At the age of twenty-nine, Elgar Enders "runs away" from home. This running away consists of buying a building in a black ghetto in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn. Initially his intention is to evict the black tenants and convert it into a posh flat. But Elgar is not one to be bound by yesterday's urges, and soon he has other thoughts on his mind.
- Stars:Beau Bridges, Lee Grant, Diana Sands, Pearl Bailey, Walter Brooke, Louis Gossett Jr., Marki Bey, Mel Stewart, Susan Anspach, Robert Klein, Will Mackenzie, Gretchen Walther, Douglas Grant, Stanley Greene, Oliver Clark,
- Director:Hal Ashby,
- Writer:Bill Gunn (screenplay), Kristin Hunter (novel)
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The Landlord torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: I was forced to sit through this. (31%)
(kr) wrote: Like its source material with the same nature of the "Smurfy" universe, the family film's for kids and fans only. But it's enjoyable for other audiences on just to enjoy the appeals such as the talented cast, the manageable comical humor and the CGI animation of the well-known characters. (B-)
(fr) wrote: I never thought, that I would enjoy this film, because I am not a military movie type person, but this film is so much more than that. I watch it over and over. I recommend this film.
(nl) wrote: This sequel to the classic "Escape to Witch Mountain" is kind of a step down from the original and feel more like the quality of Disney quickie films of the 70s (i.e. "The North Avenue Irregulars" or "The Million Dollar Duck"). But in the plus column, you do get some solid new villains wanting to exploit Tony and Tia's powers, played Bette Davis and Christopher Lee (who also have creepy character actor Anthony James as their henchman). The baddies capture Tony, so Tia hooks up with some 1970s style street toughs who call themselves The Earthquake Gang to help save Tony. It's all pretty silly, but it does manage to be entertaining. "Barney Miller" regular Jack Soo has a funny supporting part as truancy officer chasing down the kids to get them back in school, but the most surprising part of the school that tI liked was the funky Lalo Schifrin score. Not a classic, but entertaining.
(au) wrote: Who thought of this? Seriously, WHO THE F%$# THOUGHT OF THIS PREMISE???
(mx) wrote: Very under-rated sci-fi film from the Gerry Anderson stable. Watch out for many of his regulars in the cast.