Little Tree is an 8-year-old Cherokee boy, who, during the time of the depression, loses his parents and starts to live with his Indian grandma and grandpa and learn the wisdom of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Education of Little Tree
Little Tree is an 8-year-old Cherokee boy, who, during the time of the depression, loses his parents and starts to live with his Indian grandma and grandpa and learn the wisdom of the Cherokee way of life.
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Phillip D (de) wrote: You must be aware of what you are getting yourself into here. The Man With The Iron Fists blends Tarantino's gore obsession with a dedication to the traditional and showy martial arts films of the last century. The result is relatively fun and low stakes, even if RZA has no business acting and Russell Crowe is criminally underused. The Man With The Iron Fists is traditional martial arts action from start to finish.
Debbie K (it) wrote: I've never met another person who has seen this movie. I took a chance on it in the independant theater in town and absolutely LOVED it.
Peter L (us) wrote: My Rating: 2.5/5 stars; Grade: C+; Gesture: Thumbs Sideways; Status: Mediocre or So-So (Rotten); Emoticon: :-|.
Fiona J (kr) wrote: The story is a bit contrived but the performances are wonderful. Stellan's portrayal of alcoholism is so painful, and I suspect the most accurate on celluloid. Ian Hart suprised me too- took me the entire film to think where I'd seen him before, Prof Quirrel is nowhere in sight.
Charles S (es) wrote: scary, very Fargo with voice overs. ...
John A (au) wrote: This Is A Live-Action Movie, Based On A Japanese Comic & Anime Of The Same Name. This Hilariously Slapstick Style Film, Follows Jackie Chan As The City Hunter, A Private Eye & A Bit Of A Ladies Man Who Has Been Hired By A News Tycoon To Find His Daughter. He Tracks Her Down To A Cruise Ship, But While At Sea The Ship Is Hijacked By Australian Martial Artist Richard Norton. The Film Boasts Some Very Camp Humour & Pulls It Of Excellently. The Film Also Features A Skateboard Chase, 2 Brilliant Fight Sequences With British Kickboxer Gary Daniels, & A Well Choreographed Fight Sequence With Richard Nortan, Add In A Love Triangle, A Comedic Sequence With Bruce Lee's Game Of Death & A Comedic Tribute To Street Fighter 2 & You Have A Really Enoyable Film.
Andrea D (au) wrote: this is me so watch out
Dee S (br) wrote: Good movie, has comedy that's simple and none of the gritty filthy portrait of the west that modern westerns have.... love this innocent fun filled movie.
Sam S (br) wrote: With the Duke doing his second cop movie I would have to say that between McQ and this movie, I like McQ better but this movie had some pretty good action sequences in it and some exciting chase scenes, shootouts, and explosions in this John Wayne vehicle about where the Duke plays a Chicago Cop sent to London, England to extrodite a criminal and somehow when the person he needs to extrodite gets kidnapped it turns into a bigger mess. It was okay but I like McQ better than this one.
Toby C (ca) wrote: Maybe not quite as good as the first two, this third film in the series is still one of the best action movies of the 90's. With Samuel L Jackson co-starring, this film is not disappointing at all.
John R (it) wrote: I loved this one not better than 1 But it is spectacular
Lucas Y (au) wrote: A successful 2000's version of high school getting laid comedies. Hits home pretty hard on a personal level as I acted a lot like Seth in high school and had an eerily similar relationship with 2 friends who were just like Evan and McLovin. Superbad is funny throughout although a little immature at times and not as sentimental as a lot of critics think. The penis drawings and funky music are great little aspects.
Dan L (us) wrote: Absolutely thrilling from start to end. Mara is incredible beyond all words!
Sergio A (ca) wrote: has its flaws but man was this movie fun to watch
Louis K (ca) wrote: Cute, adorable movie. A MUST see.
Blais E (br) wrote: An utterly tasteless and reprehensible (And delighfully- disgusting-) exercise in crassly-cartoonish violence wherein a gaggle of gals who were college buddies insipidly decide to have an impromptu reunion by camping out in the woods of upstate New York, and are besieged and tortured by two whacked-out hayseeds and their equally-demented mother. Eventually, the worm turns as two of the girls mount an offensive attack against their barbaric captors with mirthful glee. The violence is campily-excessive and WAAAYYY over-the-top, and as such lacks any real dramatic punch or impact, but the performances are uniformly enthusiastic (Especially by the Phyllis Diller-ish Rose Ross as dear old Mum-), and the trio of set-upon heroines are sympathetic and likable. What uplifts the flick above the myriad number of others of this type are the amusingly-endless pop-culture references and the satiric stabs at American-consumerism that populate the film (The duo of murderous, half-witted dullards thrive on a perpetual diet of TV and breakfast cereal-), and the darkly-twisted sense of humor that permeates throughout. A very early entry from the true House of Trashy-Tripe, Troma Team.