A documentary filmmaker boards a train at Grand Central Terminal, heading to upstate New York to interview the subjects of his latest project. A chance encounter with a mysterious young woman leads him on a journey of a very different sort, and within the blink of an eye, Hart is forced to leave his complacent life behind for a world in which the line between fantasy and reality is blurred. As Hart tells his strange story to a police detective he finds himself being questioned as Martin tries to discover whether Hart is the victim or the suspect in the strange affair. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kara H (us) wrote: Unbelievably boring.
Roo l (ca) wrote: awesome. .need more fast movies
Dolores H (ag) wrote: Watched less than half of it. Wierd and really annoying. I really don't care who imprisoned him or why.
Cornell W (au) wrote: Channing Tatum was basically an extra in this movie.
Matthew P (au) wrote: "Street Smart" is engaging enough to keep you interested, but it isn't as gritty of a look at street life as it wants to be. The best thing about this movie is Morgan Freeman's performance as a tough talking, no nonsense pimp.
Christopher B (it) wrote: could have really been good if someone wrote a real story.
Sven J (br) wrote: I wanted to like this film. It has an amazing cast of wonderful actors who do a solid job iand some very impressive scenes, particularly for 1970. Arkin is particularly good as the lead. What starts with some good comedy, quickly changes into a negative depressing political statement. In the end, I want to be able to enjoy a film. The focus on the greed and stupidity of human beings and the message of anti-capitalism and anti-war ultimately leave me less than entertained. I have no sense of feeling for any of the characters, and leave the film feeling I wasted the past 2 hours.
Bill J (ru) wrote: Brilliant acting by Sidney.
Byron B (de) wrote: want to see this because it was nominated for best picture at the oscars
John Joseph M (ag) wrote: Brandon Maggart is something else in this film.
Christine R (au) wrote: I really, really disliked this movie
Dave H (ca) wrote: Nice idea, but a little too ambitious for it's own good. Each of the five components has potential, but none of them (except maybe the first and final) have enough time (or sharp writing) to make much of an impact overall. Too much focus on the "we gotta make something of this land" frontier spirit stuff and not enough on establishing strong characters themselves. It might've worked better with a character focus on a strong single character in each decade, aging as he/she goes (Debbie Reynolds is SORT of this, but she's only the main character in one of the five stories). Stewart and Wallach stand out over the rest or the cast, who are mostly quite good. But...nah...as a whole, the film doesn't really hang together. But there are mesmerizing bits - stunning in any era - the Indian attack on the wagon train, the rafts of the rapids, the stream train confrontation, and the colossal buffalo stampede most of all. The three sectioned cinerama thing is only mildly distracting on TV, overall the film looks amazing, except in some of the dodgy rear projection bits. Interesting some of the time, tedious at others. A valiant (if one-eyed) interpretation of how the west was won (aka stolen).
Kathy A (jp) wrote: It's a feel good movie and I love it!