is a film that will touch you in a way that no other film before could do and no other film after it can.
would be number 2, right behind Jaws and ahead of JFK, Halloween, American Beauty and Raiders of the Lost Ark.
at the theaters since 1985, please I urge you, go see it again. It is also a film that should be looked upon as a paradigm for which all movies should try to emulate. Those are the qualities in film that transcend time and they transcend the generations.10 out of 10----What more can be said?
Precisava mesmo me afundar em açúcar neste dia dos namorados, porque, afinal de contas, quem precisa de um namorado quando se pode ter vários oppas, né?
:') Super doce e engraçadinho *--* aaahhhh, e VIPs, temos o prazer de ouvir Fantastic Baby em um ponto da história hihi Recomendo!
Join us for a Facebook Live chat with American Honey star Sasha Lane on Monday, Sept. T., as the alien is dubbed, to his brother and his little sister, Gertie, and the children decide to keep its existence a secret. Adjusted for inflation today, it's still the fourth highest-grossing movie of all time. T., it's just that my tastes became more garnered to horror films and the sheer brilliance of E. I also noticed that the audience was an eclectic mix of young kids, 30 somethings like myself and the elderly. when I was ten but this time around I developed a deep level of respect for it. Everything about this film is perfect, and there really aren't many films around I can say that about. And when I said that I didn't shed a tear while watching E.
Bringing the extraterrestrial into his suburban California house, Elliott introduces E. falls ill, resulting in government intervention and a dire situation for both Elliott and the alien. I guess the more things change, the more they stay the same. My excitement was gushing and when John Williams' ever recognizable score reverberated over the sound system, I was hooked and it felt like I was ten all over again. is simply one of the finest films ever made and if you have not seen the film in the theater then you have no idea what you are missing.
After a gentle alien becomes stranded on Earth, the being is discovered and befriended by a young boy named Elliott. This is ironic because my wife and I had the whole day planned. And in a year when an inferior film like A Beautiful Mind takes top honours from the much more ambitious and deserving Lord of the Rings, it reminded me of 20 years ago. after a 17 year hiatus was nothing short of uplifting.
Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them. at the theater and then come home and watch the 24 hour Oscar-a-thon. You can analyze the film, psychologically deconstruct it and tell me that the reason the film works so well is because of the feeling of loneliness and comradery and I will agree with you.
Follow IMDb on Facebook The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. 1982 was a different time for film and it was a different time as a civilization.
See more » Near the beginning of the film, when the trucks race through the woods approaching the expected location of the spaceship landing, one of the trucks "screeches" when it stops. All of us were there because we either wanted to experience it for the first time or because we wanted to feel what it was like that first time we saw it 20 years ago. Even some of my personal favourites have moments of weakness but not E. There has never really been another movie that has offered the experience that E.
A vehicle's tires would not screech on wet, muddy ground.
See more » Everyone gets lost in nostalgia from time to time. This was a time when some of the greatest movies were ever made for a teenaged boy. is a rare film however, because it is an experience that just gets better with age. became one of my favourite films and I saw it again on its re-release in 1985, bought the poster, purchased the movie on VHS and told everyone who would listen that E. got robbed at the 82 Oscars when it lost every major category to (snicker snicker) Gandhi. But all of the cranky and derelict academy members seethed with contempt and jealousy because they couldn't accept the fact that a man this young could really be this much of a genius. became an after-thought, it's just that it became one of those films that just sat it my collection and wasn't utilized often enough.
Many of us vividly recall the days when the most important thing you had to do that afternoon was find a place to stay cool or to make sure that all of your friends were willing to go on whatever adventure you wanted to embark on. The genesis of film was started in my life with films like First Blood, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Star Wars, Ghostbusters, The Goonies, Back To The Future and of course E. Being that movies were such an intricate part of my young life and these experiences shaped me into the man that I am today, it is easy to recall with reverence the entire experience that went with those films. There was a theater in Windsor Ontario, where I spent my youth called the Vanity, located on Oullette Street, right near Wyandotte. I loved the film but it wouldn't be for another six years that I cried in my first film. There have been some Oscar travesties but this ( along with Annie Hall defeating Star Wars and Cuckoo's Nest beating Jaws ) had to be up there as one of the most ridiculous snubs ever. In fact he made the rest of the folks in Hollywood look young compared to himself.