We bought the triple-feature DVD primarily for "Frequency" which we really like, but figured the other 2 movies were just a bonus. But after watching the movie "15 Minutes" for just a short time, we had to turn it off. Though this movie back cover warned about the language, it was far worse than we'd heard in a long time. There was hardly a sentence spoken by the main actor that didn't include really foul language & profanity. It was totally unnecessary. It was way beyond bad & it took away from being able to focus on the plot.
We would not recommend this movie or triple feature whatsoever because of including this parti-
cular movie. We turned this DVD back in because of this one movie included & bought "Frequency" as a single DVD-a much better choice.
I think its REALLY ridiculous that I got an email asking me to rate something I don't have! And then two days later send me an email telling me my order that is delayed when its already been WEEKS!!!!!!!!!!!!\nI will NEVER order from this site again!
Absolutely one of the best animated movies I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot. Stumbled across this gem and watched it on a fluke. In no time I was absorbed into the animated world full of interesting characters anyone can relate to. The movie has a great message about tolerance and working to get along with others who may be different, to coexist peacefully.\nI wondered if the movie was really as good as I thought it was, so I watched it a second time. As soon as the second viewing ended, I got online and ordered a copy for my 6 year old granddaughter. When it arrived, my son and granddaughter watched it together and both enjoyed it as much as I did.\nDefinitely get this movie if you're into animation, sci-fi, or just for the fact it has a good story to tell.
There are a few moments when the picture's easygoing pace turns into wobbliness, but these are insignificant compared with its many moments of shrewd insight into the lives of amusingly shaded but very recognizable human beings.
Christopher is so good in this quietly charming, Yates-drected tale of four high school graduates trying to decide what to do with their lives that it's a wonder he didn't achieve the heights of co-star Quaid.