I had gotten this movie for my little sister (10) after she fell in love with it after seeing it on TV. She had asked for this movie for two years and I looked for it everywhere. I was so happy to see it finally re-released and she was super surprised.....she watched it 5+ times in a row! I love this movie, she loves the movie, it arrived on time and in great shape. I am very happy with my purchase and I think it's save to say my sister is too.
This is a family friendly little known Disney morsel. This movie is exciting and fun. Boys (and girls) will love this flick. It captivates the child's imagination as well as intriguing their curiosity. If you are looking for a Disney gift at an affordable price...buy this movie from Walmart today. Hope this review helps.
The Three Lives of Thomasina has been one of those movies that you rarely see on TV and that's too bad. It's a delightful movie about a totally different century. It is one of the few Disney movies where a cat is the star. This is a wonderful family movie with a happy ending. Now that it's on DVD, I can watch it whenever I want.
The political argument that ensues is pretty dull, but the battle scenes are the loudest and most convincing in years: Gibson has learned from Kurosawa in lending a clarifying thrust to what is, essentially, chaos.
All this should give fans of David Cronenberg's previous pix their money's worth, although lack of any rooting interest vitiates any possible suspense and highly elegant visual style works against much shock value.
DVD, Rating: Not Rated, Color, A&E Home Video, 02/27/2007
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Finally, at an affordable price, the entire collection of the British television series, Danger Man, is available in 1 set. Before Bond and Connery came Drake and McGoohan. The producers of the James Bond movies wanted Patrick McGoohan to be James Bond, but he turned them down. The first 39 (half hour) episodes are tight and compact spy thrillers with Drake solving some international problem as an employee of NATO. There is no time to linger on slowly developing a story line or movement from scene to scene. It is get up and go from the start. The stories, mostly written by producer Ralph Smart, always take place in some fictional country, but real situations from the past with haunting similarities to the now are always present.\nThe hour long episodes, called Secret Agent Man in America, are more drawn out with character and details, and demonstrate many of the tools of a secret agent in doing his job. The gizmoes seem so old now, but were the state of the art in the sixties. A number of episodes are classic and timeless, with Drake at the heart of a James Bond similar situation. The American spy shows of the time are pale imitators of this original. Drake never used a gun and did not womanize. Yet there is plenty of action and adventure. Ultimately, people will want to know if McGoohan's John Drake was also McGoohan's \"The Prisoner\". Well, pick up this complete \"mega\" set of Secert Agent Man and decide for yourself. I rate this 5 of 5 stars as a fan, and 4 of 5 stars as a tv watcher.