I loved this movie. I had to have one. It is set in the 1950's but the book is written in today's time. It is not exactly like the book (what movie is?) but the feeling is still there.\nIt is a sweet story about a girl and boy growing up.\nIt is a wholesome movie that I could recommend to any family. My 2 teenagers liked it too.
Burns manages to take on a laundry list of touchy issues in a relatively frank, unflinching manner. His characters retain their dignity and integrity without false dramatic redemption. It's a true adult saga.
This is a wonderful family movie with a very good story. My daughter loves it and it was also one of my sons favorite movies when he was a child. We had to buy it again on dvd when my husband made the mistake of getting rid of the vhs tapes.
It's a great little animation for us kids of any age and as we look back at the story we can relate to the ant about not being a follower but being a leader when it's our time. but it a great buy and the free site to store is great.
This was nothing like what I expected. The only reason the end of the movie was seen, was because my wife was watching it, also. She liked it, I didn't care for it. It's not his typical comedy you would expect.
Gnomic, claustrophobic, hallucinatory, just plain weird, it is the kind of movie critics can soak up thousands of words analyzing and cinephiles can soak up at least three espressos arguing their way through.