|US Release Date||11/30/1974|
And it looks great.
Much like its title character, <em>Charlie Bartlett</em> just doesn’t fit in with its peer group (teen movies and psychology dramedies). And both the character and movie go to show you that sometimes it’s good--in this case very good--not to fit in.
<em>August Rush</em> comes dangerously close to being too feel-good for its own good, but the dynamic trio of strong performances, magical imagery and nonstop music prevails.
Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion provides little more than very good acting. Tyler Perry’s uneven story matches his uneven story-telling and makes one wonder how this really works so well on the stage.
|George Stevens||Other||film extract("Giant" (1956))||120795||26000001|
|Elia Kazan||Other||film extract("East of Eden" (1955))||120795||26000002|
|Nicholas Ray||Other||film extract("Rebel Without a Cause" (1955))||120795||26000003|
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