as best friend Rooster realizes she wasn't even honest. Carrie leaves for New York to pursue an undefined 'ambition', moving in with Simon Rhodes she vaguely knows. She starts a love affair with Paul Elliot 'Kilroy' Fraser. However he has his own nagging tragic secret, and her past needs dealing with.
Breanna C (gb) wrote: This is a really good movie. Not for kids to watch though, so make sure their not in the room.
Jessica H (jp) wrote: slow with laughable characters.
Niklas S (jp) wrote: Der Schlechteste bisher...
Knox M (de) wrote: Worthwhile just for the chemistry between Roy Kinnear and Bernard Fox.
John Y (br) wrote: If you want to see what started the end of the western genre, watch this movie.
maggiy e (ru) wrote: The dancing and singing is excellent. The plot is not too great, however. It drags on and goes on unecassary tangent. Worth watching, though definetley not Rodgers and Hammerstien's best work.
Bruce B (au) wrote: Superbly acted by an all star cast. Reminds us of America's lost innocence. The assassination of JFK is the exact tipping point of the world as we now know it.
Leonie P (br) wrote: Interesting sci-fi animated film - good to see. Different animation. Unusual story.
Clark H (de) wrote: Good: Most believable children/family relationship in any film I've ever seen with Jude Law and his on screen children.Bad: Everything else.